Social media and the intrauterine device: a YouTube content analysis (23 November, 2017)
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Frequency of 6-week follow-up appointment scheduling after intrauterine device insertion (16 November, 2017)
Letter to the Editor:
Infection 10 months after insertion of Nexplanon implant (17 November, 2017)
A better way of working:
Telephone counselling for subdermal implants and intrauterine contraceptives (17 November, 2017)
Vacuum aspiration for induced abortion could be safely and legally performed by nurses and midwives (18 January, 2017)
Assessing women’s satisfaction with family planning services in Mozambique (8 September, 2016)
Identifying indicators for quality abortion care: a systematic literature review (12 May, 2016)