The free perinatal/postpartum contraceptive services project for migrant women in Shanghai: effects on the incidence of unintended pregnancy.

@article{Huang2014TheFP,
  title={The free perinatal/postpartum contraceptive services project for migrant women in Shanghai: effects on the incidence of unintended pregnancy.},
  author={Yongmei Huang and Ruth B. Merkatz and Haoping Zhu and K. Roberts and R{\'e}gine L Sitruk-Ware and Linan Cheng},
  journal={Contraception},
  year={2014},
  volume={89 6},
  pages={521-7}
}
OBJECTIVE In 2006, the incidence of unintended pregnancy among rural-to-urban migrant women (RUMW) in Shanghai was reported as 12.8 per 100 women-years during the first year postpartum. Among permanent residents of Shanghai, that same rate was 3.8 per 100 women-years. An intervention study was designed to address the unmet need for family planning services among this underserved population of RUMW and reduce their high postpartum unintended pregnancy incidence. STUDY DESIGN We enrolled 840… CONTINUE READING