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Activities of the WHO Collaborating Centre for reference and research in gonococci, Copenhagen, for the year 1985 / by Inga Lind ... [et al.]
Lind, Inga; Bollerup, Anne Cathrine; Gadeberg, Ole V; Reimann, Karin; Bentzon, Michael Weis; World Health Organization. Programme of Sexually Transmitted Diseases ( 1986 )
Activities of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Reference and Research in Gonococci, Copenhagen, for the year 1986 / by Inga Lind ... [et al.]
Lind, Inga; Bollerup, Anne Cathrine; Gadeberg, Ole V; Reimann, Karin; Bentzon, Michael Weis; World Health Organization. Programme of Sexually Transmitted Diseases ( 1987 )
Activities of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Reference and Research in Gonococci, Copenhagen, for the year 1987 / by Inga Lind ... [et al.]
Lind, Inga; Bollerup, Anne Cathrine; Gadeberg, Ole V; Reimann, Karin; Bentzon, Michael Weis; World Health Organization. Programme of Sexually Transmitted Diseases ( 1988 )
Activities of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Reference and Research in Gonococci, Copenhagen, for the year 1988 / by Inga Lind ... [et al.]
Lind, Inga; Bollerup, Anne Cathrine; Reimann, Karin; Bentzon, Michael Weis; World Health Organization. Programme of Sexually Transmitted Diseases ( 1990 )
Activities of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Reference and Research in Gonococci, Copenhagen, for the year 1989 / by Inga Lind ... [et al.]
Lind, Inga; Bollerup, Anne Cathrine; Reimann, Karin; Bentzon, Michael Weis; World Health Organization. Programme of Sexually Transmitted Diseases ( 1991 )
Animal rabies, Denmark : bat virus causes rabies in sheep
( 1998 )
Changing fertility and family formation in Denmark / Poul Christian Matthiessen
Matthiessen, Poul Christian ( 1987 )
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Closing the health inequalities gap : an international perspective : / written by Iain K. Crombie ... [et al.]
Crombie, Iain K; Irvine, Linda; Elliott, Lawrence; Wallace, Hilary; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2005 )
Abstract

This report presents an analysis of official documents on government policies to tackle inequalities in health from 13 developed countries. All countries recognize that health inequalities are caused by adverse socioeconomic and environmental circumstances. However they differ in their definitions of inequalities and in their approaches to tackling the problem. Sweden and Northern Ireland have structured their overall public health policy to tackle the underlying determinants of inequalities in health. England is the only country with a separate comprehensive policy. Most countries also have policies on poverty, social inclusion, and social justice. These are motivated by a concern for human rights and dignity and deal primarily with the underlying causes of health inequalities. While broadly setting the same overarching goal, policies on health inequalities show many different features. Policymakers face two challenges: to ensure that strategies to tackle the macroenvironmental factors feature in policy on inequalities in health, and to ensure that health becomes a prominent issue in social justice policy. Few countries have a coordinated approach to tackling inequalities in health

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Comparaison de l' intensité du tabagisme par cohorte au Danemark et aux Pays-Bas / Jan J. Barendregt, Caspar W. N. Looman et Henrik Bronnum-Hansen
Barendregt, Jan J; Looman, Caspar W. N; Bronnum-Hansen, Henrik ( 2002 )
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Comparison of cohort smoking intensities in Denmark and the Netherlands / Jan J. Barendregt, Caspar W. N. Looman and Henrik Bronnum-Hansen
Barendregt, Jan J; Looman, Caspar W. N; Bronnum-Hansen, Henrik ( 2002 )
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Comparison of patients evaluations of health care quality in relation to WHO measures of achievement in 12 European countries Jan J. Kerssens ... [et al.]
Kerssens, Jan J; Groenewegen, Peter P; Sixma, Herman J; Boerma, Wienke G. W; van der Eijk, Ingrid ( 2004 )
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Coordinación intersectorial y aspectos sanitarios de la ordenación del medio ambiente : examen de la experiencia de distintos países / Morris Schaefer
Schaefer, Morris; World Health Organization ( 1981 )
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Coordination intersectorielle et aspects sanitaires de la gestion de l' environnement : une étude de pratiques en cours dans divers pays / Morris Schaefer
Schaefer, Morris; World Health Organization ( 1981 )
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Cross-national comparability of burden of disease estimates : the European Disability Weights Project / Marie-Louise Essink-Bot ... [et al.]
Essink-Bot, Marie-Louise; Pereira, Joaquin; Packer, Claire; Schwarzinger, Michael; Burström, Kristina; European Disability Weights Group ( 2002 )
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The Current status of antimicrobial resistance surveillance in Europe : report of a WHO workshop held in collaboration with the Italian Associazione Culturale Microbiologia Medica, Verona, Italy, 12 December 1997
World Health Organization. Division of Emerging and Communicable Diseases Surveillance and Control ( 1998 )
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The Danish government programme on public health and health promotion 1999-2008 : a case study by Finn Kamper Joergensen
Kamper-Jorgensen, Finn; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; European Centre for Health Policy (Brussels) ( 2001 )
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Development of food and nutrition action plans in the Baltic countries : report on a second consultation, Riga, 19-20 June 2001
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; UNICEF; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; Nordic Council of Ministers ( 2001 )
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Epidemiological fact sheets on HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases : European region
UNAIDS/WHO Working Group on Global HIV/AIDS and STD Surveillance ( 1998 )
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European Advisory Group on the Expanded Programme on Immunization : report on the 12th meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark, 21 November 1996
European Advisory Group on the Expanded Programme on Immunization. Meeting (12th: 1996: Copenhagen, Denmark); World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1997 )
Abstract

At its twelfth meeting, the European Advisory Group (EAG) confirmed that the first priority for measles control was the achievement of high coverage with a single dose of vaccine, though this would not serve to eliminate the disease. The interruption of transmission needed to be maintained, and this could be achieved with supplementary vaccination, either through repeated campaigns or by the administration of second doses. Whichever approach was used, it was essential that the reaccumulation of susceptibles was prevented. The EAG endorsed the importance of achieving very high coverage of primary immunization with DTP vaccine. This should be completed before six months of age. The first booster could be given at 16-36 months of age, with another (DT) before school entry and a third (Td) on leaving school. This recommendation applied to all European countries. In a number of countries, especially those presently experiencing or having recently experienced epidemic diphtheria, a further booster should be given during the school years. Where the risk of diphtheria was considered high, periodic booster doses for adults would be necessary to prevent resurgence of the disease as immunity waned. On poliomyelitis, the EAG noted the significant impact of Operation MECACAR and the increasing awareness that remaining outbreaks of poliomyelitis in the Region had often followed importation of the disease. The EAG endorsed the plan of action for 1997 proposed by the Regional Office. In countries where poliomyelitis was still endemic or had become nonendemic within the past three years, the surveillance of acute flaccid paralysis (AFP) remained the recommended form of surveillance, especially for certification purposes. However, in countries where polioviruses had not been detected for many years, and AFP surveillance was not appropriate, other means of surveillance would need to be used. The EAG recommended that the Regional Office commission a position paper to review the options for laboratory-based or other surveillance techniques, so that appropriate guidelines could be issued

Flambée d' infections à Salmonella typhimurium DT104 multirésistantes et notamment aux quinolones, Danemark
( 1998 )
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