This article compares results from interviews with DMPA-SC providers in two separate pilot studies: 1) 53 medical and nursing school students teaching women how to self-inject (2016–2017); and 2) 34 lay community health workers providing DMPA-SC in rural areas of Lualaba (2017). All providers gave information on socio-demographic characteristics, recruitment,) training, supervision, experience and satisfaction with the provision of DMPA-SC. The paper examines variations in responses from the different provider cadres.
Institutional Author(s): Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Kinshasa University School of Public Health, École de Santé Publique de Lubumbashi
Individual Author(s): Julie Hernandez, Pierre Akilimali, Annie Glover, Rebecca Emel, Albert Mwembo, Jane T Bertrand
Publication date: July, 2018