Highlights on health for the candidate countries for accession to the European Union : report on the WHO third project meeting, Luxembourg, 1 March 2001
AbstractCountry highlights give an overview of the health and health-related situation in a country, and compare its position to those of others in the WHO European Region. They are based on information provided by Member States and international health statistics. In 199962001 the highlights on health for each of the ten countries of central and eastern Europe that are candidates for accession to the European Union (EU) will be produced, with a supplementary report describing the health status and health situation in these countries as a whole. The Third Project Meeting focused on reviewing progress and planning the process for completing the remaining highlights, including the consultation process with counterparts in the countries. The Meeting provided the candidate countries with information on public health programmes in the EU, especially that on health monitoring, and the organizational structure of the WHO Regional Office for Europe. It afforded the participants an opportunity to review issues relating to the problems of maintaining routine health information systems in a period of major reform in the health sector
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe. (2001). Highlights on health for the candidate countries for accession to the European Union : report on the WHO third project meeting, Luxembourg, 1 March 2001. Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/108428
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