Policy for reducing unplanned pregnancies and repeat unplanned pregnancies rates in Israeli Defense Force View Full Text


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2019-12

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Adi Kuperman-Shani, Tarif Bader, Elon Glassberg, Vered Klaitman, Israel Defense Forces (IDF), Medical Corps

ABSTRACT

Israel has compulsory military service, beginning at the age of 18. Women serve about two years and men for about three years. However, de facto only some of the potential service entrants are recruited. Among women, those who enlist are mainly secular Jews who are unmarried; among men, most of the ultra-Orthodox Jews do not enlist. In addition, only a fraction of the recruits chooses to turn the military service into a career and sign up for additional service as professional military personal (officers and non-commissioned officers). Thus, military personnel are not representative of the general Israeli population, even after controlling for age.The rate of pregnancies among female soldiers (obligatory service) in the Israeli army is low, but almost all pregnancies in this group are unplanned and most result in termination of pregnancy. An unplanned pregnancy carries a direct impact on the service of that female soldier and consequently on the military's routine.In a recent article in the Israel Journal of Health Policy Research (IJHPR), Rottenstreich et al. (IJHPR 7:42, 2018) describe a retrospective cohort study designed to evaluate the prevalence and risk factors for repeated unintended pregnancies among this population of female soldiers.This commentary presents the current IDF policy intended to further reduce unplanned pregnancies and repeat unplanned pregnancies rates. We also suggest additional tools to support evidence-based strategy planning in this field. More... »

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