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Joint United Nations statement on ending discrimination in health care settings JOINT UNITED NATIONS STATEMENT ON ENDING DISCRIMINATION IN HEALTH CARE SETTINGS United Nations entities recall that a central principle of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is to “ensure that no one is left behind” and to “reach the furthest behind first”. (...) Discrimination in health care settings is widespread across the world and takes many forms. (...) Discrimination affects both users of health care services and health care workers. It serves as a barrier to accessing health services, affects the quality of health services provided, and reinforces exclusion from society for both individuals and groups.
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Score: 653167.24 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ationHealthcareSettings_en.pdf
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45 HEALTH CARE FACILITIES Health care facilities are the operational heart of service delivery. (...) Yet many health care facilities in low- and middle-income countries currently lack water, sanitation, and energy, as well as occupational health services. (...) In 11 sub-Saharan African countries, one quarter of health care facilities lack any access to electricity. 26% of health care facilities lack access to even basic levels of water. 21% have no sanitation. 43% have no handwashing facilities at point of care.
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Score: 652492.6 - https://www.who.int/phe/infogr...es_20082019_OD_WEB_pages_2.pdf
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For millennia people have been taking measures to prevent disease, promote health and cope with illness and disability with and without a health care provider. (...) Self care can recognize the strengths of individuals as active agents in their own health care, and not merely passive recipients of health services. (...) These include vulnerable, marginalized and socioeconomically underprivileged populations who have the poorest health outcomes globally. WHO/PAHO Will health care providers need training to promote self care?
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Score: 652306.05 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...ventions/questions-answers/en/
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Accessing health care is difficult for many, owing to inadequate primary health care facilities. (...) They ensure that health care is brought closer to those who cannot travel to health facilities far away. 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: 652110.35 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...e-to-boost-primary-health-care
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Topics Publications HRP research programme About us Staff Contact us Self-care interventions for health Economic and financing considerations for self-care interventions for SRHR UNICEF/Noorani 24 February 2020 | Self-care interventions for health systems and users have the potential to increase choice if they are accessible and affordable, and to improve the efficiency of service delivery. (...) WHO’s conceptual framework for self-care What do we mean by self-care? By Elmvh CC BY-SA 3 WHO’s working definition of self-care is “the ability of individuals, families and communities to promote health, prevent disease, maintain health, and to cope with illness and disability with or without the support of a health-care provider”. (...) Healthcare providers promoting self-care Health coverage 3.6 billion half the world lacks access to essential health services.
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Score: 652015.5 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...th/self-care-interventions/en/
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The critical role of access to surgical care and anaesthesia has been gaining significant attention and support around the world.  The World Health Organization has slated a resolution on increasing access to emergency and essential surgical care and anaesthesia as a component of Universal Health Coverage in May 2015. [6]-[7]  Dr. (...) Without surgical care, there can be no way that true universal health coverage or Goal 3 can be achieved by 2030. (...) Strengthening emergency and essential surgical care and anaesthesia as a component of universal health coverage.
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Score: 651853.3 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...ements/10549globalsurgery2.pdf
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The critical role of access to surgical care and anaesthesia has been gaining significant attention and support around the world.  The World Health Organization has slated a resolution on increasing access to emergency and essential surgical care and anaesthesia as a component of Universal Health Coverage in May 2015. [6]-[7]  Dr. (...) Without surgical care, there can be no way that true universal health coverage or Goal 3 can be achieved by 2030. (...) Strengthening emergency and essential surgical care and anaesthesia as a component of universal health coverage.
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Score: 651853.3 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...ents/10454surgicalcolleges.pdf
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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: 651829.25 - https://www.who.int/philippine...ment-the-philippines-will-make
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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: 651574.17 - 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: 651553.03 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...irls-women-living-with-FGM/en/
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