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Basic data on women who use family planning clinics

Bloom, Barbara

Basic data on women who use family planning clinics

United States, 1980

by Bloom, Barbara

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Office of Health Research, Statistics, and Technology, National Center for Health Statistics in Hyattsville, Md .
Written in English

  • United States,
  • Utilization
    • Subjects:
    • Birth control clinics -- Utilization -- United States -- Statistics,
    • Contraception -- United States -- Statistics,
    • Women -- United States -- Economic conditions -- Statistics,
    • Women -- United States -- Social conditions -- Statistics,
    • Family planning -- United States -- Statistics,
    • Community health services -- Utilization -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statement[by Barbara Bloom].
      SeriesVital & health statistics., no. 67, DHHS publication ;, no. (PHS) 82-1729
      ContributionsNational Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)
      LC ClassificationsRA407.3 .A349 no. 67, HQ766.5.U5 .A349 no. 67
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 46 p. ;
      Number of Pages46
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3488576M
      ISBN 100840602634
      LC Control Number82008253

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Basic data on women who use family planning clinics by Bloom, Barbara Download PDF EPUB FB2

Basic Data On Women Who Use Family Planning Clinics: United States, This report presents data on women who used organized family planning clinics in the United States during The data focus on the socioeconomic characteristics, pregnancy history, and contraceptive methods of women patients.

Get this from a library. Basic data on women who use family planning clinics: United States, [Barbara Bloom; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)]. Get this from a library. Basic data on women who use family planning clinics: United States, [Barbara Bloom; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.),].

Family planning services are defined as "educational, comprehensive medical or social activities which enable individuals, including minors, to determine freely the number and spacing of their children and to select the means by which this may be achieved".

Family planning may involve consideration of the number of children a woman wishes to have, including the choice to have no children, as. Family planning and related preventive health services.

Family planning services (provide services in accordance with the appropriate clinical recommendation) Screening components Contraceptive services.

Pregnancy testing and counseling Basic infertility services Preconception health services STD services. Related preventive health File Size: 95KB.

Goal. Improve pregnancy planning and spacing, and prevent unintended pregnancy. Overview. Family planning is one of the 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century.1 The availability of family planning services allows individuals to achieve desired birth spacing and family size, and contributes to improved health outcomes for infants, children, women, and families.1, 2, 3.

Basic Data on Visits to Family Planning Services Sites: United States, This report presents National estimates of medical family planning visits by women to organized family planning service sites in Family planning visits are categorized by visit status, social and demographic characteristics, and the utilization of medical.

This objective differs from Healthy People objective in that the Healthy People objective focused on family planning agencies which this objective focuses on family planning clinics. A family planning agency may oversee a number of clinics, but the clinic is where services are provided to clients.

Family planning plays a key role in the prevention of unintended pregnancy, including teen pregnancy. Preventing unintended pregnancy also reduces the incidence of abortion and improves birth outcomes.

In addition, family planning information, education, and services reduce both the incidence and impact of sexually transmitted diseases through. Author(s): Bloom,Barbara,; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.) Title(s): Basic data on women who use family planning clinics, United States, Access to safe, voluntary family planning is a human right.

Family planning is central to gender equality and women’s empowerment, and it is a key factor in reducing poverty.

Yet in developing regions, an estimated million women who want to avoid pregnancy are not using safe and effective family planning methods, for reasons ranging from lack of access to information or services to lack.

A family planning clinic is a health facility that provides contraception and other gynecological services.

It is promoted as a means of helping people prevent pregnancy through birth control or other methods until they choose to start families. Many clinics are federally or privately funded in order to provide low income people with preventative health services, such as screenings for breast.

Introduction. Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) has the lowest family planning (FP) use in the developing world. Approximately 30% of women in SSA have an unmet need for FP [1,2], which is even higher among women living with HIV [3–5].Women's acceptance of modern contraception is often limited by misbeliefs about side effects, fear of impact on future fertility, partner opposition, lack of Cited by: 6.

Order this publication. Facts for Family Planning presents a comprehensive collection of key information and messages that anyone can use who communicates to others about family planning.

Although a variety of individuals and groups can use Facts for Family Planning, it is primarily designed for those who communicate with men and women who are seeking information about family planning and help.

If you weigh more than 70kg, the ECP is less effective and a copper IUD is recommended. If you weigh more than 70kg and you choose to take ECP, you should ask if taking a double dose is the right option for you.

The copper IUD can be inserted up to five days after unprotected sex, and is more than 99% effective at preventing pregnancy.

In America, although the birth control movement did not take hold until the 20th century, the s were an important time for family planning. Ina white American woman bore an average of children. Bythat number wasand byit had plummeted to Clearly, Americans had to have been practicing family planning.

A Government inquiry (the McMillan Inquiry) in found that at least one pregnancy in five ended in abortion, and that the majority of women dying from illegal abortions were married with four or more children. We began to promote the benefits of contraception.

In we changed our name to the New Zealand Family Planning Association. Mahmoud F. Fathalla, Mohamed M.F. Fathalla, in International Encyclopedia of Public Health (Second Edition), Family Planning.

Family planning is a basic component of the sexual and reproductive health package. Fertility by choice, not by chance, is a basic requirement for women's health. Inthere were million women of reproductive age—girls and women between the ages of 13 and Of that number, million women were in.

Family planning, by definition, is deciding the number and spacing of your children; through the use of contraception: such as abstinence, natural planning, or hormonal birth control.

