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The World Health Report 2003

Shaping the Future (World Health Report)

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Published by World Health Organization .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Health systems & services,
  • Personal & public health,
  • Health Care Issues,
  • Health & Fitness,
  • Health/Fitness

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages140
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12898366M
    ISBN 109241562439
    ISBN 109789241562430

      The World Health Report analyzes how primary health reforms, the embodiment of the principles of universal access, equity, and social justice, are an essential response to the health challenges of a rapidly changing world and the growing expectations of countries and their citizens for health and health care. The World Youth Report provides an overview of the global situation of young people. The first 10 chapters focus on the priority areas identified by the World Programme of Action for Youth.

    Annual report Auckland, New Zealand: Author. In text citation (Heritage Mining, ) REPORT WHICH INCLUDES A REPORT NUMBER. World Health Organization. (). Diet, nutrition and the prevention of chronic diseases. (WHO Techical Report series ). Geneva, Switzerland: Author. In text citation (World Health Organization, ).   E ditor —The World Health Organization in its World Health Report depicts graphically, in table , that the leading cause of disease burden for women aged 15 years and older worldwide in was unipolar depressive disorder. 1,2 For men, the fourth, seventh, and eighth positions concerned mental health.. The inference from these data is obvious: mental health is in .

    UC Referencing Guide Book Chapter Search this Guide Search. UC Referencing Guide. Welcome; Print-friendly Versions; When and How to Acknowledge Sources; Three Growing Threats," chap 6 in World Health Report Shaping the Future (Geneva: World Health Organization, ). The World Health Report measures the amount of disease, disability and health in the world today that can be attributed to some of the most important risks to human health. Even more importantly, it also calculates how much of this present burden could be avoided in the next 10 years. The World Health Report represents one of the largest research projects ever undertaken by WHO.


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Dr Jong-Wook Lee, Director-General of The World Health Report 2003 book, describes WHO's ambition, to help all people, but especially the poorest among them, to shape a better future. The World health report: shaping the future.

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The report was strongly criticised for the criteria used to judge health systems, methods for ranking systems, and shortcomings in the data, although it had some interesting conceptual ideas about stewardship and responsiveness.

6,7 While the report does not have health systems in its title it draws on notions of responsiveness and Cited by: The World Health Report - Working together for health contains an expert assessment of the current crisis in the global health workforce and ambitious proposals to tackle it over the next ten years, starting immediately.

The report reveals an estimated shortage of almost million doctors, midwives, nurses and support workers worldwide. The World Health Report measures the amount of disease, disability, and health in the world today that can be attributed to some of the most important risks to human health.

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E ditor —Walt's editorial on the World Health Report highlights the challenges of health and inequality. 1 The report makes grim reading and shows the failure of past initiatives. 2 It has taken the world 25 years to realise the importance of strengthening health systems and developing primary health care.

The return to the Alma Ata declaration of may be welcome, but whether its. EDITOR—The World Health Organization in its World Health Report depicts graphically, in tablethat the leading cause of disease burden for women aged 15 years and older worldwide in was unipolar depressive disorder.1 2 For men, the fourth, seventh, and eighth positions concerned mental health.

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The latest World Cancer Report, published inhas a specific focus on cancer prevention and the recent research that underpins prevention, and includes a section on inequalities that affect the distribution. EDITOR—Walt's editorial on the World Health Report highlights the challenges of health and inequality.1 The report makes grim reading and shows the failure of past initiatives.2 It has taken the world 25 years to realise the importance of strengthening health systems and developing primary health care.

The return to the Alma Ata declaration of may be welcome, but whether its.