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Table 6 Tasks rated as highly critical that HEWS did not learn during pre-service education (N = 82)

From: Identifying gaps in the practices of rural health extension workers in Ethiopia: a task analysis study

  Percent of providers who rated the task as:
Priority tasks High criticality % Learned during in-service or on the job training % Never trained at all %
Establish and demonstrate community-appropriate sanitation technologies 89.1 53.6 4.9
Establish and maintain occupational health safety management system 84.1 52.5 6.1
Conduct community diagnosis of communicable disease 92.7 50.0 3.7
Manage supplies stocks and maintenance at facility 86.6 53.6 11.0
Diagnose and treat minor uncomplicated diseases 84.1 53.6 3.7
Prevent and control non-communicable diseases 84.1 48.8 3.7
Counsel, test & refer mothers for PMTCT 82.6 52.5 2.4
Provide Integrated Management of Newborn and Child Illness (IMNCI) 90.2 52.4 22.0
Provide institutional clean and safe delivery services 90.2 48.8 15.9
Provide essential newborn care services 89.0 46.3 3.7
Provide Integrated Community Case Management (ICCM) 86.5 72.0 2.4
Manage cold chain system 84.1 50.0 8.5
Act as clinical preceptor, including facilitation of learning activities 87.8 64.6 4.9
Participate in research activities focusing on data management and reporting 80.4 54.9 11.0