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Table 1 Summary of key workshop characteristics (Part 1), applied evaluation tools, and results (Part 2) in Uganda, Nigeria, and DR Congo

From: Strengthening healthcare providers’ capacity for safe abortion and post-abortion care services in humanitarian settings: lessons learned from the clinical outreach refresher training model (S-CORT) in Uganda, Nigeria, and the Democratic Republic of Congo

  Uganda Nigeria DR Congo
Part 1
 Partners Ipas, Médecins du Monde Ipas, CARE Save the Children, CARE, Ipas
 Settings Bidibidi refugee settlement, Yumbe District, West Nile region Maiduguri, Borno State Goma, North Kivu
 Dates April 2019 July 2019 August 2019
 Number of participants 21 (9 women, 12 men) 21 (18 women, 3 men) 30 (8 women, 22 men)
 Professions/ functions Physicians, midwives, nurses, clinical officers, medical coordinators Physician, midwives, nurses, community health extension workers (n = 10), radiologist (n = 1) Clinical and programmatic staff from CARE and Save the Children
 Duration 3 days
- 1 day on medication uterine evacuation
- 1 day on MVA uterine evacuation
- 1 day for the validation of clinical competencies
4 days
- 1 day on values clarification and attitude transformation
- 1 day on medication uterine evacuation
- 1 day on MVA
- 1 day for the validation of clinical competencies
4 days
- 1 day on values clarification and attitude transformation
- 1 day on MA
- 1 day on MVA
- 1 day for the validation of clinical competencies
Part 2
 Pre−/post-test knowledge scores - n with complete data = 18
- pre-test: 84%
- post-test: 89%
- n with complete data = 20
- pre: 45%
- post: 52%
- n with complete data = 27
- pre: 56%
- post: 76%
 Pre−/post-training competency checklist In-training use but data not collected In-training use but incomplete and unreliable data In-training use but incomplete and unreliable data
 Qualitative interview 1 FGD (3 women, 3 men)
1 IDI with co-trainer
2 FGD (corrupt audio files) 3 FGD with a total of 19 participants (5 women, 14 men)