The Literature Review of Contraceptive Self-Efficacy
Abstract: Contraceptive self-efficacy is an important factor that affects individual contraceptive behavior. Many researchers indicated that the higher ones’ contraceptive self-efficacy is, the more positive ones’ contraceptive behaviour will be. This article reviewed the research status of contraceptive self-efficacy, aiming to show the research hotspots of contraceptive self-efficacy and increase the understanding of medical workers. In addition, the research blank and shortage at present and the future research orientation are discussed in this article.
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