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Contraceptive use and unplanned pregnancy among female sex workers in Zambia

Access to reproductive healthcare, including contraceptive services, is an essential component of comprehensive healthcare for female sex workers (FSW). Here, we evaluated the prevalence of and factors associated with contraceptive use, unplanned pregnancy, and pregnancy termination among FSW in thr... Full description

Journal Title: Contraception September 2017, Vol.96(3), pp.196-202
Main Author: Chanda, Michael M
Other Authors: Ortblad, Katrina F , Mwale, Magdalene , Chongo, Steven , Kanchele, Catherine , Kamungoma, Nyambe , Barresi, Leah G , Harling, Guy , Bärnighausen, Till , Oldenburg, Catherine E
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ID: ISSN: 0010-7824 ; E-ISSN: 1879-0518 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.contraception.2017.07.003
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title: Contraceptive use and unplanned pregnancy among female sex workers in Zambia
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  • Chanda, Michael M
  • Ortblad, Katrina F
  • Mwale, Magdalene
  • Chongo, Steven
  • Kanchele, Catherine
  • Kamungoma, Nyambe
  • Barresi, Leah G
  • Harling, Guy
  • Bärnighausen, Till
  • Oldenburg, Catherine E
subjects:
  • Female Sex Workers
  • Abortion
  • Family Planning
  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Medicine
ispartof: Contraception, September 2017, Vol.96(3), pp.196-202
description: Access to reproductive healthcare, including contraceptive services, is an essential component of comprehensive healthcare for female sex workers (FSW). Here, we evaluated the prevalence of and factors associated with contraceptive use, unplanned pregnancy, and pregnancy termination among FSW in three transit towns in Zambia. Data arose from the baseline quantitative survey from a randomized controlled trial of HIV self-testing among FSW. Eligible participants were 18 years of age or older, exchanged sex for money or goods at least once in the past month, and were HIV-uninfected or status unknown without recent HIV testing (
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