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Assessment of Quality of care in Family Planning services assessment of quality of care in family planning services
The focus of attention on health service in developing world including Ethiopia has been generally directed toward improving coverage rather than quality of services. Lately, however, awareness of this problem has increased, & experts have pointed out the need to let developing countries gain from the progress made in the field of quality assurance. Several studies have shown that quality of care greatly influences the uptake and continuation of use of family planning services. So-far evidence based data related to quality of care in family planning services & reproductive health are inadequate in the study area. Additionally quality of care in family planning services & utilization were not well studied in the study area & still there is under utilization of family planning services. The result of this study will help in addressing critical points for the improvement of contraceptive prevalence rate & reduction of high fertility rate in the study area. The outcome of this study will be also addressed the problem of family planning and reproductive health program & management. Generally the conclusion of this qualitative study will be used for the improvement of quality of care.
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Quality of Family, Planning Services assessment of quality of care in family planning services
Quality of care is an essential element of any service if it is to attract and retain clients. Good quality of care in family planning services helps individuals and couples meet their reproductive health needs safely and effectively. However; poorly delivered family planning services can lead to incorrect, or discontinued contraceptive use and cause unwanted pregnancies, infections, injuries and even death. Moreover,it is the right of the clients to be treated with privacy and dignity, receive information and the chosen contraceptive methods safely.
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Utilization of Family Health Services in a Tribal District of India assessment of quality of care in family planning services
Utilization of Family Health Services in a Tribal District of India is a study conducted to assess the status of maternal, child and family planning services in Dungarpur district. It highlights the variation in health indicators in tribal rural area to that of urban population in terms of immunization status, institutional deliveries, antenatal care, methods of contraception used by the couples under reproductive age group. The study reflects the inaccessibility and unavailability of health services to the people. It emphasizes the need of family planning provisions with convenient methods of contraception for them. Further, the findings of the study can be effectively used in designing focused delivery system for marginalized people inhabiting in remote areas.
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Quality Maternal Care through Integration with HIV/AIDS Programs assessment of quality of care in family planning services
Maternal mortality in Ethiopia is the highest in the world. A study was carried out in 2006 among Family Planning, Antenatal Care, and Delivery Care Service attendees in the health facilities, Ethiopia. A quantitative and qualitative methodologies were applied. The study indicated that integration of programs is critically important to increase utilization of services and minimize missed opportunities in maternal care and HIV/AIDS services in health facilities of Ethiopia.
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Wraparound Services in Developing Systems of Care assessment of quality of care in family planning services
The research base regarding the effectiveness of intensive community based services for children with serious emotional and behavioral disturbances is limited. The incremental development of systems of care in Indiana provides an opportunity to compare the outcomes of children served in child and family wraparound teams with the outcomes of a matched sample of children receiving usual public mental health services. Functional assessment data from a state database was examined using logistic regression models. The level of development of local systems of care and wraparound services was used as a fidelity measure. Findings suggest the circumstances in which intensive behavioral health services and supports for youth and families are effective.
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Client's Centeredness of the Governmental PHC Services Gaza-Palestine assessment of quality of care in family planning services
Ideally, it is assumed that PHC services should be responsive to people's needs and expectations. Client-centered PHC services could meet the goal of being responsive through designing and providing health care services that suit clients and guarantee appropriate accessibility, involvement in the caring processes and the delivery of quality health care services. This quantitative analytic cross-sectional study was conducted in order to assess the extent to which the governmental PHC services in Gaza Strip are client-centered. The study recommends adopting new policies that enhance the client centeredness of the heath care services through increasing the awareness about basic clients’ health rights, increasing clients’ involvement in the planning, implementation and evaluation of health services. Also, improving communication and interaction between the clinics teams and the local communities is essential including establishing community committees.
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Service Planning and Organisational Change in the Health Sector: assessment of quality of care in family planning services
The specific focus of this study is that of the implementation of the service planning process in the Irish health services in the context of significant organisational change. Service planning in the health sector is seen as part of the strategic planning ethos emphasised in the government's Strategic Management Initiative (1994) and of course the National Health Strategy Quality and Fairness – a Health System for You (2001). It was introduced (following the enactment of the 1996 Health (Amendment) Act No 3) in the health care services in Ireland to function as „a strategic management tool?. The Act was not explicit on the content or on the aim of service plans. This legislation and its implementation in the Irish health services is evaluated to ascertain its function as to whether it serves as a controlling rather than an enabling mechanism for strategic planning in the Irish healthcare system. The shortcomings of this control system are considered and in identifying alternative mechanisms of management control, comparison with the control mechanism introducing implementation of service (business) planning in the Canadian health care system is made.
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Quality Management System for Clinical Pharmacy Services assessment of quality of care in family planning services
Quality systems improve the quality and consistency of the practice of health care professionals, leading to increased patient safety, rational care and reduced costs. Hospitals worldwide are becoming more aware of the importance of implementation of quality systems to standardise health care processes. The introduction of quality systems in health care is occurring at a relatively slow pace in European countries compared to the USA, especially with respect to clinical pharmacy services. During this research, standards to match current clinical pharmacy service provision and also to guide evolution of new services in a geriatric and rehabilitation hospital were developed, validated, implemented and evaluated. Whilst being easy and practical to adopt, the quality system implemented provides a comprehensive approach to clinical pharmacy services which can be adapted to any hospital setting.
