The Fifth Freedom Revisited: I, Background and Existing Programmes
Lancet. 1990 Nov 17; 336(8725): 1227-1231.
In the 25 years since the late Sir Dugald Baird expounded his ideas on a fifth freedom -- freedom from the tyranny of excessive fertility -- what has happened to family planning services world wide? This week and next Dr. Potts and Professor Rosenfield review the policies that have been adopted and suggest realistic strategies for the future.
Abortion; Contraception; Developing Countries; Evaluation; Family Planning; Females; Financial Support; Freedom; Fertility; Government; Government Regulation; Health; Health Personnel; Infants; Infertility; International Aspects; Morbidity; Mortality; Population Control; Public Policy; Regulation; Religion; Review; Rights; Social Impact; Socioeconomic Factors; Statistics; Sterilization;
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Potts, Malcolm and Rosenfield, Allan (1990-11-17)
Potts, Malcolm; Rosenfield, Allan (1990-11-24)In the first part of this review (Nov 17, p 1227) we discussed how the provision of family planning services has changed in the 25 years since the late Sir Dugald Baird introduced his concept of a fifth freedom. To conclude ...
Potts, Malcolm and Rosenfield, Allan (1990-11-24)