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Infection Prevention Practices in Emergency Obstetric Care

EngenderHealth, (2003)

A Supplement to Infection Prevention: A Reference Booklet for Health Care Providers

Implementing the WHO Stop TB Strategy: Handbook for National TB Control Programmes

World Health Organization, Eds.: WHO, (2008)

The purpose of this handbook is to bring together in summarized form the issues, recommended strategies and political measures involved in addressing each of the components of the STOP TB Strategy. It outlines the range of activities to be addressed by national TB control programmes and the recommended approaches to implementation of the Strategy. An adequate strategy for the control of TB globally requires a comprehensive approach to address all the main constraints to control the disease, including emerging challenges, in addition to the main factors influencing the TB incidence such as socioeconomic and environmental factors.

Implementation Research in Health – A Practical Guide

David H. Peters, Nhan T. Tran, Taghreed Adam, Eds.: Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research (AHPSR) and World Health Organization, (2013)

This guide is an attempt to redress the deficit in understanding of implementation research and to encourage programme personnel and implementers to take a greater interest in the subject, recognizing that implementation research is in fact an integral part of programme planning and execution, rather than something that happens once programmes are up and running. Intended for newcomers to the field, those already conducting implementation research, and those with responsibility for implementing programmes, the guide provides an introduction to basic implementation research concepts and language, briefly outlines what it involves, and describes the many exciting opportunities that it presents

How effective are community health workers?

Henry Perry; Rose Zulliger, Eds.: John Hopkins Bloomberg University, (2012)

An Overview of Current Evidence with Recommendations for Strengthening Community Health Worker Programs to Accelerate Progress in Achieving the Health-related Millennium Development Goals

HEALTH SYSTEMS FINANCING The path to universal coverage

World Health Organization, (2010)

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Health Systems Assessment Approach

USAID, Health Systems 20/20, Partners for Health Reformplus, Quality Assurance Project, and Rational Pharmaceutical Managemen, Management Sciences for Health, Eds.: Mursaleena Islam, (2007)

Guidelines for the care and rehabilitation of survivors

International Campaign to Ban Landmines Working Group on Victim Assistance, (2005)

These guidelines are intended to help diverse actors, including donors and program implementers, develop and fund the programs to help landmine victims heal, recover and resume their roles as productive and contributing members of their societies. Intended to address the care and rehabilitation of those victims who have suffered physical injury from landmines, many of the recommendations apply as well to support for other persons with disabilities

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