Insurance Type and Use of Contraceptive Methods among Women of Reproductive Age in Mexico: Evidence from the 2015 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey

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Insurance Type and Use of Contraceptive Methods among Women of Reproductive Age in Mexico: Evidence from the 2015 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey
Contributors
Carbone, Sofia (Creator)
Galárraga, Omar (Creator)
Claborn, Kasey (Creator)
de Castro, Filipa (Creator)
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10.7301/Z0X065KD
Date Created
2018-05-01
Abstract
The purpose of the study is to test the difference between Seguro Popular and employment-based health insurance on the outcomes of contraception use, which include long- acting reversible contraception, hormonal, and traditional/ barrier methods, among women of reproductive age in Mexico.
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Contraception
Seguro Popular
pregnancy prevention
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License

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Carbone, Sofia, Galárraga, Omar, Claborn, Kasey, et al., "Insurance Type and Use of Contraceptive Methods among Women of Reproductive Age in Mexico: Evidence from the 2015 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey" (2018). Global Health Research Day. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://doi.org/10.7301/Z0X065KD

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