Corruption In The Nigerian Healthcare System

Yvonne Omiepirisa Buowari

Available online Oct 8, 2017.

[ Review ] Volume 26, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 94-97


Abstract

Corruption is the use of public resources for private gain.This is common in most countries though reduced in some and alarming in others. It affects all sectors of the economy and the healthcare system is not spared.Medical corruption is increasing in countries with high rates of corruption and all healthcare professionals are affected.This is review article on medical corruption in Nigeria with suggestion on how to reduce it.


Keywords

healthcare system, corruption, healthcare professional, medical Care,

January - March, 2017

Volume 26 | Issue 1

Page Nos. 94-97

Online since Oct 3, 2017

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