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  1. Healthcare workers’ (HCWs) knowledge of multi-stranded cholera interventions (including case management, water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH), surveillance/laboratory methods, coordination, and vaccination) i...

    Authors: Kelly Elimian, Carina King, Ozius Dewa, Emmanuel Pembi, Benjamin Gandi, Sebastian Yennan, Puja Myles, Catherine Pritchard, Birger Carl Forsberg and Tobias Alfvén
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2023 21:6
  2. Family doctors in rural China are the main force for primary health care, but the workforce has not been well stabilized in recent years. Surface acting is an emotional labor strategy with a disparity between ...

    Authors: Anqi Wang, Changhai Tang, Lifang Zhou, Haiyuan Lv, Jia Song, Zhongming Chen and Wenqiang Yin
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2023 21:3
  3. The increasing complexity of the migration pathways of health and care workers is a critical consideration in the reporting requirements of international agreements designed to address their impacts. There are...

    Authors: Ivy L. Bourgeault, Denise L. Spitzer and Margaret Walton-Roberts
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2023 21:2
  4. The “Global strategy on human resources for health: Workforce 2030” was adopted by the 69th World Health Assembly. Among its objectives is the strengthening of data on human resources for health, to inform evi...

    Authors: Osahon Enabulele and Joan Emien Enabulele
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:88
  5. A well-functioning health system delivers quality services to all people when and where they need them. To help navigate the complex realm of patient care, it is essential that health care professions have a t...

    Authors: Desmond Wiggins, Aron Downie, Roger M. Engel and Benjamin T. Brown
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:87
  6. Peru has some of the worst outcomes worldwide as a result of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic; it is presumed that this has also affected healthcare workers. This study aimed to establish whether occupation and other n...

    Authors: Willy Ramos, Nadia Guerrero, Edwin Omar Napanga-Saldaña, José Medina, Manuel Loayza, Jhony A. De La Cruz-Vargas, María Vargas, Luis Ordóñez, Yovanna Seclén-Ubillús, Carlos Álvarez-Antonio and Juan Arrasco
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:86
  7. Adequate Human Resources for Health is indispensable to achieving Universal Health Coverage and physicians play a leading role. Nigeria with low physician–population ratio, is experiencing massive exodus of ph...

    Authors: Cosmas Kenan Onah, Benedict Ndubueze Azuogu, Casmir Ndubuisi Ochie, Christian Obasi Akpa, Kingsley Chijioke Okeke, Anthony Okoafor Okpunwa, Hassan Muhammad Bello and George Onyemaechi Ugwu
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:85
  8. Workplace violence (WPV) against healthcare workers is a common occurrence worldwide, especially among young physicians and medical residents. This study aimed to explore the negative health impacts of WPV amo...

    Authors: Safaa M. El-Zoghby, Maha E. Ibrahim, Nancy M. Zaghloul, Shaimaa A. Shehata and Rasha M. Farghaly
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:84
  9. Discrimination against hospital staff based on ascribed features is prevalent in healthcare systems worldwide. Detrimental effects on health and quality of patient care have been shown. Our study aims to descr...

    Authors: Arda Yolci, Liane Schenk, Pia-Theresa Sonntag, Lisa Peppler, Meryam Schouler-Ocak and Anna Schneider
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:83
  10. The COVID-19 pandemic caused a rapid shift to remote consultations. United Kingdom (UK) NHS Allied Health Professional (AHP) services may have been unprepared for telehealth implementation. This study explored...

    Authors: Enza Leone, Nicola Eddison, Aoife Healy, Carolyn Royse and Nachiappan Chockalingam
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:82
  11. A regional Australian Primary Health Network (PHN) has been subsidising administrative staff from local general practices to undertake the Medical Practice Assisting (MPA) course as part of its MPA Program. Th...

    Authors: Shanthi Ann Ramanathan, Rod Ling, Alison Tattersall, Nicola Ingold, Mary Sheffi De Silva, Shara Close and Andrew Searles
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:81
  12. District hospitals are crucial in supporting primary health care and serve as a gateway to more specialist care through a referral system. Majority of South Africans access health care services through the pub...

