Retention strategies for doctors and nurses in Lesotho : an implementation framework
This paper reviews retention strategies for Lesotho’s doctors and nurses and presented an implementation framework to support and promote staff retention. . Based on the increasing necessity to retain doctors and nurses, the implementation framework becomes an essential element of retention strategy. A qualitative and quantitative research design technique using a self-managed questionnaire and interviews was adopted to gather data. The 120 doctors and nurses make up a sample. The information was statistically analysed using SPSS and grounded theory. Results identified that the current implementation strategy has failed to increase the retention rate of doctors and nurses. It is hoped that the implementation framework presented in this paper would help to achieve increased retention rate for doctors and nurses.
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