EC Thailand

No clinical practice guidelines publically available

Recent selected research papers from Thailand

Leelakanok, N., Parmontree, P., Petchsomrit, A. et al. A systematic review and meta-analysis of attitude and knowledge involving emergency oral contraceptive use in patients and healthcare providers. Int J Clin Pharm 44, 873–893 (2022).

Chanthasukh, S. (2019). Decision making and contraception: Perceptions and experiences of Thai-Isan adolescents. Auckland University of Technology, Retrieved from

Sothornwit, J., Wattanakamolchai, P., Werawatakul, Y., Eamudomkarn, N., & Somboonporn, W. (2020). Patterns of contraceptive use among Thai women aged ≥40 and at risk of pregnancy. The European Journal of Contraception & Reproductive Health Care, 1-5.

Thein, S. S., & Thepthien, B. (2020). Unmet need for family planning among Myanmar migrant women in Bangkok, Thailand. British Journal of Midwifery, 28(3), 182-193.

Thongnopakun, S., Pumpaibool, T., & Somrongthong, R. (2018). The effects of an educational program on knowledge, attitudes and intentions regarding condom and emergency contraceptive pill use among Thai female university students. Journal of Health Research.