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A Conceptual Framework for the Analysis of Health Care Organizations' Performance
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This paper uses Parsons' social system action theory to develop a comprehensive theoretically grounded framework by which to overcome the current fragmented approach to HCO performance management. Expand
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A Review of Organizational Performance Assessment in Health Care
As health care organizations look for ways to ensure cost-effective, high quality service delivery while still meeting patient needs, organizational performance assessment (OPA) is useful in focusingExpand
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Recension des principaux facteurs d'attraction, d'installation et de maintien des médecins en régions éloignées.
A literature search (restricted to Australia, Canada and the USA) finds out 37 papers dealing with the topic. The factors are grouped into 3 areas : personal, occupational and environmental. In eachExpand
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[Inventory of the main factors determining the attraction, installation and retention of physicians in remote areas].
  • H. Bilodeau, N. Leduc
  • Business, Medicine
  • Cahiers de sociologie et de demographie medicales
  • 1 July 2003
A literature search (restricted to Australia, Canada and the USA) finds out 37 papers dealing with the topic. The factors are grouped into 3 areas: personal, occupational and environmental. In eachExpand
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Evaluation of the implementation fidelity of an ergonomic training program designed to prevent back pain.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the implementation fidelity of a multidimensional ergonomic program designed to prevent back pain injuries among healthcare personnel. The program, provided byExpand
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Collective Bargaining and Perceived Fairness: Validating the Conceptual Structure
The aim of this study is to conceptualize the “perceived fairness in the context of collective bargaining” and empirically validate its internal structure. This concept refers to employees’ justiceExpand
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Is evaluative research on youth suicide programs theory-driven? The Canadian experience.
An in-depth review found that only 15 Canadian youth suicide programs had been evaluated over the last decades. Most of these were conducted in schools; general education on suicide was the mostExpand
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The dynamics of strike votes: Perceived justice during collective bargaining
Summary Why do workers decide to go on strike or change their mind during a strike? This field study aims to determine to what extent employees' perceptions of justice formed during the collectiveExpand
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L'émigration des médecins québécois : Motifs de départ et de retour
Since the 80's, outmigration of physicians from Quebec is steadily increasing. About 46 percent of outmigrating doctors explain their move by factors related to their occupational life (higherExpand
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Effects of patient, physician and hospital characteristics on the likelihood of vaginal birth after previous cesarean section in Quebec.
Repeat cesarean section is a major factor contributing to the rising cesarean section rate. Although vaginal birth after a previous cesarean section (VBAC) is advocated in most cases, it has not yetExpand
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