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Overview of Quality of Care in Reproductive Health: Definitions and Measurements of Quality
(2002) Quality of care, a client-centered approach to providing high-quality health care as a basic human right, has emerged as a critical element of family planning and reproductive health programs.
Family Planning and the Gendered Impacts of Crises on Women: An Effective Tool Across Sectors to Support Women’s Empowerment and Build Resilience to Shocks
Holistic integrated solutions are key to address the interlinkages of the gendered impacts of crises.
Client-Centered Quality: Clients’ Perspectives and Barriers to Receiving Care
To provide high-quality care, providers must understand and respect their clients' needs, attitudes, and concerns. These client perceptions are in turn affected by personal, social, and cultural factors.
Neighborhood characteristics affect people of all ages, but older adults—classified here as adults over age 50—may be affected more than other groups.