publication . Article . 2017

Exploring the awareness level of biomedical waste management: Case of Indian healthcare

Rahul S. Mor; Sarbjit Singh; Arvind Bhardwaj; Mohammad Osama;
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  • Published: 01 Oct 2017 Journal: Management Science Letters, volume 7, issue 10, pages 467-478 (issn: 1923-9335, eissn: 1923-9343, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Growing Science
This study aims to investigate the awareness level of Biomedical waste managements in healthcare facilities, and their perception among hospital waste management team, doctors, nurses, lab techni-cians and waste handlers in Northwest Delhi region in India. The study has been conducted through a questionnaire survey followed by the descriptive statistical analysis method. Question-naire contains of 38 questions, where the first section deals with the hospital waste management team, the second section is for doctors, nurses and lab technicians, and the third section is for the waste handlers. Out of 311 respondents, there were 16 hospital waste management teams, 8...
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free text keywords: Biomedical waste (BMW), descriptive statistics analysis, Healthcare facilities, Pollution, Disposal of waste, Hospital management, lcsh:Business records management, lcsh:HF5735-5746, Environmental planning, Business, Biomedical waste, Health care, business.industry, Awareness level
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