Clinics and home-based care organisations: an interface between theformal and informal health sectors.

@article{Boros2010ClinicsAH,
  title={Clinics and home-based care organisations: an interface between theformal and informal health sectors.},
  author={Adam Kenneth Boros},
  journal={African journal of AIDS research : AJAR},
  year={2010},
  volume={9 4},
  pages={
          315-24
        }
}
The article outlines the findings of a study designed to explore the working relationship between home-based caregivers and clinic nurses at locations in two informal settlements in Johannesburg, South Africa. By considering the views and experiences of both sponsored and unsponsored caregivers, the research focused on how degrees of informality affect this relationship. The nurse/caregiver relationship represents a primary interface between the formal and informal health sectors and is an… CONTINUE READING

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