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The economics of health professional education and careers : insights from a literature review (English)

The health sector is shaped by its professionals. The processes by which they are selected for training, trained, and then deployed are therefore critical for the functioning of any health system. ... See More +

Publication 99535 SEP 16, 2015

Mcpake,Barbara; Squires,Allison Patricia; Mahat,Agya; Araujo,Edson Correia Disclosed

Brazil - Universal health coverage for inclusive and sustainable development : country summary report (English)

Over the last 20 years, Brazil has seen profound economic, political, and demographic changes. After a period of military dictatorship (from 1964 to 1985), political and economic stability was achieved in the mid-1990s. ... See More +

Working Paper 91214 SEP 01, 2014

Lindelow, Magnus; Araujo, Edson C. Disclosed

Contracting for primary health care in Brazil : the cases of Bahia and Rio de Janeiro (English)

This study presents two case studies, each on a current initiative of contracting for primary health services in Brazil, one for the state of Bahia, the other for the city of Rio de Janeiro. ... See More +

Working Paper 91322 SEP 01, 2014

Araujo, Edson; Cavalini, Luciana; Girardi, Sabado; Ireland, Megan; Lindelow, Magnus Disclosed

Progress towards universal health coverage in BRICS : Translating economic growth into better health (English)

Brazil, the Russian Federation, India, China and South Africa, the countries known as BRICS, represent some of the world’s fastest growing large economies and nearly 40 percent of the world’s population. ... See More +

Journal Article 102474 MAR 10, 2014

Rao,Krishna Dipankar; Varduhi Petrosyan; Araujo,Edson Correia; Diane McIntyre Disclosed

How to recruit and retain health workers in rural and remote areas in developing countries (English)

Worldwide the geographical distribution of health workers is skewed towards urban and wealthier areas. This pattern is found in nearly every country in the world, regardless of the level of economic development and health system organization, but the problem is especially acute in developing countries. ... See More +

Working Paper 78506 JUN 01, 2013

Araujo, Edson; Maeda, Akiko Disclosed