Bulletin of the World Health Organization

Special theme: measuring quality of care

Current issue: June 2017

• Special issue: measuring the quality of health care
• Improving the quality of diabetes care in Mexico
• Interview: realistic medicine in Scotland
• Training staff to improve health care in Kyrgyzstan
• Variations in neonatal and maternal care in Africa
• Is malpractice litigation a sign of poor quality care in China?
• Using patient perceptions to improve care

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