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Table 2
- Strategic management of the health workforce in developing countries: what have we learned?

Common tasks of district-level health managers

Task category
Examples

Needs assessment and planning
Analysis of context, health, health service and priority setting
Resource management
Human resources (selection, team management and communication, management of conflict, financial resources, facilities management (drugs, acquisition and maintenance of equipment), supervision of grassroots health workers
Systems management
Dissemination and interpretation of new health policies; development of practical implementation guidelines or measures for local area Intrasectoral collaboration (including referral systems) Intersectoral collaboration (e.g. between health facilities and schools) Social mobilization and community participation Regulation/coordination with private sector providers to address unexpected problems or regular campaigns
Monitoring and evaluation
Quality assurance, inspections, regular reporting to upper levels

Source: Adapted from [28]


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