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Microsoft PowerPoint - Mario_Roberto_Dal_Poz_Coordinator_WHO.ppt Health Workforce Observatories: better intelligence and dialogue for health workforce development Global Forum of Human Resources for Health Kampala, Uganda, 2-7 March 2008 Health workforce observatories |2 | Human Resources for Health situation Maldistribution Skill imbalances Low productivity Low salaries Poor work environments Weak knowledge base Labour flexibility Lack of social protection Uncontrolled migration Growing shortages Unfinished agenda New challenges Health workforce observatories |3 | Health workforce observatories |4 | Comprehensive approach to HRH: HRH Action Framework BETTER HEALTH SERVICES Equity Effectiveness Efficiency Accessibility BETTER HEALTH OUTCOMES other health system components country specific context including labour market Improved Health Workforce Outcomes Situation analysis Preparation & Planning Implemen tation M & E Policy Leadership Partnership Education Finance H R M Systems Critical Success Factors Health workforce observatories |5 | Basis for HRH policy definition Priority issues and policies Interests of stakeholders Evidence and Information Health workforce observatories |6 | Global atlas of health workforce: current sources Health workforce observatories |7 | Challenges on evidence and information Insufficient information and evidence-based studies on health workforce Variety of potential data and sources: administrative registries, population census and surveys (labour force survey), facility assessments, etc… Fragmentation, quality, reliability and timeliness of data Need for enabling environment and capacities to strengthen information systems Need for communication and dialogue mechanisms, leading to systematic use of available information Health workforce observatories |8 | Regional Health Workforce Observatories Latin American and the Caribbean Observatory for monitoring human resources in health sector reforms Africa Health Workforce Observatory Asia Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health Eastern Mediterranean Regional Health Workforce Observatory Health workforce observatories |9 | Expectations for this sessionExpectations for this session To promote the use and dissemination of evidence for health workforce policy-making. To share the experiences with health workforce observatories To highlight the contribution of health workforce observatories in the governance, monitoring and evaluation of health workforce To explore how health workforce observatories can be expanded, improving their impact into policy dialogue and decision process. Health workforce observatories |10 | PanelPanel Chair / moderate: Helen Lugina, Coordinator Human Resources Development and Capacity Building, ECSA EMRO Health workforce observatory launch: Walid Abubaker, HRH adviser, EMRO Sudan Health Workforce Observatory: Elsheik Badr, Focal Point for National HRH Observatory and Deputy DG/HRH, FMOH, Sudan Brazil Health Workforce Observatories: M.
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Score: 760312.2 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...tations/ghwa_mario_roberto.pdf
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WHO | New York Center for Health Workforce Studies, Rensselaer, New York, USA Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums New York Center for Health Workforce Studies, Rensselaer, New York, USA Member profile The Center for Health Workforce Studies (CHWS) at the University of Albany in New York was established in 1996 to develop a better understanding of the health workforce. (...) CHWS has conducted studies on the physician workforce, graduate medical education (GME), nursing, allied health, as well as the hospital, nursing home, and home health care workforces, among others. Main activities CHWS has engaged in a number of important and interesting programs examining many aspects of the health workforce across a number of broad substantive research themes (Physician Workforce, Nursing Workforce, Health Workforce Trends, and Other Health Professions).
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Score: 755554.3 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...artners/member_list/nychws/en/
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Trust in the social service workforce is low and discriminatory attitudes and behaviours have been noted amongst social service and allied workforces in the region17. (...) This workforce in the region often sits in a unified social protection system together with the social service workforce. (...) This indicator provides information on progress in creating a national plan for social service workforce strengthening that is comprehensive in looking at the whole workforce and its inter-sectoral linkages with allied workforces.
