In its second activity package, the consortium’s Public Health Schools (PSUs) are expected to award 3 master’s scholarships to learners to produce evidence in their Learning and Research Health Zones (ZAR) respectively.
Three themes related to RIPSEC’s areas of interest were developed, but the focus was more focused on the priority issues identified in the initial analysis of Gombe Matadi. In the lines that follow, we present the synthesis of a topic exploited in 2016.
Theme 2: Problems of the effectiveness and functionality of the healthcare management teams, by Ag Melky IRONDO
The objective of the study was to determine the effectiveness and functionality of the health team teams as a team.
As an organization, the optimal functioning of a health zone depends on its management team. From the latter, the integrated leadership of the health zone to lead it towards development is assured.
However, there are still enormous problems related to the overall management of the Gombe Matadi ZS, which show that these structures do not seem to function normally.
To achieve this objective, a contrasting case study was conducted with two teams of the GOMBE MATADI and MALUKU II health zones using the qualitative and quantitative approach.
However, it was found that no ECZ was built according to the standards in the 2 ZS. Their members do not have the mastery of the concept of the work team, The ECZ meet according to the will of the MCZ.
Unlike the ECZ Gombe Matadi, the ECZ Maluku II has mastered its vision and objectives; This is due to non-compliance with standards, lack of vision and timing of meetings, low involvement of members in the planning process, and unclear objectives.
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