Exploring the perspectives and experiences of health workers at primary health facilities in Kenya following training

@inproceedings{Jenkins2013ExploringTP,
  title={Exploring the perspectives and experiences of health workers at primary health facilities in Kenya following training},
  author={Rachel M. Jenkins and Caleb Joseph Othieno and Stephen Onyango Okeyo and Julyan Aruwa and Janet Wallcraft and Ben Jenkins},
  booktitle={International Journal of Mental Health Systems},
  year={2013}
}
BackgroundA cluster randomised controlled trial (RCT) of a national Kenyan mental health primary care training programme demonstrated a significant impact for health workers on the health, disability and quality of life of their clients, despite a severe shortage of medicines in the clinics (Jenkins et al.:37–47, 2012). In order to better understand the potential reasons for the improved outcomes in the intervention group, the experiences of the participating health workers were explored… CONTINUE READING
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