Con la ampliación del registro de literatura gris (literatura no convencional) en el área de RHS en América Latina y el Caribe, se creó este espacio para un acceso rápido a publicaciones de interés de la Red de Observatorios de Recursos Humanos de Salud, donde encontrará informes, guías, políticas y otras publicaciones técnicas y científicas con la posibilidad de utilizar filtros por tema, año de publicación, país, idioma, entre otros.

 

Interfase de búsqueda que permite la recuperación de documentos indexados del Repositorio de Recursos Humanos de Salud.

Resultados: 186

Knowledge of responsible technical nurses on management skills: a qualitative study

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (1), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To identify the knowledge of responsible technical nurses in relation to the general and management skills required to perform this function. Method: Qualitative case study with 14 nurses. The semi-structured interviews were recorded and the data analyzed through the thematic conten...

Trabajo en equipo: relevancia e interdependencia de la educación interprofesional

La educación médica se ha enfocado, históricamente, en el desempeño individual de los profesionales de la salud. Sin embargo, ante los cambios en el foco, estructura y necesidades de los sistemas de atención en salud, el foco se ha redirigido hacia el trabajo en equipo. Esta concepción implica una ...

Understanding HRH recruitment in postconflict settings: an analysis of central-level policies and processes in Timor-Leste (1999–2018)

Background: Although human resources for health (HRH) represent a critical element for health systems, many countries still face acute HRH challenges. These challenges are compounded in conflict-affected settings where health needs are exacerbated and the health workforce is often decimated. A body of re...

Health Plan for Central America and the Dominican Republic 2010 - 2015

This Health Plan complements the Health Agenda, agreed in the XXIII Forum of the Health Sector of Central America and Dominican Republic Sector (RESSCAD) and approved by the XXIX Meeting of the Council of Ministers of Health of Central America (COMISCA) of the System for Central American Integration (SIC...

Recent developments in public health nursing in the Americas

This study presents an assessment of the participation and training of nurses in public health areas in the Americas. Information was gathered through a literature review and interviews with key informants from Mexico, Colombia, and Paraguay. Results demonstrate that there is significant variation in def...

Belize human resources for universal health strategic plan 2019-2024: a more efficient and robust health workforce by 2024

Human Resources for Health (HRH) are a priority on the regional and global health development agenda, as a critical component of functional health systems that can ensure universal access to quality health care. The World Health Organization estimates that there will be a shortage of 12.9 million health ...

Instrument N° 1: Inventory of National Programs. HRH Program evaluation questionnaire: core questions. Belize

The objective of this instrument is to register the programs that countries have implemented to address human resources for health (HRH) problems and to establish an inventory of HRH programs that can be analyzed and studied in‐depth and provide new knowledge on how to respond to the challenges facing ...

CE160//18: Strategy on human resources for universal access to health and universal health coverage

The countries of the Region of the Americas recently reaffirmed their commitment to universal access to health and universal health coverage. They recognize that despite progress made in economic and social development and in strengthening health systems, there are still inequities and exclusion in acces...

Training and evaluation of professional competency in pediatric nursing: perspective of university professors

Rev. Esc. Enferm. USP; 53 (), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To analyze the training and evaluation of professional competency to work in the area of pediatric nursing based on the conceptions and experiences of university professors. Method: A qualitative study conducted with pediatric nursing professors from six public undergraduate cours...