Policy Change Is Not Enough: Engaging Provider Champions on Immediate Postpartum Contraception

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Abstract

(Abstracted from Am J Obstet Gynecol 2018;218(6):590.e1–590.e7)

Short-interval pregnancies (<18 months apart) contribute to poor maternal and infant outcomes in the United States. Unintended pregnancies are twice as likely to be short-interval pregnancies as intended pregnancies.

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