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Last Updated: 07 June 2022

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Governance systems for skilled health worker migration, their public value and competing priorities: an interpretive scoping review.

"Background governments in many countries participate in skilled health worker migration arrangements to ensure access to health care in their countries. " Achievements Most articles focused on transnational SHW mobility as the public value proposition for source and destination countries, according to the author. As shared public interests, fewer articles, 14 and 9 articles, respectively, referred to improving health workforce sustainability and strengthening capacity for SHW migration administration as shared public values. In destination countries, the most well-known competing public value was an overriding concern for combating SHW shortages. At the same time, state actors retained executive discretion for safeguarding their country's public health interest. Conclusion The literature contains public value estimates for source and destination countries in relation to SHW migration policy. It also shows how the value-creating process in the handling of SHW migration favours destination countries. Future studies will need to investigate shared value creation models that promote equity in SHW migration's governance.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35037590


Providing health care in politically charged contexts: a qualitative study about experiences during a public collective hunger strike of asylum seekers in Germany.

In the context of prisons and detention centers, physicians' wishes of providing health care for hunger strikers have been discussed. " "Purpose Role's aspirations of physicians providing health services for hunger strikers have been discussed. " New examples of collective, public hunger strikes of asylum seekers have emerged in recent years. Methods were semi-structured interviews with nine participants of a national collective hunger strike of asylum seekers in Germany. Conclusions The results show that professional challenges in the health care sector during a public collective hunger strike differ in several aspects from those described in the literature on custodial settings.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/34971348


Moving Forward Into the Future: Nurses and Nurse Leaders at Leading US Public Health System Implementing Foundational Transformation to Advance Health Equity.

New York City Health + Hospitals, the country's largest public health-care system, is fundamentally changing its nursing culture, translating several of the National Academies' findings, The Future of Nursing 2020-2030: Charting a Way to Achieve Health Equity" "The Future of Nursing, the Nation's Largest Public Health Care System, New York City Health + Hospitals, is embedded in a fundamental shift of its nursing culture, embodying many of the National Academies' "The Future of Nursing Future of Nursing a Whether ethnicity, culture, creed, gender, age, sexual orientation, immigration, or insurance status, the more than 9600+ nurses and 970+ social workers of NYC all agreed on a common public health mission, vision, and values to provide essential health care services to the most disadvantaged and homeless members of society's most disadvantaged and disadvantaged citizens of society, regardless of ethnicity, race, culture, religion, creed, gender, creed, gender, age, wealth, This mission aligns with all of the Future of Nursing's recommendations. According to 1 out of every 6 New Yorkers, 1 in every six New Yorkers is served by 11 critical hospitals, 5 post-acute care centers, more than 70 community centers, and correctional health services in city jails.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35639539


Nursing Leadership at Nation's Leading Public Health System Addressing Health Equity and Social Determinants of Health at the Administrative Level and at the Bedside.

"New York City Health+ Hospitals is the country's largest health care system, safeguarding 1. 4 million patients annually, serving 1 in every 6 New Yorkers through 11 vital hospitals, 5 post-acute care centers, more than 70 community centers, and correctional health services in city jails, with 1 in every 11 New Yorkers. Regardless of ethnicity, culture, creed, gender, age, economic status, immigration, or insurance status, the 9600+ nurses and 970+ social workers provide the most important health care services to the most disadvantaged and marginalized members of society, regardless of ethnicity, race, creed, gender, creed, gender, height, sexual orientation, immigration, or insurance status. ".

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35639538


Lincoln Trail District Health Department's Innovative Shift to Public Health 3.0.

"The Lincoln Trail District Health Department's change to the Public Health 3. 0 model was initiated by frameworks developed through public health accreditation requirements and innovative strategies. " The shift to the Public Health 3. 0 and emphasis on Foundational Public Health Services models made it a quicker transition into Kentucky's larger effort for public health reform. ".

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35616566


The Public Health National Center for Innovations: An Initial Qualitative Evaluation.

"Context": "Context The Public Health National Center for Innovation and Change was established in 2015 as a part of the Public Health Accreditation Board in order to foster public health innovation and change. Conclusions: Going forward, PHNCI should continue to prioritize core services that support public health innovation and change; expand its efforts by focusing on emerging public health issue areas; strengthen and expand its cross-sector partnerships; and efforts to advance health equity and antiracism; and extend its reach and reach, particularly in new market sectors; and increase its visibility and reach. Continued dedication and leadership are critical in improving the public health system's ability to innovate, respond to continuing and emerging public health threats and challenges, and advance health equity. ".

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35616564


Report From the Field: Public Health Equity Through Innovative Multisector Data Sharing.

"Context Data sharing across industries for the purpose of improving health equity is a particularly recent and emerging trend in public health education and research, but the extent to which public health organizations participate in multisector data sharing and initiatives is still underexplored. " This practice report examines the extent and ways that public health organizations are sharing data across sectors in ways that are innovative and supportive of their organizational goals to foster community health equity and well-being. Public Health plays a crucial role in innovation in the exchange of data from multiple industries to serve as a community health improvement charity, according to the findings. Although public health often leads these efforts to promote health and promote health equity, national results show that equitable data sharing practices have a lot of room for improvement.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35616563


Bridging the Gap Between Transformative Practices and Traditional Public Health Approaches.

"Context": The release of the 24/7 Wall Street newspaper in November 2018 naming Waterloo-Cedar Falls, Iowa, as the worst city for Black Americans to live in the United States, ignited debate and calls to action across the community, from the kitchen table to the boardroom. Participatory systems mapping demonstrates promise as an affordable option for public health services to venture outside of the traditional boundaries of public health care, collaborate with nontraditional partners, and implement policies, initiatives, and/or policies that explicitly address poverty and health determinants of health. Adaptive programs have the ability for the local public health system to develop community health improvement plans that comply with Public Health 3. 0. ".

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35616560


Public Health Department Accreditation and Innovation: A Brief Report of the Approaches Used to Promote Innovation.

"We investigated the link between public health accreditation and innovation by investigating accredited health departments' self-reported responses to a call within the Public Health Accreditation Board's Annual Report detailing any efforts to pursue innovation within their health sector. ".

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35616558

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