Author: HRH2030

NHWAs provide comprehensive data on the state of the health workforce that can be used to inform human resources for  health (HRH) strategies for strengthening service delivery for HIV/AIDS, family planning, maternal and child health, infectious diseases and other health areas. For the global...

Accurately predicting the future supply of and demand for healthcare workers is essential if policymakers are to make smart investments in human resources for health (HRH) and efficiently allocate scarce funds. HRH planning models have become increasingly sophisticated over the past two decades, but...

HRH2030 Project Director Wanda Jaskiewicz shares her thoughts on the implementation of National Health Workforce Accounts—the information system designed to “progressively improve the availability, quality, and use” of health workforce data worldwide through a standardized set of indicators....

Lessons from Ethiopia, Indonesia, and the Philippines on implementing National Health Workforce Accounts December 12, 2019 | 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. EST Ensuring the availability of a well-prepared workforce that meets client needs is integral for reaching health for all. But how do countries keep track...

October 2019: Transforming Health Education Dear Colleagues, We are smart enough to predict things that will happen, so why can’t we be smarter about taking action today? This sums up one of my favorite tweets issued around the United Nation’s first-ever High-Level Meeting on Universal Health...