Johns Hopkins Study of Repeat Adolescent Pregnancy,
The purpose of this study was to use available data sources to obtain demographic, contraceptive, pregnancy, and pregnancy resolution information on 725 teenage girls aged 18 years or younger who were enrolled in the postnatal follow-up component of the Johns Hopkins Adolescent Pregnancy Program during the years 1976 to 1982. Information was obtained primarily through intake interviews conducted at the time of the mother's postnatal visits. Since in many cases pregnancy data were obtained retrospectively, the actual years during which deliveries were recorded span the period of 1970 to 1982. Demographic information on the father of the index baby was also obtained.
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