Engendering an evidence-based culture among reproductive health clinicians in developing countries. Qualitative study of forty-one doctors establishes pathways to evidence-based care in India and Yemen.

Abstract

The study, carried out in 2000, aimed to obtain primary descriptive data about access to and application of reproductive-health-related medical knowledge in India and Yemen. Using a qualitative design involving semi-structured interviews, forty-one doctors working in obstetrics, gynaecology, general practice and family planning services were studied. The key findings in relation to libraries and information sources, courses and continuing education, and changing practice are briefly discussed.

Citation

University of Southampton. Engendering an evidence-based culture among reproductive health clinicians in developing countries. Qualitative study of forty-one doctors establishes pathways to evidence-based care in India and Yemen. (2006) Opportunities and Choices Factsheet 36, 2 pp.

Engendering an evidence-based culture among reproductive health clinicians in developing countries. Qualitative study of forty-one doctors establishes pathways to evidence-based care in India and Yemen.

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