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MSFeCARE is an electronic clinical decision support system designed to improve quality of care and rational use of antibiotics for childhood illnesses in children <5 years in primary health care. To assess the health workers’, patients’ and communities’ perception of MSFeCARE and its impact on consultation process we conducted a qualitative study six months after MSFeCARE deployment in Central African Republic.

This study was conducted by Paul Grohma on behalf of the MSF Vienna Evaluation Unit.
26/09/2017

This study was conducted to help identify factors for improving compliance to the programme, linkage and retention to care. The objectives included providing information and recommendations to the project team in order to support their understanding of local culture, health care perceptions and mobility patterns of the local fishing population, helping the team to formulate adapted messages and medical strategies as well as providing reports and tools to the project team to improve medical activities.

This study was conducted by Paul Grohma on behalf of the MSF Vienna Evaluation Unit.
01/03/2017