Family planning in health services: report of a WHO Expert Committee
World Health Organization, 1971 - Medical - 65 pages
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abortion acceptance acceptors areas aspects of family assessment attitudes auxiliaries birth control birth rates central level childbearing clinics co-ordination components considered contraceptive cost analysis countries demographic education and training example Expert Committee facilities factors family planning activities family planning practice family planning programme family planning services Food Additives functions goals gramme health activities health education health infrastructure health personnel health programmes health status health workers human rights implementation implications important incentives individuals infertility inputs integration involved Joint FAO/WHO Expert manpower measure methods of birth midwives morbidity mortality national family planning nurses objectives organization outputs P.O. Box peripheral planned parenthood PLANNING IN HEALTH population control pregnancy priorities problems public health services reproductive require responsibilities role Scientific Group single-purpose situations social specific staff stage targets tion tubal occlusion utilization various vasectomy women World Health WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION