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Informes sobre los progresos realizados: informe de la Secretaría
Consejo Ejecutivo, 126 ( 2010 )
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Informes sobre los progresos realizados: Informe de la Secretaría
Asamblea Mundial de la Salud, 67 ( 2014 )
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Informes sobre los progresos realizados: informe de la Secretaría
Consejo Ejecutivo, 122 ( 2008 )
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Informes sobre los progresos realizados: informe de la Secretaría
Consejo Ejecutivo, 122 ( 2008 )
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Informes sobre los progresos realizados: informe de la Secretaría
Consejo Ejecutivo, 128 ( 2011 )
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Informes sobre los progresos realizados: informe de la Secretaría
Asamblea Mundial de la Salud, 65 ( 2012 )
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Informes sobre los progresos realizados: informe de la Secretaría
Asamblea Mundial de la Salud, 64 ( 2011 )
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Informes sobre los progresos realizados: informe de la Secretaría
Consejo Ejecutivo, 126 ( 2010 )
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Informes sobre los progresos realizados: informe de la Secretaría
Consejo Ejecutivo, 128 ( 2011 )
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Informes sobre los progresos realizados: informe de la Secretaría
Asamblea Mundial de la Salud, 63 ( 2010 )
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Informes sobre los progresos realizados: Informe de la Secretaría
Asamblea Mundial de la Salud, 69 ( 2016 )
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Informes sobre los progresos realizados: informe de la Secretaría
Asamblea Mundial de la Salud, 68 ( 2015 )
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Informes sobre los progresos realizados: Informe de la Secretaría ÍNDICE
Asamblea Mundial de la Salud, 66 ( 2013 )
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Informes sobre nombramientos para cuadros y comites de expertos: informe del Director General
Consejo Ejecutivo, 67 ( 1980 )
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Informes sobre nombramientos para cuadros y comites de expertos: informe del Director General
Consejo Ejecutivo, 65 ( 1979 )
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Informes sobre reuniones de comités de expertos y grupos de estudio: informe del Director General
Consejo Ejecutivo, 81 ( 1987 )
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Informes sobre reuniones de comités de expertos y grupos de estudio: informe del Director General
Consejo Ejecutivo, 84 ( 1989 )
Informing evidence-based policies for ageing and health in Ghana
Biritwum, Richard; Byles, Julie; Beard, John; Goodwin, James; Aquah, Charles; Araujo de Carvalho, Islene; Amofah, George; Panisset, Ulysses ( 2014-10-27 )
Abstract

Ghana's population is ageing. In 2011, the Government of Ghana requested technical support from the World Health Organization (WHO) to help revise national policies on ageing and health.We applied WHO's knowledge translation framework on ageing and health to assist evidence based policy-making in Ghana. First, we defined priority problems and health system responses by performing a country assessment of epidemiologic data, policy review, site visits and interviews of key informants. Second, we gathered evidence on effective health systems interventions in low- middle- and high-income countries. Third, key stakeholders were engaged in a policy dialogue. Fourth, policy briefs were developed and presented to the Ghana Health Services.Ghana has a well-structured health system that can adapt to meet the health care needs of older people.Six problems were selected as priorities, however after the policy dialogue, only five were agreed as priorities by the stakeholders. The key stakeholders drafted evidence-based policy recommendations that were used to develop policy briefs. The briefs were presented to the Ghana Health Service in 2014.The framework can be used to build local capacity on evidence-informed policy-making. However, knowledge translation tools need further development to be used in low-income countries and in the field of ageing. The terms and language of the tools need to be adapted to local contexts. Evidence for health system interventions on ageing populations is very limited, particularly for low- and middle-income settings.

Informing mental health policies and services in the EMR: cost-effective deployment of human resources to deliver integrated community-based care
Ivbijaro, G; Kolkiewic, L A; Enum, Y; Edwards, T M; Chisholm, D; Patel, V; Khoja, T A M; Goldberg, D ( 2015-07-01 )
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For EMR countries to deliver the expectations of the Global Mental Health Action Plan 2013-2020 & the ongoing move towards universal health coverage, all health & social care providers need to innovate and transform their services to provide evidence-based health care that is accessible, cost-effective & with the best patient outcomes. For the primary and community workforce, this includes general medical practitioners, practice & community nurses, community social workers, housing officers, lay health workers, nongovernmental organizations & civil society, including community spiritual leaders/healers. This paper brings together the current best evidence to support transformation & discusses key approaches to achieve this, including skill mix and/or task shifting and integrated care. The important factors that need to be in place to support skill mix/task shifting and good integrated care are outlined with reference to EMR countries.

Informing the establishment of the WHO Global Observatory on Health Research and Development: a call for papers
Røttingen, John-Arne; Kieny, Marie-Paule; Adam, Taghreed ( 2015-02-02 )
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In May 2013, the WHO Member States requested the WHO to establish a Global Observatory on Health Research and Development (R&D), as part of a strategic work-plan to promote innovation, build capacity, improve access, and mobilize resources to address diseases that disproportionately affect the world's poorest countries.The rationale for establishing a Global Observatory on Health R&D is to provide a mechanism to monitor and analyse health R&D resource flows, product pipelines, and research outputs, aiming to contribute to the identification of gaps to inform priority-setting for new R&D investments to be operationalized through a new global financing and coordination mechanism for health R&D and utilized by all stakeholders informing health research policy decisions in countries, civil society, and the private sector.As one of the mechanisms to achieve the goals of the Global Observatory on Health R&D, the WHO is launching a Call for Papers to be published as a Thematic Series in Health Research Policy and Systems to contribute state-of-the-art knowledge and innovative approaches to analyse, interpret, and report on health R&D information. Further, to serve as a key resource to inform the future WHO-convened coordination mechanism, which will be utilized to generate evidence-informed priorities for new R&D investments to be financed through a proposed new global financing and coordination mechanism for health R&D.

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