Worker retention in human resources for health: catalyzing and tracking change

Mar 01, 2009

"By understanding the factors that influence workers’ decisions to accept and remain in posts, especially in remote areas, HRH leaders can make more informed, data-driven decisions in developing retention strategies. However, senior-level policy-makers need stronger evidence from assessments to make decisions that will contribute to improving the staffing of health systems and worker morale."

Author
F. Yumkella

Region
Central Africa
Eastern Africa
West Africa

Country
Kenya
Liberia
Uganda
United Republic of Tanzania
Zambia

Topic
Retention

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