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Tatishvili, M., Mirvelashvili, E., Tsimakuridze, M., & Tsimakuridze, M. (2023). REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH INDICATORS RESEARCH IN THE CITY OF TBILISI IN 2021-2022. COLLECTION OF SCIENTIFIC WORKS OF TBILISI STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, 56, 146–148. Retrieved from


Protection of reproductive health is one of the priorities of the World Health Organization. The aim of our research was the study of reproductive health indicators in the city of Tbilisi in 2021-2022. For this purpose, we conducted a prospective study. Prospective study was planned and carried out with a questionnaire tested in a pilot study. This questionnaire was used as a research tool. The results of the study showed: the study of reproductive health indicators, in our reality, can be classified as a series of sensitive studies, the vast majority of women understand the content of the questionnaire, adequately perceive all the asked questions, can explain and interpret them meaningfully, although it is difficult to answer a specific part of the questions. This can be due to two reasons: the first is the lack of awareness of the target population and the second is personal restraint on what is considered a sensitive issue.



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