Translating Training Objectives into Performance Outcomes.

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Translating Training Objectives into Performance Outcomes.

Health service providers are offered in-service training periodically to strengthen their ability to deliver services that are ethical, quality, timely and safe. Training aims to increase the capacity and confidence of providers to perform prescribed duties in line with existing and emerging best practice protocol by taking them through a learning continuum beginning with knowledge sharing, belief stirring, attitude reorientation and practice enhancements. Not all training courses have successfully resulted in intended service delivery outcomes because of poor curriculum content and design, inappropriate facilitation skills and unconducive training ambience.

The Delivering Innovation in Self Care (DISC) project aims at enabling women take more control over their sexual and reproductive health (SRH) needs beginning with self-injection of DMPA-SC. To achieve this, the project developed a Moment of Truth’ innovation which is a proven training model focused on the improving consumer/provider interaction that leads to an increase in the voluntary conversion rate to self-injection among women who opt for injectable contraception. A preliminary survey revealed that only 15% of women chose to self-inject in the private sector indicating a low SI voluntary adoption rate (PATH, 2018).

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