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Providers at health facilities that implement voucher programs experienced lower job satisfaction when workloads increased without additional compensation. Frontline workers such as nurses experience this more acutely than clinical officers and head midwives. Voucher programs may have unintentional consequences on health worker burnout unless these issues are considered in the implementation of the program.
 
This research article by International Archives of Nursing and Health Care studies the effects of voucher programs on health workers in Uganda. Voucher programs may have unintentional consequences on health worker burnout unless these issues are considered in the implementation of the program. 

 

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Author/s: Carinne Brody, John Micheal Irige, Ben Bellows
Countries: Uganda
Date of Publication: April 2015

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