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  • Title: Asia - Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. About AAAH.. History.. Secretariat.. Steering Committee.. Member Countries.. Partner Agencies.. News.. HRH News.. HRH Research.. AAAH Newsletter.. Community.. Blogs.. Discussion Forum.. Register of Researchers.. External Links.. Classify.. Jobs.. Conferences.. Scholarships.. Conference.. AAAH Conference 2012.. AAAH Conference Reports.. Contact AAAH.. The Asia Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health (.. AAAH.. ) is a response to international recognition of the need for global and regional action to strengthen country planning and action on health workforce system.. As of January 2013 it has 16 members including Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Mongolia Myanmar, Nepal,  ...   capacity strengthening, knowledge generation, and technical coordination.. New approach to rural medical education needed.. Mid-Level Health Workers discussion flyer.. GHWA newsletter Issue 1, 2010.. read more ».. Measuring Extent of Autonomy in Teaching Hospitals of Punjab: A Case of Services Hospital, Lahore.. The Mental Health Development in Malaysia: History, Current Issue and Future Development.. A literature review: the role of the private sector in the production of nurses in India, Kenya, South Africa and Thailand.. Copyright @ 2012 Asia Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health.. All Rights Reserved.. web design by.. Maximumdev.. E-mail :.. secretariat@aaahrh.. org..

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  • Title: Asia - Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health
    Descriptive info: 1.. BACKGROUND.. The Asia-Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health (AAAH) is a regional partnership mechanism established in response to the international recognition of the need for global and regional action to strengthen country health workforce planning and action.. As of 2012, AAAH has 16 members including Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam.. AAAH s 5 priority actions are the following: HRH advocacy, information monitoring, capacity strengthening, knowledge generation, and technical coordination.. AAAH is managed by a small Secretariat team under the guidance of the Steering Committee.. Each country in the network has a focal point who acts as a coordinator between the AAAH and agencies within the country.. The Vision of the AAAH network is.. :.. Countries have strong HRH research, planning and management capacity to support the development of equitable and effective health systems in the Asia-Pacific region.. 2.. ACTIVITIES.. There are key actions to initiate HRH activities in the region including, advocacy and support for strengthening HRH planning and implementation; knowledge generation, management and sharing; and coordination and technical support to partners in order to build capacity for HRH research, planning and management.. 1 Advocacy and support for strengthening HRH planning.. AAAH website and blogs.. Visit the new AAAH Website at www.. aaahrh.. : The AAAH newsletters have been published bimonthly since 2007 and are available for download from the AAAH Website.. Participation in other meetings/workshops:.. AAAH Secretariat staff and Steering Committee members have attended a number of HRH-related meetings to advocate for the importance of HRH and to create opportunities for collaboration with potential partners.. 2 Knowledge generation, management and sharing.. The AAAH Annual Conference.. The AAAH Conference is arranged on an annual basis in the second half of the year.. It is an international forum aiming to facilitate the exchange of HRH knowledge and experience among the AAAH country members and international partners.. The 1.. st.. AAAH Annual Conference 2006 was held in Ayutthaya, Thailand, 28-31 October 2006: 90 participants attended.. The 2.. nd.. AAAH Annual Conference 2007 was held in Beijing, China, 12-14 October 2007.. The theme was Human Resources for Rural Health and Primary Healthcare : 96 participants attended.. The 3.. rd.. AAAH Annual Conference 2008 was held in Sri Lanka, 12-15 October 2008 on the theme of Globalization and its Implications for Health Care and Human Resources for Health : 90 participants attended.. The 4.. th.. AAAH Annual Conference 2009 was held in Hanoi, Vietnam, 23-25 November 2009 under the theme of Getting Committed Health Workers to Underserved Areas: A Challenge for Health Systems.. This conference was organized jointly with the 3.. Meeting of the WHO Expert Group on Increasing access to health workers in remote and rural areas through improved retention and 134 participants attended.. The 5.. AAAH Annual Conference 2010 was held in Bali Indonesia, 3-6 October 2010 with the theme of HRH Challenges for Achieving MDGs.. This conference was also part of the preparatory meeting for the Second Global Forum on HRH and around 130 participants attended the meeting.. The 6.. AAAH Annual Conference 2011 was held in Cebu, the Philippines, 9-11 November 2011.. The theme was Capacity for HRH Management and Development to Support Universal Health Coverage ; around 150 participants attended the meeting.. The 7.. AAAH Annual Conference 2012 was held in Bangkok from 5.. -7.. December 2012 on the theme of Leadership Development for Health System Strengthening: A Focus on Human Resources for Health.. Knowledge sharing.. Materials relating  ...   only convenes annual conference but fails to drive national agenda.. Inter-session activities are limited.. Focal points and secretariat overwhelmed by other competing demands.. HRH units in respective Ministries of Health are weak.. 6.. The nature of AAAH is complex, for instance, the members are from multiple-sectors (public private).. Opportunity.. Since there are 16 country members from all over the Asia-Pacific region: this opens opportunities for cross country collaborations to generate evidence and to build capacity.. The network can be strengthened to become more task-based.. The demand for evidence in policy decision will be increased.. Funding support will be continued as long as AAAH shows value added.. SC, Focal Points, and Secretariat can demonstrate mutual accountability.. There is a strong collaboration between regions through six years collegial partnership.. Threats.. Threats includes the ad-hoc manner of mobilizing one-off funding support for annual conference.. According to this SWOT analysis, we concluded that the AAAH can move forward in more sustainable way by shifting from being a talk-based network to become a task-based network.. The inter-session activities of mutual interest among groups of concerned countries can be increased.. Moreover, homework of focal points must be maintained for inter-session activities to be effective.. Clearly defined indicators must be set up in order to be able to compare the results between country members.. Focal points also identified the priority HRH research that needs to be conducted in their country, as follows;.. Rural Retention(Nepal, Philippine, Vietnam) included mapping of policies on rural retention; critical assessment of key policy on rural retention; scaling up effective policies, resolving weakness of unsuccessful policy implementation.. HRH Information System (Samoa, Myanmar, Philippines, Nepal), this included critical assessment of the bottlenecks of HRH information systems and cross country sharing of experiences of success/failure.. Strategic Planning in HRH Production (Myanmar, Indonesia, Philippine, Nepal).. Policy analysis: mushrooming of private health professional education institutes; regulatory environment; quality of professionals; responsiveness to country health needs.. Application of 5C [tools are public goods freely available to ALL] for national level assessment; institutional level assessment of nurse, doctors, public health schools; student assessment of those who are about to leave school.. Health professional reform: prioritizing the most feasible paths.. Build up momentum, bind-in support from key stakeholdersManagement System/Migration (Thailand, Nepal, India, Philippines).. In light of ASEAN Economic Community: International flows of patients (Mode 2); International migration of health professionals (Mode 4).. In light of private health sector growth: domestic migration from public to private, rural to urban.. CONCLUSION.. AAAH is the only regional network on human resources for health, and has already survived for 7 years.. To achieve its objectives, the AAAH plans to continue updating and monitoring the HRH situation in AAAH member countries and report in the annual conference.. In 2012, intersession research has begun on two themes, Policy Mapping and Analysis on Rural Retention Policy and Policy Analysis on Public and Private Roles in Health Professional/Employment.. The progress of this research will be reported to the 7.. Annual AAAH Conference in Bangkok.. Additionally, AAAH will take part in the development of the Asia Pacific Regional Network of Health Professional Training institutes, supported by WHO/SEARO.. The aim of that project is to develop a platform for collaboration on knowledge synthesis and evidence generation for health professional education reforms movementsin response to changing health determinants and health system development.. To sum up, the active involvement of country focal points must be maintained for HRH activities to be effective.. Their continued work is key to the sustainability of the AAAH network, and to achieving AAAH s vision..

