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The data and methods used to produce the Version 2 estimates of burden of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy for the year 2000 are summarized and the long-term sequelae of both preeclampsia or eClampsia are not well evaluated. Expand
Evaluated strategies to increase attraction and retention of health workers in remote and rural areas.
An analysis of the effectiveness of interventions to attract and retain health workers in remote and rural areas from an impact evaluation perspective is provided, based on a literature review of studies that have conducted evaluations of such interventions. Expand
An approach to estimating human resource requirements to achieve the Millennium Development Goals.
A methodological approach to estimating the requirements of human resources to achieve the goals set forth by the Millennium Declaration is proposed, which builds on the service-target approach and functional job analysis. Expand
Motivation of health care workers-review of theories and empirical evidence.
  • C. Dolea, O. Adams
  • Art, Medicine
  • Cahiers de sociologie et de demographie medicales
  • 2005
La contribution se termine par quelques recommandations pour the gestion du personnel dans le domaine of the sante ainsi que pour les recherches a venir. Expand
Global burden of obstructed labour in the year 2000
The fetus may be large in relation to the maternal pelvic brim, such as the fetus of a diabetic woman, or the pelvis may be contracted, which is more common when malnutrition is prevalent. Expand
How to conduct a discrete choice experiment for health workforce recruitment and retention in remote and rural areas : a user guide with case studies
This guide aims to provide easy-to-read information and step-by-step advice on a quantitative research method that can help identify appropriate policy responses to health workforce shortages inExpand
Early implementation of WHO recommendations for the retention of health workers in remote and rural areas.
There is a need for impact assessment and evaluation that focus on the links between the rural availability of health workers and universal health coverage and the effects of any health-financing reforms on incentive structures for health workers will also have to be assessed. Expand
Addressing the Human Resources for Health crisis in countries: How far have we gone? What can we expect to achieve by 2015?
The article asks the question of whether the target of 25% reduction in the number of crisis countries can be achieved by 2015, and cites 3 of the most recent global studies and the indicators used to measure progress. Expand
Increasing access to health workers in underserved areas: a conceptual framework for measuring results.
A conceptual framework is proposed that offers a model for monitoring and evaluation of retention interventions taking into account challenges, and suggests that a comprehensive approach needs to be used for the design, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and review of the interventions. Expand
Changing life expectancy in Romania after the transition
This is the first Romanian study that describes the evolution of life expectancy after transition and may at last be beginning to follow the path of improving adult mortality seen in the early 1990s in some of its neighbours. Expand