This paper estimates the demand and the supply of the health human resource in 2006,2010 and 2015 based on analyzing the states of the health human resource and higher medical education in Heilongjiang Province and some proposals are made for dealing with the problem.
Based on the analysis of population accounting data from different period and source,correction is made for the public health service population in Zhejiang Province and a simulated prediction of the demand of the healthcare manpower is made by the specific ratio method of healthcare manpower population.
This paper makes a quantitative analysis of the supply and demand of the healthcare manpower under the condition of the rapid economic development and discusses the development target for the healthcare manpower till 2020 in Zhejiang Province through a comparative study.
Results The main problems existing in Shenzhen community health services were as follows:(1)the structural incoordination of the community health human resources,eg the doctor nurse ratio 1:0 75,and low quality concerning the total health workers;
The line regression, the ratio of health manpower to population, grey dynamics model (1,1) was employed to forecast the supply and demand of medical postgraduate according to the corresponding data from 1991 to 2000 in Hubei province.
To improve conditions actively to attract and cultivate excellent professionals, especially the senior medical scholars, are effective measures to adjust the degree structure of health manpower as soon as possible in Hubei province.
A different system of training and education for various levels of health manpower has been involved in Nepal.
It was generally found that EMS was built-up by subjects of Medical Education, Health Manpower, Water Supply, and Health Policy.
Since success will depend upon the quantity and quality of mental health manpower, this problem must be the next major one to solve.
The performance of managerial task activities by mental health/human services administrators is reviewed.
Curricula of associate degree mental health/human-services training programs
Over 100 community college programs engaged in training people for mental health/human-services employment were studied in order to describe the curriculum most generally offered and variations most frequently found.
All interferon units are expressed with reference to the National Institutes of Health human interferon standard G-023-901-527.
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