Studies on mosquitos and an outline of malaria eradication in Poland
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Development of a Health and Environment Geographic Information System (HEGIS) for Poland : report on a WHO workshop, Lodz, Poland 13-15 April 1997 World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/ICP/EHPM 06 02 04, 1999)The participants agreed that health and environment information systems, on both national and subnational levels, are useful tools for the systemic collection, analysis and interpretation of health and environmental data. The development of a national health and environment report and the setting of priorities in the national environment and health action plan should be based on the analytical assessment of routinely collected data from existing monitoring networks as well as from ad hoc investigations. The use of a geographical information system ...