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Score: 755422.7 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/sit...engthening-Social-Work-ECA.pdf
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WHO | Advocacy Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums Advocacy Alliance Knowledge Centre contribution form Share your knowledge products with the Alliance community of members and partners The Global Health Workforce Alliance 2014 Annual Report 24 August 2015 Analysis of the commitments made by national governments of 57 countries at the Third Global Forum on human resources for health. 10 April 2015 The Global Health Workforce Alliance 2013 Annual Report Rising to the grand challenge of Human Resources for Health 24 July 2014 HEALTH WORKFORCE 2030 A Global strategy on human resources for health 24 July 2014 Human Resources for Health: foundation for Universal Health Coverage and the post-2015 development agenda Report of the Third Global Forum on Human Resources for Health, (Nov 2013) Recife Brazil 24 June 2014 A Universal Truth: No Health Without a Workforce Third Global Forum on Human Resources for Health Report 28 March 2014 Making health workers count - Global Health Workforce Alliance - Annual Report 2012 Alliance document 1 June 2013 Working for Health Equity: The Role of Health Professionals Healthcare system and workforce’s role in reducing health inequalities through action on the social determinants of health. 1 March 2013 World Health Worker Week - An engagement toolkit Avocacy toolkit - part of the Health Workers Count campaign 1 March 2013 Donor Funding For Health In Low- & Middle-Income Countries 2002–2010 Health Financing report by Kaiser Family Foundation 1 January 2013 Human resources for health: critical for effective universal health coverage Global Health Workforce Alliance 1 January 2013 Global Health Workforce Alliance Strategy 2013-2016 - Overview brochure Advancing the Health Workforce Agenda within Universal Health Coverage 1 November 2012 The Global Health Workforce Alliance Strategy 2013-2016 Advancing the Health Workforce Agenda within Universal Health Coverage 1 September 2012 Enabling Solution, Ensuring healthcare - Global Health Workforce Alliance - Annual Report 2011 Alliance document 1 July 2012 Governance and human resources for health Article published on the Human Resources for Health journal 1 December 2011 The global health workforce crisis: an unfinished agenda Report of the Health Workforce Session at the World Health Summit, Berlin 2011 1 December 2011 No Child out of Reach - Time to end the health worker crisis 1 September 2011 Interview with Dr Mubashar Sheikh: United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service - E-Roundup July 2011 Article published in the "United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service - E-Roundup July 2011" 31 July 2011 Reviewing Progress and Renewing Commitment to Health Workforce Development: the 2nd Global Forum on Human Resources for Health Article published in the "World Medical Journal, issue 3, 2011" 31 July 2011 The Global Health Workforce Alliance: Increasing The Momentum For Health Workforce Development Article published in the "Revista Peruana de Medicina Experimental y Salud Pública", July 2011 8 July 2011 Adding Value to Health - Global Health Workforce Alliance - Annual Report 2010 Alliance document 1 July 2011 Snapshots from the Second Global Forum on Human Resources for Health 2011 Bangkok, Thailand - 25-29 January 2011 1 June 2011 Scaling-up the Community-Based Health Workforce for Emergencies Joint Statement by the Global Health Workforce Alliance, WHO, IFRC, UNICEF, UNHCR 1 June 2011 Midwifery Workforce Management and Innovation 2011, Background document for The State of the World’s Midwifery 2011 1 June 2011 Report on the Second Global Forum on Human Resources for Health, Prince Mahidol Award Conference 2011 Conference report 1 May 2011 From Kampala to Bangkok: Reviewing Progress, Renewing Commitments Outcome Statement of the Second Global Forum on Human Resources for Health 29 January 2011 Progress report on the Kampala Declaration and Agenda for Global Action Reviewing Progress, Renewing Commitment. 24 January 2011 Global Health Workforce Alliance - Value Statement Alliance document 9 November 2010 Access for all to skilled, motivated, and supported health workers 2010, Background Paper for the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health 30 September 2010 Global Health Workforce Alliance - Annual Report 2009 Alliance document 1 July 2010 Community Health Workers - Key messages Advocacy document 30 June 2010 Health GAP Network listserv Web site 29 June 2010 Addressing the health workforce crisis. 