Published on in Vol 7 , No 3 (2018) :March

Safety, Quality, and Acceptability of Contraceptive Subdermal Implant Provision by Community Health Extension Workers Versus Nurses and Midwives in Nigeria: Protocol for a Quasi-Experimental, Noninferiority Study

Safety, Quality, and Acceptability of Contraceptive Subdermal Implant Provision by Community Health Extension Workers Versus Nurses and Midwives in Nigeria: Protocol for a Quasi-Experimental, Noninferiority Study

Safety, Quality, and Acceptability of Contraceptive Subdermal Implant Provision by Community Health Extension Workers Versus Nurses and Midwives in Nigeria: Protocol for a Quasi-Experimental, Noninferiority Study

Kate Reiss 1, 2 , MSc ;   Suzanne Penfold 2 , PhD ;   Olalere Alabi 3 , MPH ;   Moazzam Ali 4 , PhD ;   Kristen Hopkins 5 , MSc ;   Thoai Dinh Ngo 6 , PhD ;   Kingsley Odogwu 3 , FWACS (O&G) ;   Megan Douthwaite 2 , MSc ;   Onoriode Ezire 7 , MSc ;   Uko Udoh 8 , PhD ;   Effiom Effiom 3 , MBA ;   Erik S Munroe 2 , MHS

1 Department of Population Health , Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health , London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine , London , GB

2 Evidence to Action Team , Technical Services Department , Marie Stopes International , London , GB

3 Marie Stopes Nigeria , Abuja , NG

4 Department of Reproductive Health and Research , World Health Organization , Geneva , CH

5 Independent Consultant , London , GB

6 Poverty, Gender and Youth Programme , Population Council , New York , NY , US

7 Palladium Group , Abuja , NG

8 Department of Health Planning, Research and Statistics , Federal Ministry of Health , Abuja , NG

Corresponding Author:

  • Kate Reiss, MSc
  • Department of Population Health
  • Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health
  • London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
  • Keppel Street
  • London
  • GB
  • Phone: 44 07971595910
  • Email: katejreiss@gmail.com