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The idea for this Health Policy and Systems Research Reader on Human Resources for Health (HRH) emerged from the need for guidance on and examples of excellent and innovative HRH research, embracing health workers as creative and dynamic agents who work alongside patients, community members, managers, and policy-makers to address contemporary health system complexities.
This reader promotes greater understanding of the varied health policy and systems research approaches that can be applied to HRH and provides resources that can be used for teaching and capacity development on HRH for researchers and practitioners alike.
Please see page 395-407 for "Workplace Violence and Gender Discrimination in Rwanda’s Health Workforce: Increasing safety and gender equality." Human Resources for Health. 9:19. 2011.