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Health in 2015: from MDGs, Millennium Development Goals to SDGs, Sustainable Development Goals
World Health Organization ( 2015 )
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Health in all policies : report on perspectives and intersectoral actions in the Western Pacific : regional report
World Health Organization. Regional Office for the Western Pacific ( 2013 )
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Health in all policies: Helsinki statement. Framework for country action
World Health Organization; Finland. Ministry of Social Affairs and Health ( 2014 )
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Health in All Policies: report on perspectives and intersectoral actions in the African Region
World Health Organization, Regional Office for Africa. ( 2013 )
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Health in all policies: report on perspectives and intersectoral actions in the South-East Asia Region
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2013 )
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Health in all policies: training manual
World Health Organization ( 2015 )
Health in an ageing world--what do we know?
Beard, John R; Chatterji, Somnath; Suzman, Richard; Boerma, Ties ( 2014-11-06 )
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Health in Asia and the Pacific
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2008 )
Abstract

Description: Countries and areas of WHO's South-East Asia and Western Pacific regions share many problems, including inadequate resources for health and a high burden of disease. The differences and similarities that exist among the 37 countries and areas of the WHO Western Pacific Region and the 11 countries of the South-East Asia Region are more meaningful when viewed in the context of the larger Asia Pacific Region. This WHO publication is a response to requests from Member States for an information resource covering the entire Asia Pacific Region and containing up-to-date reports on health trends and health systems. The Asia Pacific Region covers 21% of the world's land area and is home to 53% of the global population. The challenges in many areas of public health, such as equity, human resources, health promotion, health service delivery and the social determinants of health, cannot be adequately described by numbers alone. To tell these stories, this publication provides a narrative of many aspects of the current health situation in the Region, supported by the statistical data. Efforts to achieve better health for all, as well as the successes and the failures encountered, are covered in detail. Where possible, a comparative approach has been taken to underscore differences as well as similarities. This publication is aimed at a wide audience with the belief that national health authorities, policy-makers, scholars, researchers, health workers and others dedicated to the advancement of public health in the Asia Pacific Region will find it to be an invaluable resource, which provides evidence crucial for sound policies and decisions.

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Health in development
World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean ( 1996 )
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Health in development
World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean ( 1996 )
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Health in development / Amartya Sen
Sen, Amartya Kumar ( 1999 )
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Health in development : prospects for the 21st century , background paper for the Task Force on Health and Development Policies
World Health Organization. Adviser on Health and Development Policies; World Health Organization. Task Force on Health and Development Policies ( 1994 )
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Health in Development : prospects for the 21st century : report of the first meeting of the Task Force on Health in Development, 27-30 June 1994, Geneva, Switzerland
World Health Organization. Task Force on Health in Development . Meeting (1st: 1994: Geneva, Switzerland); World Health Organization. Adviser on Health and Development Policies; WHO Task Force on Health in Development ( 1994 )
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Health in development: healthier people in healthier environments : a proposed research framework for the WHO Centre for Health Development, Kobe, Japan ; recommendations of the Ad Hoc Research Advisory Group to the World Health Organization
WHO Centre for Health Development (Kobe, Japan). Ad Hoc Research Advisory Group ( 2004 )
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Health in development: keynote address by Professor Amartya Sen, Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, Nobel Laurate in Economics, to the fifty-second World Health Assembly, Geneva, Tuesday, 18 May 1999
World Health Assembly, 52 ( 1999 )
Health in emergencies : WHO humanitarian assistance in Europe : 1996-1998
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1999 )
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Health in Europe 1997 : executive summary
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1998 )
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Health in Impact Assessments
Fehr, Rainer; Viliani, Francesca; Nowacki, Julia; Martuzzi, Marco ( 2014 )
Abstract

Prospective impact assessment is a consolidated approach for pursuing foresight in policy and decision-making, systematically deployed worldwide. There is consensus that, even in well developed impact assessments, human health is not always covered adequately. Partly as a response, health impact assessment (HIA) has emerged and has been applied in several countries in Europe and beyond. Opinions about the merits of HIA separate from other forms of impact assessment differ. This publication aims to provide a detailed and balanced view on “health in impact assessments”. Five key types of impact assessment, namely environmental impact assessment, strategic environmental assessment, social impact assessment, sustainability assessment, and HIA are presented, and four key questions are discussed: How can the various assessments contribute to promoting and protecting human health? How can further integration of health support the various forms of impact assessments? What forms of integration seem advisable? What priorities for further development? This analysis suggests that the potential of impact assessments to protect and promote health is underutilized, and represents a missed opportunity. Ways need to be found to exploit the potential to a fuller extent.

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Health in Judea, Samaria and Gaza: 1967-1994
World Health Assembly, 48 ( 1995 )
Health in National Climate Change Adaptation Planning
Prats, Elena Villalobos; Ebi, Kristie L ( 2015-05-01 )
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