Estimating human resource requirements for scaling up priority health interventions in low-income countries of Sub-Saharan Africa: A methodology based on service quantity, tasks and productivity (The QTP methodology).


Kurowski, C; Mills, A; (2006) Estimating human resource requirements for scaling up priority health interventions in low-income countries of Sub-Saharan Africa: A methodology based on service quantity, tasks and productivity (The QTP methodology). Working Paper. HEFP working paper 01/06, LSHTM,.

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