Effects of policy options for human resources for health: an analysis of systematic reviews.

  title={Effects of policy options for human resources for health: an analysis of systematic reviews.},
  author={Mickey Chopra and Salla A Munro and John N Lavis and Gunn Elisabeth Vist and Sara Bennett},
  volume={371 9613},
BACKGROUND Policy makers face challenges to ensure an appropriate supply and distribution of trained health workers and to manage their performance in delivery of services, especially in countries with low and middle incomes. We aimed to identify all available policy options to address human resources for health in such countries, and to assess the effectiveness of these policy options. METHODS We searched Medline and Embase from 1979 to September, 2006, the Cochrane Library, and the Human… CONTINUE READING
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