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by Carl-Ardy Dubois,Ellen Nolte,Martin McKee

eBook Human Resources for Health in Europe (European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies) download ISBN: 0335218555
Author: Carl-Ardy Dubois,Ellen Nolte,Martin McKee
Publisher: Open University Press; 1 edition (December 1, 2005)
Language: English
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European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies Series. Human resources for health in Europe. This volume is one of a series of books produced by the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies

European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies Series. Martin McKee Ellen Nolte. This volume is one of a series of books produced by the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies. We are grateful to all the authors for their hard work and enthusiasm in this project and to Armin Fidler for writing the Foreword.

European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies. Human resources are key determinants of health service performance

European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies. Human resources are key determinants of health service performance. They are the largest and most expensive input into health care, yet can be the most challenging to develop. This book examines some of these major challenges facing health care professions in Europe and the potential responses to them. The book analyses how the current regulatory processes and practices in the management of the health professions may facilitate or inhibit effective responses to challenges facing health care systems in Europe.

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Health service human resources are key determinants of health service performance. The human resource is the largest and most expensive input into health care, yet it can be the most challenging to develop. The authors document how health care systems in Europe are confronting existing challenges in relation to the health workforce and identify the strategies that are likely to be most effective in optimizing the management of health professionals in the future. Human Resources for Health in Europe is key reading for health policy makers and postgraduates taking courses in health services management, health policy and health economics.

The Observatory supports and promotes evidence-based health policy-making through comprehensive and rigorous analysis of the dynamics of health care systems in Europe. Rethinking health at the 74th United Nations General Assembly 25-04-2019. A recent side event at the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly, co-hosted by the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies and WHO, has demonstrated how health expenditure drives sustainable and inclusive growth rather than being a drain on the economy.

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Health service human resources are key determinants of health service performance. The human resource is the largest and most expensive input into health care, yet it can be the most challenging to develop. This book examines some of the major challenges facing health care professions in Europe and the potential responses to these challenges.

The book analyses how the current regulatory processes and practices related to key aspects of the management of the health professions may facilitate or inhibit the development of effective responses to challenges facing health care systems in Europe. The authors document how health care systems in Europe are confronting existing challenges in relation to the health workforce and identify the strategies that are likely to be most effective in optimizing the management of health professionals in the future.

Human Resources for Health in Europe is key reading for health policy makers and postgraduates taking courses in health services management, health policy and health economics. It is also of interest to human resource professionals.

Contributors: Carl Afford, Rita Baeten, James Buchan, Anna Dixon, Carl-Ardy Dubois, Sigrún Gunnarsdóttir, Elisabeth Kachur, Karl Krajic, Suszy Lessof, Ann Mahon, Alan Maynard, Martin McKee, Ellen Nolte, Anne Marie Rafferty, Charles Shaw, Bonnie Sibbald, Ruth Young.