Private Providers' Knowledge, Attitudes and Misconceptions Related to Long-Acting and Permanent Contraceptive Methods: A Case Study in Bangladesh
This study demonstrates the existence of biases, poor knowledge and misconceptions among private healthcare providers towards long-acting and permanent methods of contraception in urban areas of Bangladesh.
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