Total publications found: 17

Exploring health-sector absenteeism and feasible solutions: evidence from the primary healthcare level in Enugu, South East Nigeria

Authors: Obinna Onwujekwe, Aloysius Odii, Prince Agwu, Charles Orjiakor, Pamela Ogbozor, Eleanor Hutchinson, Martin McKee, Pallavi Roy, Uche Obi, Chinyere Onalu, Dina Balabanova
Publication date: September 2019

Many studies have found that absenteeism undermines the effective delivery of healthcare. However, most studies focus on high-income countries. Low-income countries have been largely ignored in ...

Corruption in Anglophone West Africa health systems: a systematic review of its different variants and the factors that sustain them

Authors: Obinna Onwujekwe, Prince Agwu, Charles Orjiakor, Martin McKee, Eleanor Hutchinson, Chinyere Mbachu, Aloysius Odii, Pamela Ogbozor, Uche Obi, Hyacinth Ichoku, Dina Balabanova
Publication date: July 2019

West African countries are ranked especially low in global corruption perception indexes. The health sector is often singled out for particular concern given the role ...

We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems

Authors: Eleanor Hutchinson, Dina Balabanova, Martin McKee
Publication date: December 2018

Editorial, International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 22 December 2018 The health sector consistently appears prominently in surveys of perceived corruption, with considerable evidence that ...

Corruption in the health sector in Anglophone West Africa: Common forms of corruption and mitigation strategies

Authors: Obinna Onwujekwe, Prince Agwu, Charles Orjiakor, Chinyere Mbachu, Eleanor Hutchinson, Aloysius Odii, Uche Obi, Adaobi Ogbozor, Hyacinth Ichoku, Martin McKee, Dina Balabanova
Publication date: September 2018

In West Africa, corruption features across sectors, including health, where it can undermine the delivery of care, exacerbate health inequities and can mean the difference ...

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