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National guidance and district-level practices in the supervision of community health workers in South Africa: A qualitative study
(Human Resources for Health, 2019)
Background: Supportive supervision is considered critical to community health worker programme performance, but there is relatively little understanding of how it can be sustainably done at scale. Supportive supervision ...
The supervisory relationships of community health workers in primary health care: social network analysis of ward-based outreach teams in Ngaka Modiri Molema District, South Africa
(BMJ Global Health, 2019)
Introduction Supportive supervision remains a key challenge to the sustainability of community health worker (CHW) programmes globally. The aim of the study was to identify critical actors and patterns of relationships in ...