Addressing Provider Bias through Evidence-Based Medicine

A Randomized Controlled Trial in Jordan

This study examines the impact of an evidence-based medicine program on family planning providers’ knowledge, attitudes, and reported clinical practices in Jordan. The findings suggest that this program, particularly as a standalone intervention, might not be effective when there is strong provider and consumer bias against a contraceptive method.

Author

SHOPS Project

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
August 2014
Resource Types
Brief
Country
Jordan
Health Area
Family Planning
Current Downloads
11

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