How to Create an Attractive and Supportive Working Environment for Health Professionals [WHO]

Recruitment and retention of health professionals is a major challenge the world over. Those contemplating the ideal world in which contented staff queue up to come, work and stay, may find some value in the European view of these problems, as presented in this WHO report.

The work environment plays a critical role in ensuring both the supply of a health workforce and the enhancement, effectiveness and motivation of that workforce.

The purpose of providing attractive and supportive work environments is to create incentives for entering and remaining in the health professions, and to provide conditions that enable health workers to perform effectively(to achieve high-quality health services.

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