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Infection prevention and control of epidemic- and pandemic-prone acute respiratory diseases in health care - WHO interim guidelines

World Health Organization, Eds.: WHO, (2007)

These guidelines provide recommendations for the non-pharmacological aspects of infection prevention and control for acute respiratory diseases (ARD) in health care. Administrative and infection controls, including early detection, isolation and reporting, and establishment of infection control infrastructure, are key components for containment and mitigation of the impact of pathogens that may constitute a major public health threat. In these guidelines, the options of using natural ventilation and/or exhaust fan assisted ventilation in health-care facilities (HCF) are considered.

Global Health Watch Index 2015: insight report

Jane Scobie, Sophie Amos, Sylvia Beales et al., Eds.: Global Age Watch, (2014)

Core Competencies in Adolescent Health and Development for Primary Care Providers

Pierre André Michaud, Valentina Baltag, Venkatraman Chandra-Mouli et al., Eds.: World Health Organization (WHO), (2015)

Including a Tool to Assess the Adolescent Health and Development Component in Pre-Service Education of Health-Care Providers

Comprehensive HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

Nina Urwantzoff, Ellen Schmitt, Piet Reijer, Eds.: Misereor, (2014)

Good practice examples from India

Promising Responses to HIV and AIDS in Agriculture, Rural Development, Self-help and Social Protection

Iris Onipede, Ellen Schmitt, Eds.: Misereor, (2010)

This document was conducted as a desk study and provides useful information and practical examples of responses to HIV and AIDS in the fields of agriculture, rural development, self-help and social protection. It aims to invite Misereor partners and others working in these fields to reflect on their current approaches and to encourage them to respond, in their core business, to the challenges presented by HIV and AIDS.

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