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  • Title: Asia - Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health
    Descriptive info: The AAAH Secretariat are based in the International Health Policy Program in Thailand s Ministry of Public Health.. The Secretariat can be contacted via email at: secretariat@aaahrh.. Dr Weerasak Putthasri.. DDS, Ph.. D.. Technical Coordinator.. Dr Thunthita Wisaijohn.. Ms Kanokwan Junmon..

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  • Title: Asia - Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health
    Descriptive info: Professor Dr.. Shiv Chandra Mathur.. AAAH Chair.. E-mail :.. shiv_mathur@hotmail.. com.. Since :.. January 2013.. [+] more.. Ms.. Rumanusina Maua.. Principal Human Resources & Administration Officer Corparate Sevices Division Ministry of Health, SAMOA.. rumanusinaM@health.. gov.. ws.. Mr.. Naoyuki Kobayashi.. Deputy Director General Human Development Department,JICA.. kobayashi.. naoyuki@jica.. go.. jp.. November 2012.. Ms Natalie Phaholyothin.. Representative for Rockefeller Foundation.. Appointed to the committee in January  ...   dr.. tzmyint@gmail.. Professor Keat Phuong.. Representative for Cambodia.. keatphuong@gmail.. Untung Suseno Sutarjo.. Representative for Indonesia.. Gantuya Sengee.. Representative for Mongolia.. sgantuyaa@yahoo.. Budihardja Singgh.. World Health Organization Regional Office for South-East Asia (SEARO).. singgihb@searo.. who.. int.. Md.. Ashadul Islam.. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Bangladesh.. ai6207@yahoo.. Gulin Gedik.. The World Health Organization Regional Office for South-East Asia (WPRO).. gedikg@wpro.. Toomas Palu.. The World Bank.. tpalu@worldbank..

