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Challenges to fair decision-making processes in the context of health care services: a qualitative assessment from Tanzania
(BioMed Central, 2012-06-07)
Background: Fair processes in decision making need the involvement of stakeholders who can discuss issues and reach an agreement based on reasons that are justifiable and appropriate in meeting people’s needs. In Tanzania, ...
Challenges of disseminating clinical practice guidelines in a weak health system: the case of HIV and infant feeding recommendations in Tanzania
(BioMed Central, 2014-12-23)
Background: Clinical guidelines aim to improve patient outcomes by providing recommendations on appropriate healthcare for specific clinical conditions. Scientific evidence produced over time leads to change in clinical ...
Accountable priority setting for trust in health systems - the need for research into a new approach for strengthening sustainable health action in developing countries
(BioMed Central, 2009-10-24)
Abstract Despite multiple efforts to strengthen health systems in low and middle income countries, intended sustainable improvements in health outcomes have not been shown. To date most priority ...
The accountability for reasonableness approach to guide priority setting in health systems within limited resources - findings from action research at district level in Kenya, Tanzania, and Zambia
(BioMed Central, 2014-08-20)
Background: Priority-setting decisions are based on an important, but not sufficient set of values and thus lead to disagreement on priorities. Accountability for Reasonableness (AFR) is an ethics-based approach to a ...