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One component of hospital production that has received little attention is that of the generalist nurse in the pharmacy. After developing a theoretical model characterising pharmacy nursing demand, we identify and explore two major questions of interest. The first pertains to which factors...
The aim of this quantitative study is to undertake empirical research investigating the nature and magnitude of the determinants of re-purchase intentions from the point of view of service performance and post purchase perceptions. A theoretical model linking service quality issues and...
The aim of this study is to expand understanding of satisfying service encounters. In particular, this research study will investigate both parties of the service encounter (customers and frontline employees). A dyadic approach will help to identify whether customer expectations differ from what...
This paper aims to present an integrative framework of Kansei Engineering (KE), the Kano model and quality function deployment (QFD) applied to services. An empirical study involving Indonesian and Singaporean tourists was conducted to showcase the framework’s applicability. The study utilises a...
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