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An evaluation study of the practical use of expert committee reports: report by the Director-General
Executive Board, 41 ( 1968 )
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Evaluación general de la utilidad práctica de los informes de comités de expertos
Consejo Ejecutivo, 41 ( 1968 )
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Evaluation générale de l'utilisation pratique des rapports des comités d'experts
Conseil exécutif, 41 ( 1968 )
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Étude d'évaluation sur l'utilisation pratique des rapports de Comités d'Experts: rapport du Directeur général
Conseil exécutif, 41 ( 1968 )
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Évaluation générale de l'utilisation pratique des rapports des comités d'experts (projet de résolution présenté par les rapporteurs)
Conseil exécutif, 41 ( 1968 )
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General evaluation of the practical use of reports of expert committee meetings
Executive Board, 41 ( 1968 )
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General evaluation of the practical use of reports of expert committee meetings (draft resolution presented by the rapporteurs)
Executive Board, 41 ( 1968 )
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Gestão dos conhecimentos na Região Africana: Orientações estratégicas
Comité Regional Africano, 56 ( 2006 )
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Health information and knowledge management in Europe : report on a WHO meeting, Lisbon, Portugal, 26-27 November 2001
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2002 )
Abstract

WHO Member States and stakeholders are increasingly interested in "evidence-based medicine" and particularly in "evidence-based public health policy". Information and knowledge management tools and methods help by supplying available evidence on "what works" in health. The WHO Regional Office for Europe, together with the Portuguese Health Systems Observatory and the Ministry of Health of Portugal, organized this meeting to review current European developments and future prospects in these areas. The participants concluded that there is too much information in some public health fields, as well as important gaps in information that need to be addressed. Information in itself does not lead to change, however, and thus better understanding is required of how evidence-based information and knowledge management tools could be further used in support of decision-making. Identification of gaps in knowledge and information, clarification of concepts, cross-country comparative studies on specific issues, harmonization of data standards and targeted dissemination of available evidence from Member States were all recognized as areas where WHO has a potential role to play in strengthening information and knowledge for health development in Europe

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How can science inform our response to Ebola virus disease? Note of a consultation held on 7 October 2014
World Health Organization ( 2014 )
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Knowledge management in the WHO African Region strategic directions report of the Regional Director
Regional Committee for Africa, 56 ( 2006 )
Abstract

Efficient Knowledge Management is now considered a key factor in organizational performance and competitiveness. New Knowledge Management approaches, including those using information and communication technology, can improve efficiency through better time management, quality service, innovation and cost reduction. 2. The WHO Knowledge Management Strategy, the WHO Regional Office for Africa strategic orientations for 2005–2009, strategies of the African Union and the New Partnership for Africa’s Development, and the World Summit on the Information Society stress efficient information and knowledge management as an important contribution to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals and other internationally-agreed development goals, including those related to health. 3. The weak Knowledge Management culture and limited information and communication technology (ICT) skills and infrastructure represent serious impediments to knowledge access, sharing and application. The new Knowledge Management approaches and the current ICT revolution represent, for the WHO African Region, a historic opportunity to foster a culture of Knowledge Management and overcome the digital divide in order to strengthen health systems, improve health outcomes and provide equity in health.

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Reforma de la OMS: reforma de la gestión: aclaración de las propuestas para mejorar la eficacia institucional: informe de la Secretaría
Consejo Ejecutivo, 130 ( 2012 )
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Общая оценка практического использования докладов комитетов экспертов
Исполнительный комитет, 41 сессия ( 1968 )
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