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posted on 2023-11-28, 17:52 authored by Preethy D'SouzaPreethy D'Souza, Eti RajwarEti Rajwar, Bhumika T V, Mukdarut BangpanMukdarut Bangpan

This file contains data of qualitative evidence synthesis for the topic - Partner involvement in contraception decision making globally: a qualitative evidence synthesis

We examined worldwide evidence of factors that influence contraception choice and use. The databases searched were PubMed, Cochrane Database for Systematic Reviews (CDSR), Epistemonikos, Database of Promoting Health Effectiveness Reviews (DoPHER), Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects (DARE), NHS Economic Evaluation Database, Campbell Library, NIHR Health Technology Assessment, Health Evidence Canada for systematic reviews published since 2000. The initial search conducted until June 2019 retrieved 24 systematic reviews, and 14 systematic reviews were retrieved after the search update in December 2021.The references of all the primary qualitative studies included in 38 systematic reviews were identified and imported into EPPI-Reviewer Web for screening.

Around 24 SRs were harvested, and 1594 primary studies were identified from these systematic reviews. The title and abstracts of these studies were screened for eligibility, 1398 studies were excluded after ti/ab screening and 196 full texts were eligible for full text screening. Out of these 196 full texts, around 163 studies were excluded at full text screening stage and 33 studies were included for data extraction and analysis. During the search update, 14 SRs were harvested and 63 full texts were identified and screened for eligibility, 57 full texts were excluded and 6 included for data extraction and analysis. Therefore, after the original search and updated search, a total of 39 studies were included for data analysis and contributed to information in this review


SPARC-Scheme for Promotion of Academic and Research Collaboration (SPARC), Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India,research grant (number 1478)


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