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Thailand's health workforce : a review of challenges and experiences (Inglês)

Thailand's health system is a dynamic entity that continues to change and grow. The country's health policies greatly affect the health workforce, the choices they make, their numbers and their availability. This paper explores the relationship between Thai health workers and the policies that affect them.

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  • Autor

    Pagaiya, Nonglak Noree, Thinakorn

  • Data do documento

    2009/11/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    54633

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Tailândia,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Thailand's health workforce : a review of challenges and experiences

  • Palavras-chave

    Nurses;rural area;health workforce;shortage of health worker;health care seeking behavior;primary health care facilities;cost of health services;skill need;leading causes of mortality;Human Resources for Health;decentralization of health systems;health facility;Health Workers;public health facility;district hospital;private hospitals;years of service;health care system;quality of care;primary care;public health service;accessibility of care;health service provision;annual economic growth;community health care;health system development;health center serving;economic growth rate;primarily due;career advancement opportunity;primary care services;private training institute;private health insurance;private insurance system;students per year;population and environment;private sector income;private insurance scheme;community health worker;serving rural areas;access to care;population per nurse;bed occupancy rate;private health services;health workforce migration;health promotion approaches;participation in health;provision of service;rural health services;Natural Resource Management;economic crisis;medical school;financial incentive;medical student;universal coverage;nursing college;medical tourism;local training;Health policies;equitable distribution;health infrastructure;public hospital;regional hospital;health prevention;management strategy;epidemiological changes;health finance;turnover rate;curative care;health problem;Public Facilities;public reform;inequitable distribution;educational strategy;rural public;medical doctor;environmental context;tax incentive;nursing student;traditional healer;private clinic;holistic approach;Labor Market;government scholarship;production plan;public university;remote district;dynamic entities;health network;medical equipment;heart disease;provincial hospital;preventive care;health technology;private college;participatory mechanism;retention rates;compulsory contract;pull factor;educational approach;financial strategy;ottawa charter;production increase;intensive market;medical service;geographical distribution;positive impact;outpatient visits;economic recovery;work satisfaction;organizational management;professional recognition;medical education;staff salary;decentralization model;rural salary;national policy;hospital bed;target health;commercial presence;rural migration;health expenditure;financial strategies;rural hospitals;inpatient bed;government investment;referral system;student recruitment;health teams;global context;future need;health auxiliary;high ratio;inequitable access;community management;adequate provision;adequate health;secondary care;alternative medicine;medical training;professional association;qualification requirement;severe shortage;public colleges;traditional medicine;recruitment targets;private university;qualified professional;effective work;Infectious Disease;community hospital;moral support;social network;national health;community participation;rural community;AIDS patients;capitation basis;health budget;healthcare reform;health issue;Workforce Development;population structure;foreign client;government authority;civil participation;healthy society;holistic health;private company;good health;community group;administrative function;logistic support;Rural Sector;foreign investor;Curriculum Reform;job satisfaction;Continuing Education;production process;health centre;

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