Improving access to health care for malaria in Africa: a review of literature on what attracts patients.

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Abstract

The article presents findings of a research conducted on examining factors affecting access to health care for malaria in Africa. It focuses on attributes of patients and their communities that act as barriers to access, including education level, financial and cultural factors. It addresses the need to learn about provider characteristics that encourage patients to attend their health services.

Author-supplied keywords

  • AFRICA
  • DATABASES
  • HEALTH & welfare funds
  • HEALTH programs
  • HEALTH services accessibility
  • MALARIA
  • MEDICAL care -- Research
  • PUBLIC health
  • TREATMENT

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