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Women students of Pharm D in Kerala launch SAHELI to educate rural women on family planning

Aiming to put in the services of clinical pharmacists in educating women on the programme of Family Planning and evaluation of Reproductive Morbidity (FP&RM), a Scheme to give Awareness, Help and Empo...

Men’s involvement in family planning improves contraceptive use, study finds

Engaging men in family planning can substantially improve contraceptive practice and reduce sexual violence among married couples, a study published in PLoS One has found.1The study assessed a gender....

Do Teen LARC Users Get Message on Condom Use?

Family planning providers are seeing an increase in adolescent use of long-acting reversible contraceptive methods. Efforts to improve LARC access to adolescents seeking contraception at Title X ser...

2015 Staff Picks: Microscopy and Imaging

After looking at pictures of friends and family on holiday cards, head on over to check out some more pictures in the Microscopy and Imaging channel. These are just some of the wonderful articles that...

Neurons in crows' brains signal which pictures belong together

During learning, cells in the crow brain acquire discharge patterns that associate pictures with their meaning.

Family planning grows as births rise

Michael JohnsenBirth rates are on the rise, according to the latest report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That’s good news for sellers of family planning test kits — ...

Postpartum family planning services should be a top reproductive health priority

Approximately one-quarter of inter-birth intervals in low- and middle-income countries are less than 24 months in length, exposing infants to risks of prematurity, low birthweight, and death. Increase...

DKT International Releases 2015 Impact Data for Family Planning and HIV Prevention

Washington, D.C (PRWEB) May 25, 2016 DKT International, one of the largest private providers of family planning services and product...

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Family Planning Supply Environment in Kinshasa, DRC: Survey Findings and Their Value in Advancing Family Planning Programming.

Modern contraceptive prevalence was 14.1% in 2007 in Kinshasa, the capital city of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Yet virtually nothing was known about the family planning supply environm...

Estimating family planning coverage from contraceptive prevalence using national household surveys.

Contraception is one of the most important health interventions currently available and yet, many women and couples still do not have reliable access to modern contraceptives. The best indicator for m...

Meeting demand for family planning within a generation: prospects and implications at country level.

In order to track progress towards the target of universal access to sexual and reproductive health care services of the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a measure (demand for family pl...

How often are parents counseled about family planning during pediatric visits? Results of a nationally representative sample.

Maternal family planning plays an important role in child, maternal and family health; children's health care providers are in a unique position to counsel adult caregivers regarding contraception and...

California Family Planning Health Care Providers' Challenges to Same-Day Long-Acting Reversible Contraception Provision.

To assess the extent to which practices offering family planning services are able to offer intrauterine devices (IUDs) and implants in one visit and to identify the reasons why multiple visits may be...

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