Project :
Evaluation of the Impact of a New Evidence-based Medicine Program
Year
2013
Partner(s) :
ABT Associates
Program(s) :
Research
Pillar(s) :
Civil Society Empowerment

Evaluation of the Impact of a New Evidence-based Medicine Program

2013

The Information and Research Center (IRCKHF) conducted a survey to measure the knowledge, attitudes and behaviors among participating family planning providers in Jordan. The survey was funded by Abt Associates as part of the Strengthening Family Planning project, which aims to evaluate the impact of new evidence-based medicine (EBM) program. The IRCKHF pre-tested the instruments, recruited data collectors and data entry clerks, prepared for and conducted interviewer training and conducted face-to-face interviews with approximately 306 providers in Amman (218), Zarqa (50), the North (23), and the South (15).

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Jordanian Shadow Report for ‘Convention on the Rights ...
Children and Reading: An Environmental Assessment
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