This study aimed to analyse the CHW training process in Iran and how different components of training have impacted on CHW performance and satisfaction.
This paper evaluates the Programa Mais Medicos (More Doctors Program) in Brazil, estimating the increase in the number of doctors.
The objective of this paper was to analyse the educational status and future training needs of China’s rural doctors and provide a basis to improve their future training.
This paper reports on a rapid, multifacted participatory appraisal emphasising community participation, which was used to compile information about the current needs of the communityon health, preparedness of healthcare services to meet community’s demands and about community capacity.
Reports on a rural medical education programme (Collaborative Project to Increase Rural Doctors) aimed at attracting and retaining rural doctors.
Global recommendations and guidelines on task shifing as a method of strengthening and expanding the health workforce to rapidly increase access to HIV and other health services.
A questionnaire survey of doctors was planned to analyze their experience of working after graduation in remote rural areas in various parts of the country.