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The effect of follow-up visits or contacts after contraceptive initiation on method continuation and correct use

We conducted a systematic review to assess whether follow-up visits or contacts after a woman begins using contraception improve method continuation and correct use. We searched the PubMed database for all peer-reviewed articles in any language published from database inception through May 2012 that... Full description

Journal Title: Contraception May 2013, Vol.87(5), pp.625-630
Main Author: Steenland, Maria W
Other Authors: Zapata, Lauren B , Brahmi, Dalia , Marchbanks, Polly A , Curtis, Kathryn M
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ID: ISSN: 0010-7824 ; E-ISSN: 1879-0518 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.contraception.2012.09.018
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  • Brahmi, Dalia
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  • Correct Use
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  • Service Use
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description: We conducted a systematic review to assess whether follow-up visits or contacts after a woman begins using contraception improve method continuation and correct use. We searched the PubMed database for all peer-reviewed articles in any language published from database inception through May 2012 that examined the effect of a structured follow-up schedule of visits or contacts on contraceptive use. We included studies that compared women who initiated a method of contraception with a certain follow-up schedule compared to women with a different follow-up schedule or no follow-up at all. To be included, studies must have compared groups on a measure of contraceptive use (e.g., pregnancy, correct use, consistent use, method discontinuation including expulsion). Though not ideally suited to answer our review question, studies in which women used a variety of contraceptive methods but results were not stratified by method type were included. Four...
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We conducted a systematic review to assess whether follow-up visits or contacts after a woman begins using contraception improve method continuation and correct use.

We searched the PubMed database for all peer-reviewed articles in any language published from database inception through May 2012 that examined the effect of a structured follow-up schedule of visits or contacts on contraceptive use. We included studies that compared women who initiated a method of contraception with a certain follow-up schedule compared to women with a different follow-up schedule or no follow-up at all. To be included, studies must have compared groups on a measure of contraceptive use (e.g., pregnancy, correct use, consistent use, method discontinuation including expulsion). Though not ideally suited to answer our review question, studies in which women used a variety of contraceptive methods but results were not stratified by method type were included.

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