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Acci'on asistencial : c'omo superar los obst'aculos en los distritos / Abdullahi Mohamed Ahmed, Edwin Mung'ong'o y Elifinya Massawe
Ahmed, Abdullahi Mohamed; Mung'ong'o, Edwin; Massawe, Elifinya ( 1991 )
C'omo elevar la calidad de la acci'on asistencial de distrito / Abdullahi M. Ahmed ... [et al.]
Ahmed, Abdullahi Mohamed; Desta, Alemayehu; Tekle, Kifle; Mweta, Elias A ( 1993 )
Comment améliorer les soins au niveau du district / Abdullahi M. Ahmed ... [et al.]
Ahmed, Abdullahi Mohamed; Desta, Alemayehu; Tekle, Kifle; Mweta, Elias A ( 1993 )
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Déclaration du représentant des Associations du Personnel de l'OMS
Conseil exécutif, 79 ( 1987 )
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Job satisfaction among community health workers in Zahedan District, Islamic Republic of Iran
Kebriaei, A.; Moteghedi, M.S. ( 2009 )
Abstract

We conducted a cross-sectional survey among 74 community health workers in rural health houses to investigate overall job satisfaction and satisfaction with 8 aspects of the job [work itself, co-workers, management, workload, promotion, organizational structure, working conditions, and payment and benefits]. Data were collected by a self-administered questionnaire based on the Job Descriptive Index and the Employee Satisfaction Inventory. Overall job satisfaction of respondents was moderate. They were satisfied with the work itself and co-workers, but very dissatisfied with all other aspects, especially payments and benefits. Providing opportunities for promotion and improving payments and work conditions would increase overall job satisfaction and promote quality of care

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Job satisfaction and burnout among Palestinian nurses
Abushaikha, L.; Saca Hazboun, H. ( 2009 )
Abstract

An exploratory descriptive study design was used to investigate job satisfaction and burnout among Palestinian nurses. A random sample of 152 nurses was recruited from private hospitals. The instruments included a demographic questionnaire, the Minnesota satisfaction questionnaire and the Maslach burnout inventory. Respondents reported moderate levels of job satisfaction and moderate burnout. Palestinian nurses face many challenges in their daily work due to decreased chances of job advancement and emotional exhaustion which may lead to job dissatisfaction. Health care administrators and policy-makers have a responsibility to find solutions to problems that cause job dissatisfaction and burnout among nurses to ensure the delivery of quality health care services

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Job satisfaction of female Saudi nurses
El Gilany, A.; Al Wehady, A. ( 2001 )
Abstract

This study aimed to assess the degree of satisfaction of 233 Saudi female nurses with their work and to study the factors that might increase their satisfaction. Data were collected through a self-administered questionnaire. More than 87% and 92% of nurses were satisfied with their work place and the role assigned respectively. The majority of them preferred one-shift duty because of social and family obligations. To increase their satisfaction there is a need to improve the social attitude towards the nursing profession and to provide more comfortable working conditions

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Labour market changes and job insecurity : a challenge for social welfare and health promotion / edited by Jane E. Ferrie ... [et al.]
Ferrie, Jane E; Marmot, Michael; Griffiths, John; Ziglio, Erio; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1999 )
Leprosy workers [letter] / R. Premkumar & Sujai Suneetha
Premkumar, R; Suneetha, Sujai ( 1993 )
Personnel de lutte antilépreuse [lettre] / R. Premkumar & Sujai Suneetha
Premkumar, R; Suneetha, Sujai ( 1993 )
Les prestations de santé au niveau du district : comment surmonter les obstacles / Abdullahi Mohamed Ahmed, Edwin Mung'ong'o & Elifinya Massawe
Ahmed, Abdullahi Mohamed; Mung'ong'o, Edwin; Massawe, Elifinya ( 1991 )
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Pursuing better health care delivery at district level / Abdullahi M. Ahmed ... [et al.]
Ahmed, Abdullahi Mohamed; Desta, Alemayehu; Tekle, Kifle; Mweta, Elias A ( 1993 )
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[Satisfaction of pharmacists in Lebanon and the prospect for clinical pharmacy]
Bou Antoun, R.; Salameh, P. ( 2009 )
Abstract

We conducted a questionnaire survey among community and pharmaceutical company pharmacists in Lebanon to evaluate their satisfaction with their professional status and their willingness to work as clinical pharmacists. The majority of community pharmacists were satisfied with their professional situation [> 50%], except for the financial aspect [40%]. For pharmaceutical company pharmacists, only 33% thought that their profession had a positive image. However, > 65% were satisfied with social and financial standing. About 25% of pharmacists in pharmaceutical companies were ready to switch to clinical pharmacy with less income. Over 75% of the community pharmacists were prepared to apply clinical pharmacy in their practice and would be ready to attend courses for this purpose

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Statement by the representative of the WHO Staff Associations
Executive Board, 79 ( 1987 )
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Tackling obstacles to health care delivery at district level / Abdullahi Mohamed Ahmed, Edwin Mung'ong'o & Elifinya Massawe
Ahmed, Abdullahi Mohamed; Mung'ong'o, Edwin; Massawe, Elifinya ( 1991 )
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Validity and reliability of the Persian [Farsi] version of the Job Content Questionnaire: a study among hospital nurses
Choobineh, A.; Ghaem, H.; Ahmedinejad, P. ( 2011 )
Abstract

Stress is an increasingly important occupational health problem, even in developing countries such as the Islamic Republic of Iran. The Job Content Questionnaire [JCQ] is a widely used self-administered instrument to measure dimensions of job stress in the workplace. This study describes the preparation of a Persian [Farsi] language version of the questionnaire [P-JCQ]. In the first stage, linguistic validation was done by forward and backward translation. In the psychometric evaluation stage, the reliability and validity of the P-JCQ were explored among 107 hospital nurses in Shiraz city. Cronbach alpha coefficients for decision latitude and psychological job demands scales were 0.54 and 0.58 respectively and ranged from 0.64 to 0.85 for other scales. Exploratory factor analysis showed 3 meaningful factors that could explain support, psychological job demands and physical loads and hazard exposure. The P-JCQ has satisfactory linguistic validity and psychometric properties, provided the recommended factor pattern is used

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When staff is underpaid : dealing with the individual coping strategies of health personnel / Wim Van Lerberghe ... [et al.]
Lerberghe, Wim van; Conceição, Claudia; Damme, Wim van; Ferrinho, Paulo ( 2002 )
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Заявление представителя Ассоциаций персонала ВОЗ
Исполнительный комитет, 79 сессия ( 1987 )
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بيان من ممثل جمعيات موظفي المنظمة
المجلس التنفيذي, 79 ( 1987 )
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