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
http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/254826/1/9789241512091-eng.pdf

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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