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Table 1 Health Service Gaps in Jordan

From: Assessment of the health needs of Syrian refugees in Lebanon and Syria’s neighboring countries

Author General Area Summary of Findings
Ay et al. [59] General Needs assessment among PHC services; acute diseases (57%), dental (40%), vaccinations (40%), chronic diseases (37%), OBGYN (33%), emergency care (25%).
Doocy et al. [22] General Main barriers to not seeking health care were cost (65%), and medicine being out of stock (10%).
Al-Fahoum et al. [20] General, Nutrition Perceived insufficient health services (75%), concerns regarding access to nutrition (64%).
Basheti et al. [29] General, Mental Health Disagreed proper medical care was being provided (38%), reported high need for psychological support (46%).
Abo-Hilal et al. [60] Mental Health General lack of mental health services – NGO perspective.
Bouchghoul et al. [26] Women’s Health Women with antenatal complications successfully referred to a hospital (88%).
Krause et al. [61] Women’s Health Limited access to clinical management of rape, quality of obstetric care was criticized by refugees.
Tappis et al. [27] Women’s Health Cost was cited as a major factor for care-seeking decisions related to maternal health
Doocy et al. [3] NCDs High care seeking behavior for NCD treatment (85%), main barrier was cost.
Al Qadire et al. [62] NCDs (Cancer) Gap in seeking medical care for cancer symptoms; did not have insurance (83%), worried what might be found (77%), could not get an appointment (52%).
West et al. [63] Family Planning Poor knowledge of available services, low prioritization, need for more female staff.
Roberton et al. [33] Vaccines Difficulty in obtaining vaccines (34%).