Ogoe and colleagues developed a framework that provides a better understanding of potential eHealth staffing needs in LMICs, using Ghana as a case study. Read more...
Ghana’s eHealth workforce
Job preferences of undergraduate nursing students
The study used economic techniques to confirm that a range of economic and non-economic factors affected the job choices of student nurses. It highlighted for policy makers how to improve employment policies and strategies to attract more students to take jobs in rural areas. Read more..
Human Resources for Health welcomes manuscripts on all aspects of the planning, education, management and governance of human resources for health – particularly those of international relevance and global reach.
James Buchan, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
European Public Health Week – May 13-17, 2019
James Buchan, Editor-in-Chief
Prof. Buchan has specialized in health workforce policy and analysis throughout his career. His background includes periods as a senior Human Resources manager in the National Health Service in Scotland; senior policy analyst at the Royal College of Nursing, (RCN), UK; and as a specialist adviser to Health Workforce Australia, a federal government agency. More recently he has completed a contract as Senior Adviser- Human Resources for Health, WHO European Region.
He continues to work extensively as a policy researcher and consultant on HRH issues in Europe, Asia and the Pacific. Prof. Buchan has academic appointments in Europe and as Adjunct Professor at University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. He is also a Senior Visiting Fellow at the Health Foundation, UK.
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