Perceived unfairness in working conditions: The case of public health services in Tanzania

@inproceedings{Songstad2011PerceivedUI,
  title={Perceived unfairness in working conditions: The case of public health services in Tanzania},
  author={Nils Gunnar Songstad and Ole Bj\orn Rekdal and Deodatus Amadeus Massay and Astrid Blystad},
  booktitle={BMC health services research},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND The focus on the determinants of the quality of health services in low-income countries is increasing. Health workers' motivation has emerged as a topic of substantial interest in this context. The main objective of this article is to explore health workers' experience of working conditions, linked to motivation to work. Working conditions have been pointed out as a key factor in ensuring a motivated and well performing staff. The empirical focus is on rural public health services in… CONTINUE READING
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