Job Satisfaction of Midwives Working in Labor Ward of the Lady Dufferin Hospital : A Cross-Sectional Study

  title={Job Satisfaction of Midwives Working in Labor Ward of the Lady Dufferin Hospital : A Cross-Sectional Study},
  author={B. Muhammadani},
  • B. Muhammadani
  • Published 2015
Health workforce is a fundamental component of health system and plays a significant role in delivering effective health care services. However, there is a crucial shortage of skilled personnel which make them prone to work in stressful conditions. In spite of excessively high workload and burnout among the staff, little attention is given to their job satisfaction level which has serious implications on the productivity and effective performance of staff to achieve organizational goals… CONTINUE READING


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