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Effective drug regulation : a multicountry study / by Sauwakon Ratanawijitrasin, Eshetu Wondemagegnehu
Ratanawijitrasin, Sauwakon; Wondemagegegnehu, Eshetu; World Health Organization ( 2002 )
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Effective drug regulation : what can countries do? : theme paper for discussion, Geneva 16-19 March 1999
World Health Organization. Dept. of Essential Drugs and Other Medicines ( 1999 )
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Effective gender-based violence screening tools for use in primary health care settings in Afghanistan and Pakistan: a systematic review
Vogel, J. ( 2013 )
Abstract

Health care providers have an important role to play in the prevention and response to violence against women. However, the existing tools for screening for gender-based violence have been mostly formulated in the context of developed countries. This paper assesses which violence screening tools designed for use as the primary health care level would be feasible for use in Afghanistan and Pakistan, countries characterized by limited resources, unsupportive institutional frameworks and gender and social norms that reinforce domestic violence. A systematic review was made of the literature to evaluate the different screening instruments. The Women's Experience with Battering Scale [short version] and the Ongoing Violence Assessment Tool were judged to be the most useful tools for screening for violence against women in Afghanistan and Pakistan because they are short, easy to administer and to score and respond to health care provider identified barriers of time and knowledge constraints for conducting screening for intimate partner violence

Effective Global Action on Antibiotic Resistance Requires Careful Consideration of Convening Forums
Rizvi, Zain; Hoffman, Steven J ( 2015-06-01 )
Abstract

Global collective action is needed to address the growing transnational threat of antibiotic resistance (ABR). Some commentators have recommended an international legal agreement as the most promising mechanism for coordinating such action. While much has been said about what must be done to address ABR, far less work has analyzed how or where such collective action should be facilitated - even though the success of any international agreement depends greatly on where it is negotiated and implemented. This article evaluates four different forums that states may use to develop an international legal agreement for antibiotic resistance: (1) a self-organized venue; (2) the World Health Organization; (3) the World Trade Organization; and (4) the United Nations General Assembly. The need for a multisectoral approach and the diverse institutional landscape suggest that an effective response may best be coordinated through linked action pursued through multiple forums.

Effective interventions and strategies for improving early child development
Dua, Tarun; MacMillan, Harriet; Britto, Pia; Black, Maureen M; Rao, Nirmala; Bhutta, Zulfiqar; Perez-Escamilla, Rafael; Bouhouch, Raschida R; Lucas, Jane; Silver, Karlee; Darmstadt, Gary L; Lombardi, Joan; Daelmans, Bernadette; Yoshikawa, Hirokazu; Richter, Linda ( 2015-09-14 )
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Effective management of medicines : Report of the South-East Asia Regional Consultation, Bangkok, Thailand, 23-26 April 2013
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2013 )
Abstract

Description: This regional consultation on Effective Management of Medicines was held from 23 to 26 April 2013 to improve the availability and safe use of good quality essential medicines. All 11 Member States of the Region had conducted a situational analysis of medicines in health care delivery during 2010-2013 and participated in the regional consultation to share their experiences, review progress made, and to discuss the way forward. Work in groups was carried out, which was then discussed in plenary. Recommendations for Member States, WHO and partners on medicines supply, medicines selection and use, medicines regulation, medicines policy and situational analyses were developed.

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An Effective manual on breast self-examination / Reeta Devi ... [et al.]
Devi, Reeta; Singh, M. Meghachandra; Kumar, Rajesh; Walia, Indarjit ( 1998 )
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Effective media communication during public health emergencies : a WHO field guide / Randall N. Hyer, Vincent T. Covello
Hyer, Randall N; Covello, Vincent T; World Health Organization. Dept. of Epidemic and Pandemic Alert and Response ( 2005 )
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Effective media communication during public health emergencies : a WHO handbook / Randall N. Hyer, Vincent T. Covello
Hyer, Randall N; Covello, Vincent T; World Health Organization. Dept. of Epidemic and Pandemic Alert and Response ( 2005 )
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Effective medicines regulation : ensuring safety, efficacy and quality
World Health Organization. Dept. of Essential Drugs and Medicines Policy ( 2003 )
Effective nonvaccine interventions to be considered alongside human papilloma virus vaccine delivery
Ferguson, Jane; Bloem, Paul; Hindin, Michelle J ( 2014-10-03 )
Abstract

World Health Organization recommends that girls, ages 9-13 years, get the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine. Global Alliance for Vaccines Initiative, which provides low-cost vaccine to eligible countries, requires that an additional intervention to be offered alongside the vaccine. We systematically searched and assessed the published literature in lower- and middle-income countries to identify effective interventions. We conducted systematic searches of four databases: PubMed, EMBASE, Global Index Medicus Regional Databases, and Cochrane Reviews for effective adolescent health interventions that could be delivered with the HPV vaccine in the following areas: (1) iron and folic acid supplementation (iron alone or with folic acid); (2) voucher delivery and cash transfer programs; (3) hand washing and soap provision; (4) vision screening; (5) promotion of physical activity/exercise; (6) menstrual hygiene education; (7) sexual and reproductive health education; (8) human immunodeficiency virus prevention activities; and (9) condom promotion, condom use skill building, and demonstration. We found limited evidence of consistent positive impact. Iron supplementation reduced iron-deficiency anemia and raised serum ferritin levels. Promotion of physical activity lowered blood pressure and reduced weight gain. Sexual and reproductive health and human immunodeficiency virus interventions improved adolescent communication with adults but did not influence behavioral outcomes. Countries should consider locally relevant and proven interventions to be offered alongside the HPV vaccine.

Effective perinatal care (EPC) : common modules
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2010 )
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Effective perinatal care (EPC) : Course director's guide
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2010 )
Effective perinatal care (EPC) : Facilitator guide
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2010 )
Effective perinatal care (EPC) : midwifery/obstetrical care
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2010 )
Effective perinatal care (EPC) : neonatology
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2010 )
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Effective project planning and evaluation in biomedical research
UNICEF/UNDP/World Bank/WHO Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases ( 2006 )
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Effective project planning and evaluation in biomedical research : step-by-step guide : trainers / UNICEF/UNDP/World Bank/WHO Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases
UNICEF/UNDP/World Bank/WHO Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases ( 2007 )
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Effective project planning and evaluation in biomedical research : train-the-trainer / UNICEF/UNDP/World Bank/WHO Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases
UNICEF/UNDP/World Bank/WHO Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases ( 2007 )
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Effective project planning and evaluation in biomedical research : training manual : participants / UNICEF/UNDP/World Bank/WHO Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases
UNICEF/UNDP/World Bank/WHO Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases ( 2005 )
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