Contraceptive use in rural and urban areas in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. An analysis of the Demographic and Health Surveys

Spallek L, Grosser A, Pollmann T, Krämer A, Khan MH (2012)
The European Journal Of Public Health 22: 267-267.

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Spallek L, Grosser A, Pollmann T, Krämer A, Khan MH. Contraceptive use in rural and urban areas in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. An analysis of the Demographic and Health Surveys. The European Journal Of Public Health. 2012;22:267-267.
Spallek, L., Grosser, A., Pollmann, T., Krämer, A., & Khan, M. H. (2012). Contraceptive use in rural and urban areas in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. An analysis of the Demographic and Health Surveys. The European Journal Of Public Health, 22, 267-267.
Spallek, L., Grosser, A., Pollmann, T., Krämer, A., and Khan, M. H. (2012). Contraceptive use in rural and urban areas in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. An analysis of the Demographic and Health Surveys. The European Journal Of Public Health 22, 267-267.
Spallek, L., et al., 2012. Contraceptive use in rural and urban areas in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. An analysis of the Demographic and Health Surveys. The European Journal Of Public Health, 22, p 267-267.
L. Spallek, et al., “Contraceptive use in rural and urban areas in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. An analysis of the Demographic and Health Surveys”, The European Journal Of Public Health, vol. 22, 2012, pp. 267-267.
Spallek, L., Grosser, A., Pollmann, T., Krämer, A., Khan, M.H.: Contraceptive use in rural and urban areas in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. An analysis of the Demographic and Health Surveys. The European Journal Of Public Health. 22, 267-267 (2012).
Spallek, Lena, Grosser, Angelique, Pollmann, T., Krämer, Alexander, and Khan, Mobarak Hossain. “Contraceptive use in rural and urban areas in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. An analysis of the Demographic and Health Surveys”. The European Journal Of Public Health 22 (2012): 267-267.