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Critical success factors for the implementation and adoption of e-learning for junior health care workers in dadaab refugee camp kenya

Published inHuman Resources for health, vol. 17, no. 1
Publication date2019
Abstract

This paper presents the results of a case study that analyses the critical factors that influence the implementation of professional health education via blended learning in Dadaab refugee camp. It explores innovative solutions to the issues facing refugees looking for professional health training, namely the health workforce shortage and lack of training opportunities. It outlines social and political factors that impact professional health education for refugee youth. It outlines barriers and facilitators on the implementation of ‘Distance Basic Training of Healthcare Professionals', a blended training course provided by the University of Geneva to junior health care personnel in Dadaab Refugee camp.

Keywords
  • Capacity bulding
  • Health workforce
  • Fragile context
  • Refugee youth
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BURKARDT, Aude Dinah, KRAUSE, Nicerine, RIVAS VELARDE, Minerva. Critical success factors for the implementation and adoption of e-learning for junior health care workers in dadaab refugee camp kenya. In: Human Resources for health, 2019, vol. 17, n° 1. doi: 10.1186/s12960-019-0435-8
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