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Managing possible serious bacterial infection in young infants when referral is not feasible

World Health Organization WHO, (2015)

It provides guidance on care for use in resource-limited settings or in settings where families with sick young infants do not accept or cannot access referral care, but can be managed in outpatient settings by an appropriately trained health worker. The guideline seeks to provide programmatic guidance on the role of CHWs and home visits in identifying signs of serious infections in neonates and young infants.

WHO e-Pocketbook for hospital care for children

World Health Organization WHO, Eds.: The Royals Children Hospital, (2015)

The WHO e-Pocketbook provides up-to-date, evidence-based clinical guidelines for children requiring hospital care. It is the electronic version of the widely used Pocket book of Hospital Care for Children (Blue Pocketbook). Designed for doctors, nurses and other health workers responsible for the care of children, these guidelines focus on the management of major causes of childhood mortality in developing countries. Please download your free application for your iPhone. The Android platform will be available soon.

Pocket book of hospital care for children - Russian. 2nd eidtion

World Health Organization, (2013)

Guidelines for the management of common illnesses with limited resources

HPV Vaccine Communication: Special considerations for a unique vaccine

World Health Organization WHO, (2013)

A lack of knowledge about the threat of vaccine-preventable diseases, risks and benefits of vaccines, mistrust of government and health workers, poor service delivery and alternative health or religious beliefs play a role in lower uptake of some vaccines. These challenges underscore the importance of early integration and investment in a thoughtful communication plan for immunization programmes. This World Health Organization (WHO) report presents communication guidance and specific considerations for countries that plan to introduce human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine into their national immunisation programme as part of an effort to prevent cervical cancer.

EASL 2017 Clinical Practice Guidelines on the management of hepatitis B virus infection

European Association for the Study of the Liver, (2017)

J Hepatol (2017),

Pocket book of hospital care for children

World Health Organization, (2013)

GUIDELINES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF COMMON CHILDHOOD ILLNESSES. 2nd edition These guidelines focus on the management of the major causes of childhood mortality in most developing countries, such as newborn problems, pneumonia, diarrhoea, malaria, meningitis, septicaemia, measles and related conditions, severe acute malnutrition and paediatric HIV/AIDS. It also covers common procedures, patient monitoring and supportive care on the wards and some common surgical conditions that can be managed in small hospitals.

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