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Assessing quality of health services in Sierra Leone: Applying principles of good governance for downward accountabilityDownload
Background: A decade after the civil war, Sierra Leone still struggles to provide health services to its rural and remote communities. Primary healthcare delivery is challenged not only by dilapidated infrastructure and resource constraints, but by weak governance. Strengthening participation,...
Despite a significant amount of literature on primary health care, little is understood about primary health care expansion. The current study examines community health centre (CHC) board governance during a period of expansion. Participants (board members) were identified through the publically...
Health care organizations are increasingly looking towards information and communication technology to make fundamental changes for quality improvement. Despite numerous potential benefits, the integration of information and communication technology in health care is still hampered by various...
Depression is a serious global health problem. It creates a huge economic burden on society and on families and has serious and pervasive health impacts on the individual and their families. Specialized psychiatric services are often scarce and thus the bulk of care delivery for depression has...