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Quality of Life Research and Practice assessment of quality of care in family planning services
Revision with unchanged content. The research uses Family Systems Theory to predict perception of quality of life in three domains. Results from the individual perspective showed that being currently married, ownership of residence, education, and young age were positive contri­butions to perceptions of quality of life. There were no gender or race differences in perceived quality of life. From a family perspective, perception of quality of life was influenced by household income and health situation. From the community human services perspective, neighborhood safety was an important contributor to perception of quality of life. As for financial assistance, turning to family or friends, banks, utility companies, Community Action Council or Department of Community-based Services, and Medicare were more common uses of services than churches or clergy, food banks, the Salvation Army, social/survivor income, and other persons or agencies. This study also investigated gender, income, and age differences in the association of perception of quality of life with the presence of urgent needs for basic living by use of community-based human services. The findings provided insight into residents’ perceptions of quality of life based on their individual, family, and community human services as components contributing to perceptions of quality of life.
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Women's Perspectives Regarding the Quality of Postpartum Nursing Care assessment of quality of care in family planning services
Quality health care during and immediately after the critical period of labor and delivery is a single most important intervention for preventing maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality. Researchers have developed several indicators to measure quality of health care services based on patients' health outcomes. In maternal-child nursing practice, patient satisfaction has been widely recognized as one of the critical indicators of the quality and the efficiency of the health care systems.Patient satisfaction is an important health outcome in today's cost conscious health care arena. It is used by health care providers, administrators and policymakers to assess the quality of care, make decisions about the organization and provision of health care services, avoid malpractice litigation and maintain a competitive edge in the health care arena
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Family needs of parents of children and youth with cerebral palsy assessment of quality of care in family planning services
The aim of this book is to identify child, family, and services determinants of family needs for child health, financial, and family functioning resources. In addition to describing profiles of family needs for parents of children and youth with cerebral palsy. Results of this research is discussed and important implications for planning family-centered services that are specific and cost effective are presented.
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Men's Involvement in Family Planning assessment of quality of care in family planning services
This study examines the level of knowledge, attitude and practice of family planning among men. The study revealed that men have relatively considerable knowledge and encouraging positive attitude towards female family planning methods than male family planning methods. Female family planning methods were the most commonly used methods than male family planning methods. The gap between knowledge and practice of male family planning methods was very wide. moreover, future prevalence and practice of male methods seemed to be low. As Men’s educational level and income increases, their participation of using family planning methods also increases. Men having some kind of job practiced male methods higher than those without job. The study implies that higher level of education, access to job opportunities and income play a great role in increasing men’s participation in family planning.
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A CRITIQUE OF QUALITY HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT IN GHANAIAN HOSPITALS assessment of quality of care in family planning services
The healthcare system in Ghana is currently facing increased scrutiny as a result of several reports that reveal poor quality care in public facilities. The problem of poor service quality gets compounded under the National Health Insurance Scheme (HHIS) that has generated increased utilisation of health services. As enrolees of the NHIS demand quality care worth the value of the premium paid, there is the need to take steps to address shortfalls of service delivery in public hospitals to encourage many people to register with the scheme and utilise health services in times of illness. This study therefore evaluated the state of quality of care in selected public hospitals in the country and recommend measures within which service quality can be improved.
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Demand for family planning service among young women VCT clients assessment of quality of care in family planning services
Integrating reproductive health services, particularly family planning with HIV/AIDS services such as voluntary counseling and testing (VCT) is vital in preventing unintended pregnancy, reducing number of AIDS orphans, preventing vertical transmission of HIV from mother to child and sexually transmitted diseases including HIV/AIDS. As there is information gap on family planning (FP) demand of VCT clients, it is difficult to determine the extent of demand and provision of FP service need of VCT clients. Thus it is essential to determine the extent of demand and provision of FP service in VCT settings as well as the possible opportunities and dispute of integrating FP service with VCT.
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Needs Assessment assessment of quality of care in family planning services

Needs Assessment

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Needs Assessment assessment of quality of care in family planning services
Curriculum is one of the most important elements in improving the quality of higher education, and one of the most important elements in curriculum is needs assessment. In this book we review definitions of curriculum and needs assessment. Then we describe many tools and methods for needs assessment, especially for medical curriculum planing. The aim of this book is to introduce some needs assessment tools for who want to do a need assessment for curriculum planning. There are many curriculum planning and needs assessment methods; therefore we focus on only needs assessment methods that are more useful for medical curriculums. Some researchers do a task analysis to determine educational needs. Therefore in chapter 5 we introduce task analysis. And at the end of the chapter, you can see some needs assessment according to task analysis for medical education.?
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Arenas for democratic deliberation assessment of quality of care in family planning services
The Habermasian analytics originally developed in the current work has later been applied by scholars from many different countries in empirical studies of democtratic quality of political-administrative decision-making. The analytics has been applied in different decision-making contexts, for exampel environmental assessment and decision-making, physical planning, and ICT-enabled public services and digital democracy.
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