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Forum booklet Advocacy document 1 January 2008 Health workers for all and all for health workers The Kampala Declaration Strategic document 1 January 2008 Uses and presentation of statistical information to support decision making Fact sheet 1 January 2008 Health Workforce Advocacy Initiative response to the G8 2008 Hokkaido Summit’s health workforce commitments Advocacy document 1 January 2008 Ensuring accountability on health workforce targets Advocacy document 1 January 2008 Health Workforce Advocacy Initiative Introduction to HWAI Advocacy document 1 January 2008 Expanding the Global Health Workforce Speech 1 January 2008 Keynote address for the launch of the Merlin 'Hands up for health workers' campaign Speech 1 January 2008 Health workers for all and all for health workers An Agenda for Global Action Strategic document 1 January 2008 Call to Action: Health System Strengthening through the Global Fund Round 9 in 2008 Health Workforce Advocacy Initiative, Advocacy document 1 January 2008 The Kampala Declaration and Agenda for Global Action Strategic document 1 January 2008 Health and migration Speech 1 January 2007 Call for commitment on health workforce development Advocacy document 1 January 2007 Proposed G8 statement on health workforce Advocacy document 1 January 2007 Letter to Global Fund Secretariat for separate HSS category Advocacy document 1 January 2007 Letter to Global Fund Policy and Strategy Committee Advocacy document 1 January 2007 Letter on the recently launched International Health Partnership Advocacy document 1 January 2007 HRH roadmap input Advocacy document 1 January 2007 Migration of health workers Fact sheet 1 January 2006 Public roles of US physicians Article 1 January 2006 GHWA Workplan 2006-2008 Strategic document 1 January 2006 GHWA Strategic Plan 2006 Strategic document 1 January 2006 The World Health Report 2006. Working together for health Report 1 January 2006 TOP 5 LATEST RESOURCES HRH policy briefs (by the international Council of Nurses) The cost-effectiveness of close-to-community health programmes: Economic evaluation of community based practitioners in low- and middle-income countries: The Global Health Workforce Alliance 2014 Annual Report Strengthening the capacity of community health workers to deliver care for sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health View more LATEST ALLIANCE RESOURCES Synthesis paper of the thematic WG – Towards a global strategy on human resources for health Health workforce 2030: A global Strategy on Human Resources for Health Annual report 2013: Rising to the grand challenge of Human Resources for Health Human Resources for Health: foundation for Universal Health Coverage and the post-2015 development agenda A Universal Truth: No Health Without a Workforce The Global Health Workforce Alliance Strategy 2013-2016 Country Coordination and Facilitation (CCF) - Resources 1 January 2011 PARTNERS: THE HRH GLOBAL RESOURCE CENTER Comprehensive knowledge resource center on HRH CHW CENTRAL Interactive web site on Community Health Workers You are here: Global Health Workforce Alliance Knowledge centre Labour Market Advocacy Quick Links Sitemap Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Forums Resources About the Alliance Join us Alliance Q&A Feedback Privacy Visit WHO web site © WHO 2022
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Score: 754534.33 - https://www.who.int/workforcea.../knowledge/themes/advocacy/en/
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Health Workforce Innovation : Accelerating Private Sector Responses to the Human Resources for Health Crisis Conference Room VIII, United Nations 23 May 2012 Health Workforce Innovation: Accelerating Private Sector Responses to the Human Resources for Health Crisis Experiences from the Private Sector John B. (...) Africa – Focus on Nursing (since 1981) and Midwifery • The University of Central Asia – Focus on Health Technicians and Managers Health Workforce Innovation: The Private Sector AKDN and the Institutions Involved in HRH 1 John Tomaro (AKDN) - Presentation on Health Workforce Innovation, 23 May 2012 Health Workforce Innovation: The Private Sector AKDN Organisational Chart John Tomaro (AKDN) - Presentation on Health Workforce Innovation, 23 May 2012 2 • Philosophy underlying Nursing and Midwifery programmes • Importance of innovation Health Workforce Innovation: The Private Sector Lessons Learned to Date John Tomaro (AKDN) - Presentation on Health Workforce Innovation, 23 May 2012 3 • Limited enrolment • Entrance requirements • Loans and scholarships • Women’s access to educational opportunities • Government regulation/credentialling Health Workforce Innovation: The Private Sector Constraints and Challenges John Tomaro (AKDN) - Presentation on Health Workforce Innovation, 23 May 2012 4 • Increase scholarship and loan funding • Promote changes in the regulatory environment for educational institutions • Competency based, nationally relevant curricula • Support professional associations • Champion gender equality John Tomaro (AKDN) - Presentation on Health Workforce Innovation, 23 May 2012 Health Workforce Innovation: The Private Sector Next Steps – The Way Forward 5 Health Workforce Innovation: The Private Sector John B. Tomaro Director, Health Programme Aga Khan Foundation 1-3 Avenue de la Paix 1202 Geneva, Switzerland www.akdn.org John Tomaro (AKDN) - Presentation on Health Workforce Innovation, 23 May 2012 Health Workforce Innovation:Accelerating Private Sector Responses to the Human Resources for Health Crisis Experiences from the Private Sector   Diapositive numéro 2 Diapositive numéro 3 Health Workforce Innovation: The Private SectorAKDN Organisational Chart Diapositive numéro 5 Diapositive numéro 6 Diapositive numéro 7 Health Workforce Innovation: The Private Sector
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Score: 754393.2 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...2/presentation_JohnBTomaro.pdf
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WHO | Midwifery Workforce Management and Innovation Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums Midwifery Workforce Management and Innovation 2011, Background document for The State of the World’s Midwifery 2011 Authors : Global Health Workforce Alliance: Ellen Rosskam, George Pariyo, Sennen Hounton and Hirotsugu Aiga Publication details Number of pages : 11 Publication date : June, 2011 Downloads English pdf, 385kb This paper focuses on three overarching aspects essential to midwifery workforce management: managing entry to the workforce, managing stay in the workforce, and managing exit from the workforce. Various factors influence midwifery recruitment (i.e. entry to the workforce), retention (i.e. staying in the workforce), and motivation to prevent exit from the midwifery workforce. You are here: Global Health Workforce Alliance Knowledge centre Quick Links Sitemap Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Forums Resources About the Alliance Join us Alliance Q&A Feedback Privacy Visit WHO web site © WHO 2022
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Score: 752012.84 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...resources/swmrbckdpaperhrh/en/
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The Task Force developed a set of tools and guidelines, including the Resource Requirements Tool (RRT) , the Framework Paper , and the Action Paper: What Countries Can Do Now: Twenty-Nine Actions to Scale up and Improve the Health Workforce . Read more and download the products New resource: "More money for HRH: more HRH for the money" Global Health Workforce Alliance, TOPIC BRIEF: Financing Human Resources for Health Advocacy documents Donor Funding For Health In Low- & Middle-Income Countries 2002–2010 2013, Health Financing report by Kaiser Family Foundation The Global Health Workforce Crisis and the 2009 G8 Summit (La Maddalena, Italy): Recommendations from the Health Workforce Advocacy Initiative 2009, Advocacy document Health Workforce Advocacy Initiative response to the G8 2008 Hokkaido Summit’s health workforce commitments 2008, Advocacy document Ensuring accountability on health workforce targets 2008, Advocacy document Call to Action: Health System Strengthening through the Global Fund Round 9 in 2008 2008, Advocacy document Proposed G8 statement on health workforce 2007, Advocacy document Letter to Global Fund Secretariat for separate HSS category 2007, Advocacy document Letter to Global Fund Policy and Strategy Committee 2007, Advocacy document Letter on the recently launched International Health Partnership 2007, Advocacy document Technical briefs "More money for HRH: more HRH for the money" 2012, Topic brief presented at the Conference of Ministers of Health and Ministers of Finance, Tunis, 4-5 July 2012. (...) Financing and managing the public sector health workforce 2009, Book Case studies Malawi's Emergency Human Resources Programme 2008, Case study Guidelines What countries can do now: twenty-nine actions to scale-up and improve the health workforce 2009, Guidelines Guiding principles for national health workforce strategies Guidelines Resource requirement tool 2008, Guidelines Guidelines: incentives for health professionals 2008, Guidelines Presentations The Health Workforce: Scaling up through primary health care 2008, Presentation Reports The Global Health Workforce Alliance 2014 Annual Report Analysis of the commitments made by national governments of 57 countries at the Third Global Forum on human resources for health. (...) Working together for health 2006, Report Resolution WHA 59.23 Rapid scaling up of health workforce production 2006, Resolution Web sites Human Resources for Health Action Framework Web site TOP 5 LATEST RESOURCES HRH policy briefs (by the international Council of Nurses) The cost-effectiveness of close-to-community