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Government of India Guidelines for Administration of Emergency Contraceptive Pills by Health Care Providers

Recent selected research papers from India

Anusuya, S., & Patil, S. (2019). Contraceptive Methods: Knowledge, Practice and their Attitude among the Women of Rural Population in and around Bangaluru City of Karnataka State, India. Indian Journal of Public Health Research Development, 10(7), 257-260.

Davis, P., Sarasveni, M., Krishnan, J., Bhat, L. D., & Kodali, N. K. (2020). Knowledge and attitudes about the use of emergency contraception among college students in Tamil Nadu, India. Journal of the Egyptian Public Health Association, 95(1), 1.

Mehta, N., Darak, S., & Parchure, R. (2020). The use of emergency contraceptive pills in India: A meta-analysis. 64(2), 178-185.;year=2020;volume=64;issue=2;spage=178;epage=185;aulast=Mehta

Parida, S. P., & Bhatia, V. (2019). Emergency Contraception: Current Status in India. Research & Reviews: Journal of Medicine, 4(2), 12-15.

Pawar, N., Choudhary, P., Mital, A. K., Sembia, S., Singhania, K., Verma, S. J. I. J. o. P., Curative, & Medicine, C. (2019). Assessment of Knowledge and Attitude regarding Emergency Contraception among Medical Students of North India. 5(4), 18-25.

Sharma, C. (2017). Understanding of emergency contraception among nursing staff in a tertiary care hospital of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India Journal of Basic Clinical Reproductive Sciences, 6(1).

Wakankar, P., & Parande, M. (2019). Determinants of Emergency Contraceptive Pill use among the Patients Presenting for Pregnancy Termination at Tertiary Care Hospital in Western Maharashtra. International Journal of Preventive, Curative Community Medicine, 5(3), 24-30.