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Factors influencing the choice to use modern natural family planning.
Mikolajczyk RT, Stanford JB, Rauchfuss M. Mikolajczyk RT, et al. Contraception. 2003 Apr;67(4):253-8. doi: 10.1016/s0010-7824(02)00490-0. Contraception. 2003. PMID: 12684143
A discrepancy exists between the interest in modern methods of natural family planning (NFP) and their actual use in developed countries. ...Desire for future pregnancies, importance of religious belief and location in Cracow were independently …
A discrepancy exists between the interest in modern methods of natural family planning (NFP) and their ac …
Proceedings of the 8th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation : Washington, DC, USA. 14-15 December 2015.
Chambers D, Simpson L, Hill-Briggs F, Neta G, Vinson C, Chambers D, Beidas R, Marcus S, Aarons G, Hoagwood K, Schoenwald S, Evans A, Hurford M, Rubin R, Hadley T, Barg F, Walsh L, Adams D, Mandell D, Martin L, Mignogna J, Mott J, Hundt N, Kauth M, Kunik M, Naik A, Cully J, McGuire A, White D, Bartholomew T, McGrew J, Luther L, Rollins A, Salyers M, Cooper B, Funaiole A, Richards J, Lee A, Lapham G, Caldeiro R, Lozano P, Gildred T, Achtmeyer C, Ludman E, Addis M, Marx L, Bradley K, VanDeinse T, Wilson AB, Stacey B, Powell B, Bunger A, Cuddeback G, Barnett M, Stadnick N, Brookman-Frazee L, Lau A, Dorsey S, Pullmann M, Mitchell S, Schwartz R, Kirk A, Dusek K, Oros M, Hosler C, Gryczynski J, Barbosa C, Dunlap L, Lounsbury D, O’Grady K, Brown B, Damschroder L, Waltz T, Powell B, Ritchie M, Waltz T, Atkins D, Imel ZE, Xiao B, Can D, Georgiou P, Narayanan S, Berkel C, Gallo C, Sandler I, Brown CH, Wolchik S, Mauricio AM, Gallo C, Brown CH, Mehrotra S, Chandurkar D, Bora S, Das A, Tripathi A, Saggurti N, Raj A, Hughes E, Jacobs B, Kirkendall E, Loeb D, Trinkley K, Yang M, Sprowell A, Nease D, Lyon A, Lewis C, Boyd M, Melvin A, Nicodimos S, Liu F, Jungbluth N, Lyon A, Lewis C, Boyd M, Melvin A, Nicodimos S, Liu F, Jungbluth N, Flynn A, Landis-Lewis Z, Sales A, Baloh J, Ward M, Zhu X, Bennett I, Unutzer J, Mao J, Proctor E, Vredevoogd M, Chan YF, Williams N, Green P, Bernstein S, Rosner JM, DeWitt M, Tetrault J, Dziura J, Hsiao A, Sussman S, O’Connor P, Toll B, Jones M, Gassaway J, Tobin J, Zatzick D, Bradbury AR, Patrick-Miller L, Egleston B, Olopade OI, Hall MJ, Daly MB, Fleisher L, Grana G, Ganschow P, Fetzer D, Brandt A, Farengo-Clark D, Forman A, Gaber RS, Gulden C, Horte J, Long J, Chambers RL, Lucas T, Madaan S, Mattie K, McKenna D, Montgomery S, Nielsen S, Powers J, Rainey K, Rybak C, Savage M, Seelaus C, Stoll J, Stopfer J, Yao S, Domchek S, Hahn E, Munoz-Plaza C, Wang J, Delgadillo JG, Mittman B, Gould M, Liang S, Kegler MC, Cotter M, Phillips E, Hermstad A, Morton R, Beasley D, Martinez