Supportive Supervision and Constructive Relationships with Healthcare Workers Support CHW Performance: Use of a Qualitative Framework to Evaluate CHW Programming in Uganda

Authors Ludwick, T. , Turyakira, E. , Kyomuhangi, T. , Manalili, K. , Robinson, S. , et. al.

Date 2018

Keywords Global, Research and Evaluation Methods, Scope of Practice, Training and Supervision

A qualitative study addressing community health worker performance in Uganda. Focus groups were conducted with both low and high performing teams to assess the impact of supervision, peer support, relationships with other healthcare providers and retention and incentive structures on CHW performance.