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Type Book
Title A multi-level study of reproductive outcomes in Kenya: Quality of care and community factors
Author(s)
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2007
Page numbers 0-0
Publisher ProQuest
URL http://books.google.ca/books?id=g2HytEw00eAC&lpg=PR10&ots=WyyK1MLno3&dq=Kenya kdhs "demographic​health survey" OR "demographic and health survey"&lr;&pg;=PR10#v=snippet&q=demographic and​health&f=false
Abstract
Most of the cross-level interactions with the level of infrastructural development in a district and a woman's educational attainment had a non-significant combined effect in both time points as well. Similarly, the measures of quality of care at service delivery points on their own have a limited effect on the number of children ever born to a woman and almost no effect on her decision to ever use modern contraceptives. However, the inclusion of cross-level interactions of the quality of care measures and whether a woman ever used modern contraceptives illustrated significant effects on the number of children ever born to a woman. The cross-level interactions of the choice of oral contraceptives at service delivery points in a district and a woman's educational attainment also illustrated the importance of family planning context on a woman's decision to ever use modern contraceptives.

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