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Experiences of and attitudes to contraceptive services among a sample of attenders at general practices in Dublin
  1. Mary Smith, SRN, SCM, Health Services Research Centre1 and
  2. Gerard Bury, MD, FRCPI, MICGP, Professor2
  1. Department of Psychology, Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland
  2. Department of General Practice, University College, Dublin
  1. Correspondence Mary Smith, Health Services Research Centre, Royal College of Surgeons, Mercer Building, Mercer Street, Dublin 2, Ireland. Tel: 353 1 4022427; email: msmith{at}rcsi.ie

Abstract

The aim of this pilot project, using quantitative and qualitative methods, was to gain insights into contraceptive service utilisation by studying the experiences and attitudes of a sample of women using general practice for contraception services in Dublin.

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