Primary care patients' preferences for reproductive health service needs assessment and service availability in New York Federally Qualified Health Centers.

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Summary of "Primary care patients' preferences for reproductive health service needs assessment and service availability in New York Federally Qualified Health Centers."

Expanding reproductive health services in primary care could increase access to preconception and contraceptive services. We assessed patients' preferences around wording, frequency and staffing for reproductive health service needs assessment and availability of a range of reproductive health services in primary care.


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Name: Contraception
ISSN: 1879-0518


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