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Rapport de situation sur la flambée de maladie à virus Ebola 19 août 2015
Organisation mondiale de la Santé ( 2015-08-19 )
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Policy and technical topics:Patient safety contributing to sustainable universal health coverage
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2015-08-13 )
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Health services are not as safe as they could be. Patient safety has become a key concern of modern health care, because as interventions have become more complex, patients are more at risk of medical errors. Global evidence suggests that one in ten hospital patients experiences an adverse event, and 20–40% of health spending is wasted due to poor quality care. There are compelling health and economic arguments for improving patient safety. Patient safety, now a global agenda, is one of the key entry points for health-care quality improvement to support universal health coverage (UHC). Moreover, patient safety has to be addressed systematically, if countries are to make sustained progress towards UHC. Experience shows that improvements in services have to happen in parallel with improved financing if real progress on UHC is to be made. The High-Level Preparatory (HLP) Meeting held in the WHO Regional Office in New Delhi from 29 June to 2 July 2015 reviewed the attached working paper outlining actions to improve patient safety to contribute to sustainable UHC in the South-East Asia Region and made the following recommendations: Actions by Member States (1) High political commitment to develop appropriate policies, legislation and other interventions, including raising community awareness on patients’ rights; and engagement with patients as stakeholders are essential to cover all aspects of ensuring patient safety in Member States. (2) Health workforce capacity development in patient safety is desirable. (3) Consider introducing patient safety multi-professional training curricula in all training schools of medical, nursing and other allied health professions, and conduct training and re-training programmes. (4) Conduct country self-assessments on patient safety. Actions by WHO (1) Provide technical support to conduct self-assessments, develop country strategies and plans and support national and sub-national training programmes. (2) Develop guidance on approaches, tools and instruments to strengthen patient safety in Member States. (3) Report progress to the Regional Committee periodically. (4) The title of the working paper should be amended to “Patient safety contributing to sustainable universal health coverage” before submission to the Regional Committee, and the content of the working paper modified accordingly.

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WHO reform: Management reform - internal control framework
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2015-08-13 )
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Internal control framework (ICF) is a part of WHO reform and is designed to provide reasonable assurance to WHO management regarding the achievement of objectives relating to operations, reporting and compliance. The key components and principles of the framework are: (i) internal environment; (ii) risk management; (iii) control activities; (iv) information and communication and (v) monitoring. The attached working paper provides the background and describes the details of the framework. The High-Level Preparatory (HLP) Meeting for the Sixty-eighth Session of the WHO Regional Committee for South-East Asia held at WHO Regional Office in New Delhi on 29 June–2 July 2015, reviewed the attached working paper and made the following recommendations: Action by Member States (1) Ensure timely submission of reports that may be required by WHO in relation to WHO implementation mechanisms (e.g., DFC mechanism). Actions by WHO (1) Sensitize the concerned national authorities about changes in WHO’s approach to internal controls and facilitate implementation of ICF activities in the countries. (2) Ensure effective, systematic and coordinated implementation of the ICF. (3) Explore the possibility of strengthening Global Management System (GSM) to capture monitoring of programmatic results of WHO collaborative activities. The working paper and the HLP recommendations are submitted to the Sixty-eighth Session of the WHO Regional Committee for South-East Asia for its consideration.

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World Health Organizaion, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2015-08-13 )
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WHO: Ebola situation report 12 August 2015
World Health Organization ( 2015-08-12 )
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Rapport de situation sur la flambée de maladie à virus Ebola 12 août 2015
Organisation mondiale de la Santé ( 2015-08-12 )
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Policy and technical topics: Adapting and implementing the End TB Strategy in WHO South-East Asia Region
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2015-08-11 )
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WHO: Ebola situation report 5 August 2015
World Health Organization ( 2015-08-05 )
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Rapport de situation sur la flambée de maladie à virus Ebola 9 août 2015
Organisation mondiale de la Santé ( 2015-08-05 )
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The Work of WHO in the South-East Asia Region, Report of the Regional Director, 1 Jan - 31 Dec 2014
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2015-08-03 )
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This Report describes the work of the World Health Organization in the South-East Asia Region during the period 1 January - 31 December 2014. It highlights the achievements in public health and WHO's contribution to achieving the Organization's strategic objectives through collaborative activities. This Report will be useful for all those interested in health development in the Region.