Erika M. Edwards: University of Vermont, USA
Celia Karp: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA
Hannah Tappis: Jhpiego - an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University, USA
Submission Status: Open | Submission Deadline: 30 November 2023
Quality health services, including midwifery, obstetric and gynecological care, is key to ensuring the fulfillment of human rights in reproductive health. High-quality care is needed to meet Sustainable Development Goal 3, achieving good health and wellbeing for all women. Quality improvement in health care integrates evidence-based approaches to advance the effectiveness, safety, and value of healthcare and to improve reproductive health outcomes. Quality improvement approaches in midwifery, obstetrics and gynecology are needed to ensure that all women receive high-quality, safe, and person-centered care.