Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Establishing sustainable performance-based incentive schemes: views of rural health workers from qualitative research in three sub-Saharan African countries

Maurice  Ye

Maurice Ye

qualifications: Medical Doctor

contribution: original concept

position: Head

Maurice Yé is a medical doctor who graduated at the University Faculty Medicine of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso in 2001. From 2002 to 2006 he led the Nouna Health District in remote area where he was in charge of overseeing health care provision and District Health Planning playing the role of interface between peripheral health services and the Ministry of Health. Afterward he joined the University of Heidelberg in August 2006 to attend the Master course in International Health where he obtained the degree of Master in International Health in September 2007. He has 7 years working experience at government health services level as a health district manager, and 4 years experience at health research field as a junior researcher and his coordinating the training and researches activities at the Centre de recherché en santé de Nouna. my main focus is health system research and health financing.


Gifty Apiung Aninanya

Dr Gifty Aninanya

qualifications: Master Health Promotion

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Senior researcher in charge

Ghana

I am a Lecturer and a Quality Assurance Officer with a wide range of skills and experiences related to improving adolescents, maternal, neonatal and child health. My experiences cover most especially malaria, adolescent sexual and reproductive health, maternal, newborn and child health issues, health systems, gender advocacy, programme planning, and monitoring and evaluation of health intervention programmes. I also have vast experience in HIV and AIDS research. Additionally, I possess the requisite expertise in conducting research and using statistical software packages such as QSR Nvivo for qualitative data analysis. I am also an effective facilitator and have a good command of the English language. In addition, I possess a team spirit, and committed to continuous learning in any field I find myself to champion the course for improved adolescent, maternal and child health outcomes. Last but not the least, I have an excellent working knowledge and experiences with the internet, and Microsoft Office programmes such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Excel.


Ali  Sié

Ali Sié

qualifications: Medical Doctor

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Director


Deodatus CV Kakoko

Deodatus Kakoko

qualifications: PhD

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Head


Samual  Chatio

Samual Chatio

qualifications: Msc Social scientist

contribution: supervised data collection

position: Senior researcher


Moubassira  Kagoné

Moubassira Kagoné

qualifications: MSocSci

contribution: supervised data collection

position: Junior researcher


Helen  Prytherch

Helen Prytherch

qualifications: MPH , social scientist

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Senior researcher

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) www.qualmat.net


Svetla  Loukanova

Svetla Loukanova

qualifications: Medical Doctor

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Senior researcher, Project coordinator


John E Williams

John Williams

qualifications: Medical Doctor

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Senior researcher


Rainer  Sauerborn

Rainer Sauerborn

qualifications: Medical Doctor

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Director


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