NFP Training Programs and Development

Barranco, E., Cano, A., Garcia, E., Sanchez, M.J., & Soler, F.  (1992).  Teaching material used by the scientific natural family planning department of Zaidin Medical Centre, Granada, Spain.  Advances in Contraception, 8, 262-263.

Brennan, J.J., & Klaus, H.  (1982).  Terminology and core curricula in natural family planning.  Fertility and Sterility, 38(1), 117-118.

Brennan, J.J., & Klaus, H.  (1982).  Terminology and core curricula in natural family planning.  International Review of Natural Family Planning, 6(4), 367-371.

Dolack, Sr. L. (1981/October). Natural Family Planning study validates treatment's success Hospital Progress, 58-62

Dorairaj, K.  (1991).  The modified mucus method in India.  American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 165, 2066-2067.

Hilgers, T.W.  (1983).  The American academy of natural family planning.  International Review of Natural Family Planning, 7, 306-317.

Hilgers, T.W.  (1986/February).  Professional program development in natural family planning.  Linacre Quarterly, 53, 42-49.

Kambic, R.T.  (1982).  Feasibility study to determine quality assurance needs and techniques for NFP.  Department of Health and Human Services Public Health Service. Washington, DC.

Kambic, R., & Kambic, M.  (1978).  A Catholic hospital and natural family planning.  Hospital Progress, 59(4), 70-73.

Kambic, R., & Notare, T.  (1994).  Roman Catholic Church-sponsored natural family planning services in the United States.  Advances in contraception 10 pp. 85-92.

Klaus, H., & Martin, J.L.  (1989).  Recognition of ovulatory/anovulatory cycle pattern in adolescents by mucus self-detection.  Journal of Adolescent Health Care, 10, 93-96.

Lanctot, C.A., & Martin, M.C.  (1986).  Natural family planning:  Current status and issues for program development.  Advances in Contraception, 2, 263-264.

Martin, M.C.  (1981).  Natural family planning and instructor training.  Nursing and Health Care, 2(10), 554-556, 563.

NCCB.  (1990).  National Standards of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops' Division Development Program for NFP.  USCC Washington, DC.

Perera, H.W., Steiner, M., Kennedy, K.I., & Snowden, R.  (1989).  Perspectives of physicians in Sri Lanka on periodic abstinence.  Ceylon Medical Journal, 34, 87-94.

World Health Organization (WHO).  British Life Assurance Trust (BLAT).  (1982).  Family fertility education:  A resource package for teachers of natural family planning methods.  WHO Geneva, Switzerland.

World Health Organization (WHO).  (1988).  Natural Family Planning:  A guide to provision of service.  WHO Geneva, Switzerland.