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(Abstinence as contraception)
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  • "It is my business": A Mixed-Methods Analysis of Covert Contraceptive Use among Women in Rakai, Uganda. [Journal Article]
  • CContraception 2018 Mar 04
  • Heck CJ, Grilo SA, … Santelli JS
  • CONCLUSIONS: CCU is common amongst users of contraception and is used to hide family planning from partners and communities. Women that diverge from Uganda's cultural norms had higher odds of CCU.Clinicians and practitioners should be aware of CCU among their patients and should educate women on the wide variety of contraceptive methods to help them decide if their current covert method is best for their health and safety.
  • Effect of Parent-Daughter Communication about Sex on the Use of Less Effective Contraception among Women from Ages 15-24 Years in France. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol 2018; 31(1):33-39
  • Vigoureux S, Bajos N, … FECOND Group
  • CONCLUSIONS: Less effective contraception (condoms, and barrier or natural methods) is used more often by younger women: 27.5% of 15- to 19-year-old women and 14.7% of 20- to 24-year-old women (P < .001). After adjustment for demographic characteristics and aspects of their sex lives (regularity and frequency of intercourse), women who reported difficulty discussing contraception and sex with their mothers at age 15 years were more likely than those with easier communication to use less effective contraception (for those 15-19 years, odds ratio = 1.97; 95% confidence interval, 0.94-4.10, and for those 20-24 years, odds ratio = 2.36; 95% confidence interval, 1.31-4.26). Difficulty in communicating with their parents, especially their mothers, about sex, is associated with young women's choice of less effective contraception.
  • Sexual behaviour in early adolescence: a cross-national comparison of Australian and United States youth. [Journal Article]
  • AJAust J Psychol 2017; 69(1):3-11
  • Prendergast LE, Leung R, … Catalano RF
  • CONCLUSIONS: Contradicting the abstinence policy objective, first sex by Grade 7 was more prevalent in Washington than Victoria. Whilst sexual behaviour was more prevalent in Grade 9 in Victoria, the sexually active showed no clear cross-national differences in markers of risk such as contraception use and pregnancy outcomes. Findings demonstrate few cross-national differences in adolescent sexual behaviour despite the different policy contexts of Victoria, Australia and Washington, US.
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