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With Debbie Bain Brickley, senior researcher at the University of California, San Francisco.
July 2011: Article
Providing a woman with multiple opportunities to select a contraceptive method of her choice while receiving other health services for herself or her child is a client-focused approach that is easier and less time consuming for her, and more cost effective for the health system.
July 2011: Article
The benefits of integrating family planning into maternal and child health services can increase the number of trained health care personnel responsive to the needs of children and mothers, improve management, and address the reproductive health of women while requiring fewer patient visits.
July 2011: Report
As countries strive to reduce poverty and reach the Millennium Development Goals, they are also focusing on how population growth affects health and development. This policy brief outlines the benefits of integrating family planning and maternal and child health services as a way to better meet women's need for contraception.
June 2011: Article
Integrating FP and MCH services can better meet the needs of women who do not want another birth within two years, while also offering opportunities to strengthen health systems.
Uganda on the Move is an ENGAGE multimedia presentation that explores the relationships between fertility, health, the environment, and economic development in Uganda.
"Generations on the Rise" is a PRB ENGAGE multimedia presentation that examines the important link between high fertility and the health of women and children.
"Kenya Leading the Way" is a PRB ENGAGE multimedia presentation that examines the important link between family planning and development in Kenya.
November 2010: Event
There have been some exciting new developments in contraceptive research and implementation, but what are the most promising ones? These and other questions from science to research to the field were addressed by a panel of experts as part of PRB's 2010-2011 Policy Seminar series. A panel of experts as part of PRB's 2010-2011 Policy Seminar answer questions about new and upcoming contraceptive technologies.
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