The Covid-19 pandemic is worsening the global shortage of healthcare staff. Only sustained, concerted effort led by wealthier nations will avert a crisis.
The GCC faces unique workforce challenges, says Frank McKenna, Global Managing Director, Healthcare & Academia, at Harvey Nash Alumni
WHJ’s Fabian Sutch-Daggett speaks to Frank McKenna and Josh Blackman of Harvey Nash about curating the best talent in the healthcare workforce
Henk Siebren de Jong, Philips Chief of International Markets since 2017, speaks to WHJ Global Editor Clare Whelan about different global healthcare markets and future healthcare challenges
Eszter Gulacsy of Mott MacDonald talks to WHJ about the need to make our hospitals healthier to improve both the patient experience and workforce quality of life.
Turning the ‘Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health’ policy recommendations into practice, by Christie Oliver, Policy Correspondent
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.
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.