Perceived quality of care and contraceptive use among social marketed and commercial health establishment clientete in urban Pakistan
The objective was to examine predictors of perceived quality of care and contraceptive use and to provide more information on the influence of social marketing programs on quality of care and contraceptive use by comparing Greenstar social marketing outlets with other commercial health establishments. This study is based on an urban exit survey of 5,321 clients conducted in May and June 2001....
Published at PSI Research Division Working Paper No. 61
Published in 2004
M. Oladosu, M.M. Ali, S.I. Hassan
Oladosun Muyiwa » Muyiwa Oladosun obtained his PhD from Pennsylvania State University, USA, in Rural Sociology & Demography in December 1999, and MA in population and Social Research from Mahidol University, Thailand in July 2003. He joined Covenant University, Ogun State, Nigeria, as Senior Lecturer with the Department of Economics & Development Studies in January 2015 (www.covenantuniversity.edu.ng). Between... view full profile
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