Health Reference Series: Family Planning and Reproductive Health Sourcebook

Editor: Hayes, Kevin
Publication Year: 2021
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Single-User Purchase Price: $97.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $145.50
ISBN: 978-1-80316-057-3
Category: Health & Medicine - Medicine
Image Count: 32
Book Status: Available
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Family Planning and Reproductive Health Sourcebook, First Edition provides information on birth control and how it works, the attitudes of women toward family planning, the importance of family planning and contraception that includes the effectiveness of contraceptives, birth spacing, the contraceptive methods, and usage.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part 1. Understanding Family Planning and Reproductive Health
  • Chapter 1—What Is Family Planning and Reproductive Health?
  • Chapter 2—Birth Control and How It Works
  • Chapter 3—Unmet Need for Family Planning
  • Chapter 4—Total Fertility Rates in the United States
  • Chapter 5—Integrating Family Planning into Postpartum Care
  • Chapter 6—Importance of Family Health History in Pregnancy
  • Chapter 7—Faith and Family Planning
  • Chapter 8—Title X Service Grants
  • Chapter 9—Ensuring Access to Family Planning Services during COVID-19
  • Part 2. Importance of Family Planning and Contraception
  • Chapter 10—Effectiveness of Family Planning Methods
  • Chapter 11—Birth Spacing
  • Chapter 12—How Family Planning Liberates the Minority Population Women
  • Chapter 13—How Family Planning Can Help Progress Sustainable Development Goals
  • Chapter 14—Common Contraceptive Methods
  • Chapter 15—Contraceptive Usage
  • Chapter 16—Emergency Contraception
  • Chapter 17—Permanent Contraception
  • Chapter 18—Contraceptive Counseling Training
  • Chapter 19—Effectiveness and Risks of Contraceptives
  • Part 3. Reproductive Health and Disorders
  • Chapter 20—Sexual and Reproductive Health
  • Chapter 21—Reproductive Disorders in Women
  • Chapter 22—Reproductive Disorders in Men
  • Chapter 23—Infertility: An Overview
  • Chapter 24—Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health
  • Chapter 25—Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Chapter 26—Programs and Initiatives to Improve Reproductive Health
  • Part 4. Maternal- and Infant-Health Concerns
  • Chapter 27—Unintended Pregnancy
  • Chapter 28—Pregnancy Complications
  • Chapter 29—Mental-Health Impacts
  • Chapter 30—Substance Use during Pregnancy
  • Chapter 31—Maternal Mortality and Morbidity
  • Chapter 32—Key Takeaways for Maternal Health
  • Chapter 33—Preterm Birth
  • Chapter 34—Infant Mortality
  • Part 5. Risks, Safety, and Care in Family Planning and Reproductive Health
  • Chapter 35—Abortions
  • Chapter 36—Effects of Violence against Women on Reproductive Health
  • Chapter 37—Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting
  • Chapter 38—Reproductive Health and the Workplace
  • Chapter 39—Transmission of HIV, Hepatitis, and Syphilis
  • Chapter 40—Early Motherhood and Its Risks
  • Chapter 41—Diet before Conception
  • Chapter 42—Prepregnancy Care and Prenatal Care
  • Chapter 43—Reproductive Health in Emergency Preparedness and Response
  • Part 6. Programs, Initiatives, and Coverages on Family Planning and Reproductive Health
  • Chapter 44—Family Planning Program: An Overview
  • Chapter 45—The Birth Control Movement
  • Chapter 46—Perinatal Quality Collaboratives
  • Chapter 47—Saving Mothers, Giving Life Initiative
  • Chapter 48—The Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System
  • Chapter 49—Reproductive Healthcare Coverages
  • Chapter 50—Health Rights
  • Part 7. The Future of Family Planning and Reproductive Health
  • Chapter 51—Reproductive Health: Then and Now
  • Chapter 52—Women's Health: Research Activities and Scientific Advances
  • Chapter 53—Assisted Reproductive Technology
  • Chapter 54—Providing Quality Family Planning Services
  • Chapter 55—Nutrition, Food Security, and Family Planning
  • Chapter 56—Organizations Involved in Reproductive Health Development
  • Part 8. Additional Help and Information
  • Chapter 57—Terms Related to Family Planning and Reproductive Health
  • Chapter 58—Resources for More Information about Family Planning and Reproductive Health