Doctors' Work Life Quality and Effect on Job Satisfaction: An Exploratory Study Based on Literature Review

Authors

  • Partha Lodh
  • Dr Saileswar Ghosh

Keywords:

quality of life, job satisfaction, performance, health care system, doctor

Abstract

Every day, the health-care system becomes more complicated. It is mostly due to changes in lifestyle, greater demand for patient care,  and  the  effect  of  technology  on  the  health-care  delivery process.     Sophisticated     devices     necessitate     specialized knowledge, which necessitates a better and more current medical education   system,   which,   in   turn,   necessitates   a   better organizational structure. All of this has an impact on the entire medical  profession,  as  novel  difficulties  must  be  met  with increasing skill and potential development, as well as increased dedication  to  the  profession,  as  performance  management becomes  a  major  aspect  in  avoiding  professional  hazards  in various forms. As a result, the entire health policy needs to be updated   in   order   to   provide   health   care   professionals, particularly doctors, with enough quality work life and improved job satisfaction in order to improve their performance at work. We try to answer these questions in our research.

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Published

2022-03-22

How to Cite

Partha Lodh, & Dr Saileswar Ghosh. (2022). Doctors’ Work Life Quality and Effect on Job Satisfaction: An Exploratory Study Based on Literature Review. Pakistan Journal of Multidisciplinary Innovation, 1(1), 16–25. Retrieved from https://journals.airsd.org/index.php/pjmi/article/view/30

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