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Human Resources for Health: Global Shortage

Human Resources for Health: Global Shortage

Worldwide there is a shortage of health personnel. Especially developing countries are affected, where the health systems are already weak. The shortage is threatening the health of the poorest. (Photo: DFID-UK Department for International Development/flickr)

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Jul 12, 2019

Health worker transfer processes within the public health sector in Ghana

A study of three districts in the Eastern Region by the Swiss TPH, FAIRMED & University of Ghana

BioMed Central (BMC) "The lack of appropriate policies and procedures to ensure transparent transfer practices is an important source of dissatisfaction among health workers in ...

May 24, 2019

World Health Assembly Update

World Health Organisation (WHO) "Member States at the World Health Assembly today agreed three resolutions on universal health coverage (UHC). They focus on: primary healthcare, the role of ...

Mar 20, 2019

Delivered by Women, Led by Men: A Gender and Equity Analysis of the Global Health and Social Workforce

World Health Organisation (WHO) "The report, produced by the WHO Global Health Workforce Network’s Gender Equity Hub, (co chaired by WHO, and Women in Global Health), is the latest gender and ...

Mar 01, 2019

Weiterbildung für Pflegepersonal in Jordanien

Jordan | Enfants du Monde

Enfants du Monde Enfants du Monde unterstützt Programme zur Förderung einer besseren Gesundheitsversorgung der Mütter und Babys weltweit. Dafür arbeitet sie insbesondere mit ...

Feb 27, 2019

Wie community-basierte Gesundheitsprogramme staatliche Fragilität lindern können

Ergebnisse zweier gemeinsamer Studien des Swiss TPH, des SRK, Swisspeace und der Universität Basel

Health Research Policy and Systems Die qualitativen Studien durchgeführt im Südsudan und auf Haiti identifizierten verschiedene Faktoren, die die gesundheitliche Versorgung von Menschen in ...

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