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Patient satisfaction with health services in Bangladesh
(© 2007 The Author, Oxford University Press in association with The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine., 2007)
Concern over the quality of health care services in Bangladesh has led to loss of faith in public and private hospitals, low utilization of public health facilities, and increasing outflow of Bangladeshi patients to ...
The strategy pyramid: strategic marketing analysis for developing countries
(© 1990 The Haworth Press, Inc., 1990)
Are low income economies destined to remain outstripped by the developed world in all aspects pertaining to standards of living? Are they constrained by their strategic stance? Improvements should eventually come as these ...
(IGI Global, 2016-06-27)
Service quality perceptions and patient satisfaction: a study of hospitals in a developing country
(© 2001 Elsevier Science Ltd., 2001)
Patients’ perceptions about health services seem to have been largely ignored by health care providers in developing countries. That such perceptions, especially about service quality, might shape confidence and subsequent ...
Participation in the workplace: gender perspectives from Bangladesh
(© 2004 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2004)
Studies on participation in organizational decision making in the context of developing countries are limited, especially from a gender perspective. Based on a survey of government and private sector employees in Dhaka, ...
Satisfaction with food services: insights from a college cafeteria
(© 2007 Taylor & Francis Online, 2007)
College students' food service needs is an important area that needs more research. While the importance of offering quality education is paramount, for many colleges that are embattled in their quest to retain students, ...
Service quality in public and private hospitals in urban Bangladesh: a comparative study
(© 2000 Elsevier Science Ireland Ltd., 2000)
This study compared the quality of services provided by private and public hospitals in urban Bangladesh. Using twenty-four scale items, patient perceptions were sought on five aspects of service quality including ...
A multivariate model of perceived quality in a developing country
(© 2007 Published by Taylor & Francis Online, 2007)
This paper integrates past research and proposes a framework for the analysis of consumer perceptions of quality in a developing country. In this framework, consumer-perceived quality is hypothesized to be formed from ...
Delivering primary education in Bangladesh: enabling the field personnel
(© 1998 Published by MCB UP Ltd., 1998)
To transform the population of Bangladesh into a more literate and numerate group so that higher‐order nation building objectives can be attained, primary education has a vital role to play. Its effective delivery depends ...
Relationships of physicians with pharmaceutical sales representatives and pharmaceutical companies: an exploratory study
(© 1996 Taylor & Francis Online, 1996)
Physicians were surveyed in Northwestern Pennsylvania to examine how they viewed their relationships with pharmaceutical sales representatives (PSR) and the pharmaceutical industry. Physicians viewed the PSR as an important ...