Working Together for Our Future: Belize’s Health Workforce Strategic Plan 2010-2014
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Belize will have a sustainable health workforce that is knowledgeable, skilled and adaptable. The workforce will be distributed to achieve equitable health outcomes, suitably trained and competent. The workforce will be valued and able to work within a supportive environment and culture. It will provide safe, quality, preventative, curative and supportive care, that is population and health consumer focused and capable of meeting the health needs of the Belizean community.
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