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Publication results for: Publication Type: "Analytical" AND Publication Subtype: "Qualitative Research Studies"

23 Publication(s)

ANALYTICAL - Qualitative Research Studies
ID Title Published Publication SubType In Print
QRS23 Enhancing Nutrition Data Quality in the DHS Program (English) 11/2018 Qualitative Research Studies Yes
QRS22 Place of Delivery: Perceptions, Tensions, and Experiences (English) 11/2018 Qualitative Research Studies Yes
QRS21 Barriers to Family Planning Use in Eastern Nepal: Results from a Mixed Methods Study (English) 05/2018 Qualitative Research Studies Yes
QRS20 Understanding Unmet Need in Ghana: Results from a Follow-up Study to the 2014 Ghana Demographic and Health Survey (English) 01/2016 Qualitative Research Studies No
QRS19 Determinants of the Duration of Birth Intervals in Tanzania: Regional Contrasts and Temporal Trends (English) 09/2013 Qualitative Research Studies Yes
QRS18 The Use of Family Planning Methods in Mali: The How and Why of Taking Action (English) 09/2011 Qualitative Research Studies Yes
QRS17 Women's Recall of Delivery and Neonatal Care in Bangladesh and Malawi (English) 03/2010 Qualitative Research Studies Yes
QRS16 Alcohol Consumption, Sexual Partners, and HIV Transmission in Namibia (English) 08/2009 Qualitative Research Studies Yes
QRS15 Social Context of Disclosing HIV Test Results: HIV Testing in Tanzania (English) 09/2008 Qualitative Research Studies Yes
QRS14 Integrating Family Planning and VCT Services in Ethiopia: Experiences of Health Care Providers (English) 09/2008 Qualitative Research Studies Yes
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