Ipas study identifies ways to increase accessibility and quality of postabortion contraception

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Ipas study identifies ways to increase accessibility and quality of postabortion contraception
Publication Date: 12/07/2015

Comprehensive abortion service-delivery interventions such as offering post-training support to providers can increase postabortion contraceptive uptake and reduce unintended pregnancy, according to a large-scale Ipas study recently published in Studies in Family Planning.

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