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  • Title: Asia - Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health
    Descriptive info: Mahfuzur Rahman.. Human Resource Management Unit, MoHFW, Bangladesh.. moni_rahman06@yahoo.. Busiri Suryo Winoto Tritarayati.. Head of Center for Health Human Resource Management, Ministry of Health, Indonesia.. tari_hukor@yahoo.. co.. id.. Nwe Ni Ohn.. Director (Planning),Department of Health, Myanmar.. drnweniohnlwin@gmail.. Arjun Karki.. Professor and Founding Vice Chancellor Patan Academy of Health Sciences, Nepal.. drakarki@pahs.. edu.. np.. Sarath Samarage.. National Consultant, WHO Country Office-Sri Lanka.. sarath.. samarage@gmail.. Nonglak Pagaiya.. International Health Policy Program.. cnonglak@yahoo.. com, nonglak@ihpp.. thaigov.. net.. Dr Touch Sokneang.. Deputy Director of Human Resources  ...   of Health, Fiji.. SSaketa@health.. fj.. Phouthone Vangkonevilay.. Ministry of Health, Lao PDR.. vangkonevilay@hotmail.. Mary Kililo Samor.. Human Resource Management Health Training Branch NDoH.. Papua New Guine.. mary_kililo@health.. pg.. Kenneth Ronquillo.. Ministry of Health, Philippines.. ken2000_hhrdb@yahoo.. com, kgronquillo@co.. doh.. ph.. RumanusinaM@health.. Mrs.. Nguyen Lan Huong.. Dept.. Manpower and Organization Ministry of Health, Vietnam.. huongnguyen_moh@yahoo.. World Health Organization's Asian Pacific Regional Office, Mongolia.. Prof.. Dr Neeraj Kumar Sethi.. Head of Planning and Evaluation at the National Institute of Health and Family Welfare (NIHFW), India..

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  • Title: Asia - Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health
    Descriptive info: The.. Asia Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health (.. ).. is a response to international recognition of the need for global and regional action to strengthen country planning and action on health workforce system.. As of January 2007 it has 15 members including Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Fiji, India, Indonesia,  ...   Thailand, and Vietnam.. There are 5 priority actions for the first two years including:.. Global Health Workforce Alliance (.. GHWA.. ).. Rockefeller Foundation.. World Health Organization.. | -.. South East Asia.. Western Pacific.. Headquarters.. World Bank.. East Asia and the Pacific.. Health Workforce.. SEAPHEIN.. European Commission.. Canadian International Development Agency (.. CIDA..

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  • Title: Asia - Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health
    Descriptive info: Published 06 May 2013.. Published 11 October 2012.. GHWA newsletter Issue 4, 2009.. ICHRN Newsletter-December 2009.. Call for Information : Advisory Working Group on Human Resources for Health in Maternal, Newborn and Child Health.. World Congress of Cardiology Beijing 2010.. Technical Support for Health Systems Strengthening Global Fund Round 10.. Call for Paper.. Devolution and human resources in primary healthcare in rural Mali.. 100th anniversary of International Women's Day - 8 March 2011.. Awarding  ...   Excellence.. HRH Special Recognition Awards.. Measuring Equity and Financial Protection in Health.. United Nations Global Conference at the Highest Level on the World Financial and Economic Crisis and Its Impact on Development.. (28 - 30 March, 2011 @ The International Convention Centre London, United Kingdom).. Canada? nursing workforce grows 9% in five years.. WHO endorses new rapid tuberculosis test.. Revolutionary new meningitis vaccine set to wipe out deadly epidemics in Africa.. Next ››.. Last ››..

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  • Title: Asia - Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health
    Descriptive info: May 2013.. 05 May 2013.. Analysis of the human resource management role in hospitals using Ulrich model.. 07 January 2013.. Addressing inequity to achieve the maternal and child health millennium development goals: looking b.. December 2011.. Health care and equity in India.. 01 December 2011..  ...   2011.. Understanding the 'four directions of travel.. 17 August 2011.. February 2011.. Recent changes in human resources for health and health facilities at the district level in Indonesi.. 13 February 2011.. January 2011.. Health-financing reforms in southeast Asia: challenges in achieving universal coverage.. 25 January 2011..

