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Spinal cord injury

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)
November 2013

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WHO factsheet on spinal cord Injury (SCI) presents key facts related to spinal cord injury (SCI).  It includes the following details: background information; prevalence; demographic trends; mortality; the health, economic and social consequences of SCI; prevention; improving care and overcoming barriers; and WHO response

Fact sheet N°384

Services for care, treatment and support of people living with HIV

HOPE, Ruth
2007

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This paper considers why the services offered to people with HIV are different to other health services because of the need continuity of care and to encompass aspects of peoples lives beyond clinical care, including: social and spiritual needs, economic needs, food and nutrition needs, legal needs. It looks at the role of health care workers and the need for a care plan that encompasses the family

Pneumonia : the forgotton killer of children

WARDLAW, Tessa
WHITE JOHANSSON, Emily
HODGE, Matthew
2006

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This report examines the epidemiological evidence on the burden and distribution of pneumonia and assesses current levels of treatment and prevention. The report aims to raise awareness of pneumonia and to serve as a call to action to reduce child deaths from pneumonia

Prevention of blindness in leprosy

COURTRIGHT, Paul
LEWALLEN, Susan
Eds
2006

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This booklet is intended for use by all health workers and programme mangers involved in leprosy control and prevention of blindness
A workshop on ocular leprosy
Broxbourne, UK
3-5 July 2001

HIV and AIDS and disability

INTERNATIONAL DISABILITY AND DEVELOPMENT CONSORTIUM (IDDC)

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This section of IDDC’s website highlights HIV and AIDS and disability information. It presents general HIV and AIDS and disability information, the HIV and AIDS and disability task group’s focus and related activities, as well as other key resources and partner activities

World diabetes foundation

WORLD DIABETES FOUNDATION

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The World Diabetes Foundation supports the prevention and treatment of diabetes in developing countries through partnerships. This website presents information about the Foundation, their key focus areas, global projects and stories from the field

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Source e-bulletin on Disability and Inclusion

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