Resource Spotlight: Systemic Management of Human Resources for Health: An Introduction for Health Mangers
Health leaders and managers need to have a thorough and clear understanding of what a HRH system is and what the key elements of its successful management are. The purpose of this manual is to present, in a simple but comprehensive way, all the basic components of a HRH system, and explain why and how they have to work in synergy to contribute to the achievement of the health sector strategic goals.
The framework and elements provided by this manual can help central, regional, and/or district health and human resources managers to understand better how their actions can produce specific improvements at their levels and at the same time contribute to the strengthening of the HRH system as a whole. [from author]
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Past Resource Spotlights
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- How to Recruit and Retain Health Workers in Rural and Remote Areas in Developing Countries
- Accreditation in a Sub Saharan Medical School: A Case Study at Makerere University