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  • Title: Asia - Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health
    Descriptive info: August 2013.. Exchange and Study Program on UHC and information systems to support UHC.. The workshop aims to build up capacity building in Human Resources for Health (.. ) among networking countries.. is an importance role to develop health system of the country and to sustain capacity for knowledge generation and management in health system.. June 2013.. Intersession Activity Workshop 17th–19th June 2013 Pullman Bangkok King Power Hotel, Thailand.. On.. 17th.. 19th.. June 2013, The workshop provided a chance to share and update the country preliminary result.. Included in the workshop was discussion of the final manuscript.. April 2013.. Universal Health Coverage (UHC): sharing Thai experiences and driving UHC agenda.. On Thursday.. 25th.. of April a side meeting called Universal Health Coverage (.. UHC.. ): sharing Thai experiences and driving.. agenda, was held in Bangkok, Thailand, parallel to the.. 69th.. Session of the Economic and Social Commission of Asia and the Pacific (.. ESCAP.. February 2013.. A Message from our New Chair.. This edition brought a message from our new Chair Prof.. Shiv.. Mathur.. , an introduction to the new.. Steering Committee Members, two calls for papers and the usual news and  ...   2012.. AAAH Conference Registration.. This edition covered the new registration process for the.. Annual conference as well as setting out the process of abstract selection for the conference.. It also gave a chance to welcome new focal points, Ms Zhang.. Yun.. of China and Ms.. Rumanusina.. Maua.. from Samoa.. June 2012.. AAAH 7th Annual Conference - Call for Abstracts.. This edition covers the call for abstracts for the.. Annual Conference, news on health worker migration as well as news from.. partners in India and Sri Lanka.. April 2012.. AAAH Research Workshop 18-19th April 2012 at Siam City Hotel, Bangkok.. On the.. 18th.. and.. of April researchers from nine.. member countries came together for a workshop to draft common protocols for two research themes.. These were The Emerging role of Private Health Professional Schools in the Asia Pacific Region and The Assessment of Rural Retention Policies in the Asia Pacific Region.. February 2012.. AAAH Intersession Activities Call for Expressions of Interest.. This edition of the newsletter covers the steering committee planning meeting, the.. discussion at the Prince.. Mahidol.. Award Conference, and the call for expressions of interest in the new.. intersession.. activity research..

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  • Title: Asia - Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health
    Descriptive info: These blogs give our country focal points a chance to share information on Human Resources for Health related progress, policy, research and activities from within AAAH member countries.. A Snapshot of Health in Thailand.. BY Thailand.. 17 July 2013 at 10:32.. Comment 0.. A Snapshot of Health in India.. BY india.. 17 July 2013 at 10:31.. Comment 16.. A Snapshot of Health in Myanmar.. BY Myanmar.. 10 July 2013 at 13:40.. A Snapshot of  ...   in Sri Lanka.. BY Sri Lanka.. A Snapshot of Health in Mongolia.. BY Mongolia.. 08 July 2013 at 15:22.. Comment 14.. Latest Blogs.. Country.. Bangladesh.. China.. Fiji.. India.. Cambodia.. Thailand.. Mongolia.. Indonesia.. Myanmar.. Nepal.. Sri Lanka.. Lao PDR.. Papua New Guinea.. Philippines.. Samoa.. Vietnam.. Category.. Health.. Human Resource.. Knowledge.. Global.. Lao.. Phillippines.. Srilanka.. Tags.. country profile.. aaa.. aab.. abc.. bbb.. ccc.. coca-cola.. coke.. ddd.. Debate.. eee.. President.. Rural Retention.. statistics.. test.. Login.. Login.. Forgot password..

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  • Title: Asia - Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health
    Descriptive info: Whether you are a researcher or a funding body, if you are conducting research on Human Resources for Health in the Asia-Pacific Region and need a local expert you can seek a partner or advisor from the list below.. Click on the blue ‘Register’ button to create an account and add your own information.. You can select which of your details you wish to be visible to all.. You can search using the Keyword box.. Keyword :.. No.. Name - Surname.. Position.. Telephone..  ...   Rural Retention, Nurse Education Institute Curricula.. National Consultant, WHO Sri Lanka.. +94776012563.. WHO Country Office, 226, Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo 7.. SRI LANKA.. Human Resource for Health, Health Policy,Health Systems, Health Planning & Management, Quality & Patient safety, Primary Health Care.. Edson - Araujo.. Economist.. +1 202 290 8150.. earaujo@worldbank.. 1818 H Street, Washington, DC.. USA.. Health Labor Markets; Labor Markets and Skill Set; Performance Measurement.. rajamanickkam.. medical officer.. +91 9444559693.. r.. manivelan@gmail.. 15/7, muthukrishnan street, santhome, mylapore, chennai-600004.. india.. occupational, social and environmental health..

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