Women's health in Europe / Mireille Didier
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European strategies to combat violence against women : report of the first technical meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark 11-13 December 1997 World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/ICP/FMLY 05 03 02, 1997)The Technical Meeting on European Strategies to Combat Violence against Women was held in Copenhagen on 11-13 December 1997. The WHO Regional Office for Europe acted on its commitment to combating violence against women by bringing together academic experts and representatives from health services and women's organizations from across the European Region of WHO, including many from central and eastern Europe and central Asia. The overall objective of the Meeting was to build on existing links between WHO and country-based networks and centres ...
European Meeting on Women's Health Institutions (1st: 1995 : Vienna, Austria); World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/ICP/FMLY 94 01/MT06, 1996)The first European Meeting on Women's Health Institutions brought together 150 participants from all over Europe to follow up the recommendations made by the 1994 WHO conference on women's health. The participants addressed issues of appropriate care for women, global changes and emergent trends in women's health, the promotion of women's health in Europe and the priorities, tasks and objectives of women's health centres. The discussions also covered aspects of management, including the financing, human resources and management of health centres, ...
Health issues of minority women living in western Europe : report on a WHO meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark 24-25 November 1997 World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/ICP/FMLY 03 03 02, 1998)The WHO Regional Office for Europe hosted a meeting on health issues of minority women in western Europe, attended by participants from Denmark, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. The participants discussed a wide range of subjects, such as: the number of immigrants in western Europe, pregnancy and birth issues, female genital mutilation, mental health, experience with providing health care for immigrant women and sexual health, including approaches to HIV/AIDS prevention among ethnic minorities. All participants felt that, ...