Job satisfaction and motivation among public sector health workers: evidence from Ethiopia

@inproceedings{Hotchkiss2015JobSA,
  title={Job satisfaction and motivation among public sector health workers: evidence from Ethiopia},
  author={David R. Hotchkiss and Hailom Banteyerga and Manisha Tharaney},
  booktitle={Human resources for health},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Although human resources for health have received increased attention by health systems decision-makers and researchers in recent years, insufficient attention has been paid to understanding the factors that influence the performance of health workers. This empirical study investigates the factors that are associated with health worker motivation over time among public sector primary health care workers in Ethiopia. METHODS The study is based on data from public sector health… CONTINUE READING
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