4 edition of Fertility regulation and the public health found in the catalog.
Fertility regulation and the public health
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Sarah L. Tietze and Richard Lincoln.|
|Contributions||Tietze, Sarah Lewit., Lincoln, Richard.|
|LC Classifications||RG137 .T53 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 351 p. :|
|Number of Pages||351|
|LC Control Number||86031337|
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A lifetime of work by a dedicated scientist who monitored the growing variety of methods for the control of human fertility and foresaw the need for information on the social, psychological, economic, and political aspects of fertility regulation and the prevention of.
Fertility Regulation and Reproductive Health in the Millennium Development Goals: The Search for a Perfect Indicator Ruth Dixon-Mueller, PhD and Adrienne Germain, MA Ruth Dixon-Mueller is an independent consultant and Adrienne Germain is with the International Women’s Health Coalition in New by: A lifetime of work by a dedicated scientist who monitored the growing variety of methods for the control of human fertility and foresaw the need for information on the social, psychological, economic, and political aspects of fertility regulation and the prevention of unwanted pregnancies and births is reflected in the pages of this book.
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Abstract. The inability to conceive a child is most often viewed as a private matter, but public health perspectives and skills can contribute greatly to our knowledge about infertility, and the development of effective and rational public policy for prevention, access to health care, and regulation of new technologies.
Get this from a library. Fertility Regulation and the Public Health: Selected Papers of Christopher Tietze. [Sarah L Tietze; Richard Lincoln, (Writer on pregnancy)] -- A lifetime of work by a dedicated scientist who monitored the growing variety of methods for the control of human fertility and foresaw the need for information on the social, psychological.
Fertility Regulation. Trusted evidence. Informed decisions. Better health. Enter terms. Home. COVID (coronavirus disease) - fertility regulation. Latest News and Events. About Us. About Us.
Our Reviews. Our Evidence. New and Notable Evidence Our monthly email bulletin of newly published research. The Fertility Clinic Success Rate and Certification Act. The first infant conceived with Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) in the U.S.
was born in As ART use increased throughout the s, there was growing concern about the quality of ART information that infertility patients were receiving. This book brings together a broad range of experts researching the different aspects of foods and dietary supplements that promote or detract from reproductive health.
Section One contains several overview chapters on fertility, how it is assessed, and how it can be affected by different metabolic states, nutritional habits, dietary supplements. The role of prostaglandins in physiological events and pathological disorders related to human reproduction has been most actively investigated in the past decade.
Their clinical use for fertility regulation, extensively evaluated, represents the most common clinical indication for the administration of these remarkable : Paperback. this paper will appear in the book, Fertility Regulation in Developing Countries, edited by E. Lule, World Bank, Washington, DC.
Abstract: This study examines fertility regulation in Kazakhstan, with dual emphases on Fertility regulation and the public health book attitudes toward abortion and the public financial costs of abortion provision.
In consultation with many governmental and nongovernmental partners, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) developed the National Public Health Action Plan for the Detection, Prevention, and Management of Infertility (hereafter called the National Action Plan or the Plan).This plan highlights the need to better understand and address issues.
L.F. Newman, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 3 Fertility Regulation. Fertility regulation refers to intentional methods of avoidance of pregnancy used by either male or female.
There have been methods of fertility regulation at least as far back as the beginnings of recorded history, as families have sought to control the number and timing of births. Regulations Guiding and Governing Fertility Clinics By Dr. Mary Hinckley on Septem Many patients think that the fact that their doctor has the letters “M.D.” after their name means they will provide the best and most appropriate medical treatment.
These recommendations can be useful to health-care professionals responsible for developing regional, national and local health protocols and policies, as well as obstetricians, midwives, nurses, general medical practitioners, managers of maternal and child health programmes, and public health policy-makers in all settings and countries where.
Defining Public Health Standards 65 Integrative Approaches to Public Health 66 The Future of Public Health 67 The New Public Health 68 Summary 68 Electronic Resources 70 Recommended Readings 71 Bibliography 71 3. Measuring and Evaluating the Health of a Population 73 Introduction 73 Demography 74 Fertility 75 Population Pyramid 76 Life File Size: 1MB.
Thus, effective fertility regulation actually has the potential to contribute to better maternal health beyond simply reducing the proportion of births that are unwanted.
In fact, increased use of contraception does have an obvious and direct effect on the number of maternal deaths, simply by reducing the number of Size: KB. Fertility and education: what do we really know.
(English) Abstract. Current research on the relationship between education and fertility is reviewed, and a model relating intervening variables to fertility is developed. The evidence indicates that education may increase or decrease individual fertility.
The decrease is Cited by: To focus on this and related problems an International Congress to examine many aspects of male and female Reproductive Health Center Care was held on October in Maui, Hawaii, USA. This volume is a result of the proceedings from the 'Symposium on Male Fertility and its Regulation' which was a part of the Reproductive Health Care Format: Paperback.
Uncontrolled population growth, a significant problem for many countries, depresses real living standards in all developing areas. As a corollary, un controlled population growth also stresses the ability to deliver adequate reproductive health care on.
