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CE162/25: PASB human resources management

This report highlights human resources initiatives taken in 2017, including advances made in the implementation of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau (PASB) human resources strategy known as the “People Strategy” for 2015-2019, 1 and provides statistics on trends in the workforce of PASB. (AU)...

The Pan American Network of Nursing and midwifery collaborating centers: nursing and midwifery making a difference PANMCC meeting

The Pan American Network of Nursing and Midwifery Collaborating Centers (PANMCC) met at the Pan American Health Organization in Washington, D.C. 7-8 October, 1998 to discuss possibilities for supporting the new Strategic and Programmatic Orientations (SPOs) 1999-2002 approved by the Pan American Sanitary...

Regional meeting: the role of government chief nurses in the countries of the region of the Americas. Final report

The Regional Meeting on the Role of Government Chief Nurses in the Countries of the Region of the Americas was held in Havana from 10 to 12 September 1996. The working group analyzed how the ministries of health in the Region would assume a leadership role in the development of nursing so as to ensure le...

Baseline indicators - 20 Goals for a decade in HRH - Belize 2009. Tracking regional goals for human resources for health: a shared commitment

The objective of human resources for health (HRH) planning is to equip governments with the information and tools they require to determine the health workforce needed to meet the needs of the population, both now and in the future. With HRH representing the largest portion of the health care budget in m...

Baseline Indicators - 20 Goals for a Decade in HRH - Barbados 2011. Tracking Regional Goals for Human Resources for Health: A Shared Commitment

The signatory countries of Resolution CSP27/10 of the 27th Pan American Sanitary Conference “Regional Goals for Human Resources for Health (HRH) 20072015,” have agreed that the 20 goals of the Resolution will signify the achievement of meeting the Five Challenges of the Toronto Call to Action to prov...

Health human resources modelling: challenging the past, creating the future

Three separate but related projects were undertaken to link population health needs to health human resource planning, to illustrate the value and challenges in using health human resource data to inform policy decisions on nursing productivity and to generate evidence based retention policies to guide n...

Human resources for health in Europe

Human resources are key determinants of health service performance. They are the largest and most expensive input into health care, yet can be the most challenging to develop. This book examines some of these major challenges facing health care professions in Europe and the potential responses to them. T...

An approach to estimating human resource requirements to achieve the Millennium Development Goals

In the context of the Millennium Development Goals, human resources represent the most critical constraint in achieving the targets. Therefore, it is important for health planners and decision-makers to identify what are the human resources required to meet those targets. Planning the human resources for...

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...

The impact of a professional evaluation system in primary healthcare

INTRODUCTION: The 2005 Primary Care Reform introduced a performance-based management system in Portugal. OBJECTIVE: This study aims at analyzing the Integrated Management System and Evaluation of Public Administration Services (SIADAP) implemented for this purpose. The objectives were to analyze the gene...