Mode Effect and Couple Concurrence in the Reporting of Current Family Planning Method in Southern Honduras

Laura Hinson, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Robyn Dayton, FHI 360
Kristin Mmari, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

This study collected quantitative and qualitative data on sexual and reproductive health from couples in Southern Honduras. We assess the impact of mode effects on individual reporting of current method of family planning between quantitative and qualitative data collection techniques. In addition, we look at couple concurrency in the reporting of the same topic across and between both modes. Quotations from the semi-structured interviews help to elucidate discrepant reporting between the qualitative and quantitative modes for individual and/or a couple.

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Presented in Poster Session 1