Assessment of health care waste management practices in relation to the recommended standards among Labaratory Health Care Workers in Laboratories of Health Care Facilities In Arua Municipality, Arua District.
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Compliance to Health Care Waste Management practices as required by standards is a great challenge in Health Care Facilities of most developing countries including Uganda. Various social, economic and political factors affect the outcomes of the health guidelines and policies during implementation for both private and government Health Care Facilities. This has led to continued high burden of occupational diseases and adverse effects to the environment with most of these not even documented. In Uganda, few studies have been done on health policies and their application/usage by end users which has left a gap in information whether the policies are good enough or implementation strategies are lacking.
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