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Zakaria Belrhiti

Zakaria Belrhiti
Mohamed VI University of health sciences · Ecole Internationale de Santé Publique/ Faculté de médecine et de Pharmacie CASABLANCA

PhD Medical Sciences MD MPH Msc Public Administration
Assistant Professor at Mohamed VI University of Medical sciences

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Introduction
Zakaria Belrhiti, is born on the 14th August, 1981 in Rabat, Morocco. He is a medical doctor, 2007- faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy Rabat. He was appointed as a CEO of the provincial hospital Es-Smara, Morocco between in 2008 to 2011. he obtained a Master degree in Public Administration at the ISCAE in 2012 and master degree in Public health. He defended his PhD in Public Health, in Oct 2020 Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy, Vrije Universiteit Brussel-Institute of Tropical Medicine.
Additional affiliations
September 2013 - September 2020
Ecole Nationale de Santé Publique Rabat Maroc
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • Zakaria Belrhiti was born on 14th August, 1981 in Rabat, Morocco. He graduated as a medical doctor in 2007 from the faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy, University of Rabat. He joined the public health sector in 2008. He worked as a medical doctor before being appointed as a CEO of the provincial hospital Es-Smara, Morocco between 2008 and 2011. Meanwhile, he obtained a Master degree in Public Administration at the ISCAE Business School in 2012 and a Master degree in Public Health at the Ecole Na
August 2008 - September 2011
Ministry of Health
Position
  • CEO EsSmara Provincial Hospital

