A key obstacle to greater progress on the global health workforce crisis is the
difficulty in putting plans into action. All too often, well-designed
strategies are not implemented. How can countries engage the right stakeholders
to make progress on their health workforce plans?
Laurence Codjia of the Global Health Workforce Alliance is familiar with this
challenge. "As we know, even if you have a technically good plan, if you have
not involved the stakeholders it will be very difficult to implement it."
An effective stakeholder leadership group increases the likelihood of putting
health workforce plans into action. By bringing the right people together and
providing a platform for discussion and decision-making, the group can
facilitate knowledge-sharing, leverage resources, build momentum, and create a
shared approach to address key issues. Typically a stakeholder leadership group
consists of representatives from all of the key entities that develop and
manage a country's health workforce.
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