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About us Section navigation Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health and Ageing Quality of care Quality midwifery care for mothers and newborns Stakeholder and community engagement in quality improvement initiatives Private sector engagement for quality of care Respectful care  Quality of care measurement  Network for Improving Quality of Care for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Quality of care for maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health Why quality of care for maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health? Improvement to health care delivery requires a deliberate focus on the quality of health services, which involves providing effective, safe, people-centred care that is timely, equitable, integrated and efficient.   (...) The challenge to deliver quality care is faced at all levels - national, district and in health facility.
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Score: 795889.45 - https://www.who.int/teams/mate...lth-and-ageing/quality-of-care
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The WHO/UNICEF JMP report, WASH in Health Care Facilities, is the first comprehensive global assessment of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in health care facilities. It also finds that 1 in 5 health care facilities has no sanitation service*, impacting 1.5 billion people. The report further reveals that many health centres lack basic facilities for hand hygiene and safe segregation and disposal of health care waste.
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Score: 795791.7 - https://www.unicef.org/pakista...asic-water-services-unicef-who
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WHO | World Health Organization integrated guidelines for ART in the context of primary health care Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Menu 3 by 5 home About 3 by 5 Country support Capacity building Partnership AIDS medicines and diagnostics service Documents Media centre World Health Organization integrated guidelines for ART in the context of primary health care What are the IMAI modules? (...) These simplified and standardized WHO guidelines support the delivery of ARV therapy within the context of primary health care, based at first-level health facilities or in district clinics. (...) The acute care guidelines teach health workers when to suspect HIV infection and how to recommend testing and counselling in the context of clinical care.
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Score: 795746.97 - https://www.who.int/3by5/publications/briefs/imaibr/en/
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Heath care at the primary level includes: monitoring of the health of the population and recommendation of measures for the protection and improvement of health of the population; prevention and detection of illnesses, as well as treatment and rehabilitation of patients; specific preventive health care for children and young adults, especially in primary and secondary schools, and institutions of higher education in their own area; health care for people over 65 years of age; health care for women; health care for disabled persons; preventive health care for risk groups and other population in accordance with preventive health care programmes and through organization of obligatory preventive examinations; counseling, health education and the promotion of health for the purpose of its preservation and improvement; hygienic-epidemiological health care; prevention, discovery and treatment of teeth and mouth diseases with rehabilitation; health rehabilitation of children and young adults with psychological or physical developmental disorders; health visitors, health care in a patient’s home; occupational medicine; emergency medicine; palliative care; mental health care; provision and manufacture of medications and provision of medical health care products; medical transport; telemedicine. (...) Pharmaceutical activity is a part of health care conducted at the primary, secondary and tertiary level of health care, and it includes provision of medications and medical health care products in accordance with a separate law. (...) The right to health care covers the right to: · primary health care · specialist and consultative health care · hospital health care · the right to medication established by CHIF basic and supplementary drug list · dental aids · orthopedic and other aids · health care in other EU member states and third countries /.
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Score: 795733.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ty/StandardHealth/Croatia.docx
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The WHO/UNICEF JMP report, WASH in Health Care Facilities, is the first comprehensive global assessment of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in health care facilities. It also finds that 1 in 5 health care facilities has no sanitation service*, impacting 1.5 billion people. The report further reveals that many health centres lack basic facilities for hand hygiene and safe segregation and disposal of health care waste.
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Score: 795622.07 - https://www.unicef.org/kyrgyzs...asic-water-services-unicef-who
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Abridged Version Case study from Sri Lanka PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS (PRIMASYS) WHO/HIS/HSR/17.10 © World Health Organization 2017 Some rights reserved. (...) Suggested citation. Primary health care systems (PRIMASYS): case study from Sri Lanka, abridged version. (...) Preventive care services are mainly provided through health care units known as medical officer of health units.
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Score: 795504.7 - https://www.who.int/alliance-h...r_srilankaabridgedprimasys.pdf
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Microsoft Word - MLP_digest5.doc Mid-level providers online forum Digest of day 5 (quality of care with mid-level providers) Responses by Francis Kamwendo First of all I want to thank the respondents who have so far responded to day 5 discussions on quality of care by mid-level health providers. These discussions bring out all the important issues of quality in health care. 1. Should MLPs quality of health care be measured on their merit using the above criteria for quality in health care, or should their performance be compared to doctors (Medical Officers/Specialists)? (...) Should MLPs quality of health care be measured on their merit using the above criteria for quality in health care, or should their performance be compared to doctors (Medical Officers/Specialists)?
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Score: 795448.44 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...hemes/midlevel/MLP_digest5.pdf
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In north-east Nigeria’s Borno state, the Ministry of Health, WHO and partners currently leverage CE to prevent attacks on health care and protect the delivery of essential health services. (...) Since January 2020, 23 attacks on health care have been reported in north-east Nigeria via WHO Surveillance System for Attacks on Health Care (SSA) 2 . (...) Clements-Hunt 2017   Preventing and protecting health care from attacks Communities are key actors in the prevention of attacks and protection of health care.
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Score: 795207.7 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...-attacks-in-north-east-nigeria
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High-quality health care for girls and women living with FGM: WHO launches new clinical handbook World Health Organization Global Regions World Health Organization WHO Regional websites When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) The new handbook’s chapter on mental health gives health care professionals guidance on how best to conduct an appropriate mental health assessment and how best to provide basic mental health care management and support for girls and women living with FGM. (...) Notably, the handbook is also useful for health care professionals providing mental health care, as well as educational and psychosocial support, such as psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and health educators.
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Score: 795203.56 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...irls-and-women-living-with-fgm
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Almost half of the population lives in its capital, Ulaanbaatar city, and approximately 30-40 percent are herders who live in rural and remote areas. The primary health care system There is a two-tier health system with primary care and specialized care, including referral care. (...) The Health Act (2011) reorganized health care organizations in terms of function and structure in different levels of the system. (...) Almost half of the population lives in its capital, Ulaanbaatar city, and approximately 30-40 percent are herders who live in rural and remote areas. The primary health care system There is a two-tier health system with primary care and specialized care, including referral care.
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Score: 795129.9 - https://www.who.int/mongolia/n...engthening-primary-health-care
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