IPCHS. Integrated People-Centred Health Services


Contents tagged: perception

Nov. 18, 2021 South-East Asia Publication

Stakeholders’ Perceptions of the Implementation of a Patient-Centric Digital Health Application for Primary Healthcare in India

Health systems are shifting from traditional methods of healthcare delivery to delivery using digital applications. This change was introduced at a primary care centre in Chandigarh, India that served a marginalised population. The usefulness of the digital health application was appreciated by various primary healthcare stakeholders.

Nov. 29, 2021 Africa Publication

Community Perceptions of Person-Centered Maternity Care in Migori County, Kenya

Community perceptions of quality of maternal healthcare services—including Person-centered maternity care (PCMC)—influences the health-seeking behavior of women. his study aimed to examine community perceptions of PCMC and its associated factors. The findings imply that community perceptions of PCMC, particularly related to communication and autonomy, are poor. Given the effects of these perceptions on use of maternal health services, there is a need to improve PCMC.

July 13, 2022 Western Pacific Publication

Patient-centred care delivered by general practitioners: a qualitative investigation of the experiences and perceptions of patients and providers

Patient-centred care (PCC) is care that is respectful and responsive to the wishes of patients. The body of literature on PCC delivered by general practitioners (GPs) has increased steadily over time. There is an opportunity to advance the work on GP-delivered PCC through qualitative research involving both patients and providers.