Educational modules on clinical use of blood

Educational modules on clinical use of blood-1

World Health Organization 2021 Blood transfusion is an essential part of patient care. When used correctly, it saves lives and improves health. However, blood transfusion carries a potential risk of acute or delayed complications and transfusion- transmitted infections and should only be prescribed when there are clear indications for doing so. Many countries in the […]

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Consolidated telemedicine implementation guide

Consolidated telemedicine implementation guide-1

World Health Organization 2022 Globally, the COVID-19 pandemic added immense pressure to health systems and their ability to deliver health-care services, revealing gaps and weaknesses even in countries with robust health systems. While digital tools have been emerging over recent decades, the overwhelming public health challenges of the pandemic catalysed their use as an essential […]

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Noncommunicable disease facility-based monitoring guidance: framework, indicators and application

Noncommunicable disease facility-based monitoring guidance-1

World Health Organization 2022 Every year noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) are responsible for 41 million deaths globally – three-quarters of these deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries. Today, just a handful of countries are on track to reduce premature NCD mortality by one third by 2030, which is the NCD target of the Sustainable Development […]

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Capturing the evidence on access to essential antibiotics in refugee and migrant populations

Capturing the evidence on access to essential antibiotics in refugee and migrant populations-1

World Health Organization 2022 The United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals have a global expectation to leave no one behind in the pursuit of peace and prosperity for people and ending poverty through various strategies. In support, WHO is committed to the ambitious Triple Billion Targets that aim to […]

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