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Report of the Expert Meeting. 27–28 November 2018, Ljubljana, Slovenia
This joint WHO-IANPHI expert meeting aimed to support key individuals tasked with leading the development of their institutional reforms in their countries by providing a platform to engage in a peer-to-peer format with countries who have recent experience in merging processes.
This publication draws from successful experiences in collaboration between public health and primary health care in five European countries (Austria, Denmark, Italy, the Netherlands and Sweden).
The Expert Meeting on Professionalization of the Public Health Workforce was held in London, United Kingdom on 19 June 2018.
Twenty new actions and ideas were created during sessions and workshops, opening up a breadth of opportunities for the CoP to achieve its objectives during 2018/2019.
Meeting with international experts from academia and practice and experts from a variety of countries that were keen to take forward the integration of public health services and primary health care.
On 21 June 2018, the Division of Health Systems and Public Health of the WHO Regional Office for Europe convened a first meeting to address the future of the digitalization of health systems.
This report summarizes the key objectives and messages, including the outcome of working-group sessions, from the policy dialogue on health system transformation held in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina on 14 November 2017.
This report summarizes the key objectives and messages obtained from the policy dialogue on strengthening the governance of public health services in the South-eastern Europe Health Network (SEEHN), held in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina on 15 November 2017, including the outcome of working-group sessions.
This technical report presents the self-assessment of essential public health operations in the Republic of Armenia
This report presents the results of Kyrgyzstan’s self-assessment of the essential public health operations (EPHOs).
The WHO Country Office in Kazakhstan and the WHO European Centre for Primary Health Care engaged experts from Saint Louis University and Columbia University to provide these workshops.
This report describes the findings of seven case studies of Member States of the WHO European Region, that carried out self-assessments of the essential public health operations (EPHOs) from 2007 to 2015.
Acting as the secretariat to this initiative, the WHO Regional Office for Europe convened a two-day meeting to start the process of co-creating the contents of the Agenda for Action that the Coalition of Partners would take forward.
Overall, the evidence reviewed in this report illustrates the compelling rationale for fostering environmental sustainability in health systems.
Eurohealth, Vol. 21, No 2, 2015
This issue of SEEJPH focuses on Health Systems in Transition worldwide. Volume III, 2015
The European Action Plan was endorsed at the sixty-second session of the WHO Regional Committee for Europe. It outlines the role of WHO and Member States in implementing 10 Essential Public Health Operations (EPHOs).
The economic crisis has led to increased demand and reduced resources for health sectors. The trend for increasing healthcare costs to individuals, the health sector and wider society is significant. Public health can be part of the solution to this challenge.
This publication presents a public health self-assessment tool that provides a series of criteria that national public health officials can use to evaluate the delivery of the EPHOs in their particular settings.
Eurohealth, Vol. 21, No 1, 2015