“The Global Reference List of 100 Core Health Indicators is a standard set of 100 indicators prioritized by the global community to provide concise information on the health situation and trends, including responses at national and global levels. It contains indicators of relevance to country, regional and global reporting across the spectrum of global health priorities relating to the post-2015 health goals of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These include the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) agenda, new and emerging priorities such as noncommunicable diseases, universal health coverage and other issues in the post-2015 development agenda.”
The WHO global disability action plan 2014-2021 is a significant step towards achieving health and well-being and human rights for people with disabilities. The action plan was endorsed by WHO Member States in 2014 and calls for them to remove barriers and improve access to health services and programmes; strengthen and extend rehabilitation, assistive devices and support services, and community-based rehabilitation; and enhance collection of relevant and internationally comparable data on disability, and research on disability and related services. Achieving the objectives of the action plan better enables people with disabilities to fulfil their aspirations in all aspects of life.
This commentary sees working in partnership as key to tackling the disparity in access to health care throughout the world. It cites the Medical Knowledge Institute's programmes for addressing HIV in Africa as an example of successful partnerships.
This site is an extensive gateway to health informatics information on the Internet including telemedicine. Access to specific links is by subject or country. The site also contains information on upcoming meetings and conferences and a list of international organisations. It is maintained by the Medical Informatics Department of the Frieburg University Hospital
Report presented by the group on E-Salud of the Proyecto Organizacional y Estratégico para la Sociedad de la Información en Argentina (POESIA), developed by the Asociación Civil para el Estudio y la Promoción de la Sociedad de la Información (LINKS) (Civil Association for the Study and the Promotion of the Society of the Information). It analyses the situation of e-health in Argentina in 2003
On this website users can browse and search more than 12,000 health illustrations from our renowned publications. Registered users can organize, purchase, and download images for a price depending on usage
Source e-bulletin on Disability and Inclusion