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Relationship Between Management Practices and Employee Absenteeism in Public General Hospitals of East-Central Uganda
(International Journal of Public Health Research, 2015-11-17)
Effective management practices play a pivotal role in influencing positive behavior among employees at the work place -. Absenteeism of employees signals organizational ill health. Studies indicate that management ...
Application of workload indicators of staffing needs (WISN) in determining health workers' requirements for Mityana general hospital, Uganda
(International Journal of Public Health Research, 2015-08-30)
With reducing number of health workers amidst increasing disease burden, ever increasing population and limited resources, health systems are faced with challenges of providing adequate and quality health care globally. ...
Improving Partograph Documentation and Use by Health Workers of Bwera Hospital
(Open Science, 2015-06-20)
In this action based research we undertook a pragmatic quality-improvement approach to the research. This article describes improvements realized when an action research was carried out on maternity department in Bwera ...
Communities’ Willingness to Pay for Healthcare in Public Health Facilities of Nakasongola District, Uganda
(International Journal of Public Health Research, 2015-08-20)
Poor countries continue to register decreasing revenue to finance health care amidst rising demand with consequently growing out of pocket expenditure on health exceeding 35% of the total health care expenditure; this ...
Quality and Use of Routine Healthcare Data in Selected Districts of Eastern Province of Rwanda
(International Journal of Public Health Research, 2016-05-03)
Strengthening of Health Management Information System (HMIS) is becoming an unavoidable task for most health systems in the World. As part of the strengthening (of HMIS), it is imperative that stakeholders undertake periodic ...
Prevalence and drug susceptibility of isolates of urinary tract infections among febrile under-fives in Nsambya Hospital, Uganda
(Open Science Journal of Clinical Medicine, 2015)
Background: Urinary tract infections remain a silent cause of morbidity and complications among under-fives due to its nonspecific presentation and incapacity of most health facilities in developing countries to diagnose ...