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INTERNATIONAL HEALTH

Details: health response to the international spread of disease in ways that are commensurate with and restricted to public health risks, and which avoid unnecessary interference with international traffic and trade.” The IHR (2005) contain a range of innovations, including: (a) a scope not limited to any

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Skills for Health

Details: health education, including life skills, as the method for improving health and education. Together, these agencies are dedicated to fostering effective school health programmes that implement skills-based health education along with school health policies, a healthy and supportive environment, and health services together in all schools.

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Universal Health Coverage

Details: Good health is essential to sustained economic and social development and poverty reduction. Access to needed health services is crucial for maintaining and improving health. At the same time, people need to be protected from being pushed into poverty because of the cost of health care. Universal health coverage is defined as ensuring that all people have access to needed health services

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Global strategy on digital health 2020-2025

Details: health system requires a decision and commitment by countries 15 2. Recognize that successful digital health initiatives require an integrated strategy 15 3. Promote the appropriate use of digital technologies for health 16 4. Recognize the urgent need to address the major impediments faced by

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Welcome NHWA Web portal

Details: The National Health Workforce Accounts (NHWA) is a system by which countries progressively improve the availability, quality, and use of data on health workforce through monitoring of a set of indicators to support achievement of Universal Health Coverage, Sustainable Development Goals …

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WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION BASIC RADIOLOGICAL …

Details: health care. The WHO-BRS Advisory Group would be most grateful for comments on the present manual, particularly where difficulties are experienced in using it. Such comments, preferably with suggestions as to how the manual may be improved, should be sent to: Chief, Radiation Medicine, World Health Organization, 1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland.

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Matthew Allen Carmen Audera López Ron Borland PhD,

Details: (2006) The Health Consequences of Involuntary Exposure to Tobacco Smoke: A Report of the Surgeon General. Atlanta, The United States Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Coordinating Center for Health Promotion, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion,

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in health systems

Details: Health insurance is a common mechanism for decreasing ˚nancial barriers to health services, yet inclusion of rehabilitation in insurance coverage is variable, and, in many parts of the world, health insurance protects only a minority of the population (17). When health insurance includes rehabilitation, access to and use of

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ESSENTIAL PUBLIC HEALTH FUNCTIONS, HEALTH SYSTEMS, …

Details: ESSENTIAL PUBLIC HEALTH FUNCTIONS, HEALTH SYSTEMS, AND HEALTH SECURITY - Developing conceptual clarity and a WHO roadmap for action 2 Executive summary Background Since the first World Health Organization (WHO) list of essential public health functions (EPHFs) was published in 1998, EPHFs have been a recurring method used by WHO regions, Member

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The Tallinn Charter: Health Systems for Health and Wealth

Details: 11 hours ago · The key messages of the Charter were that:health systems involved more than health care, as effective health systems promoted both health and wealth;investment in health was an investment in future human development; andwell-functioning health systems were essential for any society to improve health and attain health equity.

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International Health Regulations (2005)

Details: Health Assembly in May 2005, entered into force on 15 June 2007 and is a legally-binding international instrument to help countries work together to save lives and minimize the impact on livelihoods by events that cause the international spread of diseases. The IHR aim to …

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United States of America: health system review

Details: The United States health systemhas both considerable strengths and notable weaknesses. It has a large andwell trained health workforce, a wide range of high-quality medical specialistsas well as secondary and tertiary institutions, a robust health sector researchprogramme and, for selected services, among the best medical outcomes in theworld.

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Social Health Insurance

Details: health burdenand is a relatively fair method of financing health care. Desirable though it is, not many least-developed and low-middle-income countries have …

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Law, regulation and strategizing for health

Details: a health facility to obtain an authorization before they provide services, and impose sanctions where the rules are not obeyed. The second aspect refers to other regulatory tools a government can use to control or influ-ence conduct in the health system. Possible

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Sexual and reproductive health and rights: infographic

Details: World Health Organization. (‎2021)‎. Sexual and reproductive health and rights: infographic snapshot: Madagascar 2021. World Health Organization.

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Digital Documentation of COVID-19 Certificates

Details: The unique identifier for the health worker as determined by the member state. There can be more than one unique identifier used. (e.g., system generated ID, health profession number, cryptographic signature, or any other form of health worker unique identifier). This can be used in …

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Social Determinants of Health

Details: illness, health inequities and premature deaths and called for the establishment of a Commission on Social Determinants of Health (CSDH). The Commission was established in …

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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Details: Health promotion – recast and reinterpreted to augment revitalization of primary health care toward universal health coverage (UHC) – can improve the health of at least a billion people as envisioned in the 13th General Programme of Work 2019–2023 of the World Health Organization (WHO). WHO was created to uphold better health for all people.

