One piece of the puzzle to solve the human resources for health crisis

Bull World Health Organ 2010;88:322 Jan 01, 2010

“…The majority of health workers migrate from the rural areas to the cities; and more and more leave poor countries for more attractive jobs abroad….In response to this, the World Health Organization (WHO) has established a programme of work to “increase access to health workers in remote and rural areas through improved retention”,2 with three strategic pillars: (i) building the evidence; (ii) developing policy recommendations from the evidence; and then (iii) supporting countries in…”

Author
Carmen Doleaa
Jean-Marc Braicheta
Manuel M Dayrit

Region
Central Africa
Eastern Africa
Southern Africa
West Africa

Country

Topic
Retention

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