Ireland, Contraception, Crisis Pregnancy, Survey
The Irish Contraception and Crisis Pregnancy Study 2010 (ICCP-2010) is a cross-sectional telephone survey of adults aged from 18 to 45 years and living in Ireland. ICCP-2010 follows on from two other national sexual health surveys: the 2003 Irish Contraception and Crisis Pregnancy Study (ICCP-2003) and the 2006 Irish Study of Sexual Health and Relationships (ISSHR). It seeks to provide: (1) data on current knowledge, attitudes and behaviours in relation to sex, contraception and pregnancy in Ireland; and (2) an opportunity to explore trends in relation to sex, contraception and pregnancy in Ireland over a number of years.
An overview of the main findings from ICCP-2010, as well as comparisons with ICCP- 2003, are presented in this report. Tests were conducted to explore whether differences between the two surveys were statistically significant, where appropriate, and are highlighted below and in the main report.
McBride O, Morgan K, McGee H. Irish Contraception and Crisis Pregnancy Study 2010 (ICCP-2010). A Survey of the General Population. Crisis Pregnancy Programme Report No. 24. Dublin: Health Service Executive Crisis Pregnancy Programme (CPP), 2012.