Aspirations for quality health care in Uganda: How do we get there?

@inproceedings{Chandler2013AspirationsFQ,
  title={Aspirations for quality health care in Uganda: How do we get there?},
  author={Clare I. R. Chandler and James Kizito and Lilian Taaka and Christine Nabirye and Miriam Kayendeke and Deborah D. DiLiberto and Sarah G. Staedke},
  booktitle={Human resources for health},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Despite significant investments and reforms, health care remains poor for many in Africa. To design an intervention to improve access and quality of health care at health facilities in eastern Uganda, we aimed to understand local priorities for qualities in health care, and factors that enable or prevent these qualities from being enacted. METHODS In 2009 to 2010, we carried out 69 in-depth interviews and 6 focus group discussions with 65 health workers at 17 health facilities, and… CONTINUE READING
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