Dr Ahmad Jamal Hashmat, Dr. Nabila Shaheen, Dr. Maheen Fatima
The Health workforce is the foundation of any medical services framework. A well-prepared and adequately staffed staff is essential for achieving comprehensive inclusion in the welfare field. Specifically, a nephrology staff is essential to address overall load of developing kidney illness. In spite of some efforts, worldwide limit of the nephrology staff and preparedness remains largely unclear. Our current global cross-sectional overview has been produced as part of the World Atlas of Kidney Health; another activity monitored by Worldwide Culture of Nephrology. The purpose of this survey was to examine the current status of worldwide nephrology staff and to prepare a boundary. The survey was web-monitored, and all information was reviewed and entered by the local ISN offices and the World Bank country group. Our current research was conducted at BVH Bahawalpur from January 2019 to December 2019. Overall, 135 UN Member States replied to whole survey, and 126 nations responded to the general nephrology workforce questions. The number of nephrologists in the world was 9.84 per million people; high-wage nations described the number of nephrologists of 29.54 PMP in comparison and 0.32 PMP in low-wage countries. As a result, the global workforce of Nephrologists was 2.89 PMP; high salary states described a workforce of Nephrologists 35 times thicker than low salary countries (7.04 PMP versus 0.19 PMP). Nations reported the shortage of all nephrology service earners. A nephrology preparation programme occurred in 80% of nations, ranging from 99% in huge salary nations to 43% in low salary nations. In nations by the preparation programme, the dominant share (87%) of projects remained 3 to 5 years, also best known preparation structure (57%) followed general internal medication. Authors found a noticeable variety in global thickness of nephrologists and nephrology students and gaps in altogether providers of nephrology consideration; aim was progressively noticeable in low-wage nations, mainly in the ISN areas of Africa and South Asia. These findings highlight huge gaps in our existing nephrology staff and open doors for nations also areas to create in addition preserve a reasonable staff.