Supervision and On-the-Job Training for Supply Chain Management at the Health Facility

Supervision guidelines serve as a resource for both supervisors and supervisees in how to prepare for a supervision visit, what to expect during a visit, and what follow-up actions should be taken post-visit. A sample supervision checklist complete with job aids provides county programs with ready-to-use guidelines that can easily be adapted and customized according to country-specific contexts

Capacity building, Management, Monitoring & Evaluation

  • Sub-categories Human Resource
  • Commodities Diagnostics, Medicines, Mosquito nets, Reproductive health products, Vaccines
  • Latest update 2016-07-26 20:11:00
  • Version None
  • Developed by USAID | DELIVER PROJECT
  • When to use Supervision guidelines serve as a resource for both supervisors and supervisees in how to prepare for a supervision visit, what to expect during a visit, and what follow-up actions should be taken post-visit. A sample supervision checklist complete with job aids provides county programs with ready-to-use guidelines that can easily be adapted and customized according to country-specific contexts
  • Languages English
  • Level of use Central, District, Regional
  • Form
  • Amount of training / TA required None
  • Inputs & outputs None
  • Cost Free
  • Advantages This document provides basic guidance and tools for supervision of health facility staff and on-thejob training for commodity management/logistics activities at the health facility level. The tools can be customized and tailored to specific program and country needs. Use of the tools will help the supervisor and facility staff to identify and address areas that need attention and subsequently improve staff and logistics system performance. These guidelines should be used along with any standard operating procedures (SOPs) that are already used at the country level. Finally, these guidelines are specific to commodity management and logistics; they can be combined with other available tools or resources that focus on other areas of health facility operations, such as client service, service provision, or management and administration.
  • Limitations None
  • Availability Downloadable PDF Only
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  • Contact jsinfo@jsi.com
  • Submission date 2016-07-26 02:00:00