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Do Service Providers in Tanzania Unnecessarily Restrict Clients’ Access to Contraceptive Methods?

Citation

Speizer, Ilene S.; Hotchkiss, David R.; Magnani, Robert J.; Hubbard, Brian; & Nelson, Kristen (2000). Do Service Providers in Tanzania Unnecessarily Restrict Clients' Access to Contraceptive Methods?. International Family Planning Perspectives, 26(1), 13-20, 42.

Abstract

Context: Even where family planning services are physically accessible and economic barriers to access are few, medical barriers to contraceptive services--such as overspecialization, eligibility restrictions, process hurdles and provider bias--can limit women's use of services.

URL

https://www.guttmacher.org/journals/ipsrh/2000/do-service-providers-tanzania-unnecessarily-restrict-clients-access

Reference Type

Journal Article

Journal Title

International Family Planning Perspectives

Author(s)

Speizer, Ilene S.
Hotchkiss, David R.
Magnani, Robert J.
Hubbard, Brian
Nelson, Kristen

Year Published

2000

Volume Number

26

Issue Number

1

Pages

13-20, 42

Reference ID

5476