Resultados: 5

    Exploring models for health workforce planning

    The health of British Columbians has continued to improve over the past decade, with gains in healthadjusted life expectancy and a gradual decrease in the gap between the life expectancy of women and men.(1) These gains in health status have come, in part, as a result of provincial efforts to strengthen ...

    Examining the role of coaching in health-system transformations

    OHTs are being introduced to provide a new way of organizing and delivering care that is more integrated from the perspective of the patients in their local communities, and that achieves measurable improvements in key quadruple-aim metrics of improving care experiences and health outcomes at manageable ...

    Policy summary 10: addressing needs in the public health workforce in Europe

    Health systems in Europe face a number of increasingly complex challenges. Globalization, evolving health threats, an ageing society, fi nancial constraints on government spending, and social and health inequalities are some of the most pressing. Such challenges require not only different funding and org...

    How to create an attractive and supportive working environment for health professionals

    European countries face common challenges in ensuring a well-performing health workforce in times of existing and projected shortages. One of the multiple aspects that determine the supply and performance of health workers is the work environment, which plays a critical role. Given the demographic change...

    SUPPORT Tools for evidence-informed health Policymaking (STP). 3: setting priorities for supporting evidence-informed policymaking

    This article is part of a series written for people responsible for making decisions about health policies and programmes and for those who support these decision makers. Policymakers have limited resources for developing ? or supporting the development of ? evidence-informed policies and programmes. The...