Great progress made at Uganda workshop

March 14, 2018

The PERFORM2Scale consortium partners gathered in Kampala earlier this month for a busy and highly productive fortnight of workshops and discussions. Representatives from the partner institutions in Uganda, Malawi, Ghana, Netherlands, Switzerland, Ireland and the UK met to develop a better understanding of the health systems management strengthening intervention, to consider its application in the… Read More »

Ethical approval granted

January 20, 2018

Very pleased to report that we have ethical approval for all international-level research for the PERFORM2Scale programme – so that’s Ghana, Malawi and Uganda, plus through Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. We’re on track to begin the management interventions in April!

HR in health global forum presentation

November 30, 2017

Earlier this month, PERFORM2Scale consortium members attended and spoke at the Fourth Global Forum on Human Resources for Health in Dublin, which this year focused on building the health workforce of the future. We delivered a short presentation entitled ‘Strengthening decentralised human resource management to improve health workforce performance‘ in the ‘Health workforce policy and… Read More »

PERFORM2Scale project update

November 8, 2017

We have been busy in this preparatory year, establishing the PERFORM2Scale consortium, developing the research and intervention tools and engaging with national stakeholders. We had a large consortium meeting in March in Liverpool to launch the programme and to begin the process of developing a detailed research protocol. Partners from Ghana, Ireland, Malawi, the Netherlands,… Read More »

PERFORM2Scale partners coming together for initial workshop

March 23, 2017

Partners for the new PERFORM 2scale project will be coming together for the first project workshop, being held at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine on 27th – 31st March 2017. PERFORM2scale is bringing to scale a management strengthening intervention approach originally developed by the original PERFORM project, which ran from 2012 to 2016, and… Read More »