In line with the theme of this year’s Commonwealth Health Ministers Meeting that took place in Geneva, Switzerland, on 13 May 2007, the book highlights lifestyle diseases, health systems and human resources
16 May 2007
The book tackles issues from a range of perspectives -- including academic, business and government
Published by the Commonwealth Secretariat and Henley Media Group, this reference book provides health ministers with a central source of information regarding health priorities.
The book includes articles from eminent authors on topical subject areas.
Strengthening health systems and programmes on HIV/AIDS, maternal and infant health, and managed migration of human resources in health are key priorities for Commonwealth health ministers.
It tackles all these issues from a range of perspectives -- including academic, business, government, NGO and civil society -- from both developed and developing countries.
In line with the theme of this year’s Commonwealth Health Ministers Meeting that took place in Geneva, Switzerland, on 13 May 2007, the book highlights lifestyle diseases, health systems and human resources. It also focuses on good governance and partnerships for health; tackling the scourge of disease; infant and maternal health, as well as nutrition, sanitation and settlements.
Each year, Commonwealth health ministers and their senior officials meet on the eve of the World Health Assembly to discuss health priorities.
ISBN: 978-0-9554408-1-6; 280 pages; price: £35.00
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