Economic crisis, health systems and health in Europe. Country experiences
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Maresso, Anna, Mladovsky, Philipa, Thomson, Sarah, Sagan, Anna, Karanikolos, Marina. et al. (2015). Economic crisis, health systems and health in Europe. Country experiences. WHO Regional Office for Europe. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/174010
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Health 2020: a European policy framework supporting action across government and society for health and well-being Unknown author (2013)The 53 countries of the European Region approved a new value- and evidence-based health policy framework for the Region, Health 2020, at the session of the WHO Regional Committee for Europe in September 2012. Health 2020 focuses on improving health for all and reducing health inequalities, through improved leadership and governance for health. It focuses on today’s major health problems. It identifies four priority areas for policy action and is innovative in terms of responses across all levels and sectors of government and society, emphasizing ...
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