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Table 7 Peer-reviewed publications that were reviewed in full-text and excluded

From: Measuring adolescent friendly health services in India: A scoping review of evaluations

Author, date Description Reason for exclusion
Andrew et al, 2003 [19] Mixed methods study of needs and preferences of adolescents No evaluation of health services
Biswas et al, 2002 [20] Pre- and post- evaluation of RCH workshops for providers and program managers Not specific to ARSH or AFHS
Calhoun et al, 2013 [21] Mixed methods study of provider imposed restrictions to clients’ access to family planning in urban Uttar Pradesh. No mention of adolescent-specific services
Char et al, 2011 [22] Descriptive study of young men’s knowledge and attitudes regarding family planning methods and sources of info. No evaluation of health services
Char et al, 2010 [23] Qualitative study of influence of mothers-in-law on young couples’ family planning decisions. No evaluation of health services
Collumbien et al, 2011 [24] Descriptive study service utilization among young people prior to two large interventions No evaluation of health services
Das et al, 2006 [25] Descriptive study of disease burden and treatment seeking behaviour among adolescent girls No evaluation of health services
de Souza, 2014 [26] Descriptive study of roles performed by peer HIV workers Program not specific to adolescents
Dongre et al, 2011 [27] Evaluation of a school-based health program involving formation of school health committee and committee activities including deworming and IFA supplementation Health commodity distribution without clinical health services
Hazarika et al, 2009 [28] Descriptive study of adolescent utilization of contraceptive and ANC services as well as in-facility delivery No evaluation of health services
Kotecha et al, 2009 [29] Evaluation of a school-based health program involving IFA supplementation and health education Health commodity distribution without clinical health services
Mishra et al, 2012 [30] Descriptive study of treatment-seeking behaviour of adolescent girls No evaluation of health services
Nair et al, 2012 [31] Descriptive study of adolescent knowledge, attitude and practice related to reproductive and sexual health No evaluation of health services
Nair et al, 2012 [32] Comparative study of adolescent boys vs. girls’ knowledge, attitude and practice related to reproductive and sexual health No evaluation of health services
Nair et al, 2012 [33] Comparative study of married male vs. female young adults knowledge, attitude and practice related to reproductive and sexual health No evaluation of health services
Nair et al, 2012 [34] Descriptive study of perceptions of community stakeholders No evaluation of health services
Nath et al, 2008 [35] Non-systematic review of AFHS Does not include specific evaluations and their methodologies
Rao et al, 2008 [36] Evaluation of a school-based reproductive health education program among adolescent girls No evaluation of health services
Sabarwal et al, 2012 [37] Descriptive study of treatment seeking behaviour for reproductive tract infections among young women No evaluation of health services
Shah et al, 2013 [38] Evaluation of sanitary pad distribution program Health commodity distribution without clinical health services
Sharma et al, 2012 [39] Evaluation of male reproductive health program Program not specific to adolescents
Singh et al, 2012 [40] Descriptive study of health care utilization among married adolescent women No evaluation of health services, not specific to AFHS
Speizer et al, 2012 [41] Descriptive study of family planning service utilization trends in Uttar Pradesh No specific data for adolescent or evaluation of AFHS