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.

 

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Triple impact: how developing nursing will improve health, promote gender quality and support economic growth

In September 2015 the nations of the world signed up to the ambitious goal of ensuring that everyone in the world should have access to health care – universal health coverage – and that nobody should be left behind. This report makes the very simple point that universal health coverage cannot possib...

Nurse migration in Guyana

The 21st century has presented several challenges to those responsible for the training, development, and management of human resources for health. There is need to strengthen the quality of training, ensure the acquisition of job skills that facilitate a comprehensive response to the needs of users of h...

Nursing and midwifery in the history of the World Health Organization 1948-2017

Every country needs a competent, motivated, well-distributed and supported health workforce. Health workers are the cornerstone of the strong, resilient health systems needed to achieve universal health coverage. These are the people who keep the world safe, improve health, and protect the vulnerable. Th...

The global advisory panel on the future of nursing & midwifery report: 2014-2017

Future of Nursing & Midwifery (GAPFON®) is to establish a voice and vision for the future of nursing and midwifery that will advance global health while simultaneously strengthening professional roles. GAPFON provides a platform for nursing and midwifery to have an inclusive voice worldwide, to be a cat...

Profiling midwifery services in the Americas: models of childbirth care

The actual document is the first of three steps, i) a literature study, ii) a questionnaire study and iii) selected case studies, in an effort by Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) to profile midwifery services and practices in the Americas. A variety of collaborating partners are involved, among th...

Home care in the Americas: issues related to organization and management

The Region of the Americas, with a population of approximately 800 million, accounts for 13.5% of the world’s population and has achieved much by way of improvement in the health status of its peoples. With growing awareness of the influence of the broad determinants of health, health care has moved be...

Strategic directions for strengthening nursing and midwifery services

Health systems are facing an increasing number of challenges, while governments remain dedicated to searching for cost-effective options to enhance the capacity of national health systems to perform well. Within the context of limited financial resources, rising health care costs, increasing health deman...

Evaluation of nursing and midwifery in the Region of the Americas: analysis of questionnaires completed by 33 of 35 countries

This report is being done to document the progress made toward the implementation of World Health Assembly (WHA) Resolution 49.1: Strengthening Nursing and Midwifery in the Region of the Americas. The WHO identified the need to strengthen the roles of nurses and midwives in 1948 and the first World Healt...

Proposal for the development and strengthening of nursing in Latin America and the Caribbean

This document was prepared in the context of a redefinition of the organization and policies of the Human Resources Development Program of the Pan American Health Organization. Its purpose is to determine future lines of action in the area of development of human resources for nursing, based on an analys...

Collaborative partnership for nursing and midwifery development in the region of the Americas: report of a workshop

In fall 1997, a collaborative partnership for nursing and midwifery development in the World Health Organization (WHO) region of the Americas was formed. The collaborative partnership included representatives from three Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) programs - Human Resources Development, Famil...