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Sources And Prices Of Selected Medicines for Children

Unicef, WHO, (2010)

The second edition of Sources and Prices of Selected Medicines for Children offers up-to-date information on the availability and price of 240 drug items in 612 different paediatric formulations selected from the ‘WHO Model List of Essential Medicines for Children’, therapeutic food, and vitamin and mineral supplements, to treat major childhood illnesses and disease.

Rapid Pharmaceutical Management Assessment

Rational Pharmaceutical Management Project, Eds.: Pan American Health Organization, (1995)

An Indicator-based Approach - This manual presents an indicator-based approach for rapidly assessing pharmaceutical management systems and programs. The manual contains a set of 46 indicators of performance, grouped under eight topics of pharmaceutical management, with each topic being covered by a subset of indicators. Thirty-four of the indicators are quantitative, that is, expressed as numbers. Twelve are qualitative, in that they describe the presence or absence of a policy or management system, and in some cases, the degree of implementation.

Teacher's guide: Management of wastes from health-care activities

Pruess, A.; W.K. Townend, Eds.: World Health Organization WHO, (1999)

This Teacher’s Guide accompanies the WHO publication Management of wastes from health-care activities . It provides teaching materials and recommendations for a three day training course, designed mainly for managers of health-care establishments, public health professionals and policy makers

WHO best practices for injections and related procedures toolkit

World Health Organization; SIGN, (2010)

The WHO guidelines provide recommended steps for safe phlebotomy and reiterate accepted principles for drawing, collecting blood and transporting blood to laboratories/blood banks.

Guidance on regulations for the Transport of Infectious Substances 2015-2016

World Health Organization, (2015)

This publication provides information for identifying, classifying, marking, labelling, packaging, documenting and refrigerating infectious substances for transportation and ensuring their safe delivery. The document provides practical guidance to facilitate compliance with applicable international regulations for the transport of infectious substances by all modes of transport, both nationally and internationally, and include the changes that apply from 1 January 2015. The current revision replaces the document issued by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2012 (document WHO/CDS/EPR/2012.12). This publication, however, does not replace national and international transport regulations.

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