This systematic literature review aims to identify and describe existing provider-related barriers to accessing emergency contraception (EC) in developing countries, as well as the prevalence of these barriers and documented research programs to address them. Findings from this review will contribute to specific recommendations on provider attitudes and behaviors related to emergency contraception and inform the development of a global advocacy strategy to increase access to the method.
Williams, Katherine. 2011. "Provider-related barriers to accessing emergency contraception in developing countries: A literature review." Washington, DC: Population Council.
Revitalizing the Emergency Contraception Agenda