This study aimed to evaluate the influence of educational factors on the choice of rural or urban sites of practice of health professionals in South Africa.
This study describes a ‘training’ need assessment conducted for health managers in a rural district which has informed Stellenbosch University Rural Medical Education Partnership Initiative (SURMEPI) continuing professional development activities.
The objective of this study was to assess adherence to selection criteria in the recruitment of ASHA workers and to assess their performance against their job descriptions in Karnataka state, India.
This study aimed to assess the challenges and opportunities of this approach from the perspective of PHC workers in a sub-Saharan African country.
The aim of this study was to assess the possible mismatch of obstetrical skills between the training offered in Ecuadorian medical schools and the tasks required for compulsory rural service.
This study was conducted to review the training and curricula of MLWs in Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Uganda, to ascertain areas for improvement.
This study aimed to use a mixed-method approach to investigate affecting factors on the performance of Community Health Workers (CHW) in Iran’s villages.
The purpose of this study was to provide a qualitative perspective on the changes that occurred after newly placed OB/GYNs began working at district hospitals in Ashanti, Ghana.
This study was designed to implement and evaluate the effectiveness of an educational program in Newborn Care, using best evidence teaching methods and content. Pre intervention, an audit of newborn care practices and documentation was performed using a structured checklist.