UHC - all countries can take action now
The adoption of the Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health: Workforce 2030 and the work of the UN High level Commission on Health Employment and Economic Growth have made a bold economic case for investing in the health and social workforce and intensified intersectoral collaboration.
The Fourth Global Forum on Human Resources for Health - Building the health workforce of the future - will take place in Dublin, Ireland from 13-17 November 2017. It is the largest open conference on human resources for health related issues and is expected to gather over 1,000 delegates from across the globe. The Forum is intersectoral. It welcomes participation from a range of actors across education, health, labour/employment and finance sectors.
The Forum will conclude with the adoption of an outcome statement: The Dublin Declaration. A consultation is now open inviting inputs from all stakeholders until 11 October 2017 to inform its development. For more information visit:http://hrhforum2017.ie/dublin-declaration.