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Human Resources for Primary Health Care in the Middle East

John Ryan

Human Resources for Primary Health Care in the Middle East

by John Ryan

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  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Syracuse Univ Pr (Sd) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Health systems & services,
  • Health Care

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11358566M
    ISBN 100815660561
    ISBN 109780815660569

    Health Care. The main goal of Jordan’s health strategy has been to provide adequate health coverage to all. In order to meet the objective of providing "health for all by the year ," the government developed a health strategy which aimed at developing a comprehensive health system, including the services of the private sector, to ensure preventative, tertiary and rehabilitative care .   Public health challenges in the Middle East by preventive services and improve primary health care to address immediate needs. Although some countries have the economic resources to face this.

      Primary health care is widely recognized as the most cost-effective strategy for delivering essential health interventions, for example, to reduce maternal and child mortality [].According to the Declaration of Alma-Ata, primary health care “addresses the main health problems in the community, providing promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative Cited by: health in Europe Human resources for health are key determinants of health system performance. They represent, however, the largest and most expensive input into health care and are particularly challenging to develop. This book examines some of the major problems facing health care professionals in Europe and the best solutions for dealing.

    Healthcare in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia — An Overview Sector Profile The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is widely recognised as having the largest and fastest growing population in the Gulf Cooperation Council (the “GCC”), with over half the population under Until , all Saudi nationals were entitled to free healthcare. “This important new book by one of primary care's most accomplished authors sets out clearly the academic basis for further developments in primary health care. Health systems will only function effectively if they recognise the importance of high quality primary care so I strongly recommend this book to students, teachers, researchers Cited by:


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This article is based upon 2 months spent by the author visiting 9 Middle Eastern countries insponsored by WHO. Particular attention is given to the contrasting ways in which primary health care is being developed in two countries, Egypt and the Sudan.

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