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Indicators Priorities
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Priority
Description
Notes
1
High 🔴
Do this tomorrow
2
Medium 🟠
Should do this soon
3
Low 🟢
Do this later
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Indicators Groups
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No.
Name
Desc.
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1
Group 1
Labour Force
2
2
Group 2
Education
3
3
Group 3
Serving Population Health Needs
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Modules
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Name
Desc
Module Group
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1
Module 1 - Active health workforce stock
This module provides a comprehensive overview of the size, composition and distribution of the health workforce. The indicators address several dimensions of HWF composition such as demographic characteristics, sectoral distribution and dependency on foreign health workers.
Group 1
2
2
Module 2 - Education and Training
This module addresses capacity and quality, and gender equality in health workforce education and training. These are aligned with education sector (SDG 4) indicators, which can assist in coordinating policies on production. The module also addresses gender equality and equitable access to education and training.
Group 2
3
3
Module 3 - Education and training regulation and accreditation
This module covers regulation and accreditation of education institutions.
Group 2
4
4
Module 4 - Education finances
This module addresses financing of and investment in health workforce education and training. It provides a companion to
@Module 7 - Health workforce spending and remuneration
The module maps and tracks expenditure on health workforce education and training, and provides information on the cost of health workforce development.
Group 2
5
5
Module 5 - Health labour market flows
This module addresses Health labour market flows (inward-outward). by usually occupation and graduates. Employment Rate, Vacancy Rate.
Also it addresses the entries into and exits from the health labour market, and labour market imbalances. Indicators on entries differentiate the results of domestic efforts and dependency on foreign health workers; in addition, both voluntary and involuntary exits are monitored.
Group 1
6
6
Module 6 - Employment characteristics and working conditions
This module includes dimensions covering working time and labour market characteristics, which are essential to understanding health workforce dynamics, and builds upon important initiatives such as the International Labour Standards on Working time and on Work-life balance.
Group 1
7
7
Module 7 - Health workforce spending and remuneration
This module provides, along with
@Module 4 - Education finances
, the overall economic environment of the health workforce. It focuses in particular on its role in the inflows and outflows, as well as distribution across sectors, of health workers depicted in
@Module 1 - Active health workforce stock
,
@Module 5 - Health labour market flows
and
@Module 8 - Skill-mix composition for models of care
. Global statistics on health workforce expenditure in indicators 07_01 and 07_02 provide the overall resources dedicated to the health workforce. Indicators 07_03 to 07_06 provide details on the actual remuneration of health workers that could influence the attractivity of health jobs. Indicator 07_07 relates to remuneration and addresses specifically the gender wage gap.
Group 1
8
8
Module 8 - Skill-mix composition for models of care
This module covers the skill workforce distribution and composition
Group 3
9
9
Module 9 - Governance and health workforce policies
This module covers policies of health workforce.
Group 3
10
10
Module 10 - Health workforce information systems
This module assess whether nation have appropriate information system to report on
@IHR
Group 3
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Indicators Dimentions
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Name
Desc
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Accreditations
A process by which an officially approved body, on the basis of assessment of learning outcomes and/or competences according to different purposes and methods, awards qualifications (certificates, diplomas or titles), or grants equivalences, credit units or exemptions, or issues documents such as portfolios of competences. The term accreditation applies to the evaluation of the quality of an institution or a programme as a whole.
Also check:
@Accreditation mechanisms
,
@Accreditation standards
,
@Accreditation systems
2
Admissions
University or college admission is the process through which students enter tertiary education at universities and colleges. The admissions process assesses whether the applicant has achieved the course entry requirements for admission into a health workforce education and training programme in
a given country. Admissions policies and the minimum entry requirements for each programme can fall under the institution or local or national body.
3
Applications
A person who applies for or requests entry into an educational programme.
4
Decent Work
5
Distribution
6
Education expenditure
7
Entry into labour market
Measure the rate of entry to labor market.
