article by Richard M Scheffler; et all titled; Estimates Of Health Care
Professional Shortages In Sub-Saharan Africa By 2015 published in the
Health Affairs Journal volume 28, issue 5 of 5 2009 is reviewed. The review
considers how the article is written in terms of structure, content and its
effectiveness on addressing the issue of shortage of human resources in public.
The issue of human resource shortage and brain drain especially in the
developing world has been widely discussed, therefore, the relevancy, accuracy,
objectivity, clarity of this article with respect to this subject area will be
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