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THIRTY YEARS OF FAMILY PLANNING IMPLEMENTATION IN SLOVENIA

Dunja OBERSNEL KVEDER
Lidija ANDOLŠEK JERAS
Barbara ROJNIK


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str. 253-266

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Sažetak

Family planning programmes were introduced in Slovenia 35
years ago. Births were planned more successfully than
pregnancies. The prevailing family planning method in the
first stage was abortion, later on contraceptive use. Despite a
consistent improvement in family planning and a decreased
number of abortions, the maternal mortality rate among
Slovenian women is still by three to five times higher than
elsewhere in the developed world. Maternal mortality among
adolescents is by three times higher than among older
women, and their infants die more often than those born to
older women. This makes adolescent pregnancies the most
important risk factor for reproductive health.

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Hrčak ID:

20335

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/20335

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