Leadership in Health Services: Volume 24 Issue 2


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How satisfaction modifies the strength of the influence of perceived service quality on behavioral intentions

Shyh‐Jane Li, Yu‐Ying Huang, Miles M. Yang

The existence and form of interaction effects between service quality and satisfaction are still uncertain. The main purpose of this study is to examine whether satisfaction…


Health beliefs of midwives about HIV/AIDS protection and the barriers to reducing risk of infection: An Iranian study

Masoumeh Simbar, Marzieh Shayan‐Menesh, Fatemeh Nahidi, Ali‐Reza Akbar‐Zadeh

Using a health belief model (HBM), this study aims to assess the knowledge, attitudes and practices of Iranian midwives in relation to HIV/AIDS protection behavior and to…

Organizational culture as a moderator of the personality‐managerial competency relationship: A study of primary care managers in Southern Thailand

Nirachon Chuttipattana, Faridahwati Mohd. Shamsudin

The purpose of this paper is to examine the moderating or contingent effect of organizational culture on the relationship between the personality and managerial competencies of…


Authentic and congruent leadership providing excellent work environment in palliative care

Gunilla Johansson, Christer Sandahl, Birgitta Andershed

The purpose of this study is to describe the perceptions of registered nurses (RNs), enrolled nurses (ENs), and leaders (i.e. the first‐line nurse manager, F‐LNM and the…


Mentoring in the twenty‐first century

Christine Bamford

This paper aims to describe NHS Wales' strategic intent to increase leadership capability through mentoring. The pressure on budgets and geography forced the adoption of a…

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