8
Exit / drop out
9
Exit from labour market
Measures the exit rate of health workers. Mainly two types: Involuntary, Voluntary.
10
Financing of higher education
11
Governance
12
Graduation
An individual who has successfully completed an education programme, according to the International Standard Classification of Education 2011.
13
Health workforce expenditure
14
Health workforce policies
15
Health workforce
@Remuneration
16
HRHIS for international reporting
17
HRHIS to track HWF
18
International Health Regulation capacity
19
Investment
20
Labour market characteristics
21
Labour market imbalances
Measure Unemployment rate, posts unfilled.
22
Life long learning
Existence of continual professional training
23
Migration
24
Regulations
25
Sectoral workforce composition
26
Skill Distribution
27
Stock
28
Working conditions
29
Working time
Measure Work-life balance.
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Data reporting frequency
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Name
Desc.
1
Annual 📅
2
Every three years 3️⃣
3
Daily
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Potential data sources
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Name
Is Exist
Data sourse Type
Equivalent data sourse in SCFHS
Achive needs
Enhancment approchs
1
Aggregate data from health facilities (routine administrative records, Health Management Information System, District Health Information System census and/or survey)
2
Collective agreements
3
Data from pension and/or retirement administration units
4
Database on education and training statistics
5
Database on graduates of education and training programmes (individual or aggregate data)
6
Education and training institutions
7
Employment laws, policies and regulations
8
Employment offices and/or job agencies
9
Government or legislative records
10
Health Facility data
11
Health facility database (with location)
12
Health Facility surveys
13
Health workforce registry or database
SCFHS data source
Practitioners mart
Complete
14
ILO/ICN/WHO/PSI Workplace Violence in the Health Sector: Survey Questionnaire
15
Income tax data
16
Institutes collecting data on labour force
17
Institutions or units responsible for policies on health workforce
18
Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour and Employment
19
Labour force surveys
20
Legitimate bodies, statuary corporations
21
level of devolution
22
Ministry of Defence
23
Ministry of Education (Higher Education)
24
Ministry of Finance
25
Ministry of Health
26
Ministry of Labour and Human Resources
27
Mortality records
28
National accreditation authorities
29
National Bureau of Statistics – Government financial statistics departments
30
National Education Accounts
31
National Focal Point for WHO Code of Practice
32
National Health Accounts
33
National medical specialist registries or databases
34
National Statistical Service
35
Police records
36
Policy and strategic documents of governments and competent authorities
37
Population census data
Partial
we can have data for number of dead and number of newborns
38
Professional council/chamber/association registers
39
Public Health institutions
40
Public service human resources and payroll administrations
41
Public/social health insurance
42
Regional ministries of health
43
Relevant ministries according to the national government structure and constitutional arrangements
44
Social security records
45
Specific health worker surveys
46
Statistics from employment offices
47
Subnational level of ministries of health
48
Survey among country experts or informants
49
Tax registries, insurance or pension fund registries
50
United Nations Statistics Division population data
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Data source types
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Name
1
SCFHS data source
2
External data sourse
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Implementation status
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Name
1
Complete
2
Partial
3
Not implemented
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Occupations on division 86, 87. in
Medical and dental practice activities
specialized medical clinics


health-related occupations according to ISCO-08
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Group
Branch
Activity
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Medical and dental practice activities
specialized medical clinics
Dermatology & Venereology Clinics & Plastic Surgery Clinics
2
eye clinics
3
otolaryngology (ETN) clinics
4
psychiatric and neurological diseases clinics
5
maternity clinics
6
pediatric clinics
7
internal medicine clinics
8
orthopedic surgery clinics
9
other specialized medical clinics
10
dentistry centers and clinics
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Indicator value type
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Name
Desc.
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Numerical
2
Yes/No/Partly
3
Does not mentioned
4
None/Limited/Developed/Demonstrated/Sustainable
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Table
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Name
Column 2
1
2
3
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