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Measurement and accountability for results in health. Does what gets measured, get done?

Measurement and accountability for results in health. Does what gets measured, get done ? Dr Chan the former Director of WHO reflected that ‘what gets measured, gets done’. Yellow measure tape By karandaev Adobe Stock The idea of reorienting towards population and community needs is a central... Read more

Route 90 Collaborative

 

The Route 90 Collaborative, named for the main artierial road connecting Buffalo, Syracuse, and Albany, in New York State, United States.

 

Pakistan Lady Health Worker Program

Pakistan Lady Health Worker Program

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Childsmile, NHS Scotland

Parents and carers

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Israeli Physician Assistants

Israel has slowly been suffering from a decline in the rate of medical doctors per population in the last decade.  Physicians from the Soviet Union who immigrated in the 1990’s are set to retire in the near future, coupled with a loss of physicians to other industries and emigration. An increase demand for care due to high birth rates, an aging population, and an increase in chronic diseases has all lead to concerns about a shortage of health care providers.  

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Patient University

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Pakistan Lady Health Worker Program

Pakistan Lady Health Worker Program

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Ethiopia's Human Resources for Health Programme

Ethiopia's Human Resources for Health Programme

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Redistribution of health sector resources - Matlab experience

Beginning in the 1970s, the government, with support from international donors, sustained nearly 20, 000 female community health workers whose jobs involved visiting households, meeting with residents, caring for the health needs of mothers and children and offering contraceptives (injectable, oral and barrier methods). 

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Sierra Leone’s Community Health Officers: a resilient, responsive health workforce

Authors: Alex van Duinen MD, PhD Candidate, Nadia Cobb PA-C, PhD Candidate, Alieu Faylulu F Mansaray SACHO, Amadu Jawara SACHO, Seibatu Sia Kemoh SACHO in training Background The Social Determinants of Health impact 80% of a patient’s health status, with medicine effecting the other 20%. 1,2,3... Read more

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