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An effort of will
Gunaratne, V. T. Herat ( 1980-05 )
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The efforts of WHO and Pugwash to eliminate chemical and biological weapons : a memoir / Martin M. Kaplan
Kaplan, Martin M ( 1999 )
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Eficacia de los medicamentos
Asamblea Mundial de la Salud, 23 ( 1970 )
Eficiencia de los programas antileprosos [carta] / Melake Berhan Dagnew
Dagnew, Melake Berhan ( 1989 )
Eflornithine et trypanosomiase africaine
( 1987 )
Eflornithine in African trypanosomiasis
( 1987 )
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Egypt: a national decade of action for road safety 2011-2020
World Health Organization ( 2011 )
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Egypt: reproductive health profile 2008
World Health Organization ( 2010 )
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Egypt: Requirements for assistance from the World Health Organization during 1949 and 1950
World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean ( 1949 )
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Egypte: Demandes d'assistance adressees a l'OMS pour 1951
World Health Organization ( 1950 )
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Egyptian contribution to the concept of mental health
Okasha, A. ( 2001 )
Abstract

This paper provides a historical look at the Egyptian contribution to mental health from Pharaonic times through to the Islamic era and up to today. The current situation as regards mental health in Egypt is described

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EH regional bibliography: volume 6
World Health Organization ( 1996 )
Abstract

This sixth volume was mainly compiled from international databases, namely: Selected Water Resources Abstracts (SWRA) of the United States Geological Survey (USGS), South Africa's WA TERLlT, Canada's AQUAREF, Delft HYDRO from the Netherlands, National Library of Medicine's TOXLlNE, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA) and the International Food Information Services (IFIS). This is in addition to the contributions of professionals and institutions from the Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMR). This volume includes 875 entries covering the 22 Member States of the Eastern Mediterranean Region

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EHA/HAC Global Steering Group Meeting, WHO/SEARO, New Delhi, India, 30-31 March
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2005-03-30 )
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eHealth
Executive Board 115 ( 2005 )
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eHealth
World Health Assembly, 58 ( 2005 )
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eHealth and health Internet domain names: Report by the Secretariat
World Health Assembly, 66 ( 2013 )
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eHealth and health Internet domain names: report by the Secretariat
Executive Board, 132 ( 2013 )
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eHealth and innovation in women's and children's health: a baseline review: based on the findings of the 2013 survey of CoIA countries by the WHO Global Observatory for eHealth, March 2014
World Health Organization ( 2014 )
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eHealth and innovation in women's and children's health: a baseline review: based on the findings of the 2013 survey of CoIA countries by the WHO Global Observatory for eHealth: executive summary
World Health Organization; International Telecommunication Union ( 2014 )
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Ehealth solutions in the African Region current context and perspectives
Regional Committee for Africa, 60 ( 2011-05-26 )
Abstract

1. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines eHealth as the cost-effective and secure use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) for health and health-related fields. ICT provides a range of technologies for gathering, storing, retrieving, processing, analysing, transmitting and receiving data and information. These include radio, television, mobile phones, computer and network hardware and software, as well as the services and applications associated with them, including videoconferencing and distance learning. eHealth is an umbrella term that covers a variety of areas such as health informatics, digital health, telehealth, telemedicine, eLearning and mobile health.2 2. EHealth can contribute to health systems strengthening in several ways by improving the availability, quality and use of information and evidence through strengthened health information systems and public health surveillance systems; developing the health workforce and improving performance by eliminating distance and time barriers through telemedicine and continuing medical education; improving access to existing global and local health information and knowledge; and fostering positive lifestyle changes to prevent and control common diseases. 3. Recognizing ICT’s significant developmental role and cross-cutting impact in regard to all aspects of national life, including health, an ICT-related target was included in Millennium Development Goal No. 8.3 The World Health Assembly resolution on eHealth, WHA58.28,4 noted the potential impact that ICT could have on health-care delivery. Subsequently the WHO Executive Board endorsed a set of activities to be implemented by the WHO Secretariat aimed at, among others, creating an environment that ensures data privacy, security and confidentiality, and improves interoperability.5 This included the establishment of the Global Observatory for eHealth to improve the evidence base and guide policies for integrating eHealth into health systems.

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