The complex challenge of providing patient-centred perinatal healthcare in rural Uganda: A qualitative enquiry
Nandini D.P. Sarkar,
Joske Bunders-Aelen and
Social Science & Medicine, 2018, vol. 205, issue C, 82-89
Increasing research and reflections on quality of healthcare across the perinatal period slowly propels the global community to lobby for improved standards of quality perinatal healthcare, especially in low- and middle-income countries.
Keywords: Uganda; Quality of care; Perinatal healthcare; Local health systems; Patient-provider interactions; Practical norms; Health seeking behaviour; Patient-centred care (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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