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Impact assessment of TRIPS plus provisions on health expenditure and access to medicines : report of a workshop, Bangkok, 22-24 November 2006
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2007 )
Abstract

Description: This is the report of a workshop organized by the International Health Policy Programme, MOPH, Thailand and WHO SEARO. It explores the rationale and options for developing a model to assess the economic impact of TRIPS-plus provisions in the pharmaceutical sector.

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Impact d' une unité de formation clinique sur la prise en charge intégrée de l' enfant malade au Mexique / Héctor Guiscafré ... [et al.]
Guiscafré, Hector; Martínez, Homero; Palafox, Miguel; Villa, Sofía; Espinosa, Patricia; Bojalil, Rossana; Gutiérrez, Gonzalo ( 2001 )
L' impact de l' urbanisation et de l' industrialisation sur la mortalité au Brésil / Diana Oya-Sawyer, Rogelio Fernandez-Castilla & Roberto Luis de Melo Monte-Mor
Oya-Sawyer, Diana; Fernandez-Castilla, Rogelio; Monte-Mor, Roberto Luis de Melo ( 1987 )
L' impact de l' urbanisation et de l' industrialisation sur la situation sanitaire : l' exemple du Nigéria / Olukunle Adegbola
Adegbola, Olukunle ( 1987 )
L' impact de la crise économique sur la santé et les soins de santé en Amérique latine et dans les Caraïbes / Philip Musgrove
Musgrove, Philip ( 1986 )
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Impact de la Décennie internationale de l' eau potable et de l' assainissement sur les maladies diarrhéiques / préparé par Stevens A. Esrey
Décennie internationale de l'eau potable et de l'assainissement . Comité directeur interinstitutions de la coopération pour la Décennie; Esrey, Steven A; World Health Organization. Community Water Supply and Sanitation Unit ( 1990 )
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Impact de la DIEPA sur la dracunculose / par Donald A. Hopkins
Décennie internationale de l'eau potable et de l'assainissement . Comité directeur interinstitutions de la coopération pour la Décennie; Hopkins, Donald R; World Health Organization. Community Water Supply and Sanitation Unit ( 1990 )
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Impact de la lèpre sur la qualité de la vie / Geetha A. Joseph et P. S. S. Sundar Rao
Joseph, Geetha A; Sundar Rao, P. S. S ( 1999 )
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Impact de la résistance d' Anopheles gambiae s.s. à la perméthrine et à la deltaméthrine sur l' efficacité des moustiquaires imprégnées / F. Darriet ... [et al.]
Darriet, Frédéric; Guillet, Pierre; N'Guessan, R. N; Doannio, J. M. C; Koffi, A. A; Konan, L. Y; Carnevale, P; World Health Organization ( 1999 )
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Impact de la santé sur la situation de tension en Amérique centrale : projet de résolution présenté par les délégations des pays suivants : Argentine, Brésil, Colombie, Espagne, Guatemala, Mexique, Nicaragua, Panama, Pérou, Uruguay et Venezuela
Assemblée mondiale de la Santé, 39 ( 1986 )
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Impact de la schistosomiase sur la santé publique : morbidité et mortalité / Comité OMS d' experts de la lutte contre la schistosomiase
( 1994 )
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Impact de la vaccination contre l’hépatite B : meilleures pratiques pour mener une enquête sérologique
Organisation mondiale de la Santé ( 2014 )
L' impact des tendances démographiques sur la santé : introduction / Alan D. Lopez
Lopez, Alan D ( 1987 )
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Impact du préconditionnement des antipaludiques sur le coût pour le patient et sur l' observance du traitement / K. Yeboah-Antwi ... [et al.]
Yeboah-Antwi, K; Gyapong, J. O; Asare, I. K; Barnish, G; Evans, D. B; Adjei, S ( 2001 )
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The Impact of a clinical training unit on integrated child health care in Mexico / Héctor Guiscafré ... [et al.]
Guiscafré, Hector; Martínez, Homero; Palafox, Miguel; Villa, Sofía; Espinosa, Patricia; Bojalil, Rossana; Gutiérrez, Gonzalo ( 2001 )
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Impact of a mass immunization campaign against serogroup C meningococcus in the Province of Quebec, Canada / P. De Wals ... [et al.]
Wals, P. de; Dionne, M; Douville-Fradet, M; Boulianne, N; Drapeau, J; Serres, G. de ( 1996 )
Impact of a national multimodal intervention to prevent catheter-related bloodstream infection in the ICU: the Spanish experience
Riera, Alba; Goeschel, Christine A; Agra, Yolanda; Díaz, María Teresa; Palomar, Mercedes; Pronovost, Peter J; Larizgoitia, Itziar; Torres, Ferrán; Álvarez-Lerma, Francisco ( 2013-10-01 )
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OBJECTIVE: Prevention of catheter-related bloodstream infection is a basic objective to optimize patient safety in the ICU. Building on the early success of a patient safety unit-based comprehensive intervention (the Keystone ICU project in Michigan), the Bacteremia Zero project aimed to assess its effectiveness after contextual adaptation at large-scale implementation in Spanish ICUs. DESIGN: Prospective time series. SETTING: A total of 192 ICUs throughout Spain. PATIENTS: All patients admitted to the participating ICUs during the study period (baseline April 1 to June 30, 2008; intervention period from January 1, 2009, to June 30, 2010). INTERVENTION: Engagement, education, execution, and evaluation were key program features. Main components of the intervention included a bundle of evidence-based clinical practices during insertion and maintenance of catheters and a unit-based safety program (including patient safety training and identification and analysis of errors through patient safety rounds) to improve the safety culture. MEASUREMENTS AND MAIN RESULTS: The number of catheter-related bloodstream infections was expressed as median and interquartile range. Poisson distribution was used to calculate incidence rates and risk estimates. The participating ICUs accounted for 68% of all ICUs in Spain. Catheter-related bloodstream infection was reduced after 16-18 months of participation (median 3.07 vs 1.12 episodes per 1,000 catheter-days, p<0.001). The adjusted incidence rate of bacteremia showed a 50% risk reduction (95% CI, 0.39-0.63) at the end of the follow-up period compared with baseline. The reduction was independent of hospital size and type. CONCLUSIONS: Results of the Bacteremia Zero project confirmed that the intervention significantly reduced catheter-related bloodstream infection after large-scale implementation in Spanish ICUs. This study suggests that the intervention can also be effective in different socioeconomic contexts even with decentralized health systems.

