Health manpower requirements for the achievement of health for all by the year 2000 through primary health care: report of a WHO expert committee
World Health Organization, 1985 - Business & Economics - 92 pages
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the context of health manpower development
meeting the needs of health for all
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achieve health activities appropriate attitudes categories of health community health workers community involvement competencies components concept continuing education coordination coverage curricula decision-making developing countries development of health education and training effective emphasize ensure entire populations evaluation Expert Committee functions Global Strategy health care approach health manpower development health manpower information health manpower management health manpower planning health manpower policy health manpower requirements health manpower research health needs health personnel health professionals health sciences health services health system based health teams implementation improve integrated interaction management of health manpower development process manpower development programmes manpower management system Member ministry of health monitoring national health development national strategies nurses performance planners primary health priority production promote recommends relevant responsibility roles sectors skills social staff strategies for health supervision systems and manpower tasks teachers technical training institutions training programmes World Health Assembly World Health Organization