PATIENTS ATTITUDES TOWARDS PRIVACY IN A NEPALESE PUBLIC HOSPITAL A CROSS SECTIONAL SURVEY
Background Many people in western countries assume that privacy and confidentiality are features of most medical consultations. However, in many developing countries consultations take place in a public setting where privacy is extremely limited. This is often said to be culturally acceptable but there is little research to determine if this is true. This research sought to determine the attitudes of patients in eastern Nepal towards privacy in consultations. A structured survey was...[Show more]
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