THE ROLE OF INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION ON MATERNAL HEALTH OF EXPECTANT MOTHERS (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED HOSPITALS IN OWERRI)

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ABSTRACT

This project is a survey on the interpersonal communication on maternal Health of Expectants mothers: a case study of selected Hospitals in Owerri.

Study design Metareview of published and unpublished systematic reviews and meta-analyses conducted between January 2000 and March 2013 in any language. Assessment of Multiple Systematic Reviews (AMSTAR) is used to assess the methodological quality of systematic reviews.

Settings Health systems of all states. Study outcome: QoC measured using surrogate indicators––effective, efficient, accessible, acceptable/patient centred, equitable and safe.

Analysis Conducted in two phases (1) qualitative synthesis of extracted data to identify and group the facilitators and barriers to improving QoC, for each of the three population groups, into the six domains of WHO's framework and explore new domains and (2) an analysis grid to map the common facilitators and barriers.

Results We included 98 systematic reviews with 110 interventions to improve QoC from countries globally. The facilitators and barriers identified fitted the six domains of WHO's framework––information, patient–population engagement, leadership, regulations and standards, organisational capacity and models of care. Two new domains, ‘communication’ and ‘satisfaction’, were generated. Facilitators included active and regular interpersonal communication between users and providers; respect, confidentiality, comfort and support during care provision; engaging users in decision-making; continuity of care and effective audit and feedback mechanisms. Key barriers identified were language barriers in information and communication; power difference between users and providers; health systems not accounting for user satisfaction; variable standards of implementation of standard guidelines; shortage of resources in health facilities and lack of studies assessing the role of leadership in improving QoC. These were common across the three population groups.

Conclusions The barriers to good-quality healthcare are common for pregnant women, newborns and children; thus, interventions targeted to address them will have uniform beneficial effects. Adopting the identified facilitators would help countries strengthen their health systems and ensure high-quality care for all.

THE ROLE OF INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION ON MATERNAL HEALTH OF EXPECTANT MOTHERS (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED HOSPITALS IN OWERRI)
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  • Department: Mass Communication
  • Project ID: MAS1785
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  • Chapters: 5 Chapters
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  • Format: Microsoft Word
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    Type Project
    Department Mass Communication
    Project ID MAS1785
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    Chapters 5 Chapters
    No of Pages 53 Pages
    Methodology Simple Percentage
    Reference YES
    Format Microsoft Word

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