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The book analyses how the current regulatory processes and practices related to key aspects of the management of the health professions may facilitate or inhibit the development of effective responses to challenges facing health care systems in Europe. The authors document how health care systems in Europe are confronting existing challenges in relation to the health workforce and identify the strategies that are likely to be most effective in optimizing the management of health professionals in the future.
Human Resources for Health in Europe is key reading for health policy makers and postgraduates taking courses in health services management, health policy and health economics. It is also of interest to human resource professionals.
Contributors: Carl Afford, Rita Baeten, James Buchan, Anna Dixon, Carl-Ardy Dubois, Sigrún Gunnarsdóttir, Elisabeth Kachur, Karl Krajic, Suszy Lessof, Ann Mahon, Alan Maynard, Martin McKee, Ellen Nolte, Anne Marie Rafferty, Charles Shaw, Bonnie Sibbald, Ruth Young.
Human resources for health in Europe
Analysing trends, opportunities and challenges
Migration of health workers in Europe: policy problem or policy solution?
Changing professional boundaries
Structures and trends in health profession education in Europe
Managing the performance of health professionals
Health care managers as a critical component of the health care workforce
Incentives in health care: the shift in emphasis from the implicit to the explicit
Enhancing working conditions
Reshaping the regulation of the workforce in European health care systems
The challenges of transition in CEE and the NIS of the former USSR
The impact of EU law and policy
Moving forward: building a strategic framework for the development of the health care workforce