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An'alisis de aprendizaje de un taller de trabajo sobre atenci'on primaria de salud / R. Rodr'iguez-Contreras Pelayo ... [et al.]
Rodr'iguez-Contreras Pelayo, R; Luna del Castillo, J; L'opez Gigosos, Rosa M; Lardelli Claret, Pablo; Delgado Rodr'iguez, M; G'alvez Vargas, Ram'on ( 1991 )
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The Andalusian nutritional survey : comparison of the nutritional status of Andalusian children aged 6-60 months with that of the NCHS/CDC reference population / E. Briones ... [et al.]
Briones, E; Perea, E; Ruiz, M. P; Torro, C; Gili, M ( 1989 )
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Aspects économiques et administratifs de la législation antipaludique espagnole / par Alvaro Lozano Morales
Morales, Alvaro Lozano; Conférence inter-régionale sur le paludisme pour les régions de la Méditerranée orientale et de l' Europe (1956 : Athènes, Greece) ( 1956 )
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Assessing the health consequences of major chemical incidents : epidemiological approaches
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; Working Group on Epidemiological Approaches to Assessment of Health Consequences of Accidents and Disasters (1995 : Bilthoven, Netherlands) ( 1997 )
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Building healthy public policies with tourism and agriculture as partners : notes from the first phase of a WHO/EURO demonstration project in the Valencian Community / Concha Colomer ... [et al.]
Colomer, Concha; Alvarez-Dardet, Carlos; Guillem, Jose Vicente; Goitre, Antonio; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1996 )
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City air quality trends (GEMS/Air Data). Vol. 2, Athens, Cairo, Caracas, Christchurch, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Madrid, New York, Shenyang, Toronto
World Health Organization. Prevention of Environmental Pollution Unit; United Nations Environment Programme; Global Environment Monitoring System ( 1993 )
La consommation de tabac chez la femme espagnole / Mercedes de Onis & José Villar
De Onis, Mercedes; Villar, José ( 1991 )
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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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La Décentralisation des systèmes de santé : concepts, problèmes et expériences de quelques pays / rédigé sous la direction de Anne Mills ... [et al.]
Mills, Anne; Vaughan, J. Patrick; Smith, Duane L; Tabibzadeh, Iraj; World Health Organization ( 1991 )
Abstract

Dans la présente publication, on s'est appliqué à évaluer la mesure dans laquelle la décentralisation peut servir d'instrument politique pour l'amélioration du système de santé d'une nation. L'ouvrage, destiné aux décideurs et aux administrateurs, s'appuie à la fois sur une étude bibliographique et sur une analyse des expériences de certains pays pour définir le sens réel du mot décentralisation s'agissant de l'organisation et de la gestion des systèmes de santé. Tout en énonçant les nombreux avantages offerts en théorie par la décentralisation d'un système de santé, le livre met en évidence le fossé qui existe entre les intentions et la réalité, insistant particulièrement sur certains faits et arguments qui montrent bien pourquoi il n'est jamais facile de mettre en oeuvre un processus de décentralisation, dont les avantages ne sont pas retirés immédiatement. Au nombre des problèmes identifiés, il faut citer la réticence des fonctionnaires vis-à-vis d'un changement dans l'attribution des pouvoirs, la difficulté à persuader les personnels et leur famille à accepter une affectation à des postes périphériques, et le risque, créé par un accroissement du pouvoir local, d'intensification de la corruption et du favoritisme. Tout au long du livre, l'accent est mis sur la nécessité d'identifier tous les aspects complexes du processus de décentralisation et d'accepter le fait que la réforme exige un engagement à long-terme

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Economic and administrative aspects of Spanish malaria control legislation / by Alvaro Lozano Morales
Morales, Alvaro Lozano; Inter-Regional Conference on Malaria for the Eastern Mediterranean and European Regions (1956 : Athens, Greece) ( 1956 )
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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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GEMS/Food total diet studies : report of a Joint USFDA/WHO International Workshop on Total Diet Studies in cooperation with the Pan American Health Organization, Kansas City, Missouri, USA, 26 July - 6 August 1999
International Workshop on Total Diet Studies; WHO Food Safety Programme; Pan American Health Organization; United States. Food and Drug Administration ( 1999 )
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A global response to elder abuse and neglect : building primary health care capacity to deal with the problem world-wide : main report
World Health Organization. Ageing and Life Course Unit; Université de Genève. Centre interfacultaire de gérontologie ( 2008 )
Grippe
( 1996 )
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Health and wealth regional perspectives: technical report for the WHO European Ministerial Conference on Health Systems : "Health Systems, Health and Wealth", Tallinn, Estonia 25-27 June 2008
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; WHO Regions for Health Network in Europe ( 2008 )
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 : Spain 2000
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; European Observatory on Health Care Systems ( 2000 )
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Health system decentralization : concepts, issues and country experience / edited by Anne Mills ... [et al.]
Mills, Anne; Vaughan, J. Patrick; Smith, Duane L; Tabibzadeh, Iraj; World Health Organization ( 1990 )
Abstract

Evaluates the extent to which decentralization can serve as a policy instrument for the improvement of a nations health system. Addressed to policy-makers and administrators, the book combines a literature review with an analysis of country experiences to define what decentralization actually means when applied to the organization and management of health services. While noting the many theoretical benefits of a decentralized health system, the book concentrates on the gap between the intentions and the reality, stressing facts and arguments that show why decentralization is never easily implemented and rarely brings immediate gains. Problems identified include the resistance of civil servants to a change in the power structure, the difficulty of persuading staff and their families to accept peripheral posts, and the risk that greater local authority will mean greater opportunity for patronage and corruption. Throughout, emphasis is placed on the need to accept the fact that reform requires a long-term commitment. The main part of the book consists of case studies of decentralization as experienced in Botswana, Chile, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Senegal, Spain, Sri Lanka and Yugoslavia. Apart from illustrating the different legal and administrative mechanisms that support decentralization, these studies also provide a rich inventory of the many practical and human factors that ultimately determine the success of reforms. The book concludes with an analysis of lessons learned from these experiences. Policies for raising revenue and controlling expenditure are identified as the most sensitive issues, followed by a number of practical problems with personnel

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Health systems in transition : Spain : health system review / written by Antonio Duran, Juan L. Lara and Michelle van Waveren ; edited by Vaida Bankauskaite
Durán, Antonio; Lara, Juan L; Waveren, Michelle van; Bankauskaite, Vaida; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies ( 2006 )
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