• Social care workers (personal care workers), professionally active per 10 000 population Social care workers (personal care workers), professionally active per 10 000 population (Line chart)
  • Social care workers (personal care workers), professionally active per 10 000 population Social care workers (personal care workers), professionally active per 10 000 population (Boxplot chart)
Data set notes
European database on human and technical resources for health

Indicators: 125
Updated: 22 November 2023

HlthRes-DB provides a wide range of statistics on human and technical resources for health and offers data on non-monetary health care resources collected through the joint work of the Statistical Office of the European Union (Eurostat), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and WHO/Europe


Human resources indicators: Indicators include the number and density of a wide range of health personnel (such as physicians, nurses, midwives, dentists, pharmacists and health care assistants), according to three different concepts (those practising, professionally active and licensed to practice). Information on employment in hospitals and numbers of medical and other graduates is also available. It is currently available in English and Russian.


Technical resources data: Data include the number and density of hospitals and hospital beds, stratified by ownership of facility (public, non-profit-making private and for-profit private), in addition to the number of beds for long-term care.

HlthRes-DB also contains indicators on the availability of the following medical equipment: computed tomography (CT) scanners, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) units, positron emission tomography (PET) scanners, gamma cameras, digital subtraction angiography units, mammographs, radiation therapy equipment and lithotriptors.


Information before 2011 is not verified.

The 2022 Revision of UN World Population Prospects was used for estimates.
 
Indicator notes
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Professionally active caring personnel (personal care workers), per 10 000 population Indicator code: carpers.prof.rate This indicator shares the definition with the parent indicator "Professionally active caring personnel (personal care workers), total number". Professionally active caring personnel include practising caring personnel and other caring personnel for whom their education is a prerequisite for the execution of the job. Inclusion - Caring personnel providing services directly to patients - Caring personnel working in administration, management, research and in other posts that exclude direct contact with patients Exclusion - Unemployed caring personnel and retired caring personnel - Caring personnel working abroad Note: The number should be at the end of the calendar year.
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