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Exploring the characteristics of public reproductive health services in the Islamic REpublic of Iran from the perspective of unmaried women: what needs to be changed?
Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal
This qualitative study in the Islamic Republic of Iran aimed to explore facilitators and barriers to the use of reproductive health services by unmarried women. A purposive sample of unmarried women aged 25-60 years in Isfahan city were interviewed about their experiences of reproductive health services in public health centres. Content analysis of responses revealed that the favourable characteristics of reproductive health services in public centres were services that: were delivered bydoi:10.26719/2016.22.2.116 fatcat:k3oqe7lqrfclzkqowrvoptimpa