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Financing The Education Of Health Workers: Gaining A Competitive Edge

by Alexander S Preker, Hortenzia Beciu and Eric L Keuffel World Scientific
Pub Date:
09/2019
ISBN:
9789813278745
Format:
Hbk 604 pages
Price:
AU$284.00 NZ$291.30
Product Status: Out of stock. Not available to order.
Instructors
& Academics:
This volume reviews the economic underpinnings (investment and financing) and institutional reforms needed to successfully scale up the education of health workers. In this regard, the book examines five major economic and institutional challenges that policy makers face: (1) governance of health education organizations and systems; (2) approaches to financing the education of health workers; (3) the special nature of capital investment in expanding the capacity of health education institutions; (4) public-private partnerships in health education; and (5) equity in accessing health education, with a special focus on issues that arise from private approaches to the education of health workers.Much of the existing literature focuses on the quality and contents of training health workers, and very little has been written on the institutional dimension of financing their training and education. This book examines the complex institutional and financial models and approaches that can impact the demand and supply of health workers' education programs around the world.Building on the findings of the Independent Commission on the Education of Health Professionals for the 21st Century, which published on the foundations and the issues of global postsecondary professional education, this volume brings in new and in-depth aspects such as governance, capital investments, and the role of the private sector in the production of health professionals, thus allowing the reader to understand how things moved from theory to practice.