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Health inequity and the effects of COVID‑19

Details: Health inequities and the key principles for addressing them during the COVID‑19 pandemic 3 2.1 Why is a focus on health inequity needed? 3 2.2 Addressing health inequities amid COVID‑19 4 3. Health effects and the socioeconomic impact of COVID‑19 and its containment measures 7

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WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION Regional Office for the …

Details: health screening checks in line with local priorities and with a view to cost effectiveness P9 The school has a policy on • students are dismissed if there is a closure in the event of continuing interruption to the supply of emergencies or other fresh water, in the event of an outbreak of

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SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH

Details: promoting health. Abstract Policy and action for health need to be geared towards addressing the social determinants of health in order to attack the causes of ill health before they can lead to problems. This is a challenging task for both decision-makers and public health actors and advocates. The scientific evidence on social

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COVID-19 AND HEALTH SYSTEMS RESILIENCE: LESSONS …

Details: the health system. Keywords: Health Systems Resilience, Preparedness, COVID-19 Anna Sagan is Research Fellow, European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, London School of Economics and Political Science, and Honorary Research Fellow, London School of Hygiene and Tropical

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WHO global strategy on integrated people-centred health

Details: Health is increasingly shaped by ageing populations, urbanization and the globalization of unhealthy lifestyles, resulting in a transition in the burden of health care towards noncommunicable diseases, mental health and injuries. Many of these conditions are …

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A guide for public health emergency

Details: International health regulations (2005): a guide for public health emergency contingency planning at designated points of entry. 1. Disaster planning. 2. Health policy. 3. Legislation, Health. 4. Public health – organization and administration. I. World Health Organization Regional Office for the Western Pacific.

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Milestones in Health Promotion

Details: health promotion is not just the responsibility of the health sector, but goes beyond healthy life-styles to well-being. Prerequisites for Health The fundamental conditions and resources for health are: • peace, • shelter, • education, • food, • income, • a stable eco-system, • sustainable resources,

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Water, sanitation, hygiene and health

Details: health impacts from WASH are difficult to evaluate compared to the effect of clinical interventions. The overall body of epidemiological evidence confirms the beneficial impacts of safe WASH on key health outcomes, although the quality of the evidence is typically weak – which is common with complex environmental health interventions.

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Health, environment and climate change

Details: the health, economic and environmental co-benefits that would derive from more efficient transport and energy systems, a decarbonized economy, and healthier food systems with less impact on the environment. New approaches are needed that consider the consequences of actions in their entirety, taking a longer-term and equity perspective.

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WHO guideline recommendations on digital interventions for

Details: Human health has only ever improved because of advances in technology. From the development of modern sanitation to the advent of penicillin, anesthesia, vaccines and magnetic resonance imaging, science, research and technology have always been key drivers of better health.

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Health, Economic Growth, and Poverty Reduction

Details: health implications of development assistance policies including modalities relating to economic crisis and debt relief. It focused on the policies and approaches of international developmental agencies. One emphasis was on the appropriate balance between country-spe-

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DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO

Details: Mental health and the consequences of violence are major public health challenges. Maternal and child health indicators have shown signs of improvement since the beginning of the century (Fig. 3), albeit at an insufficient rate to attain the targets of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG). Fig. 2.

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STRENGTHENING THE HEALTH SYSTEMS RESPONSE TO …

Details: health workers. 2. Bolster capacity of essential public health services to enable emergency response. 10. Anticipate and address the mental health needs of the health workforce. 3. Clarify first-point-of-contact strategy for possible COVID-19 cases: phone, online, physical. 11. Review supply chains and stocks of essential medicines and health

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Advocacy for mental health

Details: World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; European Commission. Directorate-General for Health and Consumers (‎ Copenhagen : WHO. Regional Office for Europe, 2010)‎

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Comprehensive Community- and Home-based Health Care …

Details: living, in addition to strengthening the basic health care services, has increased significantly. Moreover, given the escalating costs of health services, vulnerable and underprivileged groups will be even more deprived. Therefore, there is an urgent need for Member States to …

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Migration and health: enhancing intercultural competence

Details: and World Health Assembly resolution WHA61.17, WHO European Region Member States agreed at the High–level Meeting on Refugee and Migrant Health, which was held in Italy in November 2015, on the need for a common framework for collaborative action to address the public health and health system challenges presented by large-scale migration.

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Women’s Mental Health

Details: health holds out the possibility of primary prevention of certain mental disorders by reducing their incidence. In this review, a gendered, social model of health is used to investigate critical determinants of women’s mental health with the overall objective of contributing to

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Health, environment and climate change

Details: Health is rarely central to decisions affecting these trends, resulting in missed opportunities for health protection and promotion. Poorly planned and managed urban settings with unsustainable transport systems and a lack of access to public and green areas increase air pollution, noise and heat

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MENTAL HEALTH INVESTMENT CASE: A GUIDANCE NOTE

Details: Mental health is affected by biological characteristics, social and economic circumstances, cultural gender norms and the broader environment of individuals (Lund et al., 2018). Exposure to risk factors or stressors can result in a range of mental health problems. Increased exposure to adverse determinants of mental health and the

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The Philippines Health System Review

Details: Health System Review Health Systems in Transition Health Sy Vol. 8 No. 2 2018 s t ems in T r ansition Vol. 8 No. 2 2018 The Philippines Health System Review The Asia Pacific Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (the APO) is a collaborative partnership of interested

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Global status report on the public health response to dementia

Details: Health and social care worker training 197 Impact of COVID-19 on dementia carers 198 The way forward 199 Concluding remarks 203 Chapter 9 Dementia health information systems and monitoring 205 Context 205 Progress to date 206 Global monitoring of core dementia indicators 206

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Green and Blue Spaces and Mental Health

Details: Better Health in Europe”, which sets out to enhance mental health promotion, protection and care across the European Region by transforming attitudes about mental health, expediting mental health service reforms and accelerating progress towards universal health

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Helping parents in developing countries improve

Details: adolescent health outcomes, including the association between relationships with parents and all three health issues under consideration. As the report put it, “Families matter.” 3. Helping parents in developing countries improve adolescents’ health 7 Dimensions of parenting

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