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Planning the development of human resources for health for implementation of the Stop TB Strategy; a handbook
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    World Health Organization, Communicable Diseases Cluster., Stop TB Dept. ; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ; National Center for HIV, STD, and TB Prevention (U.S.), Division of Tuberculosis Elimination. ; ... More ▼
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    Abbreviations -- Preface -- Preparation of this document -- Introduction -- Using this handbook -- -- Part I: Developing the health workforce: background, issues, challenges and a way forward -- Chapter 1. Human resources in the health sector: an overview -- Chapter 2. The Human Resources for Health Action Framework -- Chapter 3. The Stop TB Strategy -- Chapter 4. The HRH Action Framework and HRD for implementation of the Stop TB Strategy -- -- Part II: Towards comprehensive TB control: Developing HRD plans for implementation of the Stop TB Strategy -- Chapter 5. The planning process -- Chapter 6. HRD vision and goal, strategies, and implementation approaches -- Chapter 7. HRD workings groups -- Chapter 8. HRD strategic plan and annual implementation plans -- -- Part III: Preparing HRD plans for implementation of the Stop TB Strategy: a step-by-step guide -- Chapter 9. Developing plans using the framework for strategic HRD plans -- Chapter 10. Developing HRD annual implementation plans -- -- Conclusions and next steps -- Annex 1: Glossary -- Annex 2: Resources -- Annex 3: Sample HRD structure in the NTP

    "Developing a workforce to meet national health needs will require sustained efforts over time, building coalitions among all stakeholders, including national TB control programmes (NTPs). The strengths and sustainability of NTPs depend on timely, adequate, and ongoing hiring, training, deployment, motivation, and management of health workers to ensure that the Stop TB Strategy can be implemented in the context of national guidelines to reach the TB-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Services for TB control are provided within the framework of national health systems. It is now widely accepted that the dire shortage of health workers in many places is among the most significant constraints to achieving the health-related MDGs: to reduce child mortality, improve maternal health, and combat HIV/AIDS and other diseases such as TB and malaria. The development of the health workforce is concerned with the different functions involved in planning, managing, and supporting the professional development of the health workforce within the health system. HRD aims to secure the right people, with the right skills and motivation, in the right place, at the right time. Terminology in this area is constantly evolving, with lack of consensus on definitions. In this document, health workforce development, human resources for health (HRH), and human resource development are used interchangeably. HRD in this context refers to the process of planning, managing, and supporting the health workforce for comprehensive TB control within overall health workforce development." --p. 1-2


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