The analysis of health human resource allocation on community in Nanjing
Shao Haiya;Dai Xiaoting;Cheng Xiangqian;School of Health Policy and Management, Nanjing Medical University;Personnel Office of Nanjing Second Hospital;
Objective: To analyze community health human resource allocationin Nanjing. Methods: Based on Nanjing community health work report in 2013,we analyzed the quantity,educational background,and the professional title of community health situations in Nanjing. Results: General practitioners per ten thousand citizens were 2.37. The ratio of doctors to nurses was 1 / 0.8. Public health physicians per ten thousand citizens were 0.38. The educational background at levels of college or junior college accounted for 72.65%. The primary professional title accounted for 58.38%. Conclusion: Human resources of community health situations in Nanjing is in a shortage, along with low professional quality and unreasonable professional structure. It is suggested that culturing demand-oriented community human resources, increasing the stability of community health team through strengthening the continuing education and enhancing the social status,increasing the quantity of public health physicians and nurses.
【CateGory Index】： R197.1