A synthesis of recent analyses of human resources for health requirements and labour market dynamics in high-income OECD countries
OPEN Human resources for health | 1 Oct 2016
G Tomblin Murphy, S Birch, A MacKenzie, S Bradish and A Elliott Rose
Recognition of the importance of effective human resources for health (HRH) planning is evident in efforts by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Global Health Workforce Alliance (GHWA) to facilitate, with partner organizations, the development of a global HRH strategy for the period 2016-2030. As part of efforts to inform the development of this strategy, the aims of this study, the first of a pair, were (a) to conduct a rapid review of recent analyses of HRH requirements and labour market dynamics in high-income countries who are members of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and (b) to identify a methodology to determine future HRH requirements for these countries.
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