Urban minority women's perceptions of and preferences for postpartum contraceptive counseling.

@article{Yee2011UrbanMW,
  title={Urban minority women's perceptions of and preferences for postpartum contraceptive counseling.},
  author={Lynn M Yee and Melissa Simon},
  journal={Journal of midwifery & women's health},
  year={2011},
  volume={56 1},
  pages={54-60}
}
INTRODUCTION Focused antenatal contraceptive counseling about postpartum contraception may reduce the risk of contraceptive nonuse and misuse, although the optimal timing, content, and communication style of such counseling remain controversial. This study used an in-depth, qualitative approach in a population of young, postpartum, urban, minority group women in order to examine women's perspectives toward the optimal provision of comprehensive contraceptive counseling. METHODS Brief surveys… CONTINUE READING