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Plano Estratégico de Desenvolvimento dos Recursos Humanos Para a Saúde 2005-2014 (Strategic Plan of Human Resource Development for Health 2005-2014)

Cape Verde Country Resources General Health Legislation Cape Verde May 2005 Legislation/regulation

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O plano promove equidade na distribuição dos Recursos Humanos de Saúde (RHS) e acesso aos serviços de saúde, levando em consideração a evolução de factores globais, de ordem socio-demográfica, económica e epidemiológica. Os objectivos específicos do plano são:
1. Promover rotinas de gestão e planificação do pessoal de saúde, designadamente em relação às necessidades do Sistema Nacional de Saúde;
2. Contribuir para a formação e o aperfeiçoamento das diferentes categorias de pessoal necessárias, através da optimização de oportunidades dentro ou fora do país;
3. Reforçar a colaboração do sector público com as associações profissionais da saúde;
4. Promover uma distribuição racional do pessoal de saúde por todo o país;
5. Apoiar medidas visando a motivação e a estabilidade do quadro do pessoal de saúde.

The plan promotes equitable distribution of Human Resources for Health (RHS) and access to health services, taking into account the evolution of global, socio-demographic, economic and epidemiological factors. The specific objectives of the plan are to:
1. Promote routine management and planning of health personnel, particularly with regard to the needs of the National Health System;
2. Contribute to the training and further training of different categories of necessary personnel by optimizing opportunities inside or outside the country;
3. Strengthen collaboration of the public sector with professional health associations;
4. Promote a rational distribution of health personnel throughout the country;
5. Support measures to motivate and stabilize the health personnel framework.

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