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Human Resources for Health and Governance

This issue has been made possible with support from the Directorate General for International Cooperation of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Dr Marjolein Dieleman

  1. Here, the educational and labour market characteristics of Mexican dentists are revised. Dentistry is a health profession that has been scarcely studied in developing countries. This analysis attempts to under...

    Authors: Luz María González-Robledo, María Cecilia González-Robledo and Gustavo Nigenda
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2012 10:31
  2. Despite an increase in efforts to address shortage and performance of Human Resources for Health (HRH), HRH problems continue to hamper quality service delivery. We believe that the influence of governance is ...

    Authors: Marjolein Dieleman and Thea Hilhorst
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2011 9:29
  3. One of the components of the Health Observatory for Latin American and the Caribbean (HO-LAC) is the design and implementation of metrics for human resources for health. Under the HO-LAC initiative, researcher...

    Authors: Gustavo G Nigenda Jr, Maria H Machado, Fernando F Ruiz, Victor V Carrasco, Patricia P Moliné and Sabado S Girardi
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2011 9:24
  4. Following twenty years of economic and social growth, Liberia's fourteen-year civil war destroyed its health system, with most of the health workforce leaving the country. Following the inauguration of the Sir...

    Authors: S Tornorlah Varpilah, Meredith Safer, Erica Frenkel, Duza Baba, Moses Massaquoi and Genevieve Barrow
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2011 9:11
  5. Responsible governance is crucial to national development and a catalyst for achieving the Millennium Development Goals. To date, governance seems to have been a neglected issue in the field of human resources...

    Authors: Marjolein Dieleman, Daniel MP Shaw and Prisca Zwanikken
    Citation: Human Resources for Health 2011 9:10