Designing Evidence-Based Incentives to Attract and Retain Health Workers Using the Rapid Retention Survey Toolkit

August 16, 2018

Based on the USAID-funded CapacityPlus "Rapid Retention Survey Toolkit: Designing Evidence-Based Incentives for Health Workers," this course will orient participants on how to use a rapid discrete choice experiment (DCE) methodology to design evidence-based incentives to attract and retain health workers in rural and remote areas. This course was designed to be used in conjunction with the Toolkit, and it is strongly recommended that you have a copy of the Toolkit open as you take the lessons.

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discrete choice experiment methodology, evidence-based approaches, health workers