07 Apr Poster: Motivation and Retention of Health Workers in Ministry of Health Facilities in Four Governorates in Jordan
The Jordan Ministry of Health’s (MOH) Strategic Plan 2013-2017 lists both attracting new talent into the public health system and retaining staff as two of its biggest challenges. Because about 3.78 million people in Jordan — including refugees and marginalized populations — rely on services provided by the MOH, a full, committed staff is critical.
In response to the Strategic Plan’s findings, the HRH2030 performed a national level research study to identify factors influencing retention and job satisfaction and examine motivation among doctors, nurses, and midwives within MOH facilities. The study, which took place February to December 2016, provided evidence-based recommendations to support the ministry in formulating policies to improve staff recruitment and retention.
This poster was presented April 7, 2017 at the Annual Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) Global Health Conference.
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