Evidence Project Blog—Measurement that Matters: Understanding QoC from clients' perspectives

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Despite the widely agreed importance of measuring quality of care (QoC), client perspectives are often missing from routine monitoring and studies. The Evidence Project has developed a package of validated, evidence-based tools and training materials to support governments and implementing partners in measuring and monitoring QoC. Measuring QoC from clients' perspectives will help programs celebrate successes, target areas for improvement, and ultimately improve uptake and continuation of voluntary contraceptive use.

The Evidence Project recently published a blog on the Knowledge Success website discussing the importance of measuring quality of care from the clients' perspectives and the tools that we developed.






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The Evidence Project seeks to expand access to high-quality family planning/reproductive health services worldwide through implementation science, including the strategic generation, translation, and use of new and existing evidence. The project is led by the Population Council.

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