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WHO "Workforce 2030" for health workforce

FEMTEC supports this new WHO initiative with its balneology-based "Care who Cure" program.

WHO estimates a projected shortfall of 18 million health workers by 2030, mostly in low and lower-middle income countries. However, countries at all levels of socioeconomic development face, to varying degrees, difficulties in the education, employment, deployment, retention, and performance of their workforce.

Health systems can only function with health workers. Improving health service coverage and realizing the right to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is dependent on their availability, accessibility, acceptability and quality.

FEMTEC, as an organization in official relations with WHO, supports this important program. We are aware that balneological treatments can be a useful complement to the treatment of stress syndromes, with all the implications on a psycho-physical level to which workers at all levels operating in the field of health.

This is why FEMTEC proposes a "Care who cure" program aimed at this type of pathology using methods and treatments that are linked to the use of natural means and manual techniques of traditional and psychotherapeutic medicine (medical hypnosis).

We would like to point out the speech by Prof. O.Dubois on this topic.



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img 0136.jpg

WHO "Workforce 2030" for health workforce

FEMTEC supports this new WHO initiative with its balneology-based "Care who Cure" program.

WHO estimates a projected shortfall of 18 million health workers by 2030, mostly in low and lower-middle income countries. However, countries at all levels of socioeconomic development face, to varying degrees, difficulties in the education, employment, deployment, retention, and performance of their workforce.

Health systems can only function with health workers. Improving health service coverage and realizing the right to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is dependent on their availability, accessibility, acceptability and quality.

FEMTEC, as an organization in official relations with WHO, supports this important program. We are aware that balneological treatments can be a useful complement to the treatment of stress syndromes, with all the implications on a psycho-physical level to which workers at all levels operating in the field of health.

This is why FEMTEC proposes a "Care who cure" program aimed at this type of pathology using methods and treatments that are linked to the use of natural means and manual techniques of traditional and psychotherapeutic medicine (medical hypnosis).

We would like to point out the speech by Prof. O.Dubois on this topic.



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img 0136.jpg

WHO "Workforce 2030" for health workforce

FEMTEC supports this new WHO initiative with its balneology-based "Care who Cure" program.

WHO estimates a projected shortfall of 18 million health workers by 2030, mostly in low and lower-middle income countries. However, countries at all levels of socioeconomic development face, to varying degrees, difficulties in the education, employment, deployment, retention, and performance of their workforce.

Health systems can only function with health workers. Improving health service coverage and realizing the right to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is dependent on their availability, accessibility, acceptability and quality.

FEMTEC, as an organization in official relations with WHO, supports this important program. We are aware that balneological treatments can be a useful complement to the treatment of stress syndromes, with all the implications on a psycho-physical level to which workers at all levels operating in the field of health.

This is why FEMTEC proposes a "Care who cure" program aimed at this type of pathology using methods and treatments that are linked to the use of natural means and manual techniques of traditional and psychotherapeutic medicine (medical hypnosis).

We would like to point out the speech by Prof. O.Dubois on this topic.



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