Determinants and choices of contraception
by Alitili, Benson Muyamba
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Family planning is a key component to preventing maternal, infant, and child mortality. Family planning can reduce maternal mortality by reducing the number of unintended pregnancies, the number of abortions, and the proportion of high-risk births; as well as contributing to improved health for women, their families, and communities (1). Family planning also offers women and their families the ability to plan the timing and number of children they desire. The study will explore the knowledge and determinants of choice of contraceptive method among women attending family planning clinics in Luwingu district. An extensive literature search from studies conducted globally, regionally and locally will be done to ascertain what is known on the study topic and to avoid duplication of work. The research will use a descriptive cross-sectional study design using randomly selected women from the target population of women attending family planning clinics in Luwingu. The researcher will use simple random sampling to come up with this sample size.
Alitili, Benson Muyamba
Benson Muyamba Alitili is a specialist Midwife with over 12 years working experience with the ministry of health in the Republic of Zambia. Currently, he is working for the ministry of health and is based at Luwingu district health office as District Nursing officer.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
October 24, 2017
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.003 m; 0.127 kg