Authors: Waweru E, Sarkar NDP, Ssengooba F, Gruénais ME, Broerse J, Criel
In order to improve quality of care, African health systems are shifting to a patient-centered care (PCC) approach. PCC was introduced in Uganda in 2015. This study looks at qualitative data on perceptions from patients/communities, health workers, policy makers and academia and presents recommendations for overcoming implementation barriers associated with PCC.
Link: Stakeholder perceptions on patient-centered care at primary health care level in rural eastern Uganda: A qualitative inquiry
Resource Type: Journal articles
Region: Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA)