5 edition of Trends in contraceptive practice, United States found in the catalog.
Trends in contraceptive practice, United States
William D. Mosher
by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, National Center for Health Statistics in Hyattsville, Md
Written in English
|Statement||William D. Mosher & Charles F. Westoff.|
|Series||DHHS publication ;, 82-1986, Data from the national survey of family growth. Series 23 ;, no. 10, Vital and health statistics., no. 10.|
|Contributions||Westoff, Charles F.|
|LC Classifications||HQ766.5.U5 M68|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||81607133|
Printed in the United States of America. Printed on recycled paper. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data EngenderHealth (Firm) Contraceptive sterilization: global issues and trends / by EngenderHealth p. ; cm. Expand version of: Voluntary sterilization / John A. Ross, Sawon Hong, Douglas H. Huber. c In , there were more than 3 million unintended pregnancies in the United States. Slightly fewer than half of these unintended pregnancies occurred among women who reported using reversible contraception, and slightly more than half among women who reported not using contraception despite no apparent intent to become pregnant (Harlap et al., ).
Kavanaugh ML and Jerman J, Contraceptive method use in the United States: trends and characteristics between and , Contraception, , 97(1)–21, doi:ception Download Fact Sheet. Approved for use in the United States in , it was made available over-the-counter for women 18 years or older in Ulipristal acetate, a progesterone agonist/antagonist sold under the tradename ella, was approved as an emergency contraceptive in ; it .
Contraception is widely used in the United States, and nurses in all settings may encounter patients who are using or want to use contraceptives. Nurses may be called on to anticipate how family planning intersects with other health care services and provide patients with information based on the most current evidence. This article describes key characteristics of nonpermanent contraceptive. World Contraceptive data. update This report of the United Nations Population Division presents a concise, descriptive analysis of levels and trends in key family planning indicators from Model-based Estimates and Projections of Family Planning Indicators and the data set World Contraceptive Use , representing countries or areas.; MDG database The MDG database includes.
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Trends in Contraceptive Practice by William D, Mosher, Ph.D., Division of Vital Statistics, National Center for Health Statistics, and Charles F. Westoff, Ph.D., Office of Population Research, Princeton University Introduction The National Survey of Family Growth, a peri-odic survey conducted by the National Center for.
Get this from a library. Trends in contraceptive practice, United States, [William D Mosher; Charles F Westoff]. Get this from a library. Trends in contraceptive practice: United States, [William D Mosher; Charles F Westoff; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.),; National Survey of Family Growth (U.S.)].
The main body of the text describes trends in use of the pill, intrauterine device, sterilization, and other methods, according to age, race, number of years since first marriage, parity (number of children ever born) and intent to have more children, religion, and education.
Within each section, trends and differentials are by: 4. Vital Health Stat Feb;(10) Trends in contraceptive practice: United States, Mosher WD, Westoff CF.
PMID: Cited by: 1. Introduction. Surveillance of contraceptive method use in the United States is important for several reasons. First, the rate of unintended pregnancy declined 18% between andfrom 54 per women aged 15–44 to 45 per Available evidence suggests that more effective contraceptive use over time — more consistent and correct use of methods, increased proportions of users Cited by: Trends in Contraceptive Use Worldwide (ST/ESA/SER.A/).
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BEASLEY, JOSEPH D. (with Frankowski, R. F.)-Utilization of a Family Plan- ning Program by the Poor Population of a Metropolitan Area: No.
2, Part 2. /content/igo/unp. Advanced Search. FR JA. Contraceptive prevalence and the unmet need for family planning are key indicators for measuring improvements in access to reproductive health.
The data set, World Contraceptive Useincludes. Tanfer, L.A. Cubbins, K.L. BrewsterDeterminants of contraceptive choice among single women in the United States Family Planning Perspectives, 24 (), pp.
Google ScholarCited by: 4. United States Agency for International Development The edition of the Handbook includes new WHO recommendations that expand contraceptive choices. For example, WHO now recommends that contraception and HIV and advice for counselling clients at risk of HIV infection on their contraceptive choices.
Contraceptive method use in the United States: Trends and characteristics betweenand Article (PDF Available) in Contraception 97(1) October with Reads. Contraceptive practice in is then compared with data forand an analysis is supplied of trends since in the attitudes of Roman Catholics.
Originally published in Abstract. Even though effective contraception has been widely available and used in the U.S. since the s, access to affordable contraception became a political issue in the early s and culminated in the adoption of the federal contraceptive insurance mandate in Author: Marta Podemska-Mikluch.
Trends In Contraceptive Use Worldwide by United Nations (Cor) Comprehensive and timely estimates on global trends in family planning are critical for assessing current and future contraceptive demand and setting policy priorities to ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health and the realization of reproductive rights.
Trends in the content and use of oral contraceptives in the United States, B B Gerstman, T P Gross, D L Kennedy, R C Bennett, D K Tomita, and B V Stadel. Office of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Food and Drug Administration, Rockville, MD Author information Copyright and License by: In terms of overall trends in contraceptive use between andthere was no significant change in the proportion of women who used a method, among either all women (60%) or those at risk of unintended pregnancy (90%).
Significant changes in use occurred among six methods. Select up to three search categories and corresponding keywords using the fields to the right. Refer to the Help section for more detailed section for more detailed by: 8.
Trends in contraceptive use in the United States: Fam Plann Perspect. ; 30(1), 46 (ISSN: ) Piccinino LJ; Mosher WD. CONTEXT: Trends in contraceptive use have implications for shifts in pregnancy rates and birthrates and can inform clinical practice of changes in needs for contraceptive methods and services.
The activity will describe the current trends in teen pregnancy, discuss the types of contraception that are safe for teens, describe the US Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use, (US MEC) and US Selected Practice Recommendations for Contraceptive Use, (US SPR) guidance, and show how to apply the guidance in clinical.
In the United States, contraceptives are widely available and use is commonplace. Inrevenue from over-the-counter female contraceptives alone, reached almost million dollars.
As .The United States has exercised leadership and made significant technological advances in numerous health- and development-related areas, but in recent years the field of contraceptive development Cited by: