JSI Staff Contributes Chapter to New Book on Improving Health in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

May 27th, 2020 | News

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JSI’s John Bekiita Byabagambi, the senior technical advisor on the VMMC EpiC Project in South Africa, was selected to publish his case study on improving the quality of voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) in Uganda in a new book that captures years of experience improving health care outcomes in low- and middle-income countries. 

Each case study included in Improving Health Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries is written by health care managers and providers who have implemented health improvement projects. John has spent the last seven years supporting USAID-funded VMMC programs in East and Southern Africa. The book describes how frontline providers in health and social services can identify gaps in care, propose changes to fill those gaps, and test the ability of those changes to improve health processes and outcomes.  

Read John’s chapter, Improving the Quality of Voluntary Male Circumcision: A Case Study from Uganda.

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