ESC Congress Library. Maus L. May 10, 2018; 208073; ESC32
Luciana Cristina dos Santos Maus
Luciana Cristina dos Santos Maus
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This is an integrative review of the literature developed in order to identify national and international research contributions between 2009 and 2014 related to the contraceptive care initiatives developed by Primary Health Care agents. Five databases underlined this review: LILACS, BDENF, PubMed/MEDLINE, SciELO and CINAHL. Results obtained were compiled using EndNote Web, an online free bibliography support platform totaling 1,599 publications out of which 16 corresponded to this review's selection criteria and were, thus, subject to further analysis. The methodology of this integrative review followed the recommendations of Ganong. After that, data was organized and coded using the qualitative analysis support software webQDA. After studying, documenting and analyzing critically each selected study, the following categories emerged: perceptions and knowledge of the Primary Health Care agents about aspects related to the contraceptive care; initiatives, interventions and evaluations of the Primary Health Care agents and services related to contraception; and weaknesses and potential of Primary Health Care agents and services related to contraceptive care. The results of this review indicate that the Primary Health Care is a decisive environment for the effectiveness of contraceptive care and that properly trained Primary Health Care agents are indispensable for these services.  
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