Promoting Effective Contraceptive Use

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Springer Publishing Company, 1997 - Medical - 237 pages
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.

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The Social Context for Contraceptive Choice
Womens Experience
Promoting Contraceptive

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