Challenging the courtesy bias interpretation of favorable clients' perceptions of family planning delivery

Federico León R., Rebecka Lundgren, Ana Huapaya, Irit Sinai, Victoria Jennings

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Resumen

Favorable client perceptions of provider's interpersonal behavior in contraceptive delivery, documented in clinic exit questionnaires, appear to contradict results from qualitative evaluations and are attributed to clients' courtesy bias. In this study, trained simulated clients requested services from Ministry of Health providers in three countries. Providers excelled in courteousness/respect in Peru and Rwanda; in India, providers were less courteous and respectful when the simulated clients chose the pill. Privacy and two-way communication were less prevalent in all three countries. The findings challenge the courtesy bias interpretation. Global results from qualitative studies may have expressed the views of the minority of clients who are not treated well by providers.

Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)24-42
Número de páginas19
PublicaciónEvaluation Review
Volumen31
N.º1
DOI
EstadoPublicada - feb 2007
Publicado de forma externa

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