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  1. Human resources (HR) constraints have been reported as one of the main barriers to achieving the 2005 global tuberculosis (TB) control targets in 18 of the 22 TB high-burden countries (HBCs); consequently we t...

    Authors: José Figueroa-Munoz, Karen Palmer, Mario R Dal Poz, Leopold Blanc, Karin Bergström and Mario Raviglione
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2005 3:2
  2. The objective of this paper is to describe the numbers, characteristics, and trends in the migration to the United States of physicians trained in sub-Saharan Africa.

    Authors: Amy Hagopian, Matthew J Thompson, Meredith Fordyce, Karin E Johnson and L Gary Hart
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2004 2:17
  3. The problem of training human resources in health is a real concern in public health in Central Africa. What can be changed in order to train more competent health professionals? This is of utmost importance i...

    Authors: Florence Parent, Gérard Kahombo, Josué Bapitani, Michèle Garant, Yves Coppieters, Alain Levêque and Danielle Piette
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2004 2:16
  4. This paper reports on income generation practices among civil servants in the health sector, with a particular emphasis on dual practice. It first approaches the subject of public–private overlap. Thereafter i...

    Authors: Paulo Ferrinho, Wim Van Lerberghe, Inês Fronteira, Fátima Hipólito and André Biscaia
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2004 2:14
  5. Imbalance in the health workforce is a major concern in both developed and developing countries. It is a complex issue that encompasses a wide range of possible situations. This paper aims to contribute not on...

    Authors: Pascal Zurn, Mario R Dal Poz, Barbara Stilwell and Orvill Adams
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2004 2:13
  6. This study aims at analysing the impact of international service trade on the health care system, particularly in terms of human resources for health (HRH), using Thailand as a case study. Information was gath...

    Authors: Suwit Wibulpolprasert, Cha-aim Pachanee, Siriwan Pitayarangsarit and Pintusorn Hempisut
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2004 2:10
  7. The importance of human resources management (HRM) to the success or failure of health system performance has, until recently, been generally overlooked. In recent years it has been increasingly recognised tha...

    Authors: James Buchan
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2004 2:6
  8. Coping strategies have, in some countries, become so prevalent that it has been widely assumed that the very notion of civil services ethos has completely – and possibly irreversibly – disappeared. This paper ...

    Authors: Paulo Ferrinho, Maria Carolina Omar, Maria de Jesus Fernandes, Pierre Blaise, Ana Margarida Bugalho and Wim Van Lerberghe
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2004 2:4
  9. Several countries are increasingly relying on immigration as a means of coping with domestic shortages of health care professionals. This trend has led to concerns that in many of the source countries – especi...

    Authors: Marko Vujicic, Pascal Zurn, Khassoum Diallo, Orvill Adams and Mario R Dal Poz
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2004 2:3
  10. Inequitable distribution of doctors with high concentration in urban cities negatively affects the public health objective of Health for All. Thus it is one of the main concerns for most health policy makers, ...

    Authors: Suwit Wibulpolprasert and Paichit Pengpaibon
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2003 1:12
  11. This article characterizes the problem of violence against health professionals in the workplace (VAHPITWP) in selected settings in Portugal. It addresses the questions of what types of violence are most frequ...

    Authors: Paulo Ferrinho, André Biscaia, Inês Fronteira, Isabel Craveiro, Ana Rita Antunes, Claudia Conceição, Isabel Flores and Osvaldo Santos
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2003 1:11
  12. It is estimated that in 2000 almost 175 million people, or 2.9% of the world's population, were living outside their country of birth, compared to 100 million, or 1.8% of the total population, in 1995. As the ...

    Authors: Barbara Stilwell, Khassoum Diallo, Pascal Zurn, Mario R Dal Poz, Orvill Adams and James Buchan
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2003 1:8
  13. The success of any organized health program depends upon effective management, but health systems worldwide face a lack of competent management at all levels. Management development for health systems, particu...

    Authors: GL Filerman
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2003 1:7
  14. In this paper, we focus on those policy instruments with monetary incentives that are used to contain public health expenditure in high-income countries. First, a schematic view of the main cost-containment me...

    Authors: Guy Carrin and Piya Hanvoravongchai
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2003 1:6
  15. This paper reviews the challenges facing the public health workforce in developing countries and the main policy issues that must be addressed in order to strengthen the public health workforce. The public hea...

    Authors: Robert Beaglehole and Mario R Dal Poz
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2003 1:4