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Midwives' adoption of the reproductive life plan in contraceptive counselling: a mixed methods study.

Stern J, Bodin M, Grandahl M, Segeblad B, Axén L, Larsson M, Tydén T - Hum. Reprod. (2015)

Bottom Line: It was recently used in a clinical setting in Sweden and was found to increase women's knowledge about fertility and to influence women's wishes to have their last child earlier in life.Due to the non-random sample, the limited knowledge about non-responders and a short follow-up period, results apply to short-term implementations and might not fully apply to long-term implementation.There are no competing interests.

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Affiliation: Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences, Uppsala University, SE-751 22 Uppsala, Sweden jenny.stern@pubcare.uu.se.

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Overview of the results from the qualitative analysis.
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DEV048F3: Overview of the results from the qualitative analysis.

Mentions: Four categories emerged from the FGIs about the midwives experiences and opinions of working with the RLP (Fig. 3), and selected quotations from the midwives appear below.Figure 3


Midwives' adoption of the reproductive life plan in contraceptive counselling: a mixed methods study.

Stern J, Bodin M, Grandahl M, Segeblad B, Axén L, Larsson M, Tydén T - Hum. Reprod. (2015)

Overview of the results from the qualitative analysis.
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DEV048F3: Overview of the results from the qualitative analysis.
Mentions: Four categories emerged from the FGIs about the midwives experiences and opinions of working with the RLP (Fig. 3), and selected quotations from the midwives appear below.Figure 3

Bottom Line: It was recently used in a clinical setting in Sweden and was found to increase women's knowledge about fertility and to influence women's wishes to have their last child earlier in life.Due to the non-random sample, the limited knowledge about non-responders and a short follow-up period, results apply to short-term implementations and might not fully apply to long-term implementation.There are no competing interests.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences, Uppsala University, SE-751 22 Uppsala, Sweden jenny.stern@pubcare.uu.se.

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