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Сорок девятая сессия Европейского регионального комитета проходила во Флоренции с 13 по 17 сентября 1999 г. В работе сессии участвовали представители 50 стран Региона. Кроме того, на сессии присутствовали наблюдатели от одной страны, не являющейся государством- членом, и двух государств-членов Европейской экономической комиссии Организации Объединенных Наций и представители Всемирного банка, Фонда Организации Объединенных Наций по проблемам народонаселения, Совета Европы, Европейской комиссии и неправительственных организаций.
First planning meeting for the second WHO Conference on Nursing and Midwifery : report on a WHO meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark 19-20 November 1999
(EUR/ICP/DLVR 02 01 02, 1999)
The meeting was convened to provide technical advice to the task force responsible for organizing the Second Conference on Nursing and Midwifery, a ministerial conference organized by the WHO Regional Office for Europe to be held in Munich in June 2000. It was attended by six Chief Nursing Officers and the Director of a WHO collaborating centre, a senior nurse scientist from WHO headquarters and by the responsible nursing advisers from the Regional Office and WHO headquarters. The meeting reached an agreement on : the main elements to be included ...
(EUR/ICP/EHCO 020205/9 Rev.4, 1999)
Декларация третьей конференции на уровне министров по окружающей среде и охране здоровья. Лондон, 16-18 июня 1999гг.
(EUR/ICP/EHCO 02 02 05/18 Rev.5, 1999)
Particulate matter (PM10 and PM2.5) : results of intercomparison studies : report on a WHO workshop, Berlin, Germany 3-5 September 1998
(EUR/ICP/EHBI 04 01 02, 1999)
Ambient air pollution containing the respirable fraction of particulate matter (PM10 and PM2.5) constitutes a significant public health concern in Europe. Measuring this type of pollution requires upgrading the existing equipment and improving methods. The aim of the workshop was to present and discuss the results of studies comparing a number of monitoring systems and to discuss the experiences of Member States in their developments of PM10 monitoring. The workshop formulated conclusions and recommendations concerning the need for PM10 and PM2.5 ...
Establishing the international network on children's health, environment and safety : report on a WHO working group, Rome, Italy 13-14 March 1999
(EUR/ICP/EHRO 02 06 02, 1999)
Civil society organizations, professional associations, advocacy leaders, government officials and intergovernmental organizations increasingly recognize that preventing the effects of environmental degradation on human health, particularly that of children, is the foundation of sound environmental policy and decision-making. With this in mind, an initiative was started to develop an international network that will: facilitate access to scientific findings, prevention measures and public health initiatives; promote the exchange of information ...
Early human health effects of climate change : report on a WHO Workshop, Rome, Italy 21-23 May 1998
(EUR/ICP/EHRO 02 05 02, 1999)
Increases in temperature and changes in precipitation patterns have occurred all over Europe and the world during most of this century. Such climatic changes past, present and future may lead to the occurrence of specific direct and indirect health effects. To address the public health policy issues related to the anticipated climate change in Europe, a working group was convened by the Rome Division of the European Centre for Environment and Health. The group was given the dual tasks of assessing the likelihood that early effects of climate ...
Development of a disaster preparedness tool kit for nursing and midwifery : report on a WHO meeting, Coleraine, United Kingdom 20-21 August 1999
(EUR/ICP/DLVR 02 04 02, 1999)
As front-line health professionals, nurses and midwives can make an important contribution during and following disasters, but little training material on disaster preparedness is available to them. A WHO meeting discussed possibilities for a WHO initiative to develop a tool kit to fill this gap. Fifteen experts from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Italy, Slovenia, Sweden, Turkey and the United Kingdom, with a variety of experience in disaster relief nursing, participated in the meeting, along with representatives from the WHO European programmes ...
Overview of the environment and health in Europe in the 1990s : third Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health, London, 16-18 June 1999
(EUR/ICP/EHCO 02 02 05/6, 1999)