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Publications (45)
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Background Worldwide, approximately 16 million people inject drugs, 5 to 6 million people are living with hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection. In Morocco, people who inject drugs (PWID) exceeds 1500 and the majority lives in the northern region of Morocco (Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima). Evidence suggests that 75% of them are infected with HCV. However,...
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Cannabis use represents the most commonly illicit drug intake worldwide. m-Health interventions have the potential to play a key role in the fight against cannabis intake issues. A steadily increasing number of m-Health apps are currently available on commercial app stores to support psychoactive substance users. This study aims at exploring techni...
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Background In Morocco’s health systems, reforms were accompanied by increased tensions among doctors, nurses and health managers, poor interprofessional collaboration and counterproductive power struggles. However, little attention has focused on the processes underlying these interprofessional conflicts and their nature. Here, we explored the pers...
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Background Breast cancer patients in sub-Saharan Africa experience long time intervals between their first presentation to a health care facility and the start of cancer treatment. The role of the health system in the increasing treatment time intervals has not been widely investigated. This review aimed to identify existing information on health s...
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Introduction : Les hôpitaux publics en Afrique sub-saharienne se caractérisent par une faiblesse de leurs performances. Aussi, le Burkina Faso a-t-il expérimenté un mode de gestion privé dans un hôpital public pour améliorer sa performance. Objectif : Évaluer la performance du CHU de Tengandogo (CHU-T) de Ouagadougou, un hôpital public à mode de ge...
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Background In low and middle incomes countries (LMICs), health policies failed to reduce significantly maternal and neonatal mortality rates. This was attributed to inequitable access to care and to poor governance of local health systems. In Morocco, there are still regional disparities with access to maternal care, and poor governance of regional...
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Background Breast cancer patients in sub-Saharan Africa experience long delays between their first presentation to a health care facility and the start of cancer treatment. The role of the health system in the increasing delays in treatment has not been widely investigated. This review aimed to identify existing information on health system factors...
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Introduction In low- and middle-income countries (LMIC), populations are increasingly dissatisfied by governmental health services and by poor performance of local health systems. This has been attributed to poor management and leadership capacities of district health managers, lack of motivation and commitment of health workers, inadequate health...
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Contexte: La coordination des soins des cancers du sein et col de l’utérus est particulièrement complexe, du fait qu’elle nécessite, l’intervention de multiples prestataires, à différents niveaux organisationnels du système de soins. Cela crée des défis pour les professionnels de la santé, afin qu’ils travaillent efficacement ensemble, pour fournir...
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Contexte: La République Démocratique du Congo (RDC) revitalise les districts sanitaires (DS) pour renforcer son système de santé. Chaque DS dispose d'une structure de gestion et de leadership appelée équipe-cadre (EC), responsable du pilotage de son développement en système local de santé intégré et offrant des soins de qualité à la population. Les...
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Received: 25 January 2020 Final Accepted: 27 February 2020 Published: March 2020 Key words:- Niveau Intermédiaire, District Sanitaire, Équipe-Cadre, Leadership Et Gouvernance, Renforcement Du Système De Santé, Lubumbashi Cette étude de cas à méthode mixte a évalué la cohérence et la pertinence des interactions entre le soutien du niveau intermé...
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Objectives: This study aimed at opening the black box of the relationship between leadership and motivation of health workers by focusing on a high-performance hospital in Morocco. Design: We adopted the realist evaluation approach and used the case study design to test the initial programme theory we formulated on the basis of a scoping review...
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Objectives: We aimed at exploring the underlying mechanisms and contextual conditions by which leadership may influence 'public service motivation' of health providers in Moroccan hospitals. Design: We used the realist evaluation (RE) approach in the following steps: eliciting the initial programme theory, designing the study, carrying out the d...
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Background: The motivation of health workers is a key concern of policy makers, practitioners and researchers. Public Service Motivation (PSM), defined as the altruistic desire to serve the common interest, to serve others and to help patients and their families regardless of financial or external rewards, has been shown to be key to the performan...
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La politique publique du système de santé de district et sa mise en oeuvre : une étude mixte d'évaluation dans la ville de Lubumbashi, République Démocratique du Congo. La politique publique du système de santé de district et sa mise en oeuvre : une étude mixte d'évaluation dans la ville de Lubumbashi, République Démocratique du Congo.
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Trois Zones d'Apprentissage et de Recherche (ZAR) sont développées par le programme RIPSEC en République Démocratique duCongo (RDC). Cette stratégie consiste à utiliser un district sanitaire comme substrat pour former des managers des districts de santé et mener des recherches sur les systèmes de santé. L'objet de cet article est d'explorer les pri...
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Introduction: Nowadays, health systems are generally acknowledged to be complex social systems. Consequently, scholars, academics, practitioners, and policy-makers are exploring how to adopt a complexity perspective in health policy and system research. While leadership and complexity has been studied extensively outside health, the implications of...
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Supplementary file 1. List of Included Studies.
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Supplementary file 2. Complex Leadership Studies in Non-healthcare Settings and Reasons for Exclusion.
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Supplementary file 3. Measurement and Interpretation of Kappa Coefficient
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Supplementary file 4. Research Question in Complex Leadership
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Supplementary file 5. Scope, Epistemology, Theory and Conceptual Definitions of Complex Leadership.
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Supplementary file 6. Categorization Criteria of Included Papers.
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Background: Cutaneous Leishmaniasis (CL) is a parasitic skin disease, linked to poverty, and belonging to the group of Neglected Tropical Diseases. Depending on the severity, the type of lesions or scars, and the context, CL can lead to self- and social stigma influencing the quality of life and psychological well-being of the patient. This dimens...
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We conducted a scoping review of complex leadership (CL) in health care to explore how complex leadership in health care has been defined and conceptualised and to investigate how has ‘complex leadership’ been applied in health care settings.
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Au Maroc, la décentralisation des services de santé est un levier principal de la réforme du système de santé. A cet égard, l'autonomisation et le renforcement des capacités des gestionnaires hospitaliers, l’informatisation et la régulation de l’offre de soins demeurent indispensables afin d’assurer un management performant du territoire de santé l...
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Background: District health managers play a key role in the effectiveness of decentralized health systems in low- and middle-income countries. Inadequate management and leadership skills often hamper their ability to improve quality of care and effectiveness of health service delivery. Nevertheless, significant investments have been made in capaci...
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Irrational medicine use is a major health problem. It is responsible for low medical care quality and squandering of valuable resources in low and middle income countries. In Morocco, the ministry of health implemented rational medicine use policy in order to optimize drug usage and ensure access to medicine for deprived population. To what extend...
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Identifying motivational factors in a provincial hospital in Es -Smara, Morocco. ABSTRACT: Introduction: managers of health services organizations face a challenging environment. Indeed, trends in health are mostly characterized by sustainable advance in medical technology, an increasing need of population, and a scarcity of resources. The motivat...
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Soucieux de l’importance accordée par l’OMS au pilotage des hôpitaux, le Ministère de la Santé au Maroc a développé une matrice d’analyse de la perfor-mance hospitalière. Ce tableau de bord traditionnel, ne répond pas aux besoins des gestionnaires dans le suivi de l’exécution des projets stratégiques hospitaliers. Le Balanced Scorecard (BSC), conçu...

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Ce projet de recherche doctorale vise à générer des connaissances sur la contribution de la politique du renforcement des capacités des équipes cadres des districts sanitaires par le niveau provincial reformé sur le leadership, le management et les performances des districts sanitaires en République Démocratique du Congo.