According to several authors such as Roncarolo et al., (2017), people who live in different rural areas are facing various challenges because of their geographic isolation and they are also experiencing poorer health results compared to people who are living in a major city. The struggle in retaining and attracting skilled and experienced health professionals is one of the main contributing factors in such health inequality. The decisions of the health professionals to leave or to stay in a rural area included with social, spatial, and organizational aspects. The main purpose of this article is to focus more on workforce challenges and needs in the health sector. The author applied the qualitative research method and descriptive analysis for conducting this research paper. While the current health workforce models or frameworks recognize the interrelated and multidimensional influences on retention, these are sometimes very much complex and they do not support the development of several strategic actions easily. The dynamic HS framework is very much important for human resource management of any health organization and it mainly highlights three major domains, place/community, workplace/organizational, and role/career. The important pre-conditions to improve retention through personal satisfaction and strengthening job levels have been decided under each of the domains. A dynamic HS framework was created for realizing all challenges of a health organization. Employee retention is greatly related to job satisfaction and the main responsibility of human resource management is to provide intrinsic and extrinsic rewards for motivating all employees. After conducting several research, the author stated that human resource management should take proper initiatives for retaining experienced and skilled employees in health sectors. The framework helps to articulate preconditions for retention and it also delivers a new approach that addresses workforce retention in health organizations. The author also stated that there is a limited opportunity for a small-sized allied health workforce in remote and rural health services. For improving the opportunities of allied health and nursing professionals, huge investment and improvement of human resource management strategies have been strongly recommended in this article.
Martin, F., et al. (2020). A systematic review of adaptive learning research designs, context, strategies, and technologies from 2009 to 2018. Educational Technology Research and Development 68,1903–1929. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11423-020-09793-2
According to different authors such Martin et al. (2020), human resource management plays an important role in managing the workforce and health professionals in a health organization. The main role of human resource management is to ensure high-quality health services for patients. They make various strategies for offering quality services to the patients by setting the standards for different ethical practices and addressing all healthcare trends. So, the human resource management department is very much important for all health organizations. By defining collaborative approaches and training in healthcare organizations and implementing various workplace rules, the human resource department can improve workplace efficiency. The authors applied the qualitative research method for conducting this research article and total 61 research papers were analysed to complete this article. According to the authors, human resource management is very much important for maintaining the sustainable performance of the organization. This article will help to focus more on adaptive learning strategies, technologies and contexts. A conceptual framework was also created to understand how to implement and influence human resource management to take several approaches to promote adaptive learning programs for the person-fit training among health workers. The workplace environment accounts for a greater proportion of health expenditure in many healthcare settings and staff shortage has become the most serious matter in health organizations. There are so many professionals who are continuously providing different physical rehabilitation services and these services are included with physicians, certified and licensed health care experts, or professionals. The Allied health care experts share responsibilities for ensuring that the responsibilities are carried out appropriately by the facility department or clinic. For this, it is very much necessary to recruit experienced health care experts in health care organizations. The nursing personnel and healthcare professionals are capable of evaluating, continuing, and establishing systems for quality assurance and risk management. The Allied healthcare professionals are the main source of information from which different programs can be developed.