The World Health Professions Alliance speaks for more than 41 million health professionals worldwide, assembling essential knowledge and experience from the key health professions in more than 130 countries.
In May 2018 around 150 participants from 36 countries gathered with experts in health regulation with a programme that explored the lessons learned from competence-based approaches to regulation, compared regulatory models and examined ways of promoting best practice in regulatory governance and performance.
de Haller: Global professions need global regulations. How much local adaptation is needed? (Migration)
ECFMG’s 2023 medical school accreditation requirement
Lisa L. Cover; Kara Corrado, Tracy Gill, Elizabeth M. Ingraham, Marta van Zanten
Developing a research agenda to support developing a medical education accreditation
Marta van Zanten; John R. Boulet
How do policymakers realize the cost-savings from biosimilars while maintaining healthcare provider autonomy
Philip Schneider; Michael Reilly
Health professions regulation in Portugal in the context of a broader health regulation framework
Inês Fronteira; Jorge Simões
Health professions regulation background and workforce migration in Mercosur
Fernando Mussa Abujamra Aith; Matheus Zuliane Falcão; Rachelle Amália Agostini Balbinot
Students’ perception of the learning environment and satisfaction with teaching and learning using a selfdirected learning approach among undergraduate physiotherapy students at University of Ghana
Jonathan N.A Quartey; Eksteen; Pickworth
In May 2016 almost 200 health professionals gathered to discuss regulation and trade agreements, balancing the regulation of individual health professionals and health services and WHO’s global strategy on Human Resources for Health (HRH).
In May 2014 global leaders of the main health professions urged their members to pay more attention to regulation issues and implement the right systems in order to act in the public interest.
In February 2010 the event aimed to shape the future of health professional regulation within the context of global health systems' redesign and evolving roles, always keeping in mind that public protection is the primary objective of health professional regulation.
In May 2008, the first World Health Professions Conference on Regulation was held, with topics around 'Different models of health professional regulation', ' Regulatory body governance and performance', and 'Trade in services and implications for regulation'.
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