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Publication Compendium of Indicators for Evaluating Reproductive Health Programs
Bertrand J, Escudero G (2002)
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Publication Indicators for Reproductive Health Program Evaluation
Tsui B (1995)
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Publication Octet Stream Indicators for Reproductive Health Program Evaluation: Final Report of the Subcommittee on Safe Pregnancy
Koblinsky M, McLaurin K, Russell-Brown P, Gorbach P (1995)
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Publication chemical/x-molconn-Z Indicators for Reproductive Health Program Evaluation: Final Report of the Subcommittee on STD/HIV
Dallabetta G, Hassig S (1995)
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Publication C source code Indicators for Reproductive Health Program Evaluation: Final Report of the Subcommittee on Women
Galloway R, Cohn A (1995)
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Publication D source code Indicators for Reproductive Health Program Evaluation: Final Report of the Subcommittee on Breastfeeding
O'Gara C, Newsome MH, Viadro C (1995)
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Publication Indicators for Reproductive Health Program Evaluation: Final Report of the Subcommittee on Adolescent Reproductive Health Services
Stewart L, Eckert E (1995)
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Publication Evaluating Family Planning Programs with Adaptations for Reproductive Health
Bertrand, Magnani, Rutenberg (1996)
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Inconsistent fertility motivations and contraceptive use behaviors among women in Honduras
This study examines these inconsistencies among urban Honduran women interviewed at two points in time and presents reasons for inconsistent fertility motivations and contraceptive behaviors at follow-up.
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Indonesian Couples’ Pregnancy Ambivalence and Contraceptive Use
Most studies on pregnancy ambivalence are based on data from women and depend on the women’s perceptions to measure their partner’s pregnancy intentions.Because these perceptions may not be accurate,data collected directly from men are needed to understand the role of couple dynamics in fertility behavior.
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