Patients struggle to access effective health care due to ongoing violence, distance, costs and health service performance in Afghanistan
AuthorsNic Carthaigh, N
De Gryse, B
Esmati, A S
Van Overloop, C
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AbstractThe Afghan population suffers from a long standing armed conflict. We investigated patients' experiences of their access to and use of the health services.
PublisherOxford University Press
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