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Azerbaijan strengthens its health workforce to boost primary health care 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. (...) Accessing health care is difficult for many, owing to inadequate primary health care facilities. (...) Primary health care during COVID-19 Effective primary health care serves as a community’s first point of contact to the health system.
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Score: 799642.53 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...e-to-boost-primary-health-care
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New guideline WHO consolidated guideline on self-care interventions for health: sexual and reproductive health and rights View all the infographics Remarks of WHO DG Dr Tedros on the launch of the first WHO guideline on self-care interventions These guidelines look at the scientific evidence for health benefits of certain interventions that can be done outside the conventional health sector, although sometimes with the support of a health-care provider. (...) What is self care? Self care is “the ability of individuals, families and communities to promote health, prevent disease, maintain health, and cope with illness and disability with or without the support of a health-care provider”. (...) Self care Q&A Access for the most vulnerable Self-care interventions are a complementary approach to health care that forms an important part of the health system.
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Score: 799411.43 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...ons/access-health-services/en/
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This new clinical handbook will help health-care providers give the care that is so critically needed.” (...) 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: 799135.64 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...irls-women-living-with-FGM/en/
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Because we are not yet investing in the most efficient ways of providing care. Primary health care is the best buy We need to think outside of the traditional hospital box and reorient the health care model. Investing in primary health care means multiple sectors working together to bring health care closer to where it matters to people, with the involvement of the community. The evidence shows that the most effective and efficient way to provide health for all is to invest in primary health care.
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Score: 799011.43 - https://www.who.int/philippine...ment-the-philippines-will-make
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On World Health Day 2019, Malaysia will present its vision on primary health care in the 21 st century. Primary health care is the smartest first step towards universal health coverage, also known as ‘health for all’ for everyone and everywhere. (...) More than 50% of diabetes or hypertension are undiagnosed. Primary health care: the path to health for all The Malaysia “Enhanced Primary Health Care” or EnPHC demonstration project has been implemented in 20 health clinics in Johor and Selangor since July 2017.
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Score: 798811.23 - https://www.who.int/malaysia/n...y-health-care-the-21st-century
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To reduce climate change risks, health care facilities need to be resilient. Climate-resilient health care facilities are those that are able to anticipate, respond to, cope with, recover from and adapt to climate-related shocks and stress, so as to bring ongoing and sustained health care to their target populations, despite an unstable climate. (...) Designed as a complementary tool to the WHO Guidance for climate-resilient and environmentally sustainable health care facilities , the primary purpose of this document is to support health care facility managers and other health workers  in establishing a baseline with regards to climate change resilience in health care facilities. (...) Assess current vulnerability for each of the hazards, in each of the key components of health care facilities. Understand potential impacts posed by climate variability and change in each of the key components of health care facilities.  
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Score: 798778.27 - https://www.who.int/publicatio...-detail-redirect/9789240022904
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Hygiene in health care facilities cannot be secured without increasing investments in basic measures, which include safe water, clean toilets, and safely managed health care waste,” said Dr Maria Neira, WHO Director, Department of Environment, Climate Change and Health. (...) Furthermore, 1 in 11 (9%) of health care facilities globally have neither. “If health care providers don’t have access to a hygiene service, patients don’t have a health care facility,” said Kelly Ann Naylor, UNICEF Director of WASH and Climate, Environment, Energy, and Disaster Risk Reduction (CEED). (...) In the Least Developed Countries, just 1 in 5 (21%) had basic sanitation services in health care facilities. The data further reveals that many health care facilities lack basic environmental cleaning and safe segregation and disposal of health care waste.
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Score: 798758.5 - https://www.unicef.org/press-r...ic-hygiene-services-who-unicef
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Comprehensive case study from Indonesia PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS (PRIMASYS) Comprehensive case study from Indonesia PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS (PRIMASYS) Mora Claramita,a,c,e Nur Afrainin Syah,b,e Fitriana Murriya Ekawati,c Oryzati Hilman,d,e Hari Kusnantoc,e a. (...) Indonesian National Board of Primary Care Physicians, College of Indonesian Primary Care Physicians PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS (PRIMASYS) WHO/HIS/HSR/17.30 © World Health Organization 2017 Some rights reserved. (...) PRIMASYS aims to advance the science of primary health care in low- and middle-income countries in order to support efforts to strengthen primary health care systems and improve the implementation, effectiveness and efficiency of primary health care interventions worldwide.
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Score: 798684.03 - https://www.who.int/alliance-h...YS-Indonesia-comprehensive.pdf
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Primary health care embraced a holistic view of health that went well beyond a narrow medical model. (...) One of the greatest worries is about the cost of health care. This is a realistic concern since 100 million people fall into poverty each year paying for health care. (...) These four represent core primary health care principles. Universal coverage: For fair and efficient systems, all people must have access to health care according to need and regardless of ability to pay.
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Score: 798653.37 - https://www.who.int/whr/2008/summary/en/
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Hand hygiene, a very simple action, remains the primary measure to reduce health care-associated infection and the spread of antimicrobial resistance, enhancing the safety of care across all settings, from complex, modern hospitals to simple health posts. In the case of a new influenza pandemic, the huge number of patients seeking care will pose a challenge to health services and greatly increase the risk of spread within health care facilities. (...) The Global Patient Safety Challenge aims to assist countries as they incorporate "Clean Care is Safer Care" at the centre of their health agenda.
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Score: 798434.47 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...on-hand-hygiene-in-health-care
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