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Launch of prototype curricula package on Human Resources for Health Leadership and Management

Access to health services depends on the accessibility, availability, acceptability and quality of human resources for health (HRH), which in turn requires effective leadership and management. Effective human resources for health is also critical for preparedness
and response to emergencies and disasters, as we have seen with the COVID-19 pandemic. Human resources for health leadership and management requires technical expertise combined with judgement, foresight and balancing long-term planning with
short-term demands.

This webinar will formally launch the new WHO prototype curricula package for institutions
to adapt and offer specialist training in human resources for health leadership and management oriented towards policy decision-making specific to human resources for health, equipping learners to set and steward the human resources for health agenda


  • Ministries of Education, Health and Finance with responsibility for Human Resources for Health
  • Institutions offering or wishing to offer courses in Human Resources for Health policy management and leadership


  1. Underscore the importance of human resources for health leadership and management towards the achievement of universal health coverage and the Sustainable Development Goals
  2. Present an overview of the WHO prototype curricula package in HRH leadership and management
  3. Outline practical steps for implementing training in HRH leadership and management


Welcome remarks and overviewJim Campbell
HRH leadership and management: essential to the achievement of UHCSiobhan Fitzpatrick
HRH Leadership and Management prototype curricula package: overviewEszter Kovacs
Panel discussion
  • Patricia J. Garcia (Former Health Minister of Peru, Cayetano Heredia University, Peru)
  • Alexandre Manguele (Former Minister of Health of Mozambique, Instituto Superior de Ciências de Saude, Mozambique)
  • Joachim Osur (Amref International University)
  • Mario dal Poz (University of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  • Moderator: Jim Campbell
Question and Answer session 
Closing remarksJim Campbell


Jim Campbell is the Director of the Health Workforce Department at the World Health Organization in Geneva. He oversees the development and implementation of global public goods, evidence and tools to inform investment in the education,
employment and retention of the health and care workforce in pursuit of global health security, universal health coverage and the Sustainable Development Goals. His portfolio includes measuring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the health and
care workforce, implementation of WHO’s Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health: Workforce 2030, and support to countries within the Working for Health action plan to implement the recommendations of the UN High-Level Commission on Health
Employment and Economic Growth. He coordinates the Global Health Workforce Network engaging member states and all relevant partners in WHO’s work, with special focus on the contributions, rights and roles of women and youth in the health and
care sector. He has published extensively, is a member of the Editorial Board of the Human Resources for Health Journal and provides advisory inputs to multi-sectoral programmes on COVID-19 recovery, social spending, education and employment.

Siobhan Fitzpatrick is a Technical officer at the World Health Organization in Geneva. She coordinates the Global Health Workforce Network Education Hub and provides technical advice on strengthening health worker education across a number
of areas including the HRH Leadership and Management prototype curricula package and the Global Competency and Outcomes Framework for Universal Health Coverage. .

Eszter Kovacs is head of the Knowledge Centre on Human Resources for Health Planning at Semmelweis University, and leads the activities of the WHO Collaborating Centre on Human Resources for Health Development. Since joining Semmelweis
University in 2009, she has been involved in FP7 Health PROMeTHEUS and European Cross-border Care Collaborations, Joint Action for European Health Workforce Planning. She coordinated the L-ead Summer School project funded by EIT Health, and the SEPEN
Joint Tender focusing on the management of the European Network of Health Workforce Experts. She is an editorial board member of the ‘Human Resources for Health’ journal, a member of the Board of Directors at the European Health Management
Association, and a member of the Advisory Board and Chair of the Working Group on Health Workforce Policy & Research at International Network of Health Workforce Education. Her specific areas of expertise are human resources and related health
policy issues, namely, workforce planning, capacity building for HRH development, policy research and workforce planning tools, health professionals’ mobility, cross-border health care, transversal and digital skills development of HRH, mental
health and well-being of health workers, and health/medical tourism.

