The challenges to decreasing the unmet need for family planning in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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The challenges to decreasing the unmet need for family planning in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The challenges to decreasing the unmet need for family planning in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The challenges to decreasing the unmet need for family planning in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

 

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Background of the problem

Methodology

Situation analysis and trends

Evidence of family planning methods

Recommendations to improve the situation

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Alharbi, M.M., Alharbi, M.S., Alnazzawi, A., Albasri, R., Al Towairqi, M., Shaikh, S., Alamri, W., Almohammadi, A., Aljohanie, D. and Abdallah, A., Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices towards Family Planning among Saudi Female Teachers in Al-Madinah Al-Munawarah City, Saudi Arabia.

Al Sheeha, Mounira. “Awareness and use of contraceptives among Saudi Women attending Primary Care.” International journal of health sciences 4.1 (2010).

Amiri, Mohammad, and Amir Kasaeian. “Study of family planning service providers’ knowledge about and attitude toward pregnancy prevention methods.” Knowledge & Health 4.1 (2009): 24-9.

Al-Turki, Haifa Abdulaziz. “Contraception: attitudes and experiences of Saudi Arabian women.” Health care for women international 32.2 (2011): 134-139.

Al-Shamrani, A., et al. “Oral contraceptive pill use among Saudi women.” HAMDAN MEDICAL JOURNAL 8.4 (2016)


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