Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Maternal and newborn healthcare providers in rural Tanzania: in-depth interviews exploring influences on motivation, performance and job satisfaction

Helen  Prytherch

Helen Prytherch

qualifications: MPH

contribution: literature review, qualitative analysis using NVivo, wrote the first draft, contributed to development of interview guideline

position: Work package coordinator

Public Health Practitioner with work experience from sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Europe. Currently coordinate a work package exploring the motivation of health workers at primary level facilities in rural Burkina Faso, Ghana and Tanzania in the frame of the research project Quality of Maternal and Neonatal Care: Briding the Know-do Gap (QUALMAT)

Deodatus CV Kakoko

Deodatus Kakoko

qualifications: PhD

contribution: contributed to development of interview guideline, collected data, transcribed data, endorsed each stage of qualitative analysis

position: Researcher

Melkizedeck  Leshabari

Melkizedeck Leshabari

qualifications: PhD

contribution: gained ethnical clearance for the study, devised survey tool, supervised data collection, contributed to drafts

position: Country principal investigator

Tanzania, United Republic of

University professor, research interest (motivation of health care workers in African countries, issues related to key populations in Africa, maternal and neonatal health in Africa, adolescent health issues, intentional and unintentional injuries, social and cultural determinants if health, social and cultural construction of health and illness

Rainer  Sauerborn

Rainer Sauerborn

qualifications: MD

contribution: original concept, contribued to development of interview guideline, supervised stages of qualitative analysis

position: Director

Michael  Marx

Michael Marx

qualifications: MD

contribution: original concept, supervised literature review, contributed to drafts

position: Senior Researcher

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