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Nigeria needs to address incessant strikes by doctors. It can't afford not to

By Sylvester C. Chima, Associate Professor & Head: Programme of Bio & Research Ethics and Medical Law, College of Health Sciences, University of KwaZulu-Natal
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Doctor and healthcare worker strikes are a global phenomenon reported both in highly industrialised and developing countries. Healthcare worker strikes are of growing concern for international and local health authorities. They represent a barrier to achieving the universal health coverage as envisaged by the World Health Organisation.

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