Health Human Resource: Scoping Literature Review and Synthesis


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Health Human Resource: Scoping Literature Review and Synthesis

Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2009
JournalMichael Smith Foundation for Health Research.
AbstractThe Health Services and Policy Research Support Network (HSPRSN) funded this scoping literature review to determine the extent to which the HHR research literature of the last decade has addressed: 1) the impact of system and organizational-level change and innovation on HHR models related of staffing, service and practice models and deployment patterns, and 2) the extent to which these HHR impacts have, in turn, influenced the key issues of i) staff satisfaction and behavior (e.g. recruitment and retention), ii) addressing population and patient needs, and iii) achieving improved patient health outcomes.
Citation KeyCHSPR 09:24