Retention of health workers is critical to the delivery of long-term, quality health-care services. To promote retention and enhance performance in rural public hospitals, the Government of Nepal and the Nick Simons Institute progressively implemented a rural staff support programme in remote hospitals.
A questionnaire survey of doctors was planned to analyze their experience of working after graduation in remote rural areas in various parts of the country.
This study was designed to implement and evaluate the effectiveness of an educational program in Newborn Care, using best evidence teaching methods and content. Pre intervention, an audit of newborn care practices and documentation was performed using a structured checklist.
The authors’ objective was to explore the key issues of practice location of all MDGP graduates to enhance recruitment of doctors in rural practice