The Annotated Bibliography
George, A., Campbell, J., & Ghaffar, A. (2018). Advancing the science behind human resources for health: Highlights from the health policy and systems research reader on human resources for health. Human Resources for Health, 16(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12960-018-0302-z
The authors highlight the increasing demand and significance of health workers affecting the way the human resource in healthcare settings make policies and practices. Thus this article aims at assessing and reinvigorating how the human resource for health (HRH) can improve the sector. During the research, it is established that the health policy and systems research (HPSR) transforms the HRH from being faceless to being the heart of health systems. Furthermore, this article remains credible since it uses recommended research protocol with peer review before publishing. Therefore, the research remains useful in my proposal as it highlights how human resource plays a significant role in the healthcare system with a clear conclusion.
Gile, P. P., Buljac-Samardzic, M., & Klundert, J. V. (2018). The effect of human resource management on performance in hospitals in sub-Saharan Africa: A systematic literature review. Human Resources for Health, 16(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12960-018-0298-4
The article explains how the Sub-Saharan African countries face a significant workforce challenge despite facing an extraordinary burden of diseases. This challenge calls for a highly effective HRH that will help distribute the available limited healthcare workers. The researchers investigate how the HRH plays a significant role in health workers’ distribution and effectiveness. It establishes that there is little evidence between the HRH and patient outcome. The researchers call for coordinated research efforts to advance the evidence. However, the source maintains its credibility, and by giving its findings and recommendations in areas, it failed to provide clear evidence. Applying this article in the proposal shows that the HRH does not increase or determine the health care workers’ skills.
Jankelová, N. (2021). The key role of strategically and people-oriented HRM in hospitals in Slovakia in the context of their organizational performance. Healthcare, 9(3), 255. https://doi.org/10.3390/healthcare9030255
This article aims at verifying the positive correspondence how the mixed roles of the (HRM) in the medical care setting and how they influence performance. This exercise is achieved through improving leadership styles and interaction. It concludes that a significant impact of implementing new and mixed roles in the organization. The study is done using one researcher who uses various credible research analysis techniques such as ANOVA and SPSS 24.0, the latest versions of the analysis software. This source shows how mixing roles in the HRH can be influential, thus being useful in my proposal meant to explain the importance of the HRM in a healthcare setting.
Khatri, N., Gupta, V., & Varma, A. (2017). The relationship between HR capabilities and quality of patient care: The mediating role of proactive work behaviors. Human Resource Management, 56(4), 673-691. https://doi.org/10.1002/hrm.21794673-691.
The article developed a model of (HR) which tests its connection and interaction with improved patient care using the samples obtained from various healthcare facilities in the USA. The researcher established a direct connection between the improved health care of the patient with the enhanced capabilities of the HR. the relationship was positive because the HR influenced the behaviors of the health care workers, thus affecting the patient care. The research obtains data from credible sources, with a broad survey maintaining the integrity of this research. Using the article’s conclusion, during my research, I will investigate how strictness can influence the behavior of the workers.
Tursunbayeva, A. (2019). Human resource technology disruptions and their implications for human resources management in healthcare organizations. BMC Health Services Research, 19(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-019-4068-3
The articles show a likely future staff shortage, thus necessitating the implementation of technologies that will help HR manage the available team. Pieces of evidence from other industries have shown how the human resource information systems (HRIS) have proved effective upon its application. The research aims to establish a close connection between the HRIS with the existing system where they have been applied. The study concludes that the health and HR professionals use the HRIS responsibly. Despite this research conducted by one researcher, he explores significant possible sources and broad background. The paper increases its credibility because it is peer-reviewed and published on two credible platforms. The conclusion remains reasonable as he encourages humans not to entirely depend on technology because it can be dangerous too. This article is applicable in my proposal to explore how HR can use technology to make the HRH effective.