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Patterns of contraception use in 1989-95 cohort
The landscape of contraception is constantly evolving. Although women have a range of contraceptive options, women’s ‘choices’ are influenced by a range of individual, social and lifestyle factors. Patterns of contraception also change over the life course but are particularly variable among young women. This project will examine contemporary patterns of contraceptive use among young Australian women and will identify sexual, reproductive and lifestyle factors that explain trajectories of contraceptive use.
Prof Gita Mishra
Prof Jayne Lucke
Dr Ingrid Rowlands