WHO Regions for Health Network : 3rd Regional Ministerial Forum, Valencia, Spain 12 November 2004
AbstractThe importance of regions in Europe is increasingly being recognized, and many regions have increased responsibilities in the health field. The first Regional Ministerial Forums organized by the WHO Regions for Health Network laid the ground for a permanent regular exchange of dialogue among political leaders and WHO, to ensure that health is placed high on political agendas, and that health policy development is advanced appropriately at the sub-national level. This Third Regional Ministerial Forum, hosted by the region of Valencia, Spain, was highlighted by a discussion among health ministers on health systems and needs of regions, with the following outcomes: provide a formal update on progress on the Network's Work Programme; facilitate the valuable exchange of views and experience on current issues and future directions for health systems at the sub-national level; and discuss the development of a new strategy of work
WHO Regions for Health Network in Europe. Regional Ministerial Forum (3rd : 2004 : Valencia, Spain) & World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe. (2005). WHO Regions for Health Network : 3rd Regional Ministerial Forum, Valencia, Spain 12 November 2004. Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/107663
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