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Private Providers' Knowledge, Attitudes and Misconceptions Related to Long-Acting and Permanent Contraceptive Methods: A Case Study in Bangladesh

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  • Jorge Ugaz
  • Kathryn Banke
  • Stephen Rahaim
  • Wahiduzzaman Chowdhury
  • Julie Williams

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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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  • Jorge Ugaz & Kathryn Banke & Stephen Rahaim & Wahiduzzaman Chowdhury & Julie Williams, "undated". "Private Providers' Knowledge, Attitudes and Misconceptions Related to Long-Acting and Permanent Contraceptive Methods: A Case Study in Bangladesh," Mathematica Policy Research Reports f6bf325ae0ed424f898bd7480, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:f6bf325ae0ed424f898bd7480adc930f
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    Private providers; Bangladesh; long-acting methods; family planning;

    JEL classification:

    • F - International Economics
    • Z - Other Special Topics
    • I - Health, Education, and Welfare

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