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Family Planning

Family Planning Author
ISBN-10 9780978856304
Release 2007
Pages 372
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"United States Agency for International Development, Bureau for Global Health, Office of Population and Reproductive Health."



Family Planning

Family Planning Author Elizabeth Letts
ISBN-10 0451217594
Release 2006
Pages 283
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Charlotte Hopper finds her carefully constructed life as a nurse practitioner at El Centro, a non-profit women's health center in rural Pennsylvania, falling apart when an old college friend moves in next door, threatening to reveal a devastating and tragic secret from the past that could destroy everything. By the author of Quality of Care. Original.



Natural Family Planning

Natural Family Planning Author Jay Boyd, Ph.d.
ISBN-10 1482570394
Release 2013-02-27
Pages 266
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What's wrong with Natural Family Planning? Taking a Catholic perspective on the subject, Dr. Jay Boyd explains that the use of NFP to avoid pregnancy is often promoted as “God's family planning”. But is using NFP to prevent pregnancy really trusting God? If we take control of spacing births, how can be sure this is “God's plan”, and that the children came “in God's time”? And most people fail to “read the fine print” that says that NFP is to be used only when a couple has serious reasons for avoiding pregnancy.The reason many people think of NFP as “Catholic birth control” is because that's how it is used by many well-meaning couples. Claiming that a couple using NFP is “open to life” while they abstain from sex during the woman's fertile period in order to intentionally avoid pregnancy – well…that's a contradiction in terms. It can easily be argued that using NFP to avoid pregnancy is an expression of a lack of trust in God's will and provision. It's an active effort on the part of the couple to second-guess God's timing for the family's new members.Dr. Boyd takes a close, objective look at NFP from the standpoint of the teaching of the Catholic Church. She examines the basic problems with NFP, along with its philosophical underpinnings; and she delves into the important concepts of marital chastity and trust in Divine Providence.



Innovations in Family Planning

Innovations in Family Planning Author Jay Satia
ISBN-10 9789351503637
Release 2015-11-12
Pages 292
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A compendium of successful case studies of FAMILY PLANNING implementation in India This is the first book on innovations in family planning service delivery in the country which is of particular contemporary relevance, both nationally and globally.It features innovative case studies of family planning from India which have demonstrated impact and are sustainable and scalable. These cases contribute to the approaches of problem solving, enhancing quality family planning care at the grass-roots level and influence future directions of the programme. The book facilitates advocacy, strengthening programme design and enhancing competency as well as orienting the healthcare system to support these efforts. This is an important book for programme planners, policy makers and researchers.



A History of Family Planning in Twentieth Century Peru

A History of Family Planning in Twentieth Century Peru Author Raúl Necochea López
ISBN-10 9781469618098
Release 2014-10-15
Pages 248
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Adding to the burgeoning study of medicine and science in Latin America, this important book offers a comprehensive historical perspective on the highly contentious issues of sexual and reproductive health in an important Andean nation. Raul Necochea Lopez approaches family planning as a historical phenomenon layered with medical, social, economic, and moral implications. At stake in this complex mix were new notions of individual autonomy, the future of gender relations, and national prosperity. The implementation of Peru's first family planning programs led to a rapid professionalization of fertility control. Complicating the evolution of associated medical services were the conflicting agendas of ordinary citizens, power brokers from governmental and military sectors, clergy, and international health groups. While family planning promised a greater degree of control over individuals' intimate lives, as well as opportunities for economic improvement through the effective management of birth rates, the success of attempts to regulate fertility was far from assured. Today, Necochea Lopez observes, although the quality of family planning resources in Peru has improved, services remain far from equitably available.



Honoring Our Cycles

Honoring Our Cycles Author Katie Singer
ISBN-10 096708976X
Release 2006
Pages 77
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In clear, everyday language, Honoring Our Cycles describes what happens during a menstrual cycle and how a baby is conceived. It explains how to chart the body's fertility signs to know which days are best for becoming pregnant or avoiding becoming pregnant, without the use of hormonal drugs. Includes dietary advice for successful conception and healthy babies and families."If you think natural family planning is complicated, read this book--and be surprised and delighted!" Mothering Magazine



Family Planning

Family Planning Author Karan Mahajan
ISBN-10 9780061980220
Release 2009-10-06
Pages 288
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Author of The Association of Small Bombs, longlisted for the National Book Award Rakesh Ahuja, a Government Minister in New Delhi, is beset by problems: thirteen children and another on the way; a wife who mourns the loss of her favorite TV star; and a teenaged son with somereally strong opinions about family planning. To make matters worse, looming over this comical farrago are secrets—both personal and political—that threaten to push the Ahuja household into disastrous turmoil. Following father and son as they blunder their way across the troubled landscape of New Delhi, Karan Mahajan brilliantly captures the frenetic pace of India's capital city to create a searing portrait of modern family life.



