Working Atmosphere and Job Satisfaction of Health Care Staff in Kenya: An Exploratory Study

Katja Goetz,1 Michael Marx,2 Irmgard Marx,2 Marc Brodowski,3 Maureen Nafula,4 Helen Prytherch,2 Irene K. E. Omogi Awour,5 and Joachim Szecsenyi1,3

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Quality management: where is the evidence? Developing an indicator-based approach in Kenya

HELEN PRYTHERCH1,2, MAUREEN NAFULA3, CHARLES KANDIE4, MARC BRODOWSKI5, IRMGARD MARX1, SANDY KUBAJ1,
IRENE OMOGI6, ALEXIA ZURKUHLEN1, CLAUDIA HERRLER5, KATJA GOETZ7, JOACHIM SZECSENYI5,8, and MICHAEL MARX1,9

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Editorial Decision 14 October 2016; Accepted 22 November 2016

Does a quality management system improve quality in primary care practices in Switzerland? A longitudinal study

Katja Goetz,1 Sigrid Hess,2 Marianne Jossen,2 Felix Huber,3 Thomas Rosemann,4 Marc Brodowski,5 Beat Künzi,6 Joachim Szecsenyi1,5

BMJ Open 2015 5: doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2014-007443

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