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    • Factors Contributing to Job Engagement in Ugandan Nurses and Midwives 

      Bakibinga, Pauline; Vinje, Hege Forbech; Mittelmark, Maurice B. (Hindawi, 2012)
      Despite the difficult working conditions many nurses in Sub-Saharan Africa experience resulting in their migration or leaving the profession, there are nurses who thrive and stay engaged. Understanding what factors play a ...
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    • The role of religion in the work lives and coping strategies of Ugandan nurses 

      Bakibinga, Pauline; Vinje, Hege Forbech; Mittelmark, Maurice B. (Springer, 2014-10)
      Nursing in Uganda is a highly stressful, underpaid profession, leading to worrisome attrition levels; yet some nurses do manage to stay on the job and thrive. This study explored the ways in which religion influences the ...
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    • Self-tuning for job engagement: Ugandan nurses’ self-care strategies in coping with work stress 

      Bakibinga, Pauline; Vinje, Hege Forbech; Mittelmark, Maurice B. (Routledge, 2012-02)
      This qualitative study explored self-care among fifteen Ugandan nurses with reputations for thriving despite having difficult working conditions. The analysis revealed that in the face of potential threats to the nurses’ ...
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