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Influences on birth spacing intentions and desired interventions among women who have experienced a poor obstetric outcome in Lilongwe Malawi: a qualitative study

Creator: Kopp, Dawn M, Bula, Agatha, Maman, Suzanne, Chinula, Lameck, Tsidya, Mercy, Mwale, Mwawi, Tang, Jennifer H

Abstract Background Stillbirth and neonatal mortality are very high in many low-income countries, including Malawi. Use of family planning to encourage birth spacing may optimize outcomes for subsequent pregnancies. (more)

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Date Deposited: 2018-06-02

Date Created: 2018-06-02

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Additional file 1: Guide for focus group discussions

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Date Deposited: 2018-06-02

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Additional file 2: Guide for in-depth interviews

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Date Deposited: 2018-06-02

Date Created: 2018-06-02

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