The Future Health Workforce: Integrated Solutions and Models of Care
Balasubramanian, Madhan (editor)
Short, Stephanie (editor)
This edited collection brings together a diverse set of original research and review articles that contribute towards a unified objective of redesigning the future health workforce. Our fundamental premise is that the future health workforce needs to be more closely aligned to population needs and be able to address emerging challenges of the 21st century. • The collection includes 13 articles (11 original research; 2 review) from nine countries. • Original research articles that contributed to this special issue came from Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Japan, South Korea, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States of America. • The collection features a range of health professionals including medical, dental, nursing, allied health, social work, and health management workforce. This unique piece of scholarship adds to ongoing global efforts on health workforce integration, universal health coverage, and creating sustainable and people-centric health systems
Keywordsclimate change; health workforce; workforce planning; competencies; public health education; human resource shortage; mental counselling; psychological counselling; public health; shortage; social cognitive; social work; workforce management; Workers’ Healthcare Assistance Model (WHAM); patient-centred care; integrated care; interdisciplinary; sustainable return on investment (S-ROI); economic sustainability; WELLCAST ROI™; general practitioners; postgraduate medical training; rural workforce; medical faculty; advanced skills; scope of practice; vocational education; primary health care; rural population; family physicians; rural health workforce; allied health; local context; recruitment; retention; turnover; Australia; older people; Covid-19; new ways of working; health and social care; teamwork; social media; medical directors; health service management; management workforce development; management competency, Chinese hospitals; career choice; generalist; general practice; specialist; medical training; doctors; realist evaluation; theory; experience; norms; attributes; dental hygienist; job attractiveness; job satisfaction; work environment; Europe; thinking; improvement science; nursing students; qualitative research; workforce solution; mental health workforce; trained lay counsellors; unaccompanied refugee minors; teaching recovery techniques; cognitive behaviour therapy; group intervention; stepped care model; workforce policy; health equity; racism; history; medicine; medical education; n/a; operational models; planning; skill mix; integration
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021