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Scaling-up and rooting-down: a case study of North-South partnerships for health from Tanzania
(Co-Action Publishing, 2012-06-28)
Background: North-South Partnership (NSP) is the mandated blueprint for much global health action. Northern partners contribute funding and expertise and Southern partners contribute capacity for local action. Potential ...
Assessing performance enhancing tools: experiences with the open performance review and appraisal system (OPRAS) and expectations towards payment for performance (P4P) in the public health sector in Tanzania
(BioMed Central Ltd., 2012-09-10)
Background Health workers’ motivation is a key determinant of the quality of health services, and poor motivation has been found to be an obstacle to service delivery in many low-income countries. In order to increase ...
Family affluence and cultural capital as indicators of social inequalities in adolescent’s eating behaviours: a population-based survey
(BioMed Central, 2012-11-28)
Background: Dietary inequality, via socio-economic inequality, may involve several mechanisms. Different aspects of adolescents’ socio-economic circumstances should therefore be considered in order to make effective ...
Self-tuning for job engagement: Ugandan nurses’ self-care strategies in coping with work stress
This qualitative study explored self-care among fifteen Ugandan nurses with reputations for thriving despite having difficult working conditions. The analysis revealed that in the face of potential threats to the nurses’ ...
Health worker motivation in the context of HIV care and treatment challenges in Mbeya Region, Tanzania: A qualitative study
(BioMed Central, 2011-10-12)
Background: Health worker motivation can potentially affect the provision of health services. The HIV pandemic has placed additional strain on health service provision through the extra burden of increased testing ...
Multiple transitions in sick leave, disability benefits, and return to work. - A 4-year follow-up of patients participating in a work-related rehabilitation program
(BioMed Central, 2012-09-06)
Background: Return to work (RTW) after long-term sick leave can be a long-lasting process where the individual may shift between work and receiving different social security benefits, as well as between part-time and ...