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Assessing Financing, Education, Management and Policy by Thomas Bossert, Till Barnighausen, Diana Bowser

By Thomas Bossert, Till Barnighausen, Diana Bowser

This publication features a procedure for assessing the monetary, academic and administration structures and coverage context, crucial for strategic making plans and policy-development for human assets for well-being. This software has been built as an evidence-based accomplished diagnostic relief to notify policy-making in low and middle-income nations with regard to human assets for wellbeing and fitness. It does so in 3 levels through assessing the present prestige of the well-being staff and capacities for future health team coverage implementation with a selected concentrate on 4 points – finance, schooling, administration and policy-making; by way of making a choice on precedence specifications and activities in accordance with the present prestige of the health and wellbeing group; and via displaying how one can series guidelines and draw up a prioritized motion plan for human assets for health and wellbeing. This software is designed as an preliminary diagnostic software for use in a means of constructing a countrywide strategic plan on human assets for health and wellbeing. It is helping to supply a swift preliminary evaluate and a initial strategic plan as a part of a longer-term and sustained means of human assets making plans. it's not meant to evaluate the appropriateness of a workforce's abilities combine or the technical caliber of pre-service curricula, that are the topics of numerous different evaluation instruments. relatively, it makes a speciality of opting for - and offering sequenced options to enhance upon- procedure capacities to extend the effectiveness of the healthiness crew.

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The following section discusses the different aspects of the general political environment that should be investigated as the assessment team develops policy proposals for changes in the financing, education and management of human resources for health. We recommend that the assessment team develop a careful stakeholder analysis through interviews with key stakeholders and with academic or other observers with experience in political analysis and knowledge of the health sector. The following section is a brief introduction to the key areas for analysis, and provides a general overview of possible stakeholder positions and power.

The following list of stakeholders is a list of likely stakeholders in most countries; however, some categories of players may not be applicable to a stakeholder analysis in a particular country. As a guide to thinking about the power and position of stakeholders, here is given a general estimate of the characteristics of these stakeholders based on experience in various countries is given . This overview is only a suggestive list. It should be modified based on more informed assessments about the country concerned, since stakeholders’ position and power are likely to vary greatly from country to country.

2007 15:34:55 PART 2 – POLICY LEVERS AFFECTING HUMAN RESOURCES FOR HEALTH Table 6. Education of human resources for health (HRH): primary indicators Dimension Indicator Benchmark Reference HRH level: pool of potential applicants % secondary schooling attainment or % secondary schooling enrolment 91 (net enrolment in high income countries) Benchmark: • (World Bank, 2004) • 74 (gross enrolment in middle income countries) 44 (gross enrolment in low income countries) Comments Indicator/ benchmark Source Further indicators: • number of graduating middle school students (aggregate and by distribution dimensions) • number of graduating high school students (aggregate and by distribution dimensions) • number of graduating medical school students (aggregate and by distribution dimensions) • proportion of applicants to health professions educational institutions who are not same year graduates of an educational programme qualifying for an application to a health professions educational institution (aggregate and by distribution dimensions) Can be assessed through ministry of education documents Comment: In some countries, for instance in countries with mandatory military service for men, this proportion may be quite high.

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