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This annual report highlights the activities of the Centre in 2018 across its core areas of work—analysing, advising, and sharing.
This report summarizes the activities of the Centre in 2017 in working with the Region’s Member States and contributing to priorities for strengthening health systems in accordance with guiding regional and global commitments.
Many policies, institutions and mechanisms for improving quality are present in Kyrgyzstan.
The review critically examines the relevant reporting over the past five years on health services delivery in Kyrgyzstan, considering the following: what are the key issues facing health services delivery in Kyrgyzstan? What are pertinent policy considerations to accelerate the health services delivery agenda?
This publication describes the results of a data availability scanning survey on the sources and availability of data on health services delivery. The survey was initiated with integrated health services delivery focal points at the annual meeting of this network in June 2017.
This report describes the main findings and recommendations of a rapid assessment of the current conditions of primary health care in Albania.
This report presents the findings of an assessment of quality of care in primary health care in Georgia.
This meeting report details the sessions and key discussion topics from the 4th annual meeting of Integrated Health Services Delivery Focal Points, 22–23 June 2017 in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
This meeting focused on progress that had been made in implementing large-scale health system transformation in Europe since the first expert meeting held in Madrid in December 2015.
On 20–21 June 2017, the WHO European Centre for Primary Health Care hosted the first meeting of the Primary Health Care Advisory Group in Almaty, Kazakhstan. This report provides an overview of the meeting proceedings and discussions.
The roadmap provides an overview of steps from the initial phases of designing, reviewing and preparing a monitoring tool to collecting and analysing data and reporting findings.
Drawing on the conceptual guidance of the European Framework for Action on Integrated Services Delivery, this document provides guidance on the transformations required in health services delivery to integrate diet, physical activity and weight management services into primary care.
The European Framework for Action on Integrated Health Services Delivery takes forward the priority of transforming health services delivery to meet the health challenges of the 21st century.
By means of a scoping literature review, this document aims to provide conceptual clarity and consolidate the current understanding of integrated care models.
This assessment sets out to explore the organization of primary care, looking to three key interrelated policy questions, and identifies applicable options based on innovative approaches and country experiences according to the variables reviewed.
What is the European Framework for Action on Integrated Health Services Delivery (EFFA IHSD)? What is integrated health services delivery? How is it related to primary health care?
The glossary is meant to serve as a resource for readers in both English and Russian.
This document catalogues over 500 resources available to support putting health services delivery transformations into practice.
In 2015, the Family Medicine Programme’s final year, the Ministry of Health and Social Protection of the Population of Tajikistan embarked on a review of the achievements of the Programme and reflection on opportunities and next steps to accelerate the pace, scale and sustainability of changes.
This report provides an overview of the meeting and related discussions. These discussions inform the final review and revisions to the EFFA IHSD for presentation at the 66th session of the Regional Committee for Europe in September 2016.
This report presents an overview of the legal influences on patient safety and explores the relationship between patients’ rights, patient participation and patient safety.
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