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    • Economic instruments for environmental health services : report on a WHO meeting of experts, London, United Kingdom 10-11 July 1997 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/ICP/NEAP 04 01 06, 1997)‎
      One of the priorities of the Regional Office is working closely with Member States to assist them in developing their capacities in environmental health management. This first meeting of a small working group of representatives of international organizations and Member States had two objectives: to design as accurately as possible a provisional table of contents for a book aimed at environmental health policy-makers and professionals on the topic of economic instruments; and to brainstorm on the best product that could be delivered at the Third ...
    • Enterprise for health : an appraisal of the project "Investment Incentives for Workplace Health Promotion", May 1999 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/ICP/IVST 04 06 03, 1999)‎
      This paper sets out the findings of an expert appraisal of the current stage of development of the project on Investment Incentives for Workplace Health Promotion conducted in February 1999 in Hanover, Germany. It describes the current strengths and weaknesses of the project and makes practical recommendations about the changes that need to be made to help secure its success and impact on health. The report goes a step further by proposing some suggestions for implementing the recommendations
    • Public health in Latvia with particular reference to health promotion 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/ICP/IVST 04 03 02, 1998)‎
      Public health and health promotion are currently in a positive phase of development in Latvia, but face a number of problems, upon which the State Minister of Health, Mr Viktors Jaksons, invited expert technical advice from the European Regional Office of the World Health Organization (‎WHO/EURO)‎. The tasks of the WHO/EURO team were: To review the health promotion function in Latvia, giving particular attention to: To make recommendations for achievable improvements. To take fully into account the proposed health promotion component of the World ...