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Adelaide statement on health in all policies: moving towards a shared governance for health and well-being
World Health Organization; Government of South Australia ( 2010 )
Первый доклад Комитета А
Всемирная ассамблея здравоохранения, 65 ( 2012 )
Salud para todos en el siglo XXI: proyecto
Consejo Ejecutivo, 101 ( 1998 )
Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child Feeding
World Health Organization; UNICEF ( 2003 )
Politique de l'OMS pour les activités conjointes de lutte contre la tuberculose et le VIH : principes directeurs à l'intention des programmes nationaux et autres partenaires
World Health Organization ( 2012 )
Breast-feeding : the technical basis and recommendations for action / edited by Randa J. Saadeh ; with Miriam H. Labbok, Kristin A. Cooney, Peggy Koniz-Booher
Saadeh, Randa J; Labbok, Miriam H; Cooney, Kristin A; Koniz-Booher, Peggy; World Health Organization. Nutrition Unit ( 1993 )
Prophylactic and therapeutic substances: report by the Director-General
Executive Board, 55 ( 1974 )
Young people want to be part of the answer : Young Minds as an educational approach to involve schools and students in national environment and health action plans / by Bjarne Bruun Jensen ... [et al.]
Bruun Jensen, Bjarne; Simovska, Venka; Larsen, Niels; Glud Holm, Leif; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2005 )
Human resources and national health systems : shaping the agenda for action in the European Region, Berlin, Germany 22-23 May 2004
Workshop on Human Resources for Health (2004 : Berlin, Germany); World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2004 )

This is a report of a Workshop organised by the WHO Regional Office for Europe, with the objectives of building the evidence base for Human Resources for Health (HRH) in Europe by identifying the key policy questions that policy makers face in HRH, agreeing upon an agenda for development of options, and undertaking further validation of the WHO HQ/HRH framework. The workshop allowed further exploration of the framework and validation for the European region; and, with the participation of policy makers, enabled the identification of the key HRH issues/policy questions for the region, and identification of initial priorities for building capacity and action. Three underlying principles and six priority areas for action were identified and agreed. The three principles were that approaches to HRH should be comprehensive, inclusive, and not risk averse. The six priority areas for action were: testing/ applying the WHO HRH framework; improving planning; monitoring migration; assessing the impact of regulation; supporting HRH networking and "filling" knowledge gaps; and HRH capacity building

Первый обзор состояния здравоохранения в мире (1954 - 1956)
Всемирная организация здравоохранения ( 1959 )