The structural quality of Tanzanian primary health facilities.

@article{Gilson1995TheSQ,
  title={The structural quality of Tanzanian primary health facilities.},
  author={Lucy L. Gilson and M Magomi and E Mkangaa},
  journal={Bulletin of the World Health Organization},
  year={1995},
  volume={73 1},
  pages={105-14}
}
Structural quality is a key element in the quality of care provided at the primary level, which aims to offer health care interventions of proven efficacy. This assessment of the structural quality of Tanzanian primary health services indicated serious weaknesses in the available physical infrastructure, as well as supervision and other support, both for government and nongovernmental services and for dispensary and first referral-level services. Addressing these weaknesses is likely to require… CONTINUE READING

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