    Authors: Tesleem K. Babalola, Hammed O. Ojugbele, Moyad Shahwan and Indres Moodley
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:80
  13. Nurses are frequently exposed to chronic stress in the workplace generating harmful effects such as job strain and burnout. On the contrary, resilience has been shown to be a beneficial variable. The objective...

    Authors: María del Mar Molero Jurado, África Martos Martínez, María del Carmen Pérez-Fuentes, Héctor Castiñeira López and José Jesús Gázquez Linares
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:79
  14. Gendered challenges have been shown to persist among health practitioners in countries at all levels of development. Less is known about non-clinical professionals, that is, those who do not deliver services ...

    Authors: Neeru Gupta, Sarah Ann Balcom and Paramdeep Singh
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:78
  15. Emigration of Nigerian doctors, including those undergoing training, to the developed countries in Europe and Americas has reached an alarming rate.

    Authors: Adebowale Femi Akinwumi, Oluremi Olayinka Solomon, Paul Oladapo Ajayi, Taiwo Samuel Ogunleye, Oladipupo Adekunle Ilesanmi and Adedayo Olufemi Ajayi
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:76
  16. The global expansion of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) includes health systems that face a shortage of skilled health care workers (HCWs). We estimated the human resource needs and costs for providing PrE...

    Authors: Stefan Kohler, Shona Dalal, Anita Hettema, Sindy Matse, Till Bärnighausen and Nicolas Paul
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:75
  17. In 2015, the Ministry of Health in Mali included the treatment of severe acute malnutrition (SAM) into the package of activities of the integrated Community Case Management (iCCM). This paper aims to analyze t...

    Authors: Pilar Charle-Cuéllar, Lidia Espí-Verdú, Juan Goyanes, Magloire Bunkembo, Salimata Samake, Mamadou Traore, Adama Balla Coulibaly, Aly Landouré, Fatou Diawara, Abdias Ogobara Dougnon, Antonio Vargas and Noemí López-Ejeda
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:74
  18. As the 2016 Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health: Workforce 2030 (GSHRH) outlines, health systems can only function with health workforce (HWF). Bangladesh is committed to achieving universal health c...

    Authors: Md Nuruzzaman, Tomas Zapata, Michelle McIsaac, Sangay Wangmo, Md Joynul Islam, Md Almamun, Sabina Alam, Md Humayun Kabir Talukder and Gilles Dussault
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:73
  19. Pharmacists play a fundamental role in healthcare systems and achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC) through quality primary healthcare service provision. While the World Health Organization (WHO) forecasts...

    Authors: Sherly Meilianti, Felicity Smith, Franciscus Kristianto, Roy Himawan, Desak Ketut Ernawati, Rasta Naya and Ian Bates
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:71
  20. Globally, the health workforce has long suffered from labour shortages. This has been exacerbated by the workload increase caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Major collapses in healthcare systems across the worl...

    Authors: Yuan-Sheng Ryan Poon, Yongxing Patrick Lin, Peter Griffiths, Keng Kwang Yong, Betsy Seah and Sok Ying Liaw
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:70
  21. Mid-level practitioners (MLPs), including physician associates (PAs) and advanced nurse practitioners (ANPs), have emerged to address workforce shortages in the UK and perform specific roles in relation to pop...

    Authors: Hanyu Wang, Mike English, Samprita Chakma, Mesulame Namedre, Elaine Hill and Shobhana Nagraj
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:69
  22. Authors: Fatima Tsiouris, Kieran Hartsough, Michelle Poimboeuf, Claire Raether, Mansoor Farahani, Thais Ferreira, Collins Kamanzi, Joana Maria, Majoric Nshimirimana, Job Mwanza, Amon Njenga, Doris Odera, Lyson Tenthani, Onyekachi Ukaejiofo, Debrah Vambe, Erika Fazito…
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:68

    The original article was published in Human Resources for Health 2022 20:43

  23. Women make up a significant proportion of workforce in healthcare. However, they remain underrepresented in leadership positions relating to healthcare for a multitude of reasons: balancing personal and work d...

