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Coordinación entre la iniciativa OMS Liberarse del Tabaco y la Secretaría del Convenio
Convenio Marco de la OMS para el Control del Tabaco, Conferencia de las Partes en el Convenio Marco de la OMS para el Control del Tabaco, cuarta reunión, Punta del Este (Uruguay), 15-20 de noviembre de 2010 ( 2010 )
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Coordinación entre las instituciones de seguridad social y las de salud pública
Organización Panamericana de la Salud; Organización Mundial de la Salud ( 1984 )
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Coordinación entre las instituciones de seguridad social y las de salud pública
Organización Panamericana de la Salud; Organización Mundial de la Salud ( 1979 )
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Coordinación entre las instituciones de seguridad social y las de salud pública
Organización Panamericana de la Salud; Organización Mundial de la Salud ( sept. 1987 )
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Coordinación entre los sistemas de seguridad y salud pública
Organización Panamericana de la Salud; Organizacion Mundial de la Salud ( 1977 )
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Coordinación entre los sistemas de seguridad y salud pública: programa
Organización Panamericana de la Salud; Organizacion Mundial de la Salud ( 1977 )
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Coordinación intersectorial
Organización Panamericana de la Salud; Organizacion Mundial de la Salud ( 1976 )
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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 )
Coordinación para el mejoramiento de los servicios de laboratorio / M. M. El-Nageh
El-Nageh, Mohamed M ( 1996 )
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Coordinación y fortalecimiento de la lucha antileprosa
Asamblea Mundial de la Salud, 27 ( 1974 )
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Coordinación y fortalecimiento de la lucha antileprosa: proyecto de resolución presentado por las delegaciones de los países siguientes; Alto Volta, Bélgica, Bolivia, Brasil , Colombia, Costa de Marfil, Etiopía, India, Luxemburgo, Noruega, República Unida de Camerún y Zaire
Asamblea Mundial de la Salud, 27 ( 1974 )
Abstract

Punto 2.2.3 del orden del día

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Coordinated action on aging : report of the eighth meeting of the NGO/WHO Collaborative Group on Aging, Geneva, 12 May 1989
NGO/WHO Collaborative Group on Aging. Meeting (8th: 1989: Geneva); World Health Organization. Programme on Health of the Elderly ( 1989 )
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Coordinated approach to prevention and control of acute diarrhoea and respiratory infections
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-06-15 )
Abstract

Acute diarrhoea and respiratory infections are high-burden diseases in the South-East Asia Region of WHO. Dedicated programmes for both during the 1980s and ’90s were successful in reducing mortality among the under-5 population. But, despite these programmes, high morbidity persisted. Furthermore, with no focus in recent years, they have continued to lead the causes of under-5 deaths in the Region and also globally. This has been the main impediment in the achievement of Millennium Development Goals 4 in the Region. Simple, safe, effective and yet relatively inexpensive interventions have been available for at least three decades but the underlying cause for the high burden appears to be poor access to and utilization of available services aimed at reducing mortality. Almost complete lack of focus on preventive interventions and overlooking the burden in other age groups appear to be the main reasons for the persistence of high morbidity from these diseases. There is now a need to design and launch national programmes that encompass all age groups and integrate universal access to quality care with preventive interventions. These interventions need to be well coordinated and supported by strong advocacy, community mobilization and empowerment, training, research, monitoring and evaluation, and mobilization of national and international responses. WHO’s role should be to support Member States both technically and in mobilizing international response, including resources. This working paper presents an outline of such a programme for the Region. The attached working paper (Doc. SEA/RC63/10) is submitted to the High-Level Preparatory (HLP) Meeting for its review and recommendations. The recommendations made by the HLP Meeting will be submitted to the Sixty-third Session of the Regional Committee for its consideration.

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A coordinated approach to treat chronic disorders / K. G. M. M. Alberti
Alberti, Kurt George Matthew Mayer ( 1991 )
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Coordinated health and human resources development : report of a WHO study group [meeting held in Geneva from 6 to 10 November 1989]
WHO Study Group on Implementation of Integrated Health Systems and Health Personnel Development; World Health Organization ( 1990 )
Abstract

Explores the theory and practice of coordinated health and human resources development as a concept that can help guard against the production of inappropriate categories or numbers of health personnel. Addressed to health policy-makers, educators, administrators, and planners, the report concentrates on what can be done to make education and training programmes more directly responsive to priority needs in the health services. The importance of coordination in the planning and management of the health workforce is also considered. The most extensive section reviews findings from twenty-five case studies reported from seventeen countries. Each study provides a brief overview of the country concerned and the mechanisms affecting personnel planning, production, management and distribution, followed by examples of how the mechanisms have worked in practice. Mechanisms described include shifts in authority from the national to the provincial levels, changes in medical and nursing curricula, the use of national workshops and continuing education courses, and the development of model pilot projects. An analysis of these case studies allows the identification of twelve major problem areas that have made it especially difficult to align education and training policies with the needs of the health services. The report concludes with a series of recommendations to WHO and to countries on the further promotion of coordinated health and human resources development

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Coordinated public health surveillance between points of entry and national health surveillance systems: advising principles
World Health Organization ( 2014 )
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Coordinates 2002 : charting progress against AIDS, TB and Malaria
Thompson, Dick; World Health Organization. Dept. of Epidemic and Pandemic Alert and Response; UNAIDS; UNICEF ( 2002 )
Coordinating health development / by Stuart Kingma
Kingma, Stuart ( 1988 )
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Coordination
Pan American Sanitary Bureau ( 1950 )
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Coordination à l’intérieur du système des Nations Unies: élaboration de codes d’éthique médicale: rapport du Directeur général
Conseil exécutif, 63 ( 1978 )
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