Analysis of Health Supervision staff allocation in Kunshan city
Cao WenMei;Wang Liang;Zhu Shixin;
Objective: Through the investigation of Health Supervision staff allocation in Kunshan city, to provide scientific basis for the establishment of a modernization health supervision team. Methods: Design health supervision agency staff questionnaires, to investigate all practitioners in the health supervision institutions, the survey data obtained were analyzed statistically according to age, educational background, professional title and specialty. Results: The number of the health supervision staff had increased year by year in Kunshan, and reached 150 in 2012, of which the individuals recruited by public institutions accounted for 90.21%, average age is 34.29 years old, college education accounted for 92.31%, intermediate professional titles or above accounted for 44.06%, majoring in preventive medicine and law majors accounted for 84.62% and 33.57%, the comprehensive quality of health supervision staff average score was 7.76 points. Conclusion: The health supervision staff was mainly to be in the full vigour of life in youth, age structure is more reasonable, higher education level, professional title structure and distribution more reasonable, high overall quality of the overall level of supervision personnel, but the total number is relative small. Suggestions for further increases in staffing, training, building a high-quality — composite health supervision team.