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Research outputs: HEALTH CARE WORKERS

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2022 A comparative policy for the COVID-19 emergency management of frontline health workers in selected African countries

Health workers are often exposed to health risks and danger in the discharge of their duties. This is especially distressing during the COVI...

2022 Factors influencing healthcare workers' perception of South African health system capability for managing COVID-19 pandemic

During the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa in March 2020, there was an urgent mobilization of healthcare workers (HCWs) w...

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2021 Health-care workers: the reluctant heroes?

During the COVID-19 lockdown, for a few minutes each evening, a cacophony of buzzing from vuvuzelas, clinking from spoons beating on pots an...

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2021 Senior managers' experience with health, happiness, and motivation in hospitals and the perceived impact on health systems: the case of Meru county, Kenya

Hospitals play a significant role in health systems. Studies among the health workforce have revealed their experiences with mental health c...