Internal brain drain in Mozambique’s national health service: medical doctors‟ and managers‟ perceptions of factors that influence intentions to stay or leave the public health sector in Maputo city, Mozambique (2000-2010)
Objectives: To document the distribution of medical doctors between the National Health System (NHS), NGOs and the Private Sector over the period 2000-2010; (2) To explore the perceptions of medical doctors (MDs) and human resources managers (HRMs) regarding factors that influence MD internal brain drain in Maputo city, Mozambique, more specifically, the movement of doctors from the Mozambican NHS to NGOs and the private sector within Mozambique.
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