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Community factors affecting rising caesarean section rates in developing countries: An analysis of six countries
Author(s): Tiziana Leonea, Sabu S. Padmadasb, and Zoë Matthewsb
Journal: Social Science and Medicine (OCT 2008) , Volume 67, Issue 8, October 2008, Pages 1236-1246
Topic(s): Maternal Health
Country(s): Bangladesh, Morocco, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Egypt, Vietnam
Low birth weight as a risk factor for infant mortality in Egypt
Author(s): R. Hong and M. Ruiz-Beltran
Journal: Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal (SEP 2008) , 14(5):992-1002.
Topic(s): Child Health and Development , Fertility and Fertility Preferences , Infant and Child Mortality
Country(s): Egypt
Factors associated with wife beating in Egypt: Analysis of two surveys (1995 and 2005)
Author(s): Manas K Akmatov, Rafael T Mikolajczyk, Shokria Labeeb, nas Dhaher, and Md Mobarak Khan
Journal: BMC Women's Health (JUN 2008) , 2008, 8:15 doi:10.1186/1472-6874-8-15
Topic(s): Domestic Violence , Gender
Country(s): Egypt
Web: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6874/8/15
Characteristics of women in consanguineous marriages in Egypt, 1988 -- 2000
Author(s): Weinreb AA
Journal: European Journal of Population (JUN 2008) , 2008 Jun;24(2):185-210
Topic(s): Fertility and Fertility Preferences , Gender , Household and Respondent Characteristics , Maternal Health
Country(s): Egypt
Two approaches to measuring women’s work in developing countries: A comparison of survey data from Egypt.
Author(s): Ray Langsten and Rania Salem.
Journal: Population and Development Review (MAY 2008) , 2088, 34(2): 283-305.
Topic(s): Gender
Country(s): Egypt
Lactational Amenorrhoea and Modern Contraceptives Use among Nursing Women in Egypt 2003
Author(s): Mustafa Afifi
Journal: Oman Medical Journal (APR 2008) , 23(2):72-7.
Topic(s): Family Planning , Nutrition
Country(s): Egypt
Web: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3282425/
Lactational amenorrhoea method for family planning and women empowerment in Egypt
Author(s): Afi fi M
Journal: Singapore Medical Journal (JUL 2007) , 48 (8) : 758-762
Topic(s): Family Planning , Gender
Country(s): Egypt
Effects of modernisation on desired fertility in Egypt
Author(s): Angela Baschieri * (angela.baschieri@lshtm.ac.uk)
Journal: Population, Space and Place (JUN 2007) , Volume 13, Issue 5 , Pages 353 - 376
Topic(s): Fertility and Fertility Preferences , Geographic Information
Country(s): Egypt
The proximate determinants of fertility and birth intervals in Egypt: An application of calendar data
Author(s): Angela Baschieri; Andrew Hinde
Journal: Demographic Research (JAN 2007) , VOLUME 16, ARTICLE 3, PAGES 59-96 DOI: 10.4054/DemRes.2007.16.3
Topic(s): Family Planning , Fertility and Fertility Preferences
Country(s): Egypt
Web: http://www.demographic-research.org/volumes/vol16/3/16-3.pdf
Fertility Change in Egypt: From Second to Third Birth
Author(s): Daniele Vignoli
Journal: Demographic Research (DEC 2006) , Volume 15, Article 18, Pages 499-516
Topic(s): Fertility and Fertility Preferences
Country(s): Egypt
Web: http://www.demographic-research.org/volumes/vol15/18/15-18.p
Determinants of contraceptive use in Egypt: A multilevel approach
Author(s): Guisti, C., D. Vignoli
Journal: Statistical Methods and Applications (JUL 2006) , Vol 15, Num 1, Page: 89-106
Topic(s): Family Planning
Country(s): Egypt
Family planning services quality as a determinant of use of IUD in Egypt
Author(s): Hong, R., L. Montana, V. Mishra
Journal: BMC Health Services Research (JUN 2006) , 6:79
Topic(s): Family Planning , Geographic Information
Country(s): Egypt
Web: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1553443/
Domestic violence against women in Egypt—wife beating and health outcomes
Author(s): Nafissatou Diop-Sidibé, Jacquelyn C. Campbell, Stan Becker
Journal: Social Science and Medicine (MAR 2006) , Volume 62, Issue 5, March 2006, Pages 1260-1277, doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2005.07.022
Topic(s): Domestic Violence , Maternal Health
Country(s): Egypt
Fertility transition and female rational choices in Egypt
Author(s): Zaky, H.M.
Journal: Journal of Health and Population in Developing Countries (OCT 2004) , NULL
Topic(s): Fertility and Fertility Preferences
Country(s): Egypt
Lactational amennorhea as a method of family planning in Egypt
Author(s): Khella, A.K., H.I. Fahim, A.H. Issa, D.C. Sokal, M.A. Gadalla
Journal: Contraception (AUG 2004) , Vol 69, Num 4, Page: 317-322
Topic(s): Family Planning
Country(s): Egypt
Determinants of caesarean section in Egypt: Evidence from the Demographic and Health Survey
Author(s): Khawaja, M., T. Kabakian-Khasholian, R. Jurdi
Journal: Health Policy (MAR 2004) , Vol 69, Num 3, Page: 273-281, doi:10.1016/j.healthpol.2004.05.006
Topic(s): Maternal Health
Country(s): Egypt
Rising trends in cesarean section rates in Egypt
Author(s): Khawaja, M., R. Jurdi, T. Kabakian-Khasholian
Journal: Birth (FEB 2004) , Vol 31, Num 1, Page: 12-16
Topic(s): Maternal Health
Country(s): Egypt
Stalled Fertility Decline in Egypt, Why?
Author(s): Eltigani E. Eltigani
Journal: Population and Environment (SEP 2003) , Volume 25, Number 1 / September, 2003
Topic(s): Fertility and Fertility Preferences , Gender
Country(s): Egypt
Unmet need and unintended fertility: Longitudinal evidence from Upper Egypt
Author(s): Casterline, J.B., F. El-Zanaty, L.O. El-Zeini
Journal: International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health (formerly: International Family Planning Perspectives) (JUN 2003) , Vol 29, Num 4, Page: 158-166
Topic(s): Fertility and Fertility Preferences
Country(s): Egypt
Do unintended pregnancies carried to term lead to adverse outcomes for mother and child? An assessment in five developing countries.
Author(s): Marston CA, Cleland J. Do
Journal: Population Studies (OCT 2002) , 2003;57(1):77-93.
Topic(s): Child Health and Development , Fertility and Fertility Preferences , Maternal Health
Country(s): Peru, Egypt, Kenya, Philippines, Bolivia, Multiple Regions
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