A Review of the HHS Family Planning Program

A Review of the HHS Family Planning Program Author Institute of Medicine
ISBN-10 0309143764
Release 2009-08-07
Pages 486
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A Review of the HHS Family Planning Program provides a broad evaluation of the Title X family planning program since its establishment in 1970. The program successfully provides family planning services to its target audience of low-income individuals, but there is room for improvement. While the program's core goals are apparent, a secondary set of changing priorities has emerged without a clear, evidence-based strategic process. Also, funding for the program has increased in actual dollars, but has not kept pace with inflation or increased costs. Several aspects of the program's structure could be improved to increase the ability of Title X to meet the needs of its target population. At the same time, the extent to which the program meets those needs cannot be assessed without a greater capacity for long-term data collection. A Review of the HHS Family Planning Program recommends several specific steps to enhance the management and improve the quality of the program, as well as to demonstrate its direct contribution to important end results, such as reducing rates of unintended pregnancy, cervical cancer, and infertility. The book will guide the Office of Family Planning toward improving the effectiveness of the program. Other parties who will find the research and recommendations valuable include programs receiving Title X funding from the Office of Family Planning, policy makers, researchers, and professional organizations.



A History of Family Planning in Sri Lanka

A History of Family Planning in Sri Lanka Author Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka
ISBN-10 UVA:X001333702
Release 1978
Pages 215
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Family Planning in China

Family Planning in China Author Karen Hardee-Cleaveland
ISBN-10 PSU:000031231350
Release 1988
Pages 97
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Natural Family Planning

Natural Family Planning Author Mary Lee Baron
ISBN-10 0764818333
Release 2009-07-01
Pages 48
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"Natural Family Planning" is the perfect resource for every Catholic who has questions about Church teachings regarding contraception. This booklet explores the history of Christian belief regarding contraception, natural family planning methods of the modern era, and artificial contraception. Offering suggestions on finding a health care provider and the married couples' relationship, this booklet also provides real data on what research shows about the benefits of natural family planning. "Booklet"



Family planning in China

Family planning in China Author Tyrene White
ISBN-10 UCSC:32106016667294
Release 1992
Pages 96
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Family Planning Success Stories in Bangladesh and India

Family Planning Success Stories in Bangladesh and India Author Moni Nag
ISBN-10
Release 1992
Pages 37
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A Full Quiver

A Full Quiver Author Rick Hess
ISBN-10 0970367007
Release 1990-03-01
Pages 236
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Studies In Family Planning India

Studies In Family Planning  India Author
ISBN-10 8170170168
Release 2003-06-01
Pages 863
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As a programme of directed socialand behavioural change, Family Planning has made considerable progress in India. An impressive library of family planning research has also been created in the process. There is, however, a disturbing communication gap between the research and the policy maker / planner-administrator. Research findings do not get canalized into action programmes. These two remain discrete activities with very little of interface between them. One of the reasons for this is lack of systematization of research findings. A stage has been reached when the stock-taking of the existing body of research has become necessary to provide a sort of ‘system’ or ‘order’ to the widely scattered data and findings, and to identify research gaps. This double exercise will render current research utilizable, and will stimulate further research. This is what Professor Kamala Gopal Rao does in this book. A distinguished researcher in the field of family planning, Dr. Rao has attempted to summarize and present in common format over 500 studies conducted in India, between 1950-1973, on different aspects of family planning. The main findings of the studies are critically reviewed for their relevance to the ongoing family planning programme. She has also reviewed the methodologies employed in family planning research. She suggests strategies to promote utilization of research. The book fulfils the much felt need for a ready reference for researchers and a guide to administrators, policy makers, and programme planners concerned with family planning.



Contraception Healthy Choices

Contraception   Healthy Choices Author Family Planning
ISBN-10 9781742231365
Release 2010-04-01
Pages 171
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`It's a really great book: friendly, comprehensive, complete and up-to-date. It is an explanatory guide to help you judge and choose the contraception to use. I recommend the book highly.' Dr Cindy Pan, general practitioner, media broadcaster and author of Pandora's Box. Choosing a method of contraception isn't simply about preventing pregnancy. It's also about making the best choice for your future, your lifestyle, your health and your peace of mind. This updated edition of Contraception-Healthy Choices provides both women and men with information to help make that choice. Forms of contraception covered include condoms (male and female), progestogen-only injections, implants, diaphragms, cervical caps, intrauterine devices (IUDs), natural family planning, traditional methods and sterilisation. The book also includes an update on the contraceptive pill, a new chapter on the increasingly popular vaginal ring, and new information on emergency contraception. There is information on how pregnancy happens, reducing the incidence of sexually transmissible infections and abortion. Written in an easy-to-read Q&A format and illustrated throughout, Contraception-Healthy Choices is a practical and contemporary guide for people who want to make an contraception they use.



Fertility Family Planning and Population Policy in China

Fertility  Family Planning and Population Policy in China Author Chiung-Fang Chang
ISBN-10 9781134349753
Release 2005-12-16
Pages 208
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China's one-child population policy, first initiated in 1979, has had an enormous effect on the country’s development. By reducing its fertility in the past two decades to less than two children per woman, and developing a family planning program focused heavily on sterilization and abortion, China has undergone a significant transition in status to a demographically developed country. Bringing together contributions from leading academics, this book looks at the impact of the government's strict control over planning and population growth on the family, the wider society and the country's demography. The contributors examine developments such as family planning policy and contraceptive use, biological and social determinants of fertility, patterns of family and marriage and China's future population trends. As such it will be essential reading for academics, researchers, policy makers and government officials with an interest in China’s population policy.