J, Riehman K, Gustafson D, Marsch L, Mares L, Quanbeck A, McTavish F, McDowell H, Brown R, Thomas C, Glass J, Isham J, Shah D, Liebschutz J, Lasser K, Watkins K, Ober A, Hunter S, Lamp K, Ewing B, Iwelunmor J, Gyamfi J, Blackstone S, Quakyi NK, Plange-Rhule J, Ogedegbe G, Kumar P, Van Devanter N, Nguyen N, Nguyen L, Nguyen T, Phuong N, Shelley D, Rudge S, Langlois E, Tricco A, Ball S, Lambert-Kerzner A, Sulc C, Simmons C, Shell-Boyd J, Oestreich T, O’Connor A, Neely E, McCreight M, Labebue A, DiFiore D, Brostow D, Ho PM, Aron D, Harvey J, McHugh M, Scanlon D, Lee R, Soltero E, Parker N, McNeill L, Ledoux T, McIsaac JL, MacLeod K, Ata N, Jarvis S, Kirk S, Purtle J, Dodson E, Brownson R, Mittman B, Curran G, Curran G, Pyne J, Aarons G, Ehrhart M, Torres E, Miech E, Miech E, Stevens K; I.S.R.N. Steering Council, Hamilton A, Cohen D, Padgett D, Morshed A, Patel R, Prusaczyk B, Aron DC, Gupta D, Ball S, Hand R, Abram J, Wolfram T, Hastings M, Moreland-Russell S, Tabak R, Ramsey A, Baumann A, Kryzer E, Montgomery K, Lewis E, Padek M, Powell B, Brownson R, Mamaril CB, Mays G, Branham K, Timsina L, Mays G, Hogg R, Fagan A, Shapiro V, Brown E, Haggerty K, Hawkins D, Oesterle S, Hawkins D, Catalano R, McKay V, Dolcini MM, Hoffer L, Moin T, Li J, Duru OK, Ettner S, Turk N, Chan C, Keckhafer A, Luchs R, Ho S, Mangione C, Selby P, Zawertailo L, Minian N, Balliunas D, Dragonetti R, Hussain S, Lecce J, Chinman M, Acosta J, Ebener P, Malone PS, Slaughter M, Freedman D, Flocke S, Lee E, Matlack K, Trapl E, Ohri-Vachaspati P, Taggart M, Borawski E, Parrish A, Harris J, Kohn M, Hammerback K, McMillan B, Hannon P, Swindle T, Curran G, Whiteside-Mansell L, Ward W, Holt C, Santos SL, Tagai E, Scheirer MA, Carter R, Bowie J, Haider M, Slade J, Wang MQ, Masica A, Ogola G, Berryman C, Richter K, Shelton R, Jandorf L, Erwin D, Truong K, Javier JR, Coffey D, Schrager SM, Palinkas L, Miranda J, Johnson V, Hutcherson V, Ellis R, Kharmats A, Marshall-King S, LaPradd M, Fonseca-Becker F, Kepka D, Bodson J, Warner E, Fowler B, Shenkman E, Hogan W, Odedina F, De Leon J, Hooper M, Carrasquillo O, Reams R, Hurt M, Smith S, Szapocznik J, Nelson D, Mandal P, Teufel J. Chambers D, et al. Implement Sci. 2016 Aug 1;11 Suppl 2(Suppl 2):100. doi: 10.1186/s13012-016-0452-0. Implement Sci. 2016. PMID: 27490260 Free PMC article.
The choice of rapid reviews or systematic reviews to inform decision-making Andrea Tricco S40 Evaluation of the veterans choice program using lean six sigma at a VA medical center to identify benefits and overcome obstacles Sherry Ball, Anne Lambert-Kerzner, Christi …
The choice of rapid reviews or systematic reviews to inform decision-making Andrea Tricco S40 Evaluation of the veterans choice
Interest in natural family planning among female family practice patients.
