Estimating inflows and outflows of health service providers in sub-Saharan Africa

Yohannes KINFU, Hugo Mercer, Mario Dal Poz, David Evans

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    Abstract

    Health interventions cannot be carried out without health workers. Personal health interventions involving patient contacts require the services of doctors, nurses or other types of health care providers, while the preservation and promotion of health require such additional health workers as public health specialists, health educationalists and media experts. The health system also needs the services of many other categories, including planners, health economists and accountants
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationGeneva
    PublisherWorld Health Organization
    Pages1-7
    Number of pages7
    VolumeMarch 2006
    Publication statusPublished - 2006

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    KINFU, Y., Mercer, H., Dal Poz, M., & Evans, D. (2006). Estimating inflows and outflows of health service providers in sub-Saharan Africa. (pp. 1-7). Geneva: World Health Organization.