Global Competency and Outcomes Framework for Universal Health Coverage
The goal of the Global Competency and Outcomes Framework for UHC is to advance improvements in health and progress towards UHC through aligning health worker education approaches with population health needs and health system demands. The primary objective of this document is to provide guidance for the specification of pre-service and in-service competency-based education outcomes for health workers, which in turn inform the development of relevant curricula, learning activities and assessment approaches.
The Global Competency and Outcomes Framework for Universal Health Coverage identifies the health worker competencies towards the achievement of UHC organized within six domains: people-centredness, decision-making, communication, collaboration, evidence-informed practice and personal conduct. It then provides guidance for educators to integrate the competencies for UHC into competency-based curricula organized around specified practice activities for individual- and population- health services, as well as management and organization practice activities as relevant. This framework has been developed through the lens of 12-48 month pre-service education pathways.