'Some patients are more equal than others': Patient-centred care differential in two-tier inpatient ward hospitals in Ghana.

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Summary of "'Some patients are more equal than others': Patient-centred care differential in two-tier inpatient ward hospitals in Ghana."

To examine differences in patient-centred care among private and public inpatients in public hospitals and whether satisfaction with patient-centred care differ between the patient groups.


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Name: Patient education and counseling
ISSN: 1873-5134


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