Share

Job satisfaction and retention of health-care providers in Afghanistan and Malawi

Journal Article
(Published February, 2014)
Fogarty, L. (Author),
Kim, Y.M. (Author),
Tappis, H, (Author),
Zainullah, P. (Author),
Rozario, A. (Author),
Juon, H. (Author),
Noh, J.W. (Author)
0 votes
0 comments
462 views

This study describes job satisfaction and intention to stay on the job among primary health-care providers in Afghanistan and Malawi. Variations in job satisfaction and intention to stay, differed substantially, demonstrating need for more detailed comparative human resources for health. Using cross-sectional design, 87 health care providers in 32 primary health care facilities in Afghanistan and 360 providers in 10 regional hospitals in Malawi reported satisfaction with their jobs. Predictors of satisfaction varied; extent predictors explained variations in job satisfaction and intention to stay on job differed substantially.

Downloads for this Resource

FileSize
257.55 KB
Citation: 
Fogarty L, Kim Y-M, Juon H-S, Tappis, H, Noh, J, Partamin. Job satisfaction and retention of health-care providers in Afganistan and Malawi. Hum Resour Health. 2014. 12(11).