Family Planning: A Global Handbook for Providers
Publisher: United States Agency for International Development 2007
Number of pages: 388
In a straightforward, easily used way, this book translates scientific evidence into practical guidance on all major contraceptive methods. This guidance reflects the consensus of experts from the world's leading health organizations. With this book in hand, a provider can confidently serve clients with many different needs and knowledgeably offer a wide range of methods.
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