Valia Kalaitzi

Valia Kalaitzi
Maastricht University | UM · Maastricht University’s institute for education innovation

Doctor of Philosophy

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The Maternal Mortality Ratio in Indonesia has remained high, making it a national priority. The low utilization of maternal health services at community health centers is considered to be one of the reasons for poor maternal health status. This study aims to assess the influence of sociodemographic factors on utilization of maternal health services...
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The reduction of Maternal Mortality Ratio (MMR) remains a global health issue. Although major progress has been achieved in the past 15 years, the ratio is still high, especially in Low Middle-Income Countries. In the Southeast Asian region, most of the countries have not reached the Sustainable Development Goals target yet. Although the countries...
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Women leaders encounter societal and cultural challenges that define and diminish their career potential. This occurs across several professions including healthcare. Scant attention has been drawn to the discursive dynamics among gender, healthcare leadership and societal culture. The aim of this study is to assess empirically gendered barriers to...
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Background: Gender inequalities have been identified as important derailment factors for health workforce and health system sustainability. Literature holds responsible a list of gendered barriers faced by female health workforce. However, there is a gap in the evidence based research on women leaders' own perceptions of barriers to leading positio...
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Introduction Female managers in the Polish health care system are seldom a subject of scientific investigation. Material and Methods This study describes the share and profile of women in health care management positions and explores how and why Polish female health care managers add value to the leadership of health care organizations. Three data...
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Purpose This paper maps the barriers to women leadership across healthcare, academia and business, and identifies barriers prevalence across sectors. A Barriers Thematic Map (BTM), with quantitative logic, and a prevalence chart have been developed, with the aim to uncover inequalities and provide orientation to develop inclusion and equal opportu...

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The iDI-Nav® (Interactive Diversity and Inclusion Navigator®) project assesses and improves the diversity and inclusion level within work settings ―the prevalence of (un)seen D&I barriers in an organizational context. The iDI-Nav® includes a unique, scientific research-based, state-of-the-art, online tool designated to assess the D&I level in organizational work settings with the aim to identify the best, customized D&I development and implementation plan. The iDI-Nav® aims to develop an innovative and evidence-based indicator on D&I barriers in the organizational setting.
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To develop a Barriers Thematic Map (BTM) to women leadership in healthcare; to identify and validate the varying degrees of barriers prevalence across different work environments uncovering inequalities; to provide orientation to policy makers working on inclusion and equal opportunity strategies to support health workforce's sustainability.