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Table 1 Data sources

From: Public private partnership in the training of doctors after the 1990s’ health sector reforms: the case of Tanzania

Source of data Data type and volume Area assessed in the cycle
Documents ▪ Published reports and articles
▪ The Private Hospitals (Regulation Amendment) Act, 1991
▪ The proposal for health sector reforms, 1994
▪ National Higher Education Policy, 1999
▪ The Universities Act, 2005
▪ The National Public Private Partnership (PPP) Policy, 2009
▪ Content
▪ Context
▪ Actors
▪ Process
▪ Impact (outcomes)
Key informants ▪ Twelve interviews with key informants from the public sector (four government ministries and one training institution)
Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC)
President’s Office, Regional administration and local Government (PORALG)
Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST)
President’s Office Public Service Management (POPSM)
Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS)
▪ Eight interviews with key informants from the private sector
Four interviews with key informants from private not-for-profit training institutions
Two interviews with key informants from the private for-profit training institution
One interview with a key informant from the Christian Social Services Commission
One interview with a key informant from the Association of Private Health Facilities in Tanzania
▪ Process
▪ Impact (outcomes)