Promoting Effective Contraceptive Use
This book differs from other contraception manuals in that it describes contraceptive methods and usage in the context of women and men's complex lives -- considering personal needs, relationships, social norms, and culture. The purpose of the book is to help health care providers facilitate independence, informed choices, and appropriate contraceptive techniques to promote physiological and emotional wellbeing. Nurses, physicians, family planning counselors, and public health professionals will appreciate the sensitivity and depth of the authors' approach to the topic.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Social Context for Contraceptive Choice
13 other sections not shown
abortion Adolescent Health adolescent males African American American Journal assessment barrier methods beliefs breast-feeding Cates & Stone ceptive cervical cap cervical mucus childbearing clinic coitus interruptus condom contraceptive behavior contraceptive choice contraceptive decision contraceptive methods contraceptive perceptions Darney decrease diaphragm douching estrogen ethinyl estradiol factors failure rates Family Planning Perspectives female adolescents fertility awareness fertility management Forrest Hanna Hatcher health care providers hormonal contraceptives implants increased infection infertile influence insertion intrauterine device Jemmott Journal of Adolescent Journal of Obstetrics Lethbridge levels menopause menses menstrual cycle methods of contraception Mosher natural family planning nonoxynol-9 Norplant Nursing Obstetrics and Gynecology occur oral contraceptive ovulation partners perceived Pleck prevent pregnancy progestin relationship reported reproductive risk sexual activity sexual behavior sexual intercourse sexually transmitted diseases side effects Sonenstein sperm spermicide STDs Table Tanfer teenage tion tive traceptive Trussell U.S. Culture unwanted vaginal vasectomy woman