Objectives: To evaluate whether Smart Choices, a computer-based family planning counseling aid designed for use in family planning clinics, resulted in more patient-centered counseling, enhanced patient knowledge, method initiation and satisfaction, and choice of more effective methods. Smart Choices includes a questionnaire about contraceptive use and risk factors and an interactive birth control guide. Providers receive an easy-to-read summary of questionnaire answers before seeing patients.
Evaluation of Smart Choices, A Computerized Family Planning Counseling Aid
Wilson, E., Koo, H., & Minnis, A. (2014). Evaluation of Smart Choices, A Computerized Family Planning Counseling Aid. Contraception, 90(3), 324-324. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.contraception.2014.05.110
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