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Implementing the recommendations of the World Report on Violence and Health
Executive Board, 111 ( 2003 )
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Implementing the recommendations of the World Report on Violence and Health
World Health Assembly, 56 ( 2003 )
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Implementing the recommendations of the World Report on Violence and Health: report by the Secretariat
World Health Assembly, 56 ( 2003 )
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Implementing the recommendations of the World Report on Violence and Health: report by the Secretariat
Executive Board, 111 ( 2003 )
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Implementing the strategy for health for all
World Health Assembly, 35 ( 1982 )
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Implementing the strategy for health for all
World Health Assembly, 36 ( 1983 )
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Implementing the strategy for health for all (draft resolution proposed by the delegations of Afghanistan, Cuba, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, India, Mozambique, and Yugoslavia)
World Health Assembly, 36 ( 1983 )
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Implementing the strategy for health for all (draft resolution proposed by the delegations of: Algeria, Angola, Argentina, Cuba, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Egypt, Mozambique, Nicaragua, Panama, Sri Lanka and Yugoslavia)
World Health Assembly, 35 ( 1982 )
Implementing the United Kingdom Government's 10-Year Teenage Pregnancy Strategy for England (1999-2010): Applicable Lessons for Other Countries
Chandra-Mouli, Venkatraman; Ingham, Roger; Hadley, Alison ( 2016-04-30 )
Abstract

Teenage pregnancy is an issue of inequality affecting the health, well-being, and life chances of young women, young men, and their children. Consequently, high levels of teenage pregnancy are of concern to an increasing number of developing and developed countries. The UK Labour Government's Teenage Pregnancy Strategy for England was one of the very few examples of a nationally led, locally implemented evidence-based strategy, resourced over a long duration, with an associated reduction of 51% in the under-18 conception rate. This article seeks to identify the lessons applicable to other countries.The article focuses on the prevention program. Drawing on the detailed documentation of the 10-year strategy, it analyzes the factors that helped and hindered implementation against the World Health Organization (WHO) ExpandNet Framework. The Framework strives to improve the planning and management of the process of scaling-up of successful pilot programs with a focus on sexual and reproductive health, making it particularly suited for an analysis of England's teenage pregnancy strategy.The development and implementation of the strategy matches the Framework's key attributes for successful planning and scaling up of sexual and reproductive health programs. It also matched the attributes identified by the Centre for Global Development for scaled up approaches to complex public health issues.Although the strategy was implemented in a high-income country, analysis against the WHO-ExpandNet Framework identifies many lessons which are transferable to low- and medium-income countries seeking to address high teenage pregnancy rates.

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Implementing the United Nations Political Declaration on Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases based on the regional framework for action
World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean ( 2013 )
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Implementing the WHO framework convention on tobacco control: why and how?
World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean ( 2011 )
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Implementing the WHO Stop TB Strategy : a handbook for national tuberculosis control programmes
World Health Organization. Stop TB Dept ( 2008 )
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Implementing tuberculosis diagnostics: policy framework
World Health Organization ( 2015 )
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Implicaciones de la cumbre de las Américas para la Organización Panamericana de la Salud: marco para la reforma del sector salud
Organización Panamericana de la Salud ( 1995 )
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Implicaciones financieras y presupuestarias, a nivel nacional e internacional, de las estrategias regionales y del plan de acción para el logro de la meta de salud para todos en el año 2000
Organización Panamericana de la Salud; Organización Mundial de la Salud ( 1984 )
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Implicar a los Médicos en el Control del Tabaco
Organización Panamericana de la Salud; American Cancer Society, Inc; UICC; SDE/RA ( 2004 )
Implication of vaccination on measles reduction and elimination in Nigeria
Onoja, A B; Hamid, K M; Mukhtar, M D; Adeniji, J A ( 2014-09-01 )
Abstract

The availability of a safe and effective vaccine has encouraged the establishment of measles mortality reduction and elimination goals in six World Health Organization regions. In the WHO-AFRO region, they intend to eliminate measles by 2020. This initiative led to the successful elimination of measles in 2012 in the American region. This study mined data from independent investigations in two geographical regions in Nigeria in order to observe the prospects of preventive measures against wild measles virus in a resource limited setting.Retrospective data from 757 children between the ages of 10 months and 13years were used. 500 were from children in Kano, Northwest Nigeria and 257 from children in Ibadan, Southwest Nigeria. Data analysis was done using SPSS 16.0.In all, 386 (75.4%) of the vaccinated children were protected while 121 (23.6%) were not protected. In the unvaccinated children, 63 (25.7%) were protected while 135 (55.1%) were not protected (X(2)=120.919, p=0.000). In Kano, 81 % of the vaccinated children were protected while 18.4% were not protected. In Ibadan, 95% of the vaccinated were protected (X(2)=22.129, p = 0.000).The herd immunity in both Kano and Ibadan is good enough to reduce wild measles virus infection. This finding is encouraging because Kano has suffered several epidemics prior to the vaccination campaigns resulting from religious apathy which is the bane of vaccination efforts. Here is evidence that with the right approach in Northern Nigeria, it is possible to sustain national and global immunization drive.

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Implications de la déclaration sur l' accord sur les ADPIC et la santé publique adoptée à DOHA / Carlos M. Correa
Correa, Carlos M; World Health Organization. Dept. of Essential Drugs and Medicines Policy ( 2002 )
Les implications de la diffusion de la Classification internationale des handicaps sur les politiques concernant les personnes handicapées / Patrick Fougeyrollas
Fougeyrollas, Patrick ( 1990 )
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Implications des méthodes d' étude individuelle ou par petits groupes dans l' enseignement médical : rapport d' un groupe d' étude de l' OMS [réuni à Genève du 23 au 29 novembre 1971]
WHO Study Group on the Implications of Individual and Small Group Learning Systems in Medical Education; World Health Organization ( 1972 )
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