Sibylla Kulkus, Australian Catholic University
Moo Kho Paw
Nay Win Tun
Aung Myat Min
Shawn Mark Somerset, Australian Catholic UniversityFollow
Salisbury, P., Hall, L., Kulkus, S., Paw, M. K, Tun, N. W, Min, A. M, Chotivanich, K., Srikanok, S., Ontuwong, P., Sirinonthachai, S., Nosten, F., Somerset, S. M & McGready, R. (2016). Family planning knowledge, attitudes and practices in refugee and migrant pregnant and post-partum women on the Thailand-Myanmar border - a mixed methods study. Reproductive Health,13(1), 1-13. England: BioMed Central. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1186/s12978-016-0212-2
Lack of data in marginalized populations on knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) hampers efforts to improve modern contraceptive practice. A mixed methods study to better understand family planning KAP amongst refugee and migrant women on the Thailand-Myanmar border was conducted as part of an ongoing effort to improve reproductive health, particularly maternal mortality, through Shoklo Malaria Research Unit (SMRU) antenatal and birthing services.
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