Developing Spanish-Language Family Planning Materials: Lessons Learned from Extensive Field Tests

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  • Colleen Denny-Garamendi,

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    1. aColleen Denny-Garamendi is assistant adjunct professor of public health sciences, School of Medicine, University of California, Davis. bJill Lopez-Rabin was project coordinator, Apoyando a la Mujer Latina. cSylvia Guendelman is professor of community health and human development, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley. At the time this project was developed,dSarah Schafer was a medical consultant for Contra Costa Health Services.
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  • a Jill Lopez-Rabin,

    1. aColleen Denny-Garamendi is assistant adjunct professor of public health sciences, School of Medicine, University of California, Davis. bJill Lopez-Rabin was project coordinator, Apoyando a la Mujer Latina. cSylvia Guendelman is professor of community health and human development, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley. At the time this project was developed,dSarah Schafer was a medical consultant for Contra Costa Health Services.
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  • b Sylvia Guendelman,

    1. aColleen Denny-Garamendi is assistant adjunct professor of public health sciences, School of Medicine, University of California, Davis. bJill Lopez-Rabin was project coordinator, Apoyando a la Mujer Latina. cSylvia Guendelman is professor of community health and human development, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley. At the time this project was developed,dSarah Schafer was a medical consultant for Contra Costa Health Services.
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  • and c Sarah Schafer d

    1. aColleen Denny-Garamendi is assistant adjunct professor of public health sciences, School of Medicine, University of California, Davis. bJill Lopez-Rabin was project coordinator, Apoyando a la Mujer Latina. cSylvia Guendelman is professor of community health and human development, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley. At the time this project was developed,dSarah Schafer was a medical consultant for Contra Costa Health Services.
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