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Knowledge, attitudes, practices, and behaviors among providers of abortion-related care in a referral maternity hospital in Bangui, Central African Republic

This evidence brief from the AMoCo study presents selected results of a knowledge, attitudes, practices, and behaviors (KAPB) survey given to health professionals providing abortion-related care. Providers are critical to providing timely and high-quality comprehensive abortion care (CAC) that can decrease abortion-related complications. This survey aims not only to assess the KAPB of CAC providers in hospital settings but to identify provider-related barriers to adequate CAC and points for improvement in the provision and accessibility of CAC services.

Authors: B. Powell, H. Chen, E. Pasquier, T. Fetters, O. Owolabi, C. Schulte-Hillen, C. Fotheringham, L. Nguengo, A. Dodane, M. Adame Gbanzi, E. Baudin, A. Moore, R. Ngbale, D. Lagrou - The AMoCo Study group for Central African Republic.
Year: 2023

Languages: English

Regions: Africa

Countries: Central African Republic

Topics: Humanitarian Settings, Research

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