Sort by:

select Language:

Infection Prevention and Control

Dramowski, A., Eds.: Dave Woods and S. Mehtar; Bettercare, (2014)

A guide for health professionals in low-resource settings, Infection Prevention and Control is a must-have manual for nurses, doctors, and health administrators, and especially those in resource-limited settings

Toolkit on Mapping Legal, Health, and Social Services Responses to Child Maltreatment

World Health Organization; Lucerne University; Children Research Centre, (2015)

The toolkit aims to provide researchers with guidance for improving the quality of studies that use administrative data to better ascertain child maltreatment incidence, response and service delivery. However, these are complex studies to conduct, and the toolkit is not meant to be comprehensive. Researchers using the toolkit should be prepared to follow up on the recommended resources contained within and to consult with other professionals, such as statisticians, to further improve the research design and execution

Consolidated strategic information guidelines for HIV in the health sector

World Health Organization, (2015)

This guidance consolidates, prioritizes and describes key indicators to monitor the national and global response of the health sector to HIV. Its goal is to help countries choose, collect and systematically analyse strategic information to guide the health sector response to HIV. The aim of consolidation is to ensure that all indicators are in one place, are prioritized and linked in a result chain, and can be used to support quality care along the health sector cascade of HIV services

Workplace Pandemic Preparedness. Facilitator Training Manual

Ministry of Health Ghana; NADMO Ghana, Eds.: GiZ Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, (2013)

Global Health

The New England Journal of Medicine, Eds.: NEJM Group, (2014)

A collection of articles on population health around the world, including a new series of Global Health review articles as well as Perspective and research articles from the New England Journal of Medicine

125 hits