Examining domains of community health nurse satisfaction and motivation: results from a mixed-methods baseline evaluation in rural Ghana
A strong health system requires a competent and caring workforce. Satisfied and Motivated health workforces are more willing to serve in difficult areas, have lower turnover, and theoretically provide better care to patients. This study, conducted as part of the Innovations for MNCH Initiative
, examines the motivation, satisfaction, and correlation with clinical knowledge, of community health nurses (CHNs), a cadre of provider focused on maternal, newborn and child health in rural Ghana.
Authors: Emma Sacks, Soumya Alva, Sophia Magalona, Linda VeselRead the abstract or download the full article