Voluntary informed choice is personal and complicated.
When it comes to global health, human resources management can mean life or death.
We know we need to train and deploy more health workers, but how can we make the most of the health workers we currently have?
Every day Alfredo provides HIV education and gets positive clients on treatment.
Under pressure of long hours, short staffing, and the growth of a deadly disease, how can health workers stay safe and effective?
A simple job description can do wonders for a health worker's morale and even the quality of care she provides. So why are job descriptions so hard to come by in some countries?
Conditions in Habiba's rural health center were, she says, appalling.
After 32 years of service in health care, Bekalu Afenew hoped his next post would be in a big city. It wasn't, but he didn't let that slow him down.
“I like providing support and care to patients,” says Rosa Lara de Forela, the subdirector of nursing at the Pedro de Bethancourt National Hospital in beautiful Antigua, Guatemala.
According to the 2010 Kenya Service Provision Assessment survey, only 46% of Kenyan health facilities have running water year-round.