Climate and health country profile 2015: Germany
World Health Organization & United Nations. (2015). Climate and health country profile 2015: Germany. World Health Organization. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/246122
Gov't Doc #WHO/FWC/PHE/EPE/15.19
MetadataShow full item record
Showing items related by title and subject
Climate change, extreme weather events and public health: meeting report 29 - 30 November 2010 Bonn, Germany World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (2011)The WHO Regional Office for Europe and the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Germany, co-organized an international and national expert meeting with technical support from the German Federal Environment Agency (UBA) and the German Meteorological Service (DWD), to discuss the effects of climate change and extreme weather events on public health and the draft public health handbooks developed by WHO to address and prevent these effects. The main outcomes of, and recommendations from, the meeting are ...
Improving public health responses to extreme weather/heat-waves : EuroHEAT, report on a WHO meeting, Bonn, Germany 22-23 March 2007 World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; European Commission (EUR/07/5067942, 2008)
Quality assurance in radiotherapy : a guide prepared following a workshop held at Schloss Reisensburg, Federal Republic of Germany, 3-7 December 1984 / organized jointly by Institute of Radiation Hygiene, Federal Health Office, Neuherberg, Federal Republic of Germany and World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland World Health Organization; Institut für Strahlenhygiene des Bundesgesundheitsamtes (Germany), Federal Republic of (1988)A comprehensive guide to the problems and techniques of quality assurance in radiotherapy. Prepared by a group of 35 international experts, the book serves as both an introduction to the many factors that influence good radiotherapy practice and a practical guide to the specific tasks involved in quality assurance. Particular attention is given to the urgent need to encourage uniformity in the quality of radiotherapy and consistency in the therapeutic results obtained, whether at departmental, national, or international levels. Chapters are ...