TASK SHARING SURGICAL METHODS OF CONTRACEPTION: A CASE STUDY OF CLINICAL OFFICERS IN UGANDA

The overall objective of this assessment, TASK SHARING SURGICAL METHODS OF CONTRACEPTION: A CASE STUDY OF CLINICAL OFFICERS IN UGANDA, was to document the feasibility and scalability of surgical methods of contraception to clinical officers in Uganda. The specific objectives were: (1) To describe the experiences and challenges of clinical officers involved in provision of surgical methods of family planning; (2) To identify recommendations and perspectives on task sharing from other stakeholders in the health sector; (3) To assess the resource and capacity requirements for implementing task sharing in health facilities in Uganda; (4) To develop an implementation strategy necessary for effective scale-up of task sharing into the national health systems; (5)To recommend necessary updates to the current MoH Policy Guidelines and Service Standards for SRHR; and (6) To develop implementation guidelines for scaling up task sharing of surgical methods of contraception.

View the brief of the report: Task Sharing Surgical Methods of Contraception in Uganda: Making the Case for Clinical Officers from Marie Stopes Uganda.

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