Quality of care in contraceptive information and services, based on human rights standards: A checklist for health care providers

by Rajat Khosla, Moazzam Ali and Jane Cottingham
World Health Organization, 2017

32 pp. 1.2 MB

This checklist covers five areas of competence needed by health care providers to provide quality of care in contraceptive information and services including: respecting users’ privacy and guaranteeing confidentiality, choice, accessible and acceptable services, involvement of users in improving services and fostering continuity of care and follow-up.

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