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Research outputs: HEALTH WORKERS
The presentation is about health workers who have been at the fore front of fighting this pandemic and and at high risk of contracting the v...
2020 Letter to the editor: South African health professionals' state of wellbeing during the emergence of COVID-19
Given the rapid emergence of COVID-19 in South Africa (SA), little is known about the wellbeing of our health professionals. The mortality r...
2013 Comparing the job satisfaction and intention to leave of different categories of health workers in Tanzania, Malawi, and South Africa
Background: Job satisfaction is an important determinant of health worker motivation, retention, and performance, all of which are critical ...