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International Journal Of Medical, Pharmacy And Drug Research(IJMPD)

Law and ethics in public health

Bilal Siddeeq Salih

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DOI: 10.22161/ijmpd.2.5.2

Journal : International Journal of Medical, Pharmacy and Drug Research(IJMPD)

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Programs for public health practitioners in the field, due to the profession is so dispersed in its work—from employment in private managed care organizations and clinics. The main purpose of this study is to analysis the relationship between law and ethics with public healthcare performance. The present study used a quantitative research design, specifically the descriptive survey design. This is because such design accurately and objectively describes the characteristics of a situation or phenomenon being investigated in a given study. It provides a description of the variables in a particular situation and, sometimes, the relationship among these variables rather than focusing on the cause-and effect relationships. Thus, this study used a questionnaire which was developed from previous research in order to measure the relationships among the investigated variables. This study was carried out in different healthcare centers located in Erbil, the total of 81 participants participated in this study. The researcher developed research hypothesis as follow; there is a positive and significant relationship between law and healthcare performance in Erbil. The finding of this study showed that the value of beta for law and ethics factor is .749 with the P-value .000 this means that the law and ethics will have positive and significant influence on healthcare performance; accordingly the main research hypothesis is supported.

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