Table 1

Client exposure to family planning information at high volume facilities by type of service received on day of visit among clients in high volume facilities in urban Senegal, 2011
Delivery/abortion (n = 113a) Postnatal care (n = 136) Immunization for child (n = 545b)
Using FP at time of visit (%) (n = 10c) (n = 136) (n = 545)
Non-user 100.0 97.8 81.3
Traditional methodd 0.0 0.0 0.7
Modern user 0.0 2.2 18.0
During your visit, did you receive any FP information? (% yes) 8.9 25.7 5.3
Do you know if you can receive FP information or methods in this facility? (% yes, can receive) 67.3 83.8 77.1
Did you receive a FP method, a referral, or a prescription during your visit today? (% yes) 1.8 2.2 2.0
Among clients who did not receive a method or do not use a method: (n = 111) (n = 131) (n = 478)
If a provider had offered you a method of FP today, would you have accepted? (% yes) 42.3 38.2 49.8
Would you be interested in talking to a provider about FP in the unit where you received your principal service today? (% yes) 81.1 74.8 84.9

aOf the 113 clients for these services, 10 were for postabortion care.

bIncludes non-pregnant women (six women dropped from full immunization seeking sample).

cWomen who were in for delivery were not asked about current family planning use; all other questions include the full sample of delivery/abortion unless noted otherwise.

dTraditional methods include billings method (standard days, safe days) and withdrawal method.

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Speizer et al. BMC Public Health 2013 13:752   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-752

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