Integration of Family Planning Services into HIV Care Clinics: Results 1 Year after a Cluster RCT in Kenya

Publish Year : 2017
Publisher : PLOS One
Author Name : Cohen C.R., Grossman D., Onono M., Blat C., Newmann S.J., Burger R.L., Shade S.B., Bett N., Bukusi E.A.
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Description :

This study aimed to determine if integrated family planning and HIV services led to an increased use of more effective contraception and decreased pregnancy rates. Results found that use of effective contraception increased and incidence of pregnancy decreased in study sites with integrated services, as compared to the control sites. 

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