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How do Malawian women rate the quality of maternal and newborn care? Experiences and perceptions of women in the central and southern regions

Author: 

Kambala, Christabel

Lohmann, Julia

Mazalale, Jacob

Brenner, Stephan

De Allegri, Manuela

Muula, Adamson

Sarker, Malabika

Publication: 

BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth

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169
Date Published: 
Thursday, April 7, 2022

While perceived quality of care is now widely recognized to influence health service utilization, limited research has been conducted to explore and measure perceived quality of care using quantitative tools. With that on mind, the objective was to measure women’s perceived quality of maternal and newborn care using a composite scale and to identify individual and service delivery factors associated with such perceptions in Malawi.The study highlights some of the multiple factors associated with perceived quality of care.

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Malawi

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