Usage patterns and attitudes towards emergency contraception: the International Emergency Contraception Research Initiative

@article{Krassovics2016UsagePA,
  title={Usage patterns and attitudes towards emergency contraception: the International Emergency Contraception Research Initiative},
  author={Mikl{\'o}s Krassovics and Gabriella Vir{\'a}gh},
  journal={The European Journal of Contraception \& Reproductive Health Care},
  year={2016},
  volume={21},
  pages={310 - 317}
}
Abstract Objectives: The aim of the survey was to gain understanding of women’s usage patterns and attitudes towards emergency contraception (i.e., the ‘morning after pill’) and to gain insight into the role and attitudes of pharmacists as providers of emergency contraception. Methods: As part of the International Emergency Contraception Research Initiative, approximately 6500 women (15–49 years) and nearly 500 pharmacists from 14 countries in Western, Central and Eastern Europe, and Central… Expand
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