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Consider Abraham Maslow s hierarchy of needs as explained in his theory of motivation. Considering the universal need of every individual, which need is most important and forms the basis for an
individual s existence and motivation to work effectively in health care? Please explain your response.
Maslow's model works on the basis that motivation is driven by a succession of different factors, each of increasing complexity and sophistication. [ At the very basic level, human beings are motivated by very simple factors and then, as each of these needs is addressed, individuals focus on different, more sophisticated needs. This process continues until the individual reaches a stage known as
'self-actualization'. This is effectively the pinnacle of motivation. ]
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