PRIME II Technical Reports
Most PRIME II Technical Reports detail specific reproductive health care interventions, describing the context, methodology and results of a PRIME project and recommendations from its evaluation. Other reports focus on findings from needs assessments conducted prior to a training intervention or document follow-up studies that ascertain how well health care providers have retained the knowledge and skills they acquired during training. Research studies testing new approaches to service delivery were sometimes published as PRIME technical reports, often with implications for health care policies in particular countries.
Evaluation of the GRMA/PRIME Self-Directed Learning, Client-Provider Interaction and Adolescent Reproductive Health Initiative (November 2001)
Report No. 26
An evaluation of how well this project implemented by PRIME and the Ghana
Registered Midwives Association met its goal of demonstrating that
self-directed learning can improve the quality and accessibility of family
planning and reproductive health services for adolescents by enhancing
midwives’ client-provider interaction skills.