Subject: Original Article | Public Health, Global Health, Health Systems, Epidemiology, International Health, Maternal and Child Health, Medicine | barrier | RA1-1270 | qualitative | Public aspects of medicine | skilled birth care | Nepal | utilization | Class R | skilled birth care; utilization; skilled birth attendants; barrier; qualitative; Nepal | skilled birth attendants
Background: Although skilled birth care contributes significantly to the prevention of maternal and newborn morbidity and mortality, utilization of such care is poor in mid- and far-western Nepal. This study explored the perceptions of service users and providers regard... View more
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