Session 153:
Contraceptive Practices: Insights from the DHS

Saturday, April 3
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Beacon B
3rd Floor

Chair: Charles Westoff, Princeton University
Discussant: James Trussell, Princeton University

  1. Uptake of Contraception following Childbirth or Pregnancy Termination: Implications for Quality of Care in Developing CountriesMohamed M. Ali, World Health Organization (WHO); Iqbal H. Shah, World Health Organization (WHO)

  2. Influences of Selected Programmatic Factors on Modern Contraceptive Discontinuation in VietnamMai Do, Johns Hopkins University; Shahina Begum, All India Institute of Medical Sciences; Kumiko Yoshida, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA); Sirinan Kittisuksathit, Mahidol University; Ashfa Hashmi, Population Council

  3. Mistimed and Unwanted Pregnancies in Jordan: The Influence of Wealth, Decisionmaking Power, and Access to ContraceptionKiersten Johnson, ORC Macro

  4. Contraceptive Discontinuation and Switching in BrazilIuri da Costa Leite, Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública; Neeru Gupta, Institute for Development in Economics and Administration (IDEA International)

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