HRH Global Resource Center August Newsletter
Welcome to the HRH Global Resource Center Newsletter. This newsletter provides information on the latest resources, improvements and news from this digital library devoted to human resources for health (HRH) (http://www.hrhresourcecenter.org/).
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* News articles this month include:
- Meeting the Information Needs of Researchers and Users of Health Research
- e-Forum Organized to Discuss Impact of Access to Information
* Resource Spotlights include:
- Impact of Health Systems Strengthening on Health
- HRH GRC Launches Human Resources Data for Decision-Making eLearning Course
- Article Series on Faith-Based Health Care
* Interesting blog posts (old and new)
- Time for Action: Shifting the paradigm towards integrated, people-centred health systems
- Does a Full Email or Voice Mail Inbox = Low Engagement?
* The GRC currently has 4,823 resources. You can see all of the latest additions on our Latest Resources Page (http://www.hrhresourcecenter.org/latest_resources).
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*HRH Global Resource Center*
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The HRH Global Resource Center is a knowledge management service of CapacityPlus, a partnership led by IntraHealth International. This e-newsletter is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents are the responsibility of CapacityPlus and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.