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Monthly newsletter with public health news, publications and events highlights from around the WHO European Region.
This newsletter provides regular updates and developments in air pollution, cities, chemical safety, climate change and water, sanitation and hygiene, waste and contaminates sites, and environmentally sustainable health systems following the Declaration signed at the Sixth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health held in Ostrava, Czech Republic 13-15 June 2017.
Newsletter covering recent developments, research, reports, materials and resources on influenza.
News, events and publications about health systems and public health issues in Europe.
News, events and publications about noncommunicable diseases and risk factors in Europe.
Information about the newest publications and activities of the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies
Updates on new publications from WHO Regional Office for Europe
Quarterly newsletter with news, know-how and best practices on migration, produced in partnership by WHO/Europe and the University of Pécs, Hungary.
Public Health Panorama will be published four times a year. It will feature good practices in policy and research in public health from around the European Region. It will be published online and in print in English and Russian
Information about the activities, events and publications of the Regions for Health Network.
Quarterly newsletter with information and resources related to improving the health of Roma living in the WHO European Region.
This newsletter, informing on tuberculosis (TB), HIV and viral Hepatitis in the WHO European Region, replaces as of now the previous TB and M/XDR-TB newsletter and reflects WHO/Europe’s new coordinated and integrated approach towards reducing the burden of these three related diseases.