Malaria Consortium has had extensive experience designing, developing, implementing and evaluating a variety of job aids. An integral part of our work is to strengthen capacity and improve the performance of health workers to be able to prevent, diagnose, treat and care for groups most at risk of malaria and other communicable diseases.
This paper describes Malaria Consortium’s iterative and research-based experience developing, implementing and evaluating job aids for community health workers and health facility workers in Mozambique, Nigeria, South Sudan and Uganda. It summarises six criteria critical for a well-designed job aid, and discusses challenges encountered and lessons learned.
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