This year was marked by war, disease, and great progress.
An Excerpt from Kate Tulenko in the New York Times: Foreign Health Workers in the US Come with a Cost
In the NY Times, Tulenko discusses the dire economic and social consequences of insourcing and how it threatens the quality of care.
I saw people out of work in the US and health workers being imported from countries that could ill afford to lose them.
Investing in US-Trained Health Workers: Kate Tulenko Responds to 'America Is Stealing the World's Doctors'
The most important solution is for the US to train more of its own health workers.
Task shifting in low-resource settings means transferring tasks from one health care worker to another—and it comes with challenges.
More than a year after its devastating earthquake, Haiti is still struggling to recover and rebuild its health system.
This month’s Health Affairs issue “Lessons from Around the World” highlights some of the most pressing issues in health systems strengthening and human resources for health.
Earlier this month, the World Health Organization released “Increasing access to health workers in remote and rural areas through improved retention.”
Top 10 Myths about the Global Health Workforce Crisis Busted at the National Physicians Alliance Conference
Recently, I presented this Top 10 at the National Physicians Alliance (NPA) Annual Meeting in California.