Patricia J. Garcia (Former Health Minister of Peru, Cayetano Heredia University, Peru) is a Professor at the School of Public Health at Cayetano Heredia University (UPCH) in Lima-Peru and a member of the US National Academy of Medicine. 
She is the former Minister of Health of Peru, former Dean of the School of Public Health at UPCH, and former Chief of the Peruvian National Institute of Health (INS). She is affiliate Professor of the Department of Global Health, at University of
Washington and of the School of Public Health at Tulane University.  She has been a member of the Lancet Commission for the Education of health professionals for the 21st century; member of the Lancet Commission on Diagnostics: No treatment without
accurate diagnosis and she is chairing a new Lancet Commission on “Cancer and Health Systems”. Dr. Garcia is the Chair of the Strategic and Technical Advisory Group on Disease Elimination (STAG-D) from the Pan American Health Organization
(PAHO), Member of the Strategic and Technical Advisory Committee on HIV, viral hepatitis and sexually transmitted infections (STAC-HHS)-WHO, and Member of the WHO Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on In vitro Diagnostics from WHO (SAGE IVD). 

Alexandre Manguele is the General Director of the Instituto Superior de Ciências de Saúde (ISCISA), and formerly served the functions as Minister of Health (2010-2015), National Director of Health, Advisor to the Minister
of Health and Inspector General of Health, Mozambique. He studied Medicine at Eduardo Mondlane University, and from 1985 to 1994 he was successively General Practitioner in the provinces of Manica, Cabo Delgado, Inhambane and Municipality of Maputo.
He is currently studying a doctorate in International Health at the IHMT/UNL – Portugal (Universidade Nova de Lisboa).

Joachim Osur is an Associate Professor of sexual and reproductive health at the Amref International University & Vice Chancellor, Amref International University. He is also the Director of Regional Projects and Field Offices
at Amref Health Africa. He is a public health, reproductive health, and sexual medicine specialist with a wide experience in health programming in the African context. 

Mario dal Poz is a professor and former vice-director of the Institute of Social Medicine at UERJ. He served as a health planning advisor in the cities of Niterói (1977-1980) and Rio de Janeiro (1980-1984), as well as the National
Cancer Institute (1984-1985) and the ex-INAMPS-RJ (1985-1986). He worked as the WHO coordinator of HRH in Geneva from 2000 to 2012. He is currently the emeritus editor-in-chief of the journal Human Resources for Health, a CNPq productivity fellow,
Prociência UERJ, and a Scientist of the State – CNE/FAPERJ. He has also worked in several Latin American, African, Middle Eastern, European, and Asian countries, primarily in the development of technical cooperation inHRH, with a focus
on policy, planning, and information systems for health professionals, as well as health system reform. His interests include health service delivery, HRH policy planning and implementation, and methodologies for health workforce planning and scaling-up.
With the support of FAPERJ and CNPq, he has been coordinating a research team on the global health workforce crisis, determinants, and perspectives for health personnel education since 2013.


At the Seventy-fifth World Health Assembly in 2022, over one hundred countries co-sponsored the resolution on HRH to adopt the Working for Health Action Plan.
The resolution calls for transformational policy action to optimize the existing HRH, creating and distributing the skills and jobs needed to accelerate progress to UHC; build the diversity, availability, and capacity of HRH; and strengthen the protection
and performance of HRH to deliver health for all and respond to health emergencies.

About the curricula package

The curricula package includes three prototype curricula for an Executive one-week course, one-month course and Master’s course, with specific learning outcomes in facilitating policy dialogue, policy decision-making, as well as the technical production
of HRH analyses. The curricula include suggested units of learning, reading lists, case studies, learning activities and assessments.

The learning chapters are initially organized around the different themes and the tools in education, employment, regulation, migration and health systems, then building the competencies to identify and evaluate the policy options to address HRH supply
and demand imbalances, and their implementation considerations through integrated, problem-based learning. The competencies and approaches for effective, gender-transformative, systems-oriented policy decision-making are universally relevant to all

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