Interventions and changes in culture, policy and environment leading to reduced rates of pregnancy amongst teenagers in high income countries: a systematic review of prior literature reviews

  1. Meigan Thomson

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Description: Rates of teenage pregnancy have fallen in several high-income countries across the last 20-30 years. Several interventions have been suggested as contributing to this change, alongside other culture, policy and environmental change. This review aims to assess the evidence for what could have contributed to these falling rates.

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These are the documents and code files used to conduct my systematic review on hypothesised causes of lowering teenage pregnancy rates. All included citations are linked via Mendeley. The protocol is available online at Prospero (ID: CRD42018085759).


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