Human Resources in Public Healthcare Settings in South Asia in the Last 10 Years

Human Resources in Public Healthcare Settings in South Asia in the Last 10 Years

Authors

  • Areej Javaid
  • Sidrah Rahim
  • Fatima Minhas
  • Fayqa Sarfraz
  • Maria Mujahida
  • Faiza Aziz
  • Umar Sadat

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21649/jspark.v3i1.376

Keywords:

Human Resources, Health Workforce, SDG goals

Abstract

Human resources are part and parcel of an effective healthcare system. They not only cater to clinical but non-clinical areas of the healthcare system too. Human resources aim to achieve a sustainable healthcare system globally which is a basic right of every living
individual. Objective: To review human resources densities and their input in the healthcare system. We also aim to look at the management of human resources and governmental policies and how this has affected patient care. Methods: A search string was generated and databases used to search for articles included: Pubmed, Google Scholar, and Pakmednet. PRISMA guidelines were adopted to screen articles and select based on the inclusion and exclusion criteria proposed. Results: Out of 922 compiled articles,16 were selected after screening and eligibility selection. These articles showed the availability and competency of human resources from Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and other South Asian countries. Various problems and issues were examined surrounding human resources for health and the impact this has on care in South Asia. Conclusion: Necessary policies that aim to increase the availability of human resources and their competency by decreasing
workload must be carried out so the density increase in South Asia can be seen for human resources in the healthcare system.

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Published

2024-02-12 — Updated on 2024-02-12

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Javaid, A., Rahim, S., Minhas, F., Sarfraz, F., Mujahida, M., Aziz, F., & Sadat, U. (2024). Human Resources in Public Healthcare Settings in South Asia in the Last 10 Years. Journal of Society of Prevention, Advocacy and Research KEMU, 3(1), 2–11. https://doi.org/10.21649/jspark.v3i1.376

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