This evaluation presents analysis and outcomes of Collaboration for Health Systems Analysis and Innovation (CHESAI) over the past five years.
Evaluations-Published dateFriday, September 2, 2016 - 04:00
Journal articlesCHILD HEALTH HEALTH SYSTEM HEALTH EDUCATION PRIMARY HEALTH CARE HUMAN RESOURCES HEALTH POLICY POLITICAL WILL HEALTH-CARE DELIVERY HEALTH PLANNING HEALTH FINANCING ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE
This in-depth report examines the South African school health service, and considers its design and intentions against international models.Published dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 05:00
Journal articlesHEALTH SYSTEM SYSTEMS ANALYSIS PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT TRUST WORKING CONDITIONS ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE OPERATIONS RESEARCH DECISION MAKING HEALTH-CARE DELIVERY HEALTH EQUITY
This case study of one urban sub-district in Cape Town was developed as part of a wider action learning project partnership – the District Innovation and Action Learning for Health System Development (DIALHS) project – which aims to understand andPublished dateWednesday, January 2, 2013 - 05:00
Journal articlesHEALTH SYSTEM HEALTH ADMINISTRATION SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH INTERSECTORAL COOPERATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS Capacity building ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE UNIVERSITIES RESEARCH NETWORKS
Health policy and systems research : needs, challenges and opportunities in South Africa – a university perspective
Health Policy and Systems Research (HPSR) addresses systemic challenges in order to improve service delivery while supporting implementation of public health priority programmes, and thus contributing to improved population health.Published dateWednesday, January 2, 2013 - 05:00
Adding a social science perspective to the field of health policy and systems research can help developing countries address health problems in a more comprehensive way.
Journal articlesTRUST HEALTH SYSTEM PROGRAMME OWNERSHIP TASK PERFORMANCE AND ANALYSIS SYSTEMS ANALYSIS QUALITY OF WORKING LIFE JOB SATISFACTION CAREGIVERS
Exploring the influence of trust relationships on motivation in the health sector : a systematic review
Motivational factors identified as linked to trust include respect; recognition, appreciation and rewards; supervision; teamwork; management support; autonomy; communication, feedback and openness; and staff shortages and resource inadequacy.Published dateFriday, January 2, 2015 - 05:00