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10 [Ten] health questions about the 10 / written by Albena Arnaudova ; and edited by Yves Charpak
Arnaudova, Albena; Charpak, Yves; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2004 )
Des omnipraticiens pour notre époque / Igor Svab
Svab, Igor ( 1996 )
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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 )
For which strategies of suicide prevention is there evidence of effectiveness?
Grad, Onja T; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; Ministry of Health of Slovenia; University Psychiatric Hospital, Ljubljana; World Health Organization. Liaison Office for Slovenia ( 2012 )
Abstract

This document describes the process of formulating and implementing national programmes for the reduction of suicide in five European countries and analyses the public health dimensions of suicide in Slovenia. Recommendations for the establishment of a national programme for the reduction of suicide in Slovenia are put forward

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General practitioners for the new age / Igor Svab
Svab, Igor ( 1996 )
Health care delivery profiles and innovations in selected European countries / Milagros García-Barbero, Josep Goicoechea
García-Barbero, Milagros; Goicoechea, Josep; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; Generalitat Valenciana Conselleria de Salud ( 1997 )
Abstract

This book is the first study of the WHO innovations project. It contains eleven innovations in different areas of health care delivery in six European countries. To put the innovations in the actual context where they are taking place, a summary of the health care delivery system of the country is also presented

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Health care systems in transition : Slovenia / written by Tit Albreht ... [et al.]
Albreht, Tit; Cesen, Marjan; Jakubowski, Elke; Kramberger, Boris; Hindle, Don; Premik, Marjan; Toth, Martin; Petric, Vesna Kerstin; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; European Observatory on Health Care Systems ( 2002 )
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Health care systems in transition : Slovenia / written by Tit Albreht ... [et al.]
Albreht, Tit; Cesen, Marjan; Jakubowski, Elke; Kramberger, Boris; Markota, Mladen; Premik, Marjan; Toth, Martin; Petric, Vesna Kerstin; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; European Observatory on Health Care Systems ( 2001 )
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Health impact assessment of agriculture and food policies : lessons learnt from the Republic of Slovenia / Karen Lock ... [et al.]
Lock, Karen; Gabrijelcic-Blenkus, Mojca; Martuzzi, Marco; Otorepec, Peter; Wallace, Paul; Dora, Carlos; Robertson, Aileen; Maurec Zakotnic, Jozica ( 2003 )
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Health systems in transition : Slovenia - health system review 2009 / written by Tit Albreht ... [et al.]
Albreht, Tit; Turk, Eva; Toth, Martin; Ceglar, Jakob; Marn, Stane; Pribakovic Brinovec, Radivoje; Schäfer, Marco; Avdeeva, Olga; Ginneken, Ewout van; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; European Observatory on Health Care Systems ( 2009 )
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Highlights on health in Slovenia
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2001 )
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Highlights on health in Slovenia 2005
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2006 )
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Housing, energy and thermal comfort : a review of 10 countries within the WHO European Region
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2007 )
Abstract

The impact of climate and temperature on health has been receiving increased attention in recent years. Although a precise assessment of the burden of disease caused by low indoor temperatures is not yet available, indoor thermal discomfort and fuel poverty may be of great importance in many European countries. The report summarizes a project on the health impact of low temperatures based on a review of 10 European countries. Based on the available evidence, the phenomenon of excess winter deaths is significantly related to housing characteristics. A considerable number of death cases could therefore be reduced through adequate housing standards, heating systems and energy supply. Based on the review of the country policies and the scientific evidence, available policy options and intervention strategies addressing this issue are discussed and recommendations for national policies on housing, energy and thermal comfort are made

How to reduce suicide in Slovenia : proposal for a national programme for suicide prevention in Slovenia : national and international perspectives / edited by Onja T. Grad
Grad, Onja T; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; Ministry of Health of Slovenia; University Psychiatric Hospital, Ljubljana; World Health Organization. Liaison Office for Slovenia ( 1997 )
Abstract

This document describes the process of formulating and implementing national programmes for the reduction of suicide in five European countries and analyses the public health dimensions of suicide in Slovenia. Recommendations for the establishment of a national programme for the reduction of suicide in Slovenia are put forward

Médicos generales para una nueva época / Igor Svab
Svab, Igor ( 1996 )
Models of health promoting schools in Europe / edited by Bjarne Bruun Jensen and Venka Simovska
Bruun Jensen, Bjarne; Simovska, Venka; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2002 )
Abstract

This booklet from the European Network of Health Promotion Schools: models of health promoting schools in Europe attempts to document the valuable experience gained through the last ten years working with processes of health promotion in schools throughout Europe. It describes models of health promoting schools as they are developed in different cultural, political and economic settings, and how they adopt shapes and structures that are compatible with the environments in which they are developing, while still subscribing to common underlying principles of democracy, action, equity and sustainability. The aim of the booklet is to demonstrate the variety of approaches in constructing and reconstructing the process of developing and implementing the health promoting school over time in different educational and cultural contexts

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National tuberculosis programme managers' meeting : Sinaia, Romania 27-28 September 2004
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2005 )
Abstract

The WHO European Region confronts critically important challenges. Across the Region the challenges are multiple and varied. To the east, rates of HIV (and HIV-associated tuberculosis) and multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) are climbing, health systems remain frail, surveillance and laboratory services are underresourced, and in places political commitment is inadequate. To the west, TB in marginalized populations, such as migrant populations and the elderly, represents a challenge. In addition, political commitment to Directly Observed Treatment, Short-course (DOTS) remains low in some countries. As a Region, Europe is struggling to increase its TB treatment success rates above 75%, despite the DOTS strategy being adopted by a large number of countries over the past decade, and it is therefore some way from achieving the World Health Assembly (WHA) target of 85% success. Although case detection rates across the Region remain inadequate and only 40% of the population currently have access to the DOTS strategy, substantial regional variations exist. If the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and the WHA targets that pertain to TB are to be achieved, the breadth and depth of DOTS coverage across the Region and within countries needs to be expanded. The principal public health challenge that lies ahead is to operationalize effective strategies and integrate MDR-TB and HIV control programmes into a DOTS framework that meets European needs

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Report of the Meeting of Interested Parties for the Global Programme for Vaccines and Immunization, Geneva, 26 June 1996
Meeting of Interested Parties for the WHO Global Programme for Vaccines and Immunization (1996: Geneva, Switzerland); WHO Global Programme for Vaccines and Immunization ( 1996 )
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Responding to the challenge of cancer in Europe / edited by Michel P. Coleman ...[et al.]
Coleman, Michel P; Alexe, Delia-Marina; Albreht, Tit; McKee, Martin; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies; European Commission; Institute of Public Health of the Republic of Slovenia ( 2008 )
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WHO Collaborative Project on Identification and Management of Alcohol-Related Problems in Primary Health Care : report on phase IV : development of country-wide strategies for implementing early identification and brief intervention in primary health care / edited by Nick Heather
Heather, Nick; WHO Collaborative Project on Identification and Management of Alcohol-Related Problems in Primary Health Care; World Health Organization. Dept. of Mental Health and Substance Abuse ( 2006 )
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