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1Supportive supervision to improve the quality and outcome of outpatient care among malnourished children: a cluster randomised trial in Arua district, Uganda
Marzia Lazzerini,Humphrey Wanzira,Peter Lochoro,Richard Muyinda,Giulia Segafredo,Henry Wamani,Giovanni Putoto
BMJ Global Health.2019;4(4)e001339
2Towards improved health service quality in Tanzania: An approach to increase efficiency and effectiveness of routine supportive supervision
Sabine Renggli,Iddy Mayumana,Dominick Mboya,Christopher Charles,Justin Maeda,Christopher Mshana,Flora Kessy,Fabrizio Tediosi,Constanze Pfeiffer,Alexander Schulze,Ann Aerts,Christian Lengeler,Joshua Yukich
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3Towards improved health service quality in Tanzania: contribution of a supportive supervision approach to increased quality of primary healthcare
Sabine Renggli,Iddy Mayumana,Dominick Mboya,Christopher Charles,Christopher Mshana,Flora Kessy,Tracy R. Glass,Christian Lengeler,Alexander Schulze,Ann Aerts,Constanze Pfeiffer
BMC Health Services Research.2019;19(1)e0202735
4The role of supportive supervision using mobile technology in monitoring and guiding program performance: a case study in Nigeria, 2015–2016
Sisay G. Tegegne,Faisal Shuaib,Fiona Braka,Pascal Mkanda,Tesfaye B. Erbeto,Aron Aregay,Oyaole D. Rasheed,Akpan G. Ubong,Njie Alpha,Ahmed Khedr,Mirghani A. Isameldin,Yared G. Yehushualet,Charity Warigon,Usman Adamu,Eunice Damisa,Bassey Okposen,Peter Nsubuga,Rui G. Vaz,Wondimagegnehu Alemu
BMC Public Health.2018;18(S4)e0202735
5The Global call for action on infection prevention and control
Gertrude Sika Avortri,Juliet Nabyonga-Orem
International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance.2019;32(6)927
6Embedding systematic quality assessments in supportive supervision at primary healthcare level: application of an electronic Tool to Improve Quality of Healthcare in Tanzania
Dominick Mboya,Christopher Mshana,Flora Kessy,Sandra Alba,Christian Lengeler,Sabine Renggli,Bart Vander Plaetse,Mohamed A. Mohamed,Alexander Schulze
BMC Health Services Research.2016;16(1)927
7Perspectives on Implementation Considerations and Costs of Malaria Case Management Supportive Supervision
M. James Eliades,Fozo Alombah,Jolene Wun,Sarah M. Burnett,Tiffany Clark,Raphael Ntumy,Augustine Chikoko,Samwel Onditi,Zahra Mkomwa,David Makanka,Paul Hamilton
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.2019;100(4)861
8Barriers to providing quality emergency obstetric care in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Healthcare providers’ perspectives on training, referrals and supervision, a mixed methods study
Anne Austin,Hanna Gulema,Maria Belizan,Daniela S Colaci,Tamil Kendall,Mahlet Tebeka,Mengistu Hailemariam,Delayehu Bekele,Lia Tadesse,Yemane Berhane,Ana Langer
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth.2015;15(1)861
9A systematic review of supportive supervision as a strategy to improve primary healthcare services in Sub-Saharan Africa
Claire Bailey,Carolyn Blake,Michael Schriver,Vincent Kalumire Cubaka,Tisa Thomas,Adriane Martin Hilber
International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics.2016;132(1)117
10Effect of Integrated Supportive Supervision on the Quality of Health-Care Service Delivery in Katsina State, Northwest Nigeria
Shafique Sani Nass,Murtala Bindawa Isah,Aminu Sani
Health Services Research and Managerial Epidemiology.2019;6(1)233339281987861
11Coaching Intensity, Adherence to Essential Birth Practices, and Health Outcomes in the BetterBirth Trial in Uttar Pradesh, India
Dale A. Barnhart,Donna Spiegelman,Corwin M. Zigler,Nabihah Kara,Megan Marx Delaney,Tapan Kalita,Pinki Maji,Lisa R. Hirschhorn,Katherine E. A. Semrau
Global Health: Science and Practice.2020;8(1)38
12Outreach training and supportive supervision for malaria case management in Zambia: the effects of focused capacity building on indicators of diagnostic and clinical performance
Matt Worges,Nicole Whitehurst,Emanuel Yamo,Hawela Moonga,Joshua Yukich,Luis Benavente
Malaria Journal.2018;17(1)38
13Initial experiences and innovations in supervising community health workers for maternal, newborn, and child health in Morogoro region, Tanzania
Timothy Roberton,Jennifer Applegate,Amnesty E Lefevre,Idda Mosha,Chelsea M Cooper,Marissa Silverman,Isabelle Feldhaus,Joy J Chebet,Rose Mpembeni,Helen Semu,Japhet Killewo,Peter Winch,Abdullah H Baqui,Asha S George
Human Resources for Health.2015;13(1)38
14Development and validation of the ExPRESS instrument for primary health care providers’ evaluation of external supervision
Michael Schriver,Vincent Kalumire Cubaka,Peter Vedsted,Innocent Besigye,Per Kallestrup
Global Health Action.2018;11(1)1445466
15Effect of support supervision on maternal and newborn health services and practices in Rural Eastern Uganda
Angela N. Kisakye,Rornald Muhumuza Kananura,Elizabeth Ekirapa-Kiracho,John Bua,Martha Akulume,Gertrude Namazzi,Suzanne Namusoke Kiwanuka
Global Health Action.2017;10(sup4)1345496