The lack of regulation does have some benefits, critics say. Without regulation, for instance, gay couples and single people don’t face any built-in barriers to using ART to produce children.
But others see disadvantages, none more loaded than a lack of restrictions on the number of children that can be produced by any single donor.
Fertility and Conception: A Complete Guide to Getting Pregnant; Zita West’s Guide to Fertility and Assisted Conception; 3. Natural Fertility: The Complete Guide to Avoiding or Achieving Conception by Francesca Naish.
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Traditional Fertility Regulation Methods among Remote Ethiopian Communities: The Case of Hamer District Tadesse Zerfu College of Health Sciences & Referral Hospital, Dilla University, Ethiopia. Mulumebet Abera College of Public Health & Cited by: 1.
Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), individual and small group plans must cover essential health benefits, such as pre-existing conditions. However, states can go beyond the ACA’s requirements and mandate coverage for other conditions, such as infertility or autism, though they must cover those additional costs.
Barriers to Fertility Regulation: A Review of the Literature Martha Campbell, Nuriye Nalan Sahin-Hodoglugil, and Malcolm Potts The evidence in the demographic and family planning literature of the range and diversity of the barriers to fertility regulation in many developing countries is reviewed in this article from a consumer perspective.
Adongo P.B., Phillips J.F., Baynes C.D. () Addressing Men’s Concerns About Reproductive Health Services and Fertility Regulation in a Rural Sahelian Setting of Northern Ghana: The “Zurugelu Approach”.
In: Kulczycki A. (eds) Critical Issues in Reproductive Health. The Springer Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis, vol Cited by: 5. This book offers an original interpretation of the history of falling fertilities in Britain between and It integrates the approaches of the social sciences and of demographic, feminist, and labour history with intellectual, social, and political history.
It exposes the conceptual and statistical inadequacies of the orthodox picture of a national, unitary class-differential. The publication Health Services is a joint edition of the National Statistical Institute and the National Centre for Public Health and Analyses at the Ministry of Health.
The data sources are the statistical surveys carried out by the both institutions. In. An important exception to this is the infertility associated with breast-feeding, a natural method of fertility regulation that does not depend upon abstinence from sexual intercourse.
The methods Abstinence, whether periodic or terminal, has been used for centuries as a means of regulating fertility in many societies. Using the socioecological model, a public health approach can help identify the root causes of child trafficking—at the individual, relationship, community, and society levels—so that we can begin to build long-term solutions.
In the final part of the book, we outline a “toolkit”—a set of questions that individuals and organizations. This book represents the transactions of an international workshop on family planning. As the title implies, the past, present, and future of research in fertility regulation were reviewed.
As in so many books that represent transactions of meetings, the writing styles vary, and a sense of continuity of authorship may be difficult to : Alvin F.
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The Influence of Traditional Religion on Fertility Regulation among the Kassena-Nankana of Northern Ghana Article (PDF Available) in Studies in Family Planning 29(1). The course discusses broad issues in fertility regulation.
It involves issues such as the concept of fertility regulation; traditional and modern methods of fertility regulation; rationale for family planning; family planning programmes: static point services, community-based distribution (CBD), social marketing, post-partum programmes; family planning and health; family planning and.
This is another post in the naturopathy versus science series, where a naturopath’s advice is assessed against the scientific literature. It’s Naturopathic Medicine Week in the United States, so it’s time for another look at the alternative medicine practice that a friend of the blog likes to call the One Quackery to Rule them pathy is an oddity among alternative medicine.
to examine whether fertility clinic staff express support for parenting capacity assessments, and if so, on what grounds. Background – the regulation of access to treatment with ART in Sweden Eligibility criteria in Swedish ART policies are related to two factors: the use of gametes from a donor, and the use of public resources for treatment.
Introduction. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines health as a “state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity while reproductive health, or sexual health/hygiene, addresses the reproductive processes, functions and systems at all stages of life.”The United Nations Population Fund reported that slower Cited by: 1.
Infertility is a global disease affecting one out of six couples of reproductive age in the world, with a male factor involved in half the cases. There is still much to know about the regulation of human male fertility and thus we decided to focus on two peptide families that seem to play a key role in this function: tachykinins and : Víctor Blasco, Francisco M.
Pinto, Cristina González-Ravina, Esther Santamaría-López, Luz Candenas. Fertility is the natural ability to conceive offspring, and is central to population health.
High fertility has profound effects on the health and well-being of women, their families, and communities, as well as on socioeconomic development from national to local levels, on supplies of food and other resources, and on environmental.WASHINGTON, D.C. – August 7, – In a new lawsuit filed today, Cincinnati’s Institute for Reproductive Health, the associated The Christ Hospital, and Ovation Fertility are accused of misconduct in the birth of a Columbus, Ohio, area woman who learned from a home DNA kit purchased as a Christmas gift that the man she thought was her biological father is not, and.
The onset of England and Wales’, indeed much of Europe’s, fertility transition has been dated by demographers to somewhere in the s (Figure 1) or a bit later (Chesnais,table ).The decline in the total fertility rate (TFR) that we see in the upper panel of Figure 1 was accompanied by a decline in net fertility (lower panel).).
Fertility did decline earlier in the Cited by: 6.