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Moghri J, Akbari Sari A, Arab M. Health care Workers' Dual Practice in Public and Non-Public Sectors and Implications of This Phenomenon. jmciri 2017; 35 (1) :20-34
URL: http://jmciri.ir/article-1-2693-en.html
Department of health management and economics, School of public health, Tehran university of medical sciences, Tehran, Iran
Abstract:   (3218 Views)
Background: Considering the importance of knowing the implications of health  care workers and specially physicians' dual practice in health policy, the aim of this study is to  identify and analyze the current evidence in this field for the first time, using systematic literature review methodology. 
Methods: a thorough search were performed in credible databases, search engines, specialized databases, and reference list of identified studies. The selected inclusion criteria were studies which were done using one of the rigorous and reliable known scientific methods.
Findings: the overall search  found 3242 records, and  none of them were considered eligible for including in the study according to the selected criteria. After showing the lack of high quality evidence in this area, the current knowledge in this field was categorized and analyzed from two perspective.
Conclusion: Results showed that there is not any rigorous and scientifically reliable evidence about the real implications of health  care workers' dual practice, and most of the related studies have been relied on theoretic methods, which their core assumptions were undermined in the broader literature. Furthermore,  findings suggested that dual practice implications are context specific and may vary or differ from system to  another system.
 
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