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Integrated management of adolescent and adult illness : interim guidelines for first-level facility health workers
World Health Organization. Communicable Diseases Cluster; WHO Integrated Management of Adolescent and Adult Illness Project ( 2004 )
Integrated management of cardiovascular risk
World Health Organization. Dept. of Management of Noncommunicable Diseases ( 2002 )
Integrated management of child health: guide to planning for implementation of IMCI at district level
World Health Organization ( 2008 )
Integrated management of childhood
World Health Organization. Dept. of Child and Adolescent Health and Development; UNICEF ( 2007 )
Integrated management of childhood illness
World Health Organization. Division of Child Health and Development; UNICEF ( 1997 )
Integrated Management of childhood Illness (chart booklet)
World Health Organization; UNICEF ( 2008 )
Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI)
Pan American Health Organization ( 2002 )
Integrated management of childhood illness (IMCI)
Pan American Health Organization ( 1999 )
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Integrated management of childhood illness (IMCI): strategic plan for 2000-2005
Regional Committee for Africa, 49 ( 2011-09-09 )

In countries in sub-Saharan Afnca, about 1.2 million children under five years of age die every year of acute respiratory infections (ARI), especially pneumonia. An estimated SOO 000 die of diarrhoeal diseases, about 500 000 of measles and sorne 600 000 of malaria. Each of these diseases is also associated with malnutrition in more than 50% of the ensuing deaths. Projections based on an analysis of the global burden of disease, completed in 1996, indicate that these conditions will continue to be major contributors to morbidity and mortality up to the year 2020 unless significantly more serious efforts are made to control them. 2. The need for a global response to this situation calls for the anchoring of health in a broad setting which provides opportunities for the implementation of preventive, promotional, curative and developmental interventions. Achieving sustained improvement in child health requires integration of these efforts as well as long-term partnerships to support nationally-defined and evidence-based policies and strategies. 3. In response to the challenge of childhood iIInesses, the WHO Regional Office for Africa has since 1995, intensified its support to Member States by adopting the Integrated Management ofChildhood IIlness (IMCI) programme, which is a cost-effective strategy for the reduction of morbidity and mortality in this vulnerable group. As at December 1998, the strategy was being implemented in 22 of the 46 countries in the Region.

Integrated management of childhood illness : a summary of first experiences / T. Lambrechts, J. Bryce, and V. Orinda
Lambrechts, T; Bryce, Jennifer Whitman; Orinda, V ( 1999 )
Integrated management of childhood illness : a WHO/UNICEF initiative
World Health Organization ( 1997 )
Integrated management of childhood illness : Turkey : activities report 1999-2003
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2004 )

During the mid-1990s, the World Health Organization, in collaboration with UNICEF and other agencies and institutions, developed a strategy known as the Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI). The objectives of the strategy are to reduce death and the frequency and severity of illness and disability, and to contribute to improved growth and development in children less than 5 years old. The strategy focuses on improvements in the case-management skills of health staff; improvements in the overall health system; and improvements in family and community health care practices. IMCI has been implemented in Turkey since February 1999, when an Orientation and planning meeting took place co-sponsored by the Ministry of Health, WHO Regional Office for Europe and UNICEF. Participants at the meeting considered IMCI a feasible and appropriate strategy for Turkey and implementation was recommended. IMCI activities were initiated later in 1999 with the adaptation of IMCI to Turkey. In November 2001, adaptation took place of the IMCI food box and feeding recommendations. The first IMCI training course for participants took place in May 2002 and the training course in follow-up after training in February 2003

Integrated management of childhood illness for high HIV settings
World Health Organization; World Health Organization ( 2008 )
Integrated Management of Childhood Illness in Lahej, Yemen: a qualitative analysis from the perspective of health providers
Basaleem, H.O.; Amin, R.M. ( 2011 )

Health providers' perceptions about the Integrated Management of Childhood Illness [IMCI] in Lahej governorate, Yemen, were explored in a qualitative analysis of 12 in-depth interviews in 2007. The following themes emerged: appreciation of clinical aspects of IMCI but unclear about community IMCI; IMCI working better in peripheral than central health facilities; inflexible rules; lack of integration of services; poor supervision; multiple roles for one person; success of immunization; basic equipment and drug supplies deficient; conflicting views about health committees and community participation; and solutions for community health problems. After 4 years of IMCI experience in Yemen, the gaps identified would endanger the positive influence of IMCI unless action is undertaken at different levels

Integrated management of childhood illness: caring for newborns and children in the community
World Health Organization ( 2011 )
Integrated Management of Childhood Illness: distance learning course
World Health Organization ( 2014 )
Integrated management of childhood illness: photographs
World Health Organization ( 1997 )

Medical and allied health professional schools play a key role in preparing the future cadres of health providers who will be providing child health care services in a country, whether in the public or private sector. Medical schools in the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region have been taking steps in recent years to introduce the Integrated Management of Child Health (IMCI) approach into their undergraduate teaching programmes, in collaboration with the Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean. This IMCI pre-service education package proposes a standard approach to each phase, to assist teaching institutions in introducing, implementing and assessing undergraduate teaching programmes including IMCI

Integrated management of childhood illnesses (IMCI) and its contribution to child survival in the attainment of the millennium development goals
Pan American Health Organization ( 2003 )
Integrated management of childhood illnesses strategy : compliance with referral and follow-up recommendations in Gezira State, Sudan / Sumaia Mohammed Al Fadil ... [et al.]
Al Fadil, Sumaia Mohammed; Alrahman, Samira Hamid abd; Cousens, Simon N; Bustreo, Flavia; Shadoul, Ahmed; Farhoud, Suzanne; El Hassan, Samia Mohamed ( 2003 )
Integrated management of children's illness complementary course on HIV/AIDS
World Health Organization. Dept. of Child and Adolescent Health and Development; UNICEF ( 2006 )
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