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World Health Statistics

World Health Statistics 2015 contains WHO's annual compilation of health-related data for its 194 Member States, and includes a summary of the progress made towards achieving the health-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and associated targets. This year, it also includes highlight summaries on the topics of reducing the gaps between the world's most-advantaged and least-advantaged countries, and on current trends in official development assistance (ODA) for health.

Health in All Policies. Training manual

The purpose of this manual is to provide a resource for training to increase understanding of Health in All Policies (HiAP) by health and other professionals. It is anticipated that the material in this manual will form the basis of two- or three-day workshops, which will build capacity to promote, implement nd evaluate HiAP; encourage engagement and collaboration across sectors; facilitate the exchange of experiences and lessons learned; promote regional and global collaboration on HiAP, and promote dissemination of skills to develop training courses for trainers.

WHO Handbook for Guideline Development Second edition
The first edition of this handbook, published in 2012, provided general guidance on the steps involved in guideline development and on GRC and WHO processes and procedures. This, the second edition, provides additional detailed guidance on each step in guideline development, as well as two additional chapters. This handbook provides step-by-step guidance on how to plan, develop and publish a World Health Organization (WHO) guideline.
Guidelines for the Screening, Care and Treatment of Persons with Hepatitis C Infection
These are the first WHO guidelines on the screening, care and treatment of persons with HCV infection. They are intended to complement existing guidance on the primary prevention of HCV and other bloodborne viruses by improving blood and injection safety, and health care for people who inject drugs (PWID) and other vulnerable groups, including those living with HIV (see section 2.4 for related WHO guidelines). These guidelines are primarily targeted at policy-makers in ministries of health working in low- and middle-income countries who formulate country-specific treatment guidelines and who plan infectious diseases treatment programs. These guidelines are intended to assist officials as they develop national hepatitis C treatment plans and policy, and guideline documents.
Basic Documents
This 48th edition, including amendments adopted up to 31 December 2014, brings together into one volume essential documents concerning the governance of the World Health Organization, including the Constitution, Rules of Procedure of both the World Health Assembly and the Executive Board, as well as Financial and Staff Regulations.
Practical Approaches to Risk Minimisation for Medicinal Products - Report of CIOMS Working Group IX

Risk management always includes tools for "routine risk minimisation" such as product information, the format depending on the jurisdiction, to inform the patient and the prescriber, all of which serve to prevent or mitigate adverse effects. Included in the report is a CIOMS framework for the evaluation of effectiveness of risk minimization, a discussion of future trends and developments, an annex specifically addressing vaccines, and examples from real life.

ENGAGE-TB. Curriculum and Facilitators' Guide.Training Manual.

The World Health Organization (WHO) released its operational guidance entitled ENGAGE-TB - integrating community-based tuberculosis activities into the work of NGOs and other CSOs in 2012. In 2013, it produced an accompanying implementation manual for ENGAGE-TB operational guidance. This training curriculum and facilitators' guide was developed based on the implementation manual and intended to help train staff of national tuberculosis programs (NTPs) or their equivalents, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and other civil society organizations (CSOs) and all other stakeholders in the ENGAGE-TB approach. Such training should increase the ability of these actors to support and integrate community-based tuberculosis (TB) activities into their ongoing work.

Pesticide Residues in Food
Report of the Joint Meeting of the FAO Panel of Experts on Pesticide Residues in Food and the Environment and the WHO Core Assessment Group on Pesticide Residues. The Meeting evaluated 33 pesticides, including 8 new compounds and 3 compounds that were re-evaluated within the periodic review programme of the Codex Committee on Pesticide Residues (CCPR), for toxicity or residues, or both. The Meeting allocated ADIs and ARfDs, estimated more than 300 maximum residue levels and recommended them for use by CCPR, and estimated STMR and highest residue (HR) levels as a basis for estimating dietary intake.

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