Literature review of family planning in decision making
Metrics details. Contraceptive use is low in developing countries which are still largely driven by male dominated culture and patriarchal values. This study explored family planning FP decisions, perceptions and gender dynamics among couples in Mwanza region of Tanzania. Twelve focus group discussions and six in-depth interviews were used to collect information from married or cohabiting males and females aged 18— The participants were purposively selected.
Male Involvement in Family Planning: Challenges and Way Forward
WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT AND FAMILY PLANNING: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
Reproductive Health volume 15 , Article number: Cite this article. Metrics details. Person-centered care, a key component of quality of care, is receiving increased attention for maternal and reproductive health. While many interventions have aimed to improve person-centered care for family planning, there is no known narrative review of person-centered-focused interventions in family planning and the outcomes of these interventions. The search of the published and grey literature, from to identified papers, of which 25 were ultimately included in the analysis after exclusion criteria was applied. We find that person-centered interventions had high success in improving perceptions of quality and knowledge of family planning among clients; however, results were less consistent in improving family planning uptake and continuation. Peer Review reports.
Reproductive Health volume 14 , Article number: 56 Cite this article. Metrics details. As such, the determinants of modern contraceptive use among sexually active women are well documented.
Dementia is the leading cause of death in England and Wales, but traditionally it has not been considered a terminal or life-limiting condition. As a result, little significance may be placed on advance care planning ACP for people with dementia. Evidence suggests that most patients with advanced dementia have often not been given an opportunity to complete an advance care plan and have not had conversations with their families about their wishes and preferences at the end of life. This article reports on a literature review that aimed to explore the evidence on the introduction of ACP in achieving preferred place of care or death for people living with dementia, and reducing carer burden. The literature review found that ACP discussions have several benefits for people with dementia and their family carers, but that various factors can support or hinder such discussions.
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