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|Statement||Polly F. Harrison and Allan Rosenfield, editors ; Subcommittee for Workshop on Implant Contraceptives: An illuminating case study in current dilemmas and possibilities, Committee on Contraceptive Research and Development, Division of Health Sciences Policy, Institute of Medicine.|
|Contributions||Harrison, Polly F., Rosenfield, Allan., Institute of Medicine (U.S). Committee on Contraceptive Research and Development., Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Subcommittee for Workshop on Implant Contraceptives : an Illuminating Case Study in Current Dilemmas and Possibilities.|
|LC Classifications||RG133.A2 C67 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||98134174|
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Contraceptive Research, Introduction, and Use. Lessons from Norplant. Polly F. Harrison and Allan Rosenfield, Editors. Subcommittee for Workshop on Implant Contraceptives: An Illuminating Case Study in Current Dilemmas and Possibilities. Committee on Contraceptive Research and Development.
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Contraceptive Research Introduction And Use. Contraceptive Research, Introduction, and Use. Lessons from Norplant. Summary. Institute of Medicine (US) The views presented in this report are those of the Committee on Contraceptive Research and Development and are not necessarily those of the funding organization.
NOTICE: The project that is the subject of this report Contraceptive research approved by Cited by: 3. Contains an examination of Norplant's efficacy and safety, its user populations, training for insertion and removal, consumer perspectives - quality of care, informed decisionmaking, and consumer involvement - and approaches to contraceptive development and introduction.
This book's appendix Contraceptive research summaries of 17 workshop presentations. In latethe Institute of Medicine's (IOM) Committee on Contraceptive Research and Development completed a major study of the state of contraceptive science, the need for new contraceptives, and factors helping or hindering response to that need.
1 As part of its work, the committee reviewed case histories of experience with the development and introduction of new contraceptives.
The workshop and Contraceptive Research, Introduction, and Use: Lessons from Norplant were supported by a grant from the Henry Family Foundation. The references made in this section to “the committee” are to the Institute of Medicine's Committee on Contraceptive Research and Development and its full report on the state of the field (see Endnote 1).
Contraceptive Research, Introduction, and Use: Lessons from Norplant: Summary. Show details Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on Contraceptive Research and Development; Harrison PF, Rosenfield A, editors.
In April an Institute of Medicine workshop on implant contraceptives reviewed newly available data on Norplant's efficacy, safety, and use; identified lessons to be learned about the method's development, introduction, use, and market experience; and explored approaches to developing and introducing new contraceptives based on those lessons.
Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Presentation Summaries." Institute of Medicine. Contraceptive Research, Introduction, and Use: Lessons From Norplant.
Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / This presentation reported provisional final results from the International.
Introduction Deciding when to start using birth control and choosing a method that will work for you is an important decision. This booklet outlines different birth control methods and issues to consider when deciding to become sexually active.
The Birth Control Movement Outline I. Introduction a. History of The birth control movement i. During the Progressive Era, the birth control movement was an essential cause for many activist women to fight against the prevention of birth control methods.
CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g.
) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by the number of. Department of Reproductive Health and Research World Health Organization, Geneva AH ION In addition to the present work, which addresses various issues and aspects of contraception use in adolescence, reviews and discussion papers have also been carried out – and corresponding documents CONTRACEPTION /1 Introduction.
Contraception: The practice of utilizing methods intended to prevent or space future pregnancy. Contraceptive uptake: For this study will be reported picking or buying of contraceptives in the last one year.
Contraceptive method choice: Contraceptive method which a youth report using at the time of the collection of data. Also, knowing how to approach the topic soberly and maturely will assist you in drafting a thesis statement that will help your readers want to glide from the introduction.
Adolescence, defined in books, as the transition period that links childhood and adulthood (Davis et al. Erikson described it as a moratorium, a temporal and psychological gap between the security of childhood and the autonomy of adulthood (Santrock, ).
Adolescents are prone to peer. 1. Introduction. Poor knowledge about contraception has been documented in a variety of settings worldwide.This lack of knowledge has been identified as a possible determinant of failure to consistently and correctly use effective contraception and, subsequently, as a key cause of unintended pregnancy.Women themselves have recognized the importance of their lack of knowledge.
Contraceptive Research, Introduction, and Use: Lessons from Norplant, Summary (Paperback) Institute of Medicine (author). L ast year, Virago republished Mary McCarthy's novel The Group, with a new introduction by the author of Sex and the City, Candace Bushnell.
The Group is a. Within a few years, more than 10 percent of women using contraception had IUDs. Medical journalist Barbara Seaman’s book, “The Doctor’s Case Against the Pill,” lays out testimony and research showing that the high doses of estrogen in the early Pill put women at risk of blood clots, heart attacks, strokes, and cancer.side components to contraceptive use.
For example, even if adolescents want to use family planning methods and there are high-quality, youth-friendly methods available, if they do not have the confidence to walk into a clinic and ask for contraception, they will not be able to use it. Objectives 4 and 5 represent the “supply-side” components.technologies for reducing fertility - the contraceptive pill became available during the s along with the IUD and long acting hormonal methods.
InWHO established the Special Program of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction (HRP), whose mandate was focused on research into the development of new and.