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Health worker density
Stock
Module 1 - Active health workforce stock
Density of health workers per 10000 population
Numerical
Annual 📅
Number of health workers, defined in headcounts
Total population
Activity level
Occupation
years, medical fields
Calculate the density of health worker by dividing per 10000 population. with respect to
@Activity level
In case of WHO population is estimated.
Health workforce registry or database
Aggregate data from health facilities (routine administrative records, Health Management Information System, District Health Information System census and/or survey)
Professional council/chamber/association registers
Labour force surveys
Population census data
United Nations Statistics Division population data
High 🔴
Complete
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is implemented on :
medical field level
specality level
per 1000 population
Warehouse + General Authority for Statistics
Yes
2
2
Health worker density at
@Subnational level
Stock
Module 1 - Active health workforce stock
Density of active health workers per 10000 population at subnational level
Numerical
Annual 📅
Number of active health workers at subnational administrative units, defined in headcounts
Total population at subnational level
Occupation
years, medical fields
Total number of active health worker with respect to
@Subnational level
Health workforce registry or database
Aggregate data from health facilities (routine administrative records, Health Management Information System, District Health Information System census and/or survey)
Professional council/chamber/association registers
Population census data
Health facility database (with location)
United Nations Statistics Division population data
High 🔴
Partial
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Not on
@Occupation
, used the whole active health worker
@Yasir Almutairi
what we view right now id the ratio of specialty per
@Subnational level
What we don’t have that is required by this indicator is that it should calculate density of a specific practitioner specialty to the population of that
@Subnational level
.They use 10,000 we use 1000. This one is not implemented therefore it is partial.
@Esraa Madi
Warehouse + General Authority for Statistics
Yes
3
3
Health worker distribution by
@Age groups
Distribution
Module 1 - Active health workforce stock
Percentage of
@Active health worker
in different age groups
Numerical
Annual 📅
Number of active health worker in specific age group
Total number of active health workers, defined in headcounts
Occupation
years, medical fields
Percentage of active health workers in the given age groups, by occupation.
@Age groups
. with respect to
@Occupation
Health workforce registry or database
Aggregate data from health facilities (routine administrative records, Health Management Information System, District Health Information System census and/or survey)
Professional council/chamber/association registers
Population census data
Health facility database (with location)
United Nations Statistics Division population data
High 🔴
Complete
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Warehouse
Yes
4
4
Female health workforce
Distribution
Module 1 - Active health workforce stock
Percentage of female health workforce
Numerical
Annual 📅
number of activate female health workers
Total number of active male and female health workers, defined in headcounts
Occupation
years, medical fields
Percentage of female health workers in active health workforce, by
@Occupation
Health workforce registry or database
Aggregate data from health facilities (routine administrative records, Health Management Information System, District Health Information System census and/or survey)
Labour force surveys
Population census data
High 🔴
Complete
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Warehouse
Yes
5
5
Health worker distribution by
@Facility ownership
Distribution
Module 1 - Active health workforce stock
Percentage of active health workers employed by type of facility ownership
Numerical
Annual 📅
Number of active health workers, defined in headcounts, working in facilities owned by the given institutional sector
Total number of active health workers, defined in headcounts
Occupation
Facility ownership
years, medical fields
Calculating percentage of active health workers per
@Facility ownership
with respect to
@Occupation


Health workforce registry or database
Aggregate data from health facilities (routine administrative records, Health Management Information System, District Health Information System census and/or survey)
High 🔴
Partial
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gov or private,
6
6
Health worker distribution by
@Facility Type
Distribution
Module 1 - Active health workforce stock
Percentage of active health workers employed by type of facility type
Numerical
Annual 📅
Number of active health workers, defined in headcounts, working in a specific facility type
Total Number of active health workers, defined in headcounts, working in facilities owned by the given institutional sector
Occupation
years, medical fields
Percentage of active health workers per
@Facility Type
with respect to
@Occupation

Health workforce registry or database
Aggregate data from health facilities (routine administrative records, Health Management Information System, District Health Information System census and/or survey)
High 🔴
Not implemented
if works in ( hospitals or transportation... ) hrsd ISEC
7
7
Share of
@Foreign-born health worker
Migration
Module 1 - Active health workforce stock
Percentage of active foreign-born health workers
Numerical
Annual 📅
Number of active foreign-born health workers
Total number of active health workers, defined in headcounts
Occupation
years, medical fields
This indicator will capture the information on health workforce coming from abroad. with respect to
@Occupation
.
Health workforce registry or database
Professional council/chamber/association registers
Health Facility data
Population census data
High 🔴
Partial
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from practitioners ( Nationality)
8
8
Share of
@Foreign-trained health worker
Migration
Module 1 - Active health workforce stock
Percentage of active foreign-trained health workers
Numerical
Annual 📅
Percentage of active foreign-trained health workers in the active health workforce.
Total number of active health workers, defined in headcounts
Occupation
Country of Training
years, medical fields
Percentage of active foreign-trained health workers in the active health workforce. with respect to
@Occupation
and
@Country of Training
Health workforce registry or database
Professional council/chamber/association registers
Health Facility data
High 🔴
Partial
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Partiality implemented as showing a distribution of countries of study without using
@Occupation
as an disaggregation.
if prac trained outside and practiced here
9
9
Share of workers across
@Health and social sectors in ISIC codes
Distribution
Module 1 - Active health workforce stock
Percentage of workers in the health and social sector to total civilen workers
Numerical
Annual 📅
Number of persons working in health or social sector, in headcounts
Total number of persons employed, defined in headcounts
Health and social sectors in ISIC codes
Ratio of the number of persons working in health and social sector to the total number of persons employed in the civilian labour force. Total civilian corresponds to the total labour force excluding armed forces.

Percentage of workers in health and social sectors which defined in
@Health and social sectors in ISIC codes

In case of lack of data on ISIC activities, the ratio between health employment and total civilian employment can be used for approximation.
Labour force surveys
Tax registries, insurance or pension fund registries
Medium 🟠
Not implemented
ISEC to know his activity
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