3 edition of Demand for contraceptive information goods and services found in the catalog.
Demand for contraceptive information goods and services
William David Cook
Written in English
|Statement||by William David Cook.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 40146 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 280 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||88893492|
In the context of family planning and contraception, the terms "need" and "unmet need" are applied, qualitatively and quantitatively, in several overlapping and intersecting ways, depending on the purposes of their application. They may incorporate the notions of "demand,'' "unmet demand," or. “Demand creators,” a special breed who design truly exciting products, recognize the huge gaps between what people buy and what they really want–and use those gaps as a springboard to see.
The use of modern contraception to prevent pregnancies is a unique health intervention because, in many ways, it is not a health intervention at all. In general, couples in sexual relationships use contraception because, at the time the decision is made, one or both members do not wish to conceive a child, rather than because they wish to become healthier or to prevent a risk to health. Both contraceptive supply and demand factors were influential in these trends. The start of the government-sponsored family planning programme in the late s was associated with a .
Demand for goods in the economy then falls, and with it production and employment. Inflation will decline, but usually not before the economy economy of banks and financial markets with the real economy of the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. This ability to influence the real the demand for money is $ The contraceptive prevalence rate is an indicator of health services, development, and women’s empowerment. It is also useful in understanding, past, present, and future fertility trends, especially in developing countries. exports of goods and services consist of sales, barter, gifts, or grants of goods and services from residents to.
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In the context of family planning and contraception, the terms "need" and "unmet need" are applied, qualitatively and quantitatively, in several overlapping and intersecting ways, depending on the purposes of their application. They may incorporate the notions of "demand,'' "unmet demand," or "potential demand" or even be used interchangeably with those terms; and all terms are almost Author: Polly F.
Harrison, Allan Rosenfield. use of modern contraception is on a consistent upward trend,4 but 33 per cent of women, including married and never married women, still have an unmet need for contraception.5 If demand for contraception were met, the number of women using modern contraception would increase by 50 to 75 per cent.6 projected number of contraceptive users.
The demand for a product can also be affected by changes in the prices of related goods such as substitutes or complements. A substitute is a good or service that can be used in place of another good or service. As electronic books, like this one, become more available, you would expect to see a decrease in demand for traditional printed books.
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Description. Keywords. Full Text/Exact Match. FILTER BY. Date. Date. Search Reset Toggle navigation Toggle search. Log In|Register Now; OLC Home; WBx Talks. Managing Contraceptive Supplies Good-quality reproductive health care requires a continuous supply of contraceptives and other commodities.
Family planning providers are the most important link in the contraceptive supply chain that moves commodities from the manufacturer to the client.
Fogli focus on observed fertility, the demand for contraception is a closely re-lated latent variable that determines the discrete fertility outcomes they study. Analyzing the demand for oral contraception directly allows us to quantify how culture and norms work. studies regarding contraceptive use, most of them relied on secondary data from the demographic health surveys.
The current study, however, went beyond by incorporating policy as well as demographic and socio-economic variable studies in order to examine how these variables influence the demand for family planning services in city slums.
Salutations, My search for the following goods and services has been fruitless. a shop that can e-books 2. a collection of dice: d4, d6, d8, d10 and d20 3.
a lawn sprinkler 4. a personal weight trainer, who is willing to work. differentiate between public goods and private goods. GOODS AND SERVICES In our daily life, we come across variety of goods and services. table, chair, books, fans, television etc. They too are man made and their supply is not Free goods are those goods whose supply is more than the demand.
(b) Single use goods are those goods File Size: KB. Suggested Citation:"2 The Need and Demand for New Contraceptive Methods."Institute of Medicine. Contraceptive Research and Development: Looking to the gton, DC: The National Academies Press.
doi: / confidential contraceptive services to minors in two ways: they may allow minors to give their own consent for contraceptive services; and they may contain specific protections for the confidentiality of information related to contraceptive services. The confidentiality protections may be found in laws that govern minor consent, medical.
Check your students' knowledge and unleash their imaginations with Creative Coding projects. To get started, all you have to do is set up your teacher account. Already have an individual account with Creative Coding. Meet the Demand for Modern Contraception and Reproductive Health Access to modern contraception and reproductive health is the bedrock of gender equality, economic development, and progress for all.
In order for girls and women to reach their greatest potential, they must have control over their sexual and reproductive lives.
contraceptive supplies have been shown to be important determinants of contraceptive use, depending on the ex-isting level of demand for contraception.9 Within house-holds, men and women apply the same rational decision making to purchasing family planning commodities as they do to other household goods; users expect to be able.
The basic difference between goods and services is that when the buyer purchases the goods by paying the consideration, the ownership of goods moves from the seller to the buyer.
Conversely, the ownership of services is non-transferable. New scientific and medical developments in reproductive health have emerged in the past 5 years.
This latest edition of Contraceptive Technology focuses on the benefits of a variety of safe and effective contraceptive methods, enabling physicians to counsel their patients on some of the most important decisions that will shape their lives.
Unmet Need and the Demand for Family Planning in Uganda: Further Analysis of the Uganda Demographic and Health Surveys, Calverton, Maryland, USA: Macro International Inc. Percent of women with an unmet need for family planning and the demand for family planning, by survey year, UDHS who do not intend to use.
This set of activities has everything you need to teach your students about goods and services. Appropriate for first and second grade social es:Vocabulary Posters (goods, service, consumer, producer, supply, demand, and barter)Goods and Services.
innovation forces consumers to pay more for most goods and services. the CPI market basket doesn't reflect the fact that consumers shift consumption away from more expensive goods. the Bureau of Labor Statistics collects data on the prices of only a few goods and services.
Although different goods and services will have different demand shifters, the demand shifters are likely to include (1) consumer preferences, (2) the prices of related goods and services, (3) income, (4) demographic characteristics, and (5) buyer expectations.
Goods and Services A good is something you buy and consume. Goods are things that you can keep, eat, or use. If you go to the store and buy an apple, you get to keep the apple and take it home with you, so it is a good.
A service is something that someone does for you. When you buy a service, you hire people to perform work. You are notFile Size: 58KB.- Complementary Goods: the demand for a good decreases when the price of a complement to the good goes up - if substitute goods are readily available, we can switch to the substitute--relatively elastic - If substitute goods are not readily available, we must stay with this good--relatively inelastic.Economics Basic printable economics worksheets for teaching students about elementary economics.
Includes worksheets about goods and services, supply and demand, and needs versus wants.