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A Comparative Study for Delinquents and Nondelinquents at Nanakuli Family Planning Clinic in Hawaii, U.S.A.

Yonsei Medical Journal 1969년 10권 1호 p.90 ~ 91
 ( Kim Mo-Im ) - Yonsei University College of Nursing Public Health Nursing Section

Abstract


Family planning is a very complex matter and has many ramifications so that one may expect a variety of problems besetting operation of family planning programs. One of the problems advocated so far is the drop-out rate or delinquent appointment rate of family planning clinics which is known to be as high as to deserve special attention. It is an urgent issue to be studied so that the family planning clinics could take measures to insure the continued optimal utilization of the services offered.
Hence, the Nanakuli Family Planning Clinic was chosen as a sample to study and find out any differences and similarities between the "Delinquents" and "Non-delinquents" of the clinic, hoping that any meaningful facts brought out by this study could get the clinic to have the optimal utilization of the services by it´s clients.
Specific conclusions resulting from this study are the optimal utilization of family planning service by clients could not be expected without providing pro-visions for the biological, situational, and environmental problems of the clients as well as the administrative and managerial problems besetting the clinic operation itself.

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