SEEHN Health Workforce Observatory

The Regional Health Development Center (South-eastern Europe Observatory) on Human Resources for Health is an initiative of the SEE Health Network and includes national institutions in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Israel, Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, Republic of Macedonia, Romania and Serbia. The SEEHN Health Workforce Observatory is hosted by the National Center on Health Management in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, and receives technical support and guidance by the WHO Regional Office for Europe Human Resources for Health Program.

First meeting of SEE NFPs on HRH

The technical meeting "Strengthening the health workforce knowledge base to support evidence informed health policies" that took place in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, on 28-29 June 2012, brought together international and local experts on human resources for health, strategic partners of the EU funded project on health professionals mobility, implemented by WHO, as well as the National Focal Points on Human Resources for Health in the South-eastern Europe. The meeting was organized by the WHO Regional Office for Europe and the SEE Health Network, and was kindly hosted by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Moldova.






Among other topics, the meeting reviewed the global, regional and national level experiences on establishing Observatories on HRH and their strategic functions; and explored the SEE region specific objectives and workplan.

You can read or download a copy of the program by clicking here.

You can read or download a copy of the presentations by clicking on their title below:

Health workforce challenges and implications on health system in the Republic of Moldova
Dr Andrei Usatîi, Minister of Health of the Republic of Moldova

Better managing the mobility of health professionals in the Republic of Moldova: The scope and objectives of the EU funded project
Dr Ala Nemerenco, Team Leader, WHO Country Office in the Republic
of Moldova

Health professional mobility and health systems: Evidence generated by thePROMeTHEUS project
Dr Matthias Wismar, European Observatory on Health Systems and
Policies

Role of statistical data on human resources for health: challenges and policyoptions
Dr Galina Perfilieva, WHO Regional Office for Europe

Information systems on human resources for health
Mr Reijo Ailasmaa, Finland

An overview of HRH Observatories
Prof Gilles Dussault, WHO Collaborating centre, Lisbon, Portugal.

Experience of WHO EMRO Observatory on HRH
Dr Walid Abubaker, Focal point on HRH Observatory, WHO/EMRO

Roles and functions of the Observatory for the South-eastern Health Network countries
Dr Nicolae Jelamschi, SEE RHDC on HRH, the Republic of Moldova

National Observatories on HRH: a way forward
Dr Nicolae Jelamschi, SEE RHDC on HRH, the Republic of Moldova

WHO Commitments: Global Code of Practice on the InternationalRecruitment of Health Personnel
Dr Galina Perfilieva, WHO/Regional Office for Europe










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