Abortion quality of care from the client perspective: qualitative study in India and Kenya
Abortion is a common and essential component of sexual and reproductive health care, yet social norms and stigma influence women’s decision-making and create barriers to safe abortion care. There is limited consensus on what domains constitute quality in abortion care and the opinions of people seeking abortion have little representation in current abortion quality measures.
With an aim to assess the experiences of women on abortion care and reflects on the priorities for high-quality abortion care, a collaborative qualitative research was conducted in India & Kenya by IPPF in collaboration with IBIS.
Full article published in Health Policy and Planning Journal can be accessed: https://academic.oup.com/heapol/advance-article/doi/10.1093/heapol/czab065/6300625