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Child-friendly health care Child-friendly health care 1 Council of Europe guidelines on child-friendly health care 2 Child-friendly health care Guidelines on child-friendly health care Table of contents Preamble .......................................................................................................................3 I. (...) Principles of the child-friendly health care approach ......................................6 A. (...) IV. The child-friendly health care approach A. The rights underpinning the child-friendly health care approach 17.
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Score: 649784.96 - https://violenceagainstchildre...child_friendly_health_care.pdf
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Western Pacific Philippines Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / DOH, WHO highlight need for primary health care in UHC DOH, WHO highlight need for primary health care in UHC Joint DOH and WHO News Release 8 April 2019 Joint News Release The Department of Health (DOH), World Health Organization (WHO), and key stakeholders are coming together to highlight the need to strengthen primary health care as the foundation for the Universal Health Care (UHC) Act. The event today corresponds with this year’s global celebration for World Health Day, which centers on the theme of universal health coverage, with a focus on primary health care. (...) “Primary health care means multiple sectors working together to bring care closer to home, with the involvement of the community.
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Score: 649721.34 - https://www.who.int/philippine...for-primary-health-care-in-uhc
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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: 649555.1 - https://www.who.int/3by5/publications/briefs/imaibr/en/
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It  reduces health care costs because it reduces health-care associated infections (which are costly to treat).  (...) Global WASH and health partners have shown their support for meeting global and country WASH in health care facility targets. (...) Nevertheless, implementation of the 2019 World Health Assembly Resolution on WASH in health care facilities is uneven.
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Score: 649494.8 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...asic-water-services-who-unicef
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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: 649475.5 - https://www.unicef.org/press-r...asic-water-services-unicef-who
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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 one in five 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: 649373.05 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...asic-water-services-unicef-who
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Department of Economic and Social Affairs programme on ageing The focal point on ageing in the United Nations system social.un.org/ageing ɪ @UN4Ageing Health Inequalities in Old Age Health inequalities exist in access to health care as well as health outcomes Sustainable Development Goal 3, to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages, recognizes that health needs and considerations evolve throughout the life cycle. (...) Yet while older persons on average have greater health care needs than younger age groups, they also face distinct disadvantages in accessing appropriate, affordable and quality care. (...) When health care is accessed, older persons, particularly in developing countries, often encounter health care professionals who have little knowledge of their distinct health issues and health care services that are not age-appropriate.9 Rural areas, where many older persons live, are especially prone to shortages of skilled health workers.
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Score: 649332.8 - https://www.un.org/development...th-Inequalities-in-Old-Age.pdf
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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. (...) The Department of Health has identified accessibility to WASH in all health care facilities as a priority. (...) In the Philippines, WHO is supporting the government in establishing WASH standards for health care facilities, strengthening the capacity of health workforce on WASH assessment and planning for health care facilities, updating the health care waste management manual, and developing a monitoring system on WASH in HCF.
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Score: 649324.4 - https://www.who.int/philippine...s-lack-access-to-clean-toilets
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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: 649316.55 - https://www.unicef.org/pakista...asic-water-services-unicef-who
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The Standards for Maternal and Neonatal Care consists of a set of user-friendly leaflets that present World Health Organization (WHO) key recommendations on the delivery of maternal and neonatal care in health facilities, starting from the first level of care. (...) Why implement the Standards for Maternal and Neonatal Care? Studies clearly indicate that countries with high maternal, perinatal and neonatal mortality have inadequate and poor quality health services and this can be associated with reduced utilization of health care services. (...) What is the purpose of the Standards for Maternal and Neonatal Care? The purpose of the Standards for Maternal and Neonatal Care is to assist programme managers and health care providers to: develop evidence-based national and sub-national standards on maternal and neonatal health care; introduce standards setting and a quality improvement process at facility level as a means to improve access and quality of maternal and neonatal health services; provide effective maternal and neonatal health services; use existing resources to achieve the optimal health care outcomes; and improve individuals', families' and community's satisfaction and utilization of maternal and neonatal health services.
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Score: 649091.36 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...nal_perinatal_health/intro.pdf
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