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"Quality of Care" evaluation was initially met with skepticism before the development of various tools allowed for the assessment of "quality of care" to become grounded in concrete and medical social terms. "Gender analysis" in "quality of care" has been met with similar skepticism, but the author examines how a team of feminists, evaluators, and program managers from Latin America developed The Manual To Evaluate Quality of Care From a Gender Perspective.
"Gender and Quality of Care - Comparing East and West,"
Health Advocacy Bulletin: Vol. 10
, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.slc.edu/hapbulletin/vol10/iss1/5