Sub-Saharan Africa might soon be teaching the world about digital health, says Hassan Chaudhury, Digital Health & Data Specialist at the D.I.T.
Turning the ‘Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health’ policy recommendations into practice, by Christie Oliver, Policy Correspondent
Our Integrated Health Correspondent, Dan Male, investigates a challenge of international proportions.
As crisis looms in the healthcare workforce, with an estimated 18m workers required by 2030, WHJ Publishing Director Steve Gardner discusses the World Health Organization’s role in ensuring a sustainable health workforce with WHO Director of Workforce, Jim Campbell.
Health Alliances offer an effective approach to coordination and collaboration for increased impact and strengthening health systems, says Thomas Hughes, Chief Policy Officer for Health Education England Global Engagement.
For Africa’s healthcare to grow, it’s vital to build capacity and reduce the proportion of externally funded healthcare, says Barry Francis Healthcare UK infrastructure specialist.
Developing healthcare facilities in Africa is a collaboration between the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Finance and Prime Contractor, says consultant Mike Hobbs