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Table 3 Workforce, workload and sanctioning problems of rural HRH at national-level, India

From: Workforce problems at rural public health-centres in India: a WISN retrospective analysis and national-level modelling study

Centre-cadre combination WISN difference per centre WISN difference overall Workforce problem WISN ratio Workload Pressure Sanctioning difference per centre Sanctioning difference overall Sanctioning problem (compared to IPHS 2012 norms)
PHC-Nurses −13.19 −219124 Shortage 0.121 Very high −13.23 −219719 Under-sanctioning
PHC-Doctors −0.21 −3427 Shortage 0.897 Low −0.02 −402 Under-sanctioning
CHC-Nurses −35.46 −189170 Shortage 0.212 Very high −37.63 −200750 Under-sanctioning
CHC-GDMOs −1.11 −5945 Shortage 0.721 Medium −0.92 −4892 Under-sanctioning
CHC-Physicians −1.87 −9987 Shortage 0.064 Very high −1.47 −7845 Under-sanctioning
CHC-Surgeons −1.86 −9902 Shortage 0.072 Very high −1.40 −7469 Under-sanctioning
CHC-OBGYNs −1.75 −9319 Shortage 0.127 Very high −1.38 −7336 Under-sanctioning
CHC-Paediatricians −1.80 −9591 Shortage 0.101 Very high −1.39 −7433 Under-sanctioning
  1. IPHS, Indian Public Health Standards