Bulletin of WHO Vol. 91, No. 11, 2013
WHO BULLETIN. (Published in English with abstracts in French, Spanish, Arabic)
World Health Organization
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.     2013        100   pages
The Bulletin of the World Health Organization is an international journal of public health with a special focus on developing countries. Since it was first published in 1948, the Bulletin has become one of the world's leading public health journals. As the flagship periodical of the World Health Organization (WHO), the Bulletin draws on WHO experts as editorial advisers, reviewers and authors as well as on external collaborators.

In this month's issue: Human resources for universal health coverage: from evidence to policy and action; Investing in human resources for health: the need for a paradigm shift; Human resources for universal health coverage: leadership needed; Beyond clinical skills: key capacities needed for universal health coverage; Health worker remuneration in WHO Member States; Monitoring the implementation of the WHO Global Code of Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel; Quality of care provided by mid-level health workers: systematic review and meta-analysis; Early implementation of WHO recommendations for the retention of health workers in remote and rural areas; Why do health labour market forces matter?; Community health workers for universal health-care coverage: from fragmentation to synergy; Human resources for health and universal health coverage: fostering equity and effective coverage; Strengthening human resources for health through multisectoral approaches and leadership: the case of Cameroon; Strengthening human resources for health through information, coordination and accountability mechanisms: the case of the Sudan; Health workforce contributions to health system development: a platform for universal health coverage; Tackling health workforce challenges to universal health coverage: setting targets and measuring progress; Health workforce indicators: let s get real; Towards universal health coverage: a health workforce fit for purpose and practice; Health workforce benchmarks for universal health coverage and sustainable development; Empowering patients and strengthening communities for real health workforce and funding targets; Leveraging information technology to bridge the health workforce gap; A comprehensive health labour market framework for universal health coverage; Can human resources for health in the context of noncommunicable disease control be a lever for health system changes?.