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New WHO report: Ignoring the health of people in prisons now comes at a high cost for society later

  • Posted on: 26 November 2019
  • By: Shalini.Sharma

The “WHO status report on prison health in the WHO European Region” presents an analysis of data collected on the health status of people in prison and prison health systems for 39 countries in the Region. The WHO survey collected data from Member States between 2016 and 2017 to enable monitoring and surveillance of health in prisons.

Job for Fresher B.Pharm as Intern at World Health Organization

WHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends.

Post : Intern

WHO internship programme

A competent and dynamic health workforce at the heart of each health system is essential to advance global health goals. Countries need to have a pool of health professionals who are trained and exposed to the systems and processes in the health sector and understand how stakeholders interact within the international health arena.  WHO as the leader in global public health issues is committed to building a diverse pool of future leaders in public health.

As Ebola cases reach 3000 in DRC, WHO calls on all partners to fulfill promises to communities

  • Posted on: 31 August 2019
  • By: Shalini.Sharma

As the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo reaches 3000 cases, WHO calls for the full force of all partners to respond and increase their presence in the field to stop Ebola and to address one of the largest and most complex humanitarian crises in the world.

WHO Director-General Statement on the Role of Social Media Platforms in Health

  • Posted on: 30 August 2019
  • By: Shalini.Sharma

Misinformation about vaccines is as contagious and dangerous as the diseases it helps to spread. The World Health Organization (WHO) welcomes Pinterest’s leadership in protecting public health by only providing evidence-based information about vaccines to its users. We hope to see other social media platforms around the world following Pinterest’s lead.

In the face of slow progress, WHO offers a new tool and sets a target to accelerate action against antimicrobial resistance

  • Posted on: 20 June 2019
  • By: Shalini.Sharma

WHO  launched a global campaign urging governments to adopt a tool to reduce the spread of antimicrobial resistance, adverse events and costs.

The AWaRe tool was developed by the WHO Essential Medicines List to contain rising resistance and make antibiotic use safer and more effective. It classifies antibiotics into three groups – Access, Watch and Reserve – and specifies which antibiotics to use for the most common and serious infections, which ones should be available at all times in the healthcare system, and those that must be used sparingly or preserved and used only as a last resort.

WHO is establishing technical advisory group and roster of experts on digital health

  • Posted on: 14 May 2019
  • By: Shalini.Sharma

WHO is establishing a global multi-disciplinary technical group to advise us on issues related to digital health.

WHO’s newly-established Digital Health Department will work to harness the power of digital health technologies and steer developments to contribute to the attainment of all people to the highest level of health through the General Programme of Work (GPW13) triple billion goals and Sustainable Development Goal 3 (Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages). World Health Assembly resolution WHA/71 A71 on digital health underpins this work.

WHO calls for more investment in primary health care

  • Posted on: 11 May 2019
  • By: Shalini.Sharma

Primary health care is key to solving the health challenges facing countries in Asia and the Pacific, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

WHO says that investment in primary health care is essential to provide access for the most vulnerable, build more equitable societies and help economies grow.

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