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A coeur battant, rien d' impossible / Jeremy Corson
Corson, Jeremy ( 1990 )
Action for children affected by AIDS : programme profiles and lessons learned
WHO Global Programme on AIDS; UNICEF ( 1994 )
Adverse reactions to sulfa drugs : implications for malaria chemotherapy / A. Björkman & P. A. Phillips-Howard
Björkman, Anders; Phillips-Howard, Penelope A ( 1991 )
Alcohol and youth / John Shanks
Shanks, John ( 1990 )
Alcohol promotion on television [letter] / J. J. Palmer
Palmer, J. J ( 1990 )
El alcohol y los j'ovenes / John Shanks
Shanks, John ( 1990 )
L' alcool et les jeunes / John Shanks
Shanks, John ( 1990 )
Allô santé / John Madeley
Madeley, John ( 1988 )
"Amor sin riesgo" en los centros tur'isticos / Nicholas Ford y Marlene Inman
Ford, Nicholas J; Inman, Marlene ( 1992 )
Appropriateness in health care services : report on a WHO workshop, Koblenz, Germany 23-25 March 2000
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2000 )

The Workshop, held with the support of the German Ministry of Health, reviewed evidence of appropriate and inappropriate services, and exchanged information on the meaning of appropriateness, methods of identifying appropriate and inappropriate services, and strategies for increasing the proportion of services that are appropriate. Appropriateness is a complex, fuzzy issue that defines care that is effective (based on valid evidence), efficient (cost-effective), and consistent with the ethical principles and preferences of relevant individuals, communities or society. Progress will require a greater alignment of the expectations of patients, professionals, provider organizations, purchasers, politicians and the public at large. Governments, and other organizations responsible for the provision of quality health care, will need to invest in participatory research on effectiveness and cost-effectiveness, support the dissemination of research results, encourage public debate on the ethical principles of prioritization and promote consensus on the principles on which to base the goals of a health care service

La asistencia jurídica emprobrece el sistema de salud : una perspectiva del Reino Unido / mesa redonda ; Anthony Barton
Barton, Anthony ( 1996 )
Aspectos jurídicos y de regulación : debate / Bernard M. Dickens
Dickens, Bernard M ( 1999 )
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 )
Attirer l' attention du public / Steven Lindley-French
Lindley-French, Steven ( 1986 )
Au Royaume-Uni, l' assistance judiciaire obère le système de santé : table ronde / Anthony Barton
Barton, Anthony ( 1996 )
The big killer / by David A. Player
Player, David A ( 1986 )
Bovine spongiform encephalopathy in the United Kingdom : memorandum from a WHO meeting
( 1993 )
Calcium channel blockers as antihypertensive agents : a need for caution : reports on individual drugs
( 1996 )
Calificación de posgrado en materia de comportamiento adictivo : perspectivas nacionales e internacionales [carta] / G. Hussein Rassool y A. Hamid Ghodse
Rassool, G. Hussein; Ghodse, A. Hamid ( 1996 )
Capacity-building in secondary prevention of sexually transmitted diseases in countries of eastern Europe and central Asia : report on a WHO meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark 30 June-1 July 1997
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1997 )

Recognizing the urgent need for a response by the international community to the alarming rise in sexually transmitted diseases (STD) in the countries of eastern Europe and central Asia, the Regional Office and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) organized a meeting of representatives of international and bilateral organizations. The aim of the meeting was to develop and strengthen concerted international efforts in supporting capacity-building in the secondary prevention of STD in the affected countries, which would complement efforts made in the primary prevention of STD and HIV infection. The participants exchanged information on the current STD situation and on the activities of the organizations represented, identified current needs and gaps in international assistance, and developed a joint strategic approach. They agreed to prepare for the establishment of a task force for urgent response to the STD epidemics in eastern Europe, and designated the WHO Regional Office for Europe as focal point for the task force

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