Access to Medicines Conference Recap

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Access to Medicines Conference Recap

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GLOBAL HEALTH WRITES CITIZEN JOURNALIST: Rosie James   On Wednesday May 2nd, over 160 delegates gathered at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) in Dublin city to discuss the problems and solutions of the high prices of new medicines in Ireland and around the world. The one-day conference was organized by Dr Kieran […]

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Looking forward

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GLOBAL HEALTH WRITES CITIZEN JOURNALIST: Jennifer Trainor   For five days, at the Fourth Global Forum on Human Resources for Health, delegates were presented a variety of topics on the theme of building and improving the capacity of future healthcare personnel. Specialists from different backgrounds presented on topics from the delivery of healthcare in rural […]

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Inter-sectoral actions: Health of all is better when sectors work together

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GLOBAL HEALTH WRITES CITIZEN JOURNALIST: Jenny YC Lee   In a roundtable discussion at the 4th Global Forum on HRH, Dr. Tana Wuliji from the WHO shared facts about the pressing issues in health workforce. If we add up all the shortfall of health workers around the world, the number would be 18 million. This […]

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Health is a productive sector, not a consumptive one. Invest in it!

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GLOBAL HEALTH WRITES CITIZEN JOURNALIST: Loice Epetiru   The Fourth Global Forum on Human Resources for Health brought together stakeholders from around the globe to discuss the Human Resources for Health agenda with the aim of attaining universal health coverage, health security and achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). More than 1000 delegates gathered at the […]

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Gender analysis: Making research transformative

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GLOBAL HEALTH WRITES CITIZEN JOURNALIST: Jenny YC Lee What does “gender” mean to you? It is different from sex, which refers to the anatomy of an individual’s reproductive system. Gender varies across social context and over time. Nowadays, many researchers around the globe incorporate “gender analysis” to ensure equity in health system research. At the […]

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7 issues that will shape the health workforce of the future

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GLOBAL HEALTH WRITES CITIZEN JOURNALIST: Margarite Nathe   What will it take to build the ideal health workforce? There are 7.6 billion of us on the planet today. That’s 7.6 billion working adults, infants in diapers, nursing mothers, teens planning their futures, elderly people, and many, many more. We each have different hopes and requirements. […]

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A call to action

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GLOBAL HEALTH WRITES Citizen Journalist: Ifunanya Ikhile   The Fourth Global Forum on Human Resources for Health held in Dublin, Ireland, brought together key stakeholders in human resources for health from several sectors and countries. During the course of the conference, several health workforce themes were discussed, including: gender equity and women’s economic empowerment, investing […]

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Effective Partnerships will make Workforce 2030 a reality!

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GLOBAL HEALTH WRITES CITIZEN JOURNALIST: Loice Epetiru The topic: “Making Partnerships Work for Workforce 2030” was one of the track session topics deliberated on at the Fourth Global Forum on Human Resources for Health. From 13th-17th November 2017, a thousand delegates convened at the Royal Dublin Society to share experiences, best practices, and forge ways […]

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Youth should have a seat at the table

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GLOBAL HEALTH WRITES CITIZEN JOURNALIST: Ifunanya Ikhile   This statement was reiterated at the inaugural Youth Forum of the Human Resources for health Conference held at the Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, Ireland on Tuesday, 14th November 2017. Students and young professionals from various countries, health, and social care sectors enunciated the importance of youth engagement […]

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