It is the mission as a Title X agency to reduce abortion rates in the state of Nebraska through the provision of safe, effective contraception methods and client.

Catholic natural family planning is a highly effective means to avoid or achieve pregnancy. Is morally acceptable to all major religions including the Catholic Church.

Increases the strength of & intimacy within marriage. All that, and it’s simple and very low cost. Catholic natural family planning is more commonly called just “natural. One in women will become pregnant in their lifetime after being sterilised.

Male sterilisation or vasectomy: about 1 in 2, men can become fertile again in their lifetime after a vasectomy. Natural family planning. Natural family planning can be up to 99% effective, but the methods need to be followed precisely.

These include monitoring. Background. Publicly funded family planning clinics provide contraceptive care to millions of poor and low-income women every year. To inform the design of services that will best meet the contraceptive and reproductive health needs of women, we conducted a targeted survey of family planning clinic clients, asking women about services received in the past year and about their reasons for.

To the Editor: Re “The New Era of Abstinence” (editorial, May 6): To withhold accurate and science-based family planning from women and girls is denying a basic human right: health care. Average contraceptive prevalence rate in the Nkwanta district of Ghana was estimated to be % relative to the national average at the time, of 19%.

While several efforts had been made to improve family planning in the country, the district still had very low use of modern family planning methods. This study sought to determine the factors that influenced modern family planning use in Cited by: Women’s Health / Family Planning The Alamance County Health Department offers birth control services and health education about birth control and reproductive health.

Pregnancy testing, physical exams, pap tests, and sexually transmitted disease counseling and testing are also available.

Healthy Pregnancy. Planning for a Healthy Pregnancy. Family planning isn’t just about birth control and preventing pregnancy. Family planning clinics help women and men protect their health, decide if or when they want children (or more children), and plan for a healthy pregnancy when they are ready.

The Women’s Health-Family Planning and Reproductive Health Program (WH-FP/RH) is part of the larger field of family planning services, maternal and child health, and women’s health care. The United Nations Family Planning Program describes voluntary family planning as a basic human right.

The. 03/11/ Spanish translation / La traducción al español. Spanish translation now available for download. Family Planning: A Handbook for Providers is now available in ped collaboratively for clinic-based healthcare providers in developing countries, the Global Handbook offers the latest guidance on providing contraceptive methods.

Reproductive Health and Family Planning. The family planning program constitutes primary care for many of the clients served. A complete health history is taken on each client followed by a physical assessment, including Pap smear, urinalysis, screening for anemia, hypertension, and abnormal conditions of the breast and cervix as indicated.

The Importance of Low Income Clinics in Family Planning. Family planning remains the most significant aspect of marital relations. Moreover, proper family planning plays a notable role in preventing unwanted pregnancies and for maintaining good sexual life among partners.

All data was %-verified at data entry (i.e., double entered) and the data entry program contained checks on valid ranges and skip patterns. Upon receipt of the IFLS data at RAND, the ISSA ASCII files were converted into SAS® files for use in the data cleaning process and the preparation of a public use file version of the data.

Family Planning Waiver Codes - Plan First. Choose One Jan PDF Oct PDF Jan PDF Jan PDF Jul PDF Jan PDF Coronavirus Disease   Family planning is a hard sell in Pakistan. By Karin Brulliard women themselves are often the least able to decide, and the people who can —.

In the past two decades, Melinda Gates has worked on some of the greatest challenges in global health, including making vaccinations and family planning more widely accessible. In her new book. The IUD is a small plastic or copper device placed inside the woman's uterus by her provider.

Some IUDs release small amounts of progestin. IUDs may be left in place for 5 to 10 years, depending on the device used. IUDs can be placed at almost any time. IUDs are safe and work well.

Fewer than 1 out of women per year will get pregnant using. The Division of Family Planning Services and Research at Stanford University offers comprehensive, compassionate reproductive care for women of all backgrounds.

Stanford faculty and staff provide individual care to women in a safe, respectful, supportive and friendly environment. Clinical and epidemiologic factors associated with Chlamydia trachomatis infection were examined in women attending two family planning clinics in order to develop criteria for selective dia trachomatis was isolated from the cervix of 98 (%) of 1, women.

Five demographic, behavioral, and clinical characteristics were independently predictive of chlamydial Cited by:   Family PACT Family PACT (Planning, Access, Care, Treatment) works with a multitude of doctors and clinics all over California to provide free family planning services, including birth control, to men and women, including teens.

Once enrolled in the program, you can go to any number of Family PACT providers in your area to receive services.

Since Family Planning: A Global Handbook for Providers was first published inthe World Health Organization has issued new or revised guidance on specific aspects of contraceptive choice and use.

There have been a number of other important developments, too. The Women’s Health and Family Planning Clinics, funded by the HSE are held in the evenings by appointment only between pm and pm. Please contact the Centre on to make an appointment. The clinics provide information, advice and supply all types of contraception.Perrucci's book is a significant contribution to counseling and raises our understanding of the special care we can offer women in the throes of a pregnancy decision.

Her method empowers the people doing this work everyday to use basic skills to help women clarify what is best for their by: Barriers to Family Planning Service use among the Urban Poor in Pakistan Abstract This paper examines the determinants of family planning service use and the barriers in accessing family planning services among urban poor women in Pakistan.

Data were collected from a household survey of married women of reproductive age ()File Size: KB.