This post is part of our “Supporting the Human in Human Resources” blog series co-hosted by the Maternal Health Task Force and Jacaranda Health.
To enrich the “Supporting the Human in Human Resources” blog series, a round-up of recent literature on the subject is here aggregated as a useful tool for public health practitioners. Let us know how these articles are helpful and about other human resource topics that interest you.
- Systematic Review on Human Resources for Health Interventions to Improve Maternal Health Outcomes: Evidence from Developing Countries
- HUMAN RESOURCES FOR HEALTH: foundation for Universal Health Coverage and the post-2015 development agenda
- Human resources for maternal, newborn and child health: from measurement and planning to performance for improved health outcomes
- Human resources for maternal health: multi-purpose or specialists?
- Time to address gender discrimination and inequality in the health workforce
- Factors affecting motivation and retention of primary health care workers in three disparate regions in Kenya
- Task-shifting and prioritization: a situational analysis examining the role and experiences of community health workers in Malawi
- HRM and its effect on employee, organizational and financial outcomes in health care organizations
- Hope and despair: community health assistants’ experiences of working in a rural district in Zambia
- Reaching Mothers and Babies with Early Postnatal Home Visits: The Implementation Realities of Achieving High Coverage in Large-Scale Programs
- Community Health Workers in Low-, Middle-, and High-Income Countries: An Overview of Their History, Recent Evolution, and Current Effectiveness
- Home visits by community health workers to prevent neonatal deaths in developing countries: a systematic review
- Expansion in the private sector provision of institutional delivery services and horizontal equity: evidence from Nepal and Bangladesh
- Performance-based incentives to improve health status of mothers and newborns: what does the evidence show?
- Building capacity to develop an African teaching platform on health workforce development: a collaborative initiative of universities from four sub Saharan countries
- Retention of female volunteer community health workers in Dhaka urban slums: a prospective cohort study