Do Malawian women critically assess the quality of care? A qualitative study on women’s perceptions of perinatal care at a district hospital in Malawi

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BACKGROUND Malawi has a high perinatal mortality rate of 40 deaths per 1,000 births. To promote neonatal health, the Government of Malawi has identified essential health care packages for improving maternal and neonatal health in health care facilities. However, regardless of the availability of health services, women's perceptions of the care is important… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1742-4755-9-30

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@inproceedings{Kumbani2012DoMW, title={Do Malawian women critically assess the quality of care? A qualitative study on women’s perceptions of perinatal care at a district hospital in Malawi}, author={Lily C Kumbani and E. M. N. Chirwa and Address M. Malata and Jon \Oyvind Odland and Gunnar Aksel Bjune}, booktitle={Reproductive health}, year={2012} }