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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 14 2022 | None
Human Resource Management at a Center for International Health Quarantine during Covid-19 in Vietnam
Dinh Cong Hoang, Phan Minh Duc, Bui Thi Thanh Truc
Pages: 54-68
In the organizational structure of localities in Vietnam, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) of the provinces/cities will integrate 07 specialized units in the field of preventive healthcare: Preventive Medicine Center, Health Education Communication Center, Nutrition Center, HIV/AIDS Prevention Center, Reproductive Health Care Center, Labor and Environmental Health Protection Center, and CIHQ. In Tay Ninh province (Southwest of Vietnam), Tay Ninh Center for International Health Quarantine (CIHQ) is a health service unit under the Department of Health. It is also put under the comprehensive management and direction of the Director of Tay Ninh Department of Health. The CIHQ of Tay Ninh holds specialized functions and duties on medical quarantine at border gates in the province, contributing to preventing epidemics and risks affecting public health from abroad to enter the country and vice versa. In order for the Center to perform its assigned functions and tasks in the field of medical quarantine activities effectively, human resources and human resource management play an important role and lay a direct impact on its operations, deciding the levels of fulfillment of political tasks, which have been assigned to the Center in its missions. The paper delves into the research and investigation of employees' evaluations related to human resource management policies at the Center during a special period with numerous professional requirements from the global pandemic.
Case study; Economic Management; Human Resources Management; Medical Quarantine; Vietnam