University of Utah

For A Study On Socioeconomic Outcomes Of LARC Uptake

Overview
This research project is studying the long-term impact of increased access to the most effective methods of reversible contraception (IUDs and implants) on unintended pregnancy and socioeconomic outcomes. The project is generating much-needed longitudinal data on the impact of unintended pregnancy on education, jobs, and need for public assistance.
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for a study on socioeconomic outcomes of LARC uptake  
This research project is studying the long-term impact of increased access to the most effective methods of reversible contraception (IUDs and implants) on unintended pregnancy and socioeconomic outcomes. The project is generating much-needed longitudinal data on the impact of unintended pregnancy on education, jobs, and need for public assistance.
for a study on socioeconomic outcomes of LARC uptake  
This research project will examine the long-term impact of increased access to the most effective methods of contraception on unintended pregnancy and socioeconomic outcomes. This project will generate much-needed longitudinal data on the impact of unintended pregnancy on education, jobs, and need for public assistance.

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