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A8 e-Therapy using computer and mobile technologies in treatment

Karolina Stasiak & Sally Merry , Eds.: IACAPAP, (2015)

This publication seeks to describe the best treatments and practices based on the scientific evidence available at the time of writing as evaluated by the authors and may change as a result of new research. Readers need to apply this knowledge to patients in accordance with the guidelines and laws of their country of practice. Some medications may not be available in some countries and readers should consult the specific drug information since not all the unwanted effects of medications are mentioned.

World Report on Ageing and Health

John Beard, Alana Officer, Andrew Cassels et al., Eds.: World Health Organization WHO, (2015)

Comprehensive public health action on population ageing is urgently needed. This will require fundamental shifts, not just in the things we do, but in how we think about ageing itself. The World report on ageing and health outlines a framework for action to foster Healthy Ageing built around the new concept of functional ability. Making these investments will have valuable social and economic returns, both in terms of health and wellbeing of older people and in enabling their on-going participation in society Executive summaries : Arabic; Chinese; English; French; German; Japanese; Portuguese; Russian; Spanish

Improving the quality of health services: tools and resources

World Health Organization WHO, (2019)

This compendium collates current tools and resources on quality improvement developed by the WHO Service Delivery and Safety Department and provides examples of how the tools and resources have been applied in country settings. The target audience for this document are ministries of health, facility quality improvement teams, researchers and development agencies. WHO technical programmes, regional and country offices can also use the document in their technical cooperation work with the identified audience. Those working to improve the quality of health service delivery can also make good use of this resource

Managing meningitis epidemics in Africa

Eds.: World Health Organization WHO, (2015)

A quick reference guide for health authorities and health-care workers Revised 2015

Guidelines for training personnel in developing countries for prosthetics and orthotics services

World Health Organization WHO, (2005)

1.Orthopedics - education 2.Prostheses and implants - utilization 3. Orthotic devices - utilization 4.Developing countries 5.Guidelines 6.Teaching materials I.World Health Organization II.International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics

From plan to impact - Progress towards targets of the Global action plan on dementia

Alzheimer's Disease International, (2018)

Progress towards targets of the Global action plan on dementia

Dementia - Toolkit for community workers in low- and middle-income countries

Mercado, S., Eds.: World Health Organization (Pacific Region), (2018)

Guide for community-based management and care of people with dementia Version 1.0 Mental Health and Substance Abuse Division of NCD and Health through the Life-Course World Health Organization Regional Office for the Western Pacific

Towards a dementia plan: a WHO guide

Freel; S.; K. Seeher; N. Chowdhary, et al., Eds.: World Health Organization, (2018)

Global action plan on the public health response to dementia 2017-2025

World Health Organization WHO, (2017)

Areas for action include: increasing prioritisation and awareness of dementia; reducing the risk of dementia; diagnosis, treatment and care; support for dementia carers; strengthening information systems for dementia; and research and innovation.

World Alzheimer Report 2019

Prince, M., and J. Jackson, Eds.: Alzheimer's Disease International, (2019)

Some of the key findings of the report include: Almost 80% of the general public are concerned about developing dementia at some point and 1 in 4 people think that there is nothing we can do to prevent dementia 35% of carers across the world said that they have hidden the diagnosis of dementia of a family member Over 50% of carers globally say their health has suffered as a result of their caring responsibilities even whilst expressing positive sentiments about their role Almost 62% of healthcare providers worldwide think that dementia is part of normal ageing 40% of the general public think doctors and nurses ignore people with dementia

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