Stanford JB, Lemaire JC, Fox A. Stanford JB, et al. Fam Pract Res J. 1994 Sep;14(3):237-49. Fam Pract Res J. 1994. PMID: 7976475
OBJECTIVE: Although modern methods of natural family planning (NFP) are effective both to avoid and to achieve pregnancy, relatively few women use these methods. ...Women who were most interested in NFP were those of the nondenominational …
OBJECTIVE: Although modern methods of natural family planning (NFP) are effective both to avoid and to ac …
Barriers to modern contraceptive use in rural Peru.
Tucker GM. Tucker GM. Stud Fam Plann. 1986 Nov-Dec;17(6 Pt 1):308-16. Stud Fam Plann. 1986. PMID: 3798494
In this study population, modern contraception is a novelty that has reached only a few families. The majority of the couples practice natural and traditional family planning methods, which are not reliable. ...Only 12 couples reported not using …
In this study population, modern contraception is a novelty that has reached only a few families. The majority of the couples practic …
The decline of fertility in Malta: the role of family planning.
Milne RG, Wright RE. Milne RG, et al. Eur J Popul. 1997 Jun;13(2):147-67. doi: 10.1023/a:1005898318935. Eur J Popul. 1997. PMID: 12158979
This study examines the nature and extent of contraceptive use in Malta and determines what factors affected the shift from traditional to modern methods. ...During 1971-93, choice of contraceptive method changed from traditional methods to oral …
This study examines the nature and extent of contraceptive use in Malta and determines what factors affected the shift from tradition …
No choice. Human beings must continue to be fertile and to increase, but they must do so responsibly.
Tagle Ra Jr. Tagle Ra Jr. Integration. 1993 Jun;(36):26-7. Integration. 1993. PMID: 12286479
Mankind's tinkering with nature produced science and technology, which eliminated the natural balance of mortality. The consequence was a doubling of population in 47 years between 1930 to 1977 to 4 billion people. ...Human beings possess the intelligence to preserv …
Mankind's tinkering with nature produced science and technology, which eliminated the natural balance of mortality. The conseq …
The educator's point of view.
Dengo De Vargas ME. Dengo De Vargas ME. Int Rev Educ. 1993 Mar;39(1-2):19-24. doi: 10.1007/BF01102438. Int Rev Educ. 1993. PMID: 12286399
Education is considered as an important means of promoting social change, and within this context how population issues can be integrated into development planning and educational practices is discussed. ...Nations have human, natural, and economic res …
Education is considered as an important means of promoting social change, and within this context how population issues can be …
Perspectives of physicians in Sri Lanka on periodic abstinence.
Perera HW, Steiner M, Kennedy KI, Snowden R. Perera HW, et al. Ceylon Med J. 1989 Jun;34(2):87-94. Ceylon Med J. 1989. PMID: 2620372
Since physicians strongly influence both national family planning policy and individuals' contraceptive choice, a survey was conducted to learn about the perspectives of Sri Lankan physicians (n-100) regarding periodic abstinence methods of f
Since physicians strongly influence both national family planning policy and individuals' contraceptive choice, …
[Attitudes towards contraception and some reasons for discontinuation].
Lodewijckx E. Lodewijckx E. Contracept Fertil Sex (Paris). 1987 Nov;15(11):1025-30. Contracept Fertil Sex (Paris). 1987. PMID: 12341566 French.
The survey was part of a larger longitudinal study of changes in family formation in Belgium. Traditional and modern contraceptive methods were perceived very differently. ...As in other countries, users of modern methods seem to be more satisfi …
The survey was part of a larger longitudinal study of changes in family formation in Belgium. Traditional and modern contracep …
Population growth and economic and social development.
Clausen AW. Clausen AW. J Econ Educ. 1985 Summer;16(3):165-76. J Econ Educ. 1985. PMID: 12280490
When family planning services have been widespread and affordable, fertility has decline faster than social and economic progress alone would predict. There is a need for immediate action to improve women's status and to make education, family
When family planning services have been widespread and affordable, fertility has decline faster than social and economi …
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