Birth Control Distribution Controversy Research Proposal by Neatwriter

Birth Control Distribution Controversy
A quantitative evaluation and research proposal of the safety and potential benefits of distributing birth control pills over the counter in the United States.
# 62403 | 1,154 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on Nov 24, 2005 in Sociology (General) , Research Designs (General)

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This paper presents a research proposal that will be to evaluate whether or not use of birth control pills over the counter is considered as safe as prescription birth control, which is currently the only offering available in the United States. It explains that the study will attempt to compare the adverse affects of not having birth control available in addition to analyzing patient education differences between two groups: those self-medicating with pharmacists assistance and those receiving prescriptions from their doctor.
Significance of Study
Preliminary Literature Review

From the Paper:

"The methods used for this study will include a quantitative evaluation that will examine the use patterns of women currently using birth control at family planning clinics in the United States. Study criteria will include women who are interested in receiving birth control over the counter who are willing to complete a survey to determine whether or not they feel provider evaluation and counseling prove beneficial. The subjects will be asked to rate whether or not they feel provider input with regard to birth control pill use has been beneficial or not in the past."

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