Search Tag: World Health Organization (WHO)

Executive Health Management

Vaccines Provide Everyone a Chance to Live a Fulfilling Life

2022 25 Apr

The World Health Organization (WHO) will focus on the theme of ‘Long Life for All’ for World Immunization Week, 24-30 April 2022. The goal is to bring people to understand that vaccines let us to pursue our dreams, protect our loved ones, and make it possible for us to live a long & healthy life.   Every April, World Immunization Week brings people fr Read more

IMAGING Management

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

2021 14 Oct

Major breast cancer charities worldwide annually celebrate October as “Breast Cancer Awareness Month.” This campaign began in 1985 as a partnership between the American Cancer Society and Imperial Chemical Industries’ bio sciences division (now part of AstraZeneca) to raise awareness and funds for researching causes, prevention, diagnosis, treatments,... Read more

Executive Health Management

IA2030: Directing Global Immunisation Efforts

2021 27 Apr

WHO, UNICEF and Gavi have announced an ambitious new global vaccination strategy aimed at saving 50 million lives.   You might also like: COVID-19 has added to the strain on Africa’s small healthcare providers who cannot secure bank loans. A new partnership by IFC, Philips and the Co-operative Bank of Kenya aims to help them.... Read more

Executive Health Management

What’s Happening with COVID-19 Vaccine Supply?

2021 29 Mar

Shortages of COVID-19 vaccine supplies are being felt globally, not excluding the EU and the UK. Do companies fulfil their obligations and where will new manufacturing facilities be created?   You might also like: Why has AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine been the centre of attention in Europe over the past few days? Learn more... Read more

Executive Health Management

Over $4.3B Pledged by G7 in COVID-19 Fight, More Funds Needed

2021 20 Feb

G7 leaders have collectively pledged over $4.3 billion to the ACT Accelerator partnership to develop and distribute effective tests, treatments and vaccines globally.   You might also like: New Vaccine Agreements for COVAX   The commitment was made during the Virtual G7 leaders meeting on 19 February 2021, taking... Read more

IT Management

SMART Guidelines for National Digital Health Systems

2021 18 Feb

WHO has launched its first SMART Guideline approach that includes documentation, procedures and digital health tools.   You might also like: The Top of Mind for Top Health Systems 2021 report identifies three technology areas that healthcare leaders see as the most important now and in the nearest future. Read more .   Policies,... Read more

Executive Health Management

Health Information Systems: How Do Countries Perform?

2021 12 Feb

The World Health Organization has released its ‘ Global report on health data systems and capacity, 2020 ’ based on the analysis of health information systems of more than 130 countries.   You might also like: HIT in 2021: Most Important Aspects   For the assessment, the new SCORE for Health Data Technical Package was used, where... Read more

Executive Health Management

Free WHO Course on Rehabilitation in COVID-19 Patients

2021 06 Feb

The World Health Organization (WHO) has launched another free online course of its Clinical Management of Patients with COVID-19 course series. The latest addition is dedicated to the rehabilitation of such patients.   You might also like: Digital Healthcare Focus: Integrating Telerehabilitation in Rehabilitation Care   The course... Read more

Executive Health Management

New Vaccine Agreements for COVAX

2021 23 Jan

COVAX, the global initiative to ensure equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines across the world, has announced new agreements for Pfizer/BioNTech and AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccines delivery, about 200 million doses in total.   You might also like: COVID-19 Vaccines: Tracking and Future Distribution   Specifically,... Read more

Executive Health Management

WHO-led Discussion on COVID-19 Vaccines

2021 16 Jan

Under the umbrella of the World Health Organization, its Emergency Committee and several thousands of scientists looked into the challenges related to COVID-19 vaccine safety, efficacy and access.   You might also like: COVID-19 Vaccine: From Ethics of Early Access to Payments for Risk   T he meeting of the Emergency Committee... Read more