    Authors: Feras H. Abuzeyad, Leena Al Qasem, Luma Bashmi, Mona Arekat, Ghada Al Qassim, Ahmed Alansari, Eman Ahmed Haji, Amena Malik, Priya Das, Abdulla Almusalam and Maryam Feras Abuzeyad
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:67
  24. Injectable contraceptives are the most popular method of contraception in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), but their availability in clinical settings has been severely limited, despite the scarcity of health care pr...

    Authors: Besong Eric Ayuk, Brenda Mbouamba Yankam, Farrukh Ishaque Saah and Luchuo Engelbert Bain
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:66
  25. The purpose of this study was to (1) explore evidence provided by Canadian health and social care (HASC) academic programs in meeting their profession-specific interprofessional education (IPE)-relevant accred...

    Authors: Mohammad B. Azzam, Marie-Andrée Girard, Cynthia Andrews, Hope Bilinski, Denise M. Connelly, John H. V. Gilbert, Christie Newton and Ruby E. Grymonpre
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:65

    The Correction to this article has been published in Human Resources for Health 2022 20:77

  26. Community health workers (CHWs) involved in the COVID-19 response might be at increased risk of developing depression, though evidence is scarce. We investigated effects of COVID-19-related work on changes in ...

    Authors: Ngoc-Anh Hoang, Ngoc Van Hoang, Ha-Linh Quach, Khanh Cong Nguyen, Luong Huy Duong, Thai Quang Pham and Florian Vogt
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:64
  27. Maternal and newborn healthcare providers are essential professional groups vulnerable to physical and psychological risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. This study uses machine learning algorithms to ...

    Authors: Bassel Hammoud, Aline Semaan, Imad Elhajj and Lenka Benova
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:63
  28. Evidence suggests that not all human resource departments have hired their facility staff based on federal licensing standards, with some hiring without an active license. This is common in some, if not all, p...

    Authors: Endalkachew Tsedal Alemneh, Biruk Hailu Tesfaye, Eshetu Cherinet Teka, Firew Ayalew, Ermias Gebreyohannes Wolde, Wondimu Daniel Ashena, Tewodros Abebaw Melese, Fikadie Dagnew Biset, Bezawit Worku Degefu, Bethlehem Bizuayew Kebede, Yohannes Molla Asemu, Meron Yakob Gebreyes, Wudasie Teshome Shewatatek, Samuel Mengistu, Tangut Dagnew, Yeshiwork Eshetu Abebe…
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:62
  29. The global critical shortage of health workers prevents expansion of healthcare services and universal health coverage. Like most countries in sub-Saharan Africa, Kenya’s healthcare workforce density of 13.8 h...

    Authors: Rosemary Kinuthia, Andre Verani, Jessica Gross, Rose Kiriinya, Kenneth Hepburn, Jackson Kioko, Agnes Langat, Abraham Katana, Agnes Waudo and Martha Rogers
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:61
  30. Uncertainties related to COVID-19 have strained the mental health of healthcare workers (HCWs) worldwide. Gaining the ability to adapt and thrive under pressure will be key to addressing this. We explore what ...

    Authors: Alyssa Yenyi Chan, Celene Ting, Lai Gwen Chan and Zoe Jane-Lara Hildon
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:60
  31. This paper explores the extent of community-level stock-out of essential medicines among community health workers (CHWs) in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) and identifies the reasons for and consequen...

    Authors: Abimbola Olaniran, Jane Briggs, Ami Pradhan, Erin Bogue, Benjamin Schreiber, Hannah Sarah Dini, Hitesh Hurkchand and Madeleine Ballard
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:58
  32. UK equality law and National Health Service (NHS) policy requires racial equality in job appointments and career opportunities. However, recent national workforce race equality standard (WRES) data show that n...

