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Id: biblio-981484
Autor: Belize. Ministry of Health.
Título: Belize human resources for universal health strategic plan 2019-2024: a more efficient and robust health workforce by 2024.
Fonte: s.l; s.n; s.f. 62 p. ilus, tab, graf, mapas.
Idioma: en.
Resumo: Human Resources for Health (HRH) are a priority on the regional and global health development agenda, as a critical component of functional health systems that can ensure universal access to quality health care. The World Health Organization estimates that there will be a shortage of 12.9 million health care workers worldwide by 2035. The finding, if not addressed now, will have serious implications for the health of billions of people across all regions of the world. The Toronto Call to Action spurred a decade of commitment, work and investment at the regional and country levels to improve the availability, distribution, working conditions, and training of health teams. After the expiration of Belize's Health Workforce Strategic Plan in 2014, a situational analysis to determine the key areas of failure and human resource gaps was considered the first stage to establish an informed road map so as to plan for the next decade. This five- year strategic plan is the first of its kind in the country in terms of going beyond numbers to address the human resources for health component. It aims to ensure the equitable distribution of appropriately skilled and motivated human resources for health to support the achievement of health outcomes in Belize and in particular the implementation of Belize's Health Sector Strategic Plan 2014-2024. This plan comes at a time when there is great momentum and increasing concern for the further development of HRH. The Policy Analysis and Planning Unit in the Ministry of Health has led a highly consultative exercise to develop this national human resources for health strategic plan to address challenges affecting health care workers in Belize. The time is conducive for the development and full implementation of this plan. It is evident that a timely, reliable and relevant human resources for health strategic plan is essential to support the formulation, monitoring and evaluation, strategies and policies at the national level. It is through this human resources for health strategic plan that the work begins for a more efficient and robust health workforce in Belize. (AU)
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Id: biblio-905562
Autor: Anon.
Título: Resultados de la Primera Medici¾n de las Metas Regionales de Recursos Humanos para la Salud 2007-2015 Belice / Results of the First Measurement of the Regional Goals for Human Resources for Health 2007-2015 Belize.
Fonte: s.l; s.n; s.d. 5 p. ilus.
Idioma: es.
Responsável: BR1.1 - BIREME


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Id: 18130
Autor: The University of the WestIndies(aut); Wagener, MN(aut); van Dries, L(aut); van Gorp, E(aut); Layne, V(aut).
Título: Quality of life and labour force participation in people living with HIV: The TREVI study in Barbados and The Netherlands
Fonte: West Indian med. j;65(Supp. 3):[42], 2016.
Idioma: en.
Conferência: Apresentado em: 61st Annual CARPHA Health Research Conference, Providenciales, June 23-25, 2016.
Resumo: OBJECTIVE: The TREVI study compared cohorts of persons living with HIV in Barbados and The Netherlands to investigate the impact of living with HIV on health-related quality of life, cognitive functioning and labour force participation. SUBJECTS AND METHODS: Cross-sectional cohorts were recruited from the Ladymeade Reference Unit, Barbados (n = 129) and the Outpatient Clinic of Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (n = 315). RESULTS: The Barbados cohort was younger (mean age 37years) and more gender mixed (58% male) than the Dutchcohort (48 years; 87% male). Both cohorts were well controlled with respect to viral load (> 90% undetectable HIV virus). Unemployment was similar (31% vs 35%) but Dutch respondents reported greater job satisfaction and less anxiety. The Barbadian cohort scored better in self reported quality of life, physical functioning, general health perception, happiness, cognitive functioning and depression. Dementia assessed on the International HIV Dementia Scale scale was equivalent (10.8 al 1.0 vs 10.8 al1.3). Dutch clients were more likely to have disclosed their status to sexual partners, family, or work colleagues. Barbadians were more likely to have been hurt by the reaction of friends to their HIV status (36% vs 17%). CONCLUSIONS: The TREVI study revealed higher perception of health, happiness and quality of life among an HIV cohort living in Barbados. Willingness to disclose HIV status and perceptions of stigma and workplace satisfaction were better among the Dutch cohort. Both recorded similar levels of educational attainment and unemployment. The social, workplace and psychological support needs of persons living with HIV are therefore distinct between these two countries.
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TT5; W1, WE389


