Quality of life assessment : an annotated bibliography / compiled by Louisa Hubanks and Willem Kuyken
Hubanks, Louisa, Kuyken, Willem & World Health Organization. Division of Mental Health. (1994). Quality of life assessment : an annotated bibliography / compiled by Louisa Hubanks and Willem Kuyken. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/61629
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Summary report on the Regional meeting on tools and standards to assess and improve quality of care at the primary care level Amman, Jordan 30 May–1 June 2016 World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (WHO-EM/HCD/128/E, 2016)
Nephrocare - a quality of care development programme for renal medicine : report on a WHO meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark 15-16 April 1999 World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/ICP/QCPH 01 02 03, 1999)As part of a joint quality development project between the WHO Regional Office for Europe and the renal societies of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, representatives of the societies and WHO have developed a core data set for quality of care development in renal medicine. In April 1999, representatives of 18 renal centres in the five countries met to discuss the results of an evaluation of care based on the analysis of random samples of chronic renal patients collected from 1673 patients in the centres. In an anonymous comparison of ...
Third workshop on the use and abuse of blood and blood products in clinical settings : report on a WHO workshop, Annecy, France 28-30 January 1999 World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/00/5016767, 2000)The Workshop on the use and abuse of blood and blood products in clinical settings is related to the concept of continuous quality of care development (QCD), which focuses on outcomes of care, cost-effectiveness and optimal use of resources. The effective use of blood is an integral component of health care reforms, as the inappropriate use of blood and blood products represents a major risk for the population, in addition to augmenting the cost of health care services. The First Workshop, held in June 1996, was part of the project for emergency ...