Demographic Prediction towards Leadership and Innovation in Healthcare Services

Zakeer Ahmed Khan


A multi-source approach has been adopted to collect survey data from health professionals serving in district level hospitals located in seven districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) province of Pakistan. As the design of research of the present study is quantitative-cum-qualitative, so, for the purpose, both statistical and textual facts have been mustered and analyzed by deploying inferential and descriptive tools. To rationalize the contextual and qualitative facts and figures, the thematic analysis was applied by using argumentation while for the quantitative and field data, the statistical tools were applied. Altogether, the analysis revolves around the idea of recognizing and computing the role of leadership and personal factors on the innovation of services providers in the health system of KP. All these variables have been extracted from the existing relevant literature and then transformed into a theoretical framework/research model. Different tools and tests were used to investigate the relationship between leadership and health services while mediating the personal attributes (demographics).

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