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Id: 16936
Autor: Kliksberg, Bernardo.
Título: Los escenarios sociales en America Latina y el Caribe / The social setting in Latin America and the Caribbean
Fonte: Rev. panam. salud publica = Pan am. j. public health;8(1/2):105-111, July/Aug. 2000. ilus.
Idioma: Es.
Resumo: A wide range of sources have pointed out the magnitude and depth of the social problems that trouble Latin America and the Caribbean and the risks that these problems pose for democracy. Although there are other issues that merit consideration, this article briefly outlines nine key social problems: 1) the increase in poverty, 2) the impact of poverty, 3) unemployment and informal employment, 4) deficiencies in public health, 5) problems in education, 6) the newly poor, 7) the erosion of the family, 8) increasing crime, and 9) the perverse cycle of socioeconomic exclusion. Solving these problems must not be delayed. It is urgent to move to a comprehensive view of development that achieves a different balance between economic and social policies, and that recognizes the indispensable role of these policies in achieving truly sustainable development. At stake are problems that not only concern resources, but also priorities, levels of equity, and the organization of society. Facing up to this poverty and inequity requires an in-depth assessment of these economic policies' social consequences, of the crucial subject of Latin American inequity-the greatest in the world-and of the role of social and public policies (AU)
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Id: 16751
Autor: Pan American Health Organization.
Título: English-Speaking Caribbean
Idioma: En.
Resumo: An examination of the social and cultural dimensions of women's health status is particularly useful in the context of developing countries such as those of the English-speaking Caribbean. Despite the active and instrumental roles they have played in the growth of these societies, a historical background of slavery and indenture has bequeathed the majority of the Caribbean women an ambiguous legacy. On the one hand, a large proportion of them have had to maintain work roles equal to those of men; on the other hand, within the cultural sphere their status is inferior to men's (Intro)
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TT5; WA 300 H4339 1985


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Id: 15928
Autor: Brittain, Ann W.
Título: Anticipated child loss to migration and sustained high fertility in an east Caribbean population
Fonte: Soc Biol;38(1-2):94-112, Spring-Summer 1991.
Idioma: En.
Resumo: Development today is mainly accompanied by rapid utilization and, where possible, high rates of migration to industrialized countries. At the same time, the expected demographic transition has often not materialized despite decreases in death rates. Child-to-woman ratios in St. Vincent and the Grenadines are related to the educational attainment of women in a census district, the percentage of men engaged in agriculture, whether the district has direct access to the outside world through a port or airport, and, when the other variables are controlled, the stability of the district's population. Those districts with the greatest stability of population had the lowest child-to-woman ratios, suggesting that the anticipated loss of children to migration may be an important factor in maintaining high reproductive rates (AU)
Responsável: JM3.1 - Médical Library
JM3.1; HQ750


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Id: 14427
Autor: Alleyne, Sylvan I; Morrison, Errol Y. St. A; Richards, Rolf C.
Título: Some social factors related to control of diabetes mellitus in adult Jamaican patients
Fonte: Diabetes Care;2(5):401-8, Sept.-Oct. 1979.
Idioma: En.
Resumo: A population of 103 adult diabetic patients was interviewed at the Outpatient Clinic for diabetic patients of the University Hospital of the West Indies to examine the effects of severity of the illness and social variables, such as facilities at home
Responsável: JM3.1 - Médical Library
JM3.1; Reprint Collection


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Id: 14398
Autor: Alleyne, Sylvan I; Wint, Eleanor; Serjeant, Graham R.
Título: Social effects of leg ulceration in sickle cell anemia
Fonte: South Med J;70(2):213-4, Feb 1977.
Idioma: En.
Resumo: The relationship between chronic leg ulceration and the education, employment, and familial relationships of adults with homozygous sickle cell disease was studied. There was a significant correlation between the age of onset of leg ulcer group demonstrated and educational attainment. Patients in the leg ulcer group demonstated lower educational attainment, had greater difficulty in obtaining and retaining employment, and were less likely to form maritial relationships (AU)
Responsável: JM3.1 - Médical Library
JM3.1; R11.S68


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Id: 14112
Autor: Williams, Linda.
Título: Opportunities for youth in education and jobs
Fonte: In: Anon. Report on the first health and family life education workshop of Turks & Caicos Islands, 2nd-6th September, 1985. Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands. Ministry of Health Education and Welfare, 1985. p.85-6.
Idioma: En.
Responsável: JM3.1 - Médical Library
JM3.1; RA440.5.H42


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Id: 13957
Autor: McCaw Binns, Affette M.
Título: Employment of women in health - public and private sectors
Fonte: In: Anon. Papers: women as providers of health care workshop. Kingston, Department of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of the West Indies, Mona, 1984. p.16.
Idioma: En.
Conferência: Apresentado em: Women as Providers of Health Care Workshop, Kingston, July 16-19, 1984.
Responsável: JM3.1 - Médical Library
JM3.1; R692.W5



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