Resultados: 11

Report of the First Meeting of the Health Workforce Information Reference Group

A technical meeting on strengthening health workforce information systems was held on 10–12 March 2010 in Montreux, Switzerland. The meeting was jointly convened by the World Health Organization’s Department of Human Resources for Health, the Global Health Workforce Alliance and the Health Metrics Ne...

A66/25: Personal de salud: adelantos en las respuestas a la escasez y la migración y preparación ante las nuevas necesidades. Informe de la Secretaría

En su resolución WHA63.16 (2010), la 63.ª Asamblea Mundial de la Salud adoptó el Código de prácticas mundial de la OMS sobre contratación internacional de personal de salud, que constituye un marco de referencia multilateral para responder a la escasez mundial de personal de salud y afrontar las di...

Informe sobre la salud en el mundo 2006: colaboremos por la salud

El Informe sobre la salud en el mundo 2006 - Colaboremos por la salud presenta una evaluación realizada por expertos acerca de la crisis de personal sanitario que atraviesa el mundo, así como varias propuestas ambiciosas para abordar ese problema a lo largo de los próximos diez años, empezando a actu...

Health employment and economic growth: a five-year action plan (2017–21). Version for consultation

INTRODUCTION: In its report entitled “Working for Health and Growth: Investing in the health workforce”, the High-Level Commission on Health Employment and Economic Growth (“Commission”) has proposed ten recommendations and five immediate actions to transform the health workforce for the achievem...

HR and new approaches to public sector management: improving HRM capacity: workshop on global health workforce strategy

This paper examines why building HR capacity is important to effective health care reform, assesses the existing evidence on HR capability in the health sector, and draws out lessons from existing practice. Developing HR capability requires investing in the training and development of both HR specialists...

Human Resources for Health Observatories: contributing to evidence-based policy decisions

The critical importance of strengthening the health workforce as a strategy to improve the performance of health services system has been widely recognized in recent years. The pressing need for better data and information to inform policy development led to the creation of observatories to collect and a...

Human resources for health information system: minimum data set for health workforce registry

This document provides a standard-based tool for health workforce planners and decision-makers developing an electronic system or modifying an existing health information system to count and document all health workers within national and subnational contexts. The minimum data set for health workforce re...