Impact of a pulmonary rehabilitation programme on respiratory parameters and health care utilization in patients with chronic lung diseases other than COPD
Al Moamary, M.S. ( 2012 )
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Pulmonary rehabilitation is a tool that is receiving more acceptance in chronic lung diseases. A retrospective study was made in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on the impact of pulmonary rehabilitation on respiratory parameters and health care utilization in a group of outpatients with chronic lung diseases other than chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. A group of 51 patients diagnosed with interstitial lung diseases, bronchiectasis, asthma and scoliosis were studied. Initial number of emergency department visits and hospital admissions and use of prednisone and antibiotics were significantly associated with adherence to the pulmonary rehabilitation programme. There was a significant improvement in functional exercise capacity as manifested on the 6-minute walking distance and distance on treadmill, bicycle and arm ergometer and significantly better utilization of health care resources [fewer emergency department and outpatient department visits] over the 12 months after completion of the programme

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Impact of a quality improvement programme on family planning services in Egypt
Hong, R.; Mishra, V.; Fronczak, N. ( 2011 )
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The Egyptian government's to improve the quality and usage of family planning was conducted from 1995 to 2000. Service Provision Assessment survey were used to assess whether the certified Gold Star facilities had sustained higher quality services than non-Gold Star facilities 4 years after conclusion of the programme. A nationally representative sample of 637 facilities providing family planning services were compared using several quality indicators. Gold Star facilities had significantly better availability of family planning methods, counselling and examination services than non-Gold Star facilities, independent of type, size and geographical location. Providers in Gold Star facilities were also more likely to adhere to higher quality practices in counselling and examination than in non-Gold Star facilities. The Gold Star programme was effective and could be implemented elsewhere in the region and globally

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Impact of a short course in pharmacotherapy for undergraduate medical students : an international multicentre study / T. P. G. M. de Vries ... [et al.]
De Vries, T. P. G. M; Henning, R. H; Hogerzeil, Hans V; Bapna, J. S; Bero, L; Kafle, Kumud K; Mabadeje, A. F. B; Santoso, Budiono; Smith, Alice J; WHO Action Programme on Essential Drugs ( 1995 )
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