La réforme des systèmes de santé en Europe orientale [lettre] / Krzysztof Wloch
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European Forum of Medical Associations and WHO : report on a WHO meeting, Basel, Switzerland 6-7 March 1998 World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/ICP/CORD 01 01 03, 1999)Despite the relocation of the meeting from Israel to Switzerland two weeks before the event, 68 representatives from 44 medical associations, and 6 observer organizations attended. They devoted much of their time to considering two major public health issues: "Future Health Policies: 2000 onwards", based on presentations by WHO, the European Commission, and the Council of Europe; and "Trends in sexually transmitted diseases". Other issues discussed were tobacco control, autonomy of medical practitioners and engagement of medical practitioners in ...
The role of public health services in NCD prevention within health care reform : report on a WHO meeting, Kaunas, Lithuania 23 April 1997 World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/ICP/IVST 01 01 07, 1998)During the thirteenth meeting of the directors of countrywide integrated noncommunicable disease intervention (CINDI) programmes in 1996, the advantage of using public health services in noncommunicable disease (NCD) prevention within health care reform was discussed. It was agreed that, as a first step, the availability of information in this area should be clarified and priority areas for action identified. To this end, a questionnaire was elaborated and distributed to the countries participating in the WHO CINDI programme; 13 countries responded. ...
Patients' rights and citizens' empowerment : through visions to reality : joint consultation between the WHO Regional Office for Europe, the Nordic Council of Ministers and the Nordic School of Public Health, Copenhagen, Denmark 22-23 April 1999 World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; European Partnership on Patients' Rights and Citizens' Empowerment (EUR/ICP/CARE 03 01 02, 2000)Many countries, including central and eastern European states, are following with great interest the outcomes and impact of the Nordic experience with patients' rights and citizens' empowerment: what are the benefits and possible side-effects, how is patient and professional satisfaction influences, what are the possible links to the current debate on priority-setting and cost-containment, are just a few of the interesting questions raised throughout Europe. This meeting's objective was to bring an update of the development of patients' rights ...