health programmes: Economic evaluation of community based practitioners in low- and middle-income countries: The Global Health Workforce Alliance 2014 Annual Report Strengthening the capacity of community health workers to deliver care for sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health View more LATEST ALLIANCE RESOURCES Synthesis paper of the thematic WG – Towards a global strategy on human resources for health Health workforce 2030: A global Strategy on Human Resources for Health Annual report 2013: Rising to the grand challenge of Human Resources for Health Human Resources for Health: foundation for Universal Health Coverage and the post-2015 development agenda A Universal Truth: No Health Without a Workforce The Global Health Workforce Alliance Strategy 2013-2016 Country Coordination and Facilitation (CCF) - Resources 1 January 2011 PARTNERS: THE HRH GLOBAL RESOURCE CENTER Comprehensive knowledge resource center on HRH CHW CENTRAL Interactive web site on Community Health Workers You are here: Global Health Workforce Alliance Knowledge centre Labour Market Financing Quick Links Sitemap Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Forums Resources About the Alliance Join us Alliance Q&A Feedback Privacy Visit WHO web site © WHO 2022
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Score: 751461.13 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...knowledge/themes/financing/en/
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At the Second Global Forum on Human Resources for Health, convened in early 2011 in Bangkok to review progress and renew commitments to solve the health workforce crisis, the general picture that emerged was that the level of progress in health workforce issues is still uneven, both in relation to different areas of health workforce development and across and within countries. (...) The Joint Learning Initiative in 2004 and the WHO World Health Report in 2006 drew attention to health workforce challenges, leading to the launch of the Global Health Workforce Alliance in 2006. (...) Keynote address Dr Frank Nyonator, acting Director General of the Ghana Health Service, shared an example of how a country can comprehensively and systematically tackle its health workforce challenges. In the early 2000s, Ghana was confronted with a health workforce situation characterized by widespread shortages, maldistribution, uneven performance and motivation, and high attrition of its health workforce.
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Score: 751015.6 - https://www.who.int/workforcea.../whs2011_ghwaSessionReport.pdf
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WHO | Highlights Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums GHWA completes its ten year mandate The Global Health Workforce Alliance completed its ten-year mandate on May 15, 2016 and has transitioned into the Global Health Workforce Network . The Network will operate within WHO as a global mechanism for multi-sectoral collaboration and dialogue on health workforce policies in support of the implementation of the Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health: Workforce 2030 and the recommendations of the High Level Commission on Health Employment and Economic Growth . (...) Announcing the winners of the 2016 International Health Workforce Awards We are delighted to announce the winners of the 3rd edition of the 2016 International Health Workforce Awards.
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Score: 750394.63 - https://www.who.int/workforcealliance/en/
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WHO | Health Workforce at the 138th Executive Board Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums Health Workforce at the 138th Executive Board The Executive Board (EB) of the WHO is convening this week (January 25-30) for its 138th session, to agree on the agenda and resolutions to be discussed at the World Health Assembly in May 2016. Several health workforce items are tabled for discussion. “The priority dearest to my heart is, of course, universal health coverage. (...) Draft global strategy on human resources for health: workforce 2030 Health Workforce update. Report by the Secretariat Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health: Workforce 2030 Healthy Health Workforce - Infographic by International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations IMFSA pdf, 2.05Mb You are here: Global Health Workforce Alliance Media centre Quick Links Sitemap Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Forums Resources About the Alliance Join us Alliance Q&A Feedback Privacy Visit WHO web site © WHO 2022
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Score: 749509.5 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...media/news/2016/ghwa_eb138/en/
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