This week in Recife, we’re telling the world: Let’s find a way to make sure that all people have access to health workers.
More than ever before in history, our world’s population is young, urban, and on the move. And our health needs are changing.
Data and open-source software are helping to clear the path to universal health coverage.
The payoffs aren't immediate, but building strong, resilient health systems is the key to making care sustainable for all.
This November, the global health community’s eyes should be on two major gatherings in Brazil and Ethiopia.
Let's make HRH part of the upcoming discussions on global governance for health.
While the Second Global Forum on Human Resources for Health was full of opportunities, it was also quite deficient in addressing the one global issue that continues to hinder progress.
Despite the 6:30 a.m. reporting time, the field trip to Siriraj Hospital in Bangkok—part of the Second Global Forum on Human Resources for Health—turned out to be one of the best events of the week.