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 JHRSS  Vol.8 No.2 , June 2020
Analysis of the Equity of Health Human Resources in Chongqing Based on Agglomeration Degree
Abstract: Objective: To provide reference for rational allocation of health human resources by exploring the current situation and equity of health human resources allocation in Chongqing. Methods: The data of health human resources in Chongqing from 2014 to 2018 were collected, and its equity was assessed by analyzing the agglomeration degree based on population and area size. Results: The number of health technicians, doctors and nurses per 1000 residents in Chongqing was 6.22, 2.22 and 2.76. The health human resources were redundant in Yuzhong, Jiangbei, and Dadukou Districts, but were seriously inadequate in Chengkou, Wuxi and Youyang counties. From 2014 to 2018, the equity of health human resources in main urban areas and the southwest of Chongqing were improved, but its allocation in the west and northeast of Chongqing was relatively inadequate, which became increasingly worse. Conclusion: The total amount of health human resources in Chongqing is insufficient. The differences in the equity of health human resources in different regions are significant. The equity of health human resources varies in different regions.
Cite this paper: Liu, B. , Liu, L. , Wang, Y. , Xu, X. and Ren, M. (2020) Analysis of the Equity of Health Human Resources in Chongqing Based on Agglomeration Degree. Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies, 8, 75-85. doi: 10.4236/jhrss.2020.82005.
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