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The perceptions of nurses in a district health system in KwaZulu-Natal of their supervision, self-esteem and job satisfaction

L.R. Uys, A. Minnaar, S. Reid, J.R. Naidoo
Curationis | Vol 27, No 2 | a976 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/curationis.v27i2.976 | © 2004 L.R. Uys, A. Minnaar, S. Reid, J.R. Naidoo | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 28 September 2004 | Published: 28 September 2004

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L.R. Uys, School of Nursing, University of Natal, South Africa
A. Minnaar, School of Nursing, University of Natal, South Africa
S. Reid, Centre for Rural Health, University of Natal, South Africa
J.R. Naidoo, School of Nursing, University of Natal, South Africa

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Abstract

Supervision has been identified as a major issue in quality of care. Although increasing attention is being given to supervision in the District Health System, there have been no studies describing the current situation. This article describes a survey done in two health districts in KwaZulu-Natal involving 319 nurses from all types of government health care settings.

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