Negotiating markets for health: an exploration of physicians' engagement in dual practice in three African capital cities.

The cities are in Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau and Mozambique

Abstract

Scarce evidence exists on the features, determinants and implications of physicians’ dual practice, especially in resource-poor settings. This study considered dual practice patterns in 3 African cities and the respective markets for physician services. with the objective of understanding the influence of local determinants on the practice.

This research is funded under the Department for International Development’s ReBUILD Programme and is led by the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Citation

Giuliano Russo, Barbara McPake, Inês Fronteira, and Paulo Ferrinho : Negotiating markets for health: an exploration of physicians’ engagement in dual practice in three African capital cities.: Health Policy and Planning 2014 September; 29 (6): 774–783. doi: 10.1093/heapol/czt071

Negotiating markets for health: an exploration of physicians’ engagement in dual practice in three African capital cities

Published 26 September 2013