National Health Workforce Accounts – A Handbook

Draft for Consultation

by Zoltan Aszalos, Ronald Batenburg, Jim Campbell et al.
World Health Organization, October 2016

160 pp. 3.4 MB

The National Health Workforce Accounts (NHWA) presented in this Handbook contains a set of 90 core indicators, divided over ten modules, that aim to provide concise information on the health workforce situation and trends of a country. The NHWA contains indicators of relevance to country, regional and global reporting across the spectrum of health workforce priorities. It is primarily based on a comprehensive health labour market framework for universal health coverage (UHC). The purpose of the NHWA is to facilitate the standardization of a health workforce information system for interoperability, as well as to support tracking Human Resources for Health (HRH) policy performance towards UHC. This version is a draft for consultation.

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