    Authors: John Hammond, Nigel Davies, Elizabeth Morrow, Fiona Ross, Tushna Vandrevala and Ruth Harris
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:57
  33. Retention of human resources in the healthcare system, particularly doctors at district level is a great challenge faced by the decentralized health systems in poorly resourced countries. Medical Officers of H...

    Authors: Mahendra Arnold, Dinusha Fernando, Kapila Wickramanayake, Palitha Karunapema, Sepali Wickramatilake, Yamuna Fernando, Chandani Denawaka, Pasyodun Koralage Buddhika Mahesh and Sujeewa Pandithrathna
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:56
  34. In China, tuberculosis (TB) care, traditionally provided through the Centre for Disease Control (CDC), has been integrated into ‘designated’ public hospitals at County level, with hospital staff taking on deli...

    Authors: Guanyang Zou, Barbara McPake and Karina Kielmann
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:55
  35. Health workers, the core of health service delivery and a key driver of progress towards universal health coverage, must be available in sufficient numbers and distributed fairly to serve the entire population...

    Authors: Mari Honda, Nobuaki Inoue, Marco Liverani and Mari Nagai
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:54
  36. The World Health Organization adopted the Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health Workforce 2030 in May 2016. It sets specific milestones for improving health workforce planning in member countries, such...

    Authors: Rafael Harun and Margaret Walton-Roberts
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:53
  37. Burnout is evidenced to have  adverse effect on the well-being of health workers. Although several risk factors of burnout have been found, only a hand full of studies have examined the role of teamwork qualit...

    Authors: Wenxin Wang, Samuel Atingabili, Isaac Adjei Mensah, Hong Jiang, Hao Zhang, Akoto Yaw Omari-Sasu and Evelyn Agba Tackie
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:52
  38. Investing in the health workforce is key to achieving the health-related Sustainable Development Goals. However, achieving these Goals requires addressing a projected global shortage of 18 million health worke...

    Authors: Angela E. Micah, Juan Solorio, Hayley Stutzman, Yingxi Zhao, Golsum Tsakalos and Joseph L. Dieleman
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:51
  39. Human Resources for Health (HRH) are essential for making meaningful progress towards universal health coverage (UHC), but health systems in most of the developing countries continue to suffer from serious gap...

    Authors: Samir Garg, Narayan Tripathi, Michelle McIsaac, Pascal Zurn, Tomas Zapata, Dilip S. Mairembam, Niharika Barik Singh and Hilde de Graeve
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:50
  40. Authors: Sara Rubinelli, Tina D. Purnat, Elisabeth Wilhelm, Denise Traicoff, Apophia Namageyo-Funa, Angus Thomson, Claire Wardle, Jaya Lamichhane, Sylvie Briand and Tim Nguyen
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:49

    The original article was published in Human Resources for Health 2022 20:35

  41. Workforce is a fundamental health systems building block, with unprecedented measures taken to meet extra demand and facilitate surge capacity during the COVID-19 pandemic, following a prolonged period of aust...

    Authors: Padraic Fleming, Steve Thomas, Des Williams, Jack Kennedy and Sara Burke
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:48
  42. A cohesive and strategic governance approach is needed to improve the health workforce (HW). To achieve this, the WHO Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health (HRH) promotes mechanisms to coordinate HRH s...

    Authors: Tim Martineau, Kim Ozano, Joanna Raven, Wesam Mansour, Fiona Bay, Dominic Nkhoma, Elsheikh Badr, Sushil Baral, Shophika Regmi and Margaret Caffrey
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:47
  43. Given the demands for public health and infectious disease management skills during COVID-19, a shortage of the public health workforce, particularly with skills and competencies in epidemiology and biostatist...

    Authors: Shimeng Liu, Yuanyuan Gu, Yi Yang, Elizabeth Schroeder and Yingyao Chen
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:46
  44. A strong nursing research agenda in Latin America is fundamental to universal health coverage. Nursing science can make important contributions to the health of Latin American people through knowledge generati...

    Authors: Tonda L. Hughes, Maureen George, Ruby Shah, Bruna Moreno Dias, Jennifer E. Dohrn and Silvia Helena De Bortoli Cassiani
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2022 20:45