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    Title: Factors Affecting Doctors' Retention In Rural Areas Of Mongolia
    Authors: Purevjav, Bolormaa
    Contributors: Bill Bing-Long Wang;Keatkhamjorn Meekanon
    Department of International Business
    Keywords: doctors’ retention;human resource for health;factors affect;incentives;rural area
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2012-11-18 17:43:59 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: AbstractBackground: Rural health facilities of Mongolia are facing serious doctors’ shortage. Though there is implemented several policies to improve retention of doctors in rural areas, still today there have been found difficulties to accept physicians in rural posts. Therefore this study aimed to examine the personal, financial and non financial factors that mostly affect physicians’ retention in rural areas of Mongolia. Methodology: This study used mix method approaches. Data analysis were examined by the quantitative method Descriptive statistic, Pearson’s correlation and Multiple regressions with level of significance set at 0,05. Survey used for quantitative method. The research variables were personal, financial and non financial factors and doctors’ retention in rural areas. And for the qualitative method was used qualitative content analyses and self administered survey. Result: Results of this study ensured that there are significant correlations between age, marital status, education of physician, hometown, salary, bonus, remote area allowance, family support, housing, support on bank loan, pension benefit, constant training and career advancement of physicians and doctors’ retention in rural areas of Mongolia. The self administered survey result highlighted the financial incentives.Conclusion: In conclusion, younger higher educated physicians who have family and grew up in rural areas willing to stay in rural areas when support of health workers will become sufficient. And a major important factor was financial incentives. Furthermore constant training and career advancements were the important non financial factors in doctors’ preferences to remain in rural areas. On these accounts Mongolian MOH has to develop and promote implementation of incentive packages much better than today through Mongolian rural areas. Key words: doctors’ retention, human resource for health, factors affect, incentives, rural area
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