Measuring and managing the work environment of the mid-level provider – the neglected human resource

  title={ Measuring and managing the work environment of the mid-level provider – the neglected human resource},
  author={Eilish McAuliffe and C. Bowie and Ogenna Manafa and Fresier Chidyaonga Maseko and Malcolm MacLachlan and David Hevey and Charles Normand and Maureen Leah Chirwa},
  journal={Human Resources for Health},
  pages={13 - 13}
BACKGROUND Much has been written in the past decade about the health workforce crisis that is crippling health service delivery in many middle-income and low-income countries. Countries having lost most of their highly qualified health care professionals to migration increasingly rely on mid-level providers as the mainstay for health services delivery. Mid-level providers are health workers who perform tasks conventionally associated with more highly trained and internationally mobile workers… CONTINUE READING
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