Islam and family planning / by Maher Mahran
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Rakhshani, F.; Niknami, S.; Ansari Moghadam, A.R. (2005)A qualitative study in Zahedan, Islamic Republic of Iran, used focus group discussions with 120 people in 8 main groups to underst and more about couple's decision-making and the role of men in family planning. The study included men and women from Sunni and Shia sects as well as theologians from both sects. Shiites, lay people and theologians, believed that both husb and and wife play a major role in decision-making about family planning, while Sunnis believed that men are the main decision-makers. All participants believed that men have an ...
Satisfaction levels with family physician services: a pilot national health programme in the Islamic Republic of Iran Fararouie, Mohammad; Nejat, Mehdi; Tabatabaie, Humidreza R.; Kazerooni, Parvin A.; Akbarpoor, Mehdi (2017-04)Family physicians in the Islamic Republic of Iran have been providing health and medical services to residents from rural areas since 2005, and from 2011 these services have been delivered to urban residents in Fars and Mazandaran provinces. This study was conducted in 2014 to measure the rate of user satisfaction with services provided by family physicians to the rural and urban population of the second most populated county in Fars province [Marvdasht county, population > 330 000]. In urban and rural areas, 1650 houses [825 in rural and 825 in ...