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WHO/Europe : “From local to global: improved urban health through stronger communication and leadership” plus 4 more

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WHO/Europe : “From local to global: improved urban health through stronger communication and leadership” plus 4 more


From local to global: improved urban health through stronger communication and leadership

Posted: 23 Sep 2016 06:30 AM PDT

Healthy Cities, the WHO network promoting urban health, piloted a new training course for its coordinators in Turku, Finland, on 19–21 September 2016. Participants from across the WHO European Region joined the course, sharing knowledge and experiences in the fields of communication and leadership.

From emergency operations to recovery and development

Posted: 23 Sep 2016 01:18 AM PDT

Conflicts in the Syrian Arab Republic and the knock-on effects in Turkey, as well as the unrest in eastern Ukraine, are putting unprecedented pressure on the health of affected populations. In the third of a series of features on humanitarian response, we look at WHO/Europe’s and partners’ work on protracted humanitarian crises – from prevention and preparedness to response and recovery – as part of the new Health Emergencies Programme.

From research to implementation: World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion

Posted: 22 Sep 2016 07:22 AM PDT

Injuries and violence are a major public health burden across the globe. In the WHO European Region, they cause 550 000 deaths each year and are the leading cause of death in people aged 5–44 years.

From research to implementation: World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion

Posted: 22 Sep 2016 07:21 AM PDT

Injuries and violence are a major public health burden across the globe. In the WHO European Region, they cause 550 000 deaths each year and are the leading cause of death in people aged 5–44 years.

From emergency operations to recovery and development

Posted: 23 Sep 2016 01:19 AM PDT

Conflicts in the Syrian Arab Republic and the knock-on effects in Turkey, as well as the unrest in eastern Ukraine, are putting unprecedented pressure on the health of affected populations. In the third of a series of features on humanitarian response, we look at WHO/Europe's and partners' work on protracted humanitarian crises – from prevention and preparedness to response and recovery – as part of the new Health Emergencies Programme.

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