GLOBAL HEALTH WRITES Citizen Journalist: Ian Hodgson Speaking in March at the Royal College of Physicians in Dublin, Ireland, Arthur Kleinman and Iain Wilkinson shared details of their new text, ‘A Passion for Society: How we think about human suffering’. Essentially a critique of how ‘care’ is in danger of slipping off the radar […]
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As part of the Motivation Project this study used a Discrete Choice Experiment (DCE) to measure the relative importance of motivational determinants for different health worker categories in South Africa, Tanzania and Malawi.
The study aims to examine the nature of health care in emerging communities and slums of urban south west, Nigeria. The specific objectives will include; to explore the social processes by which health care services emerge and evolve in emerging communities and urban slums of south west Nigeria; to examine access to health care services […]