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The aim of this course is to provide information on the “WHO implementation handbook for national action plans on antimicrobial resistance: guidance for the human health sector” and the 6 steps for...

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AMR
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The aim of this course is to introduce the WHO costing and budgeting tool for national action plans on antimicrobial resistance (AMR). The tool is designed to support operationalization and to acce...

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AMR
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This course is the first of five courses. It introduces gender-based violence (GBV), intimate partner violence (IPV), and rape. The course describes the clinical care of people who have been raped ...

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GBV, PRSEAH
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Sexual violence and intimate partner violence are among the most severe stressors that women may experience in their lifetime and can have numerous social and psychological consequences. This cours...

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PRSEAH, GBV
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This course is the third course in a five-course series. It introduces you to the management of people who have suffered or are suspected to have suffered from intimate partner violence (IPV). It d...

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GBV, PRSEAH
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This course is the fourth of five courses on the clinical management of rape and intimate partner violence in humanitarian settings. This course focuses on first-line support, describes the five el...

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GBV, PRSEAH
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This course is the fifth in a series of five courses that introduce you to guidance on the clinical management of survivors of rape and intimate partner violence (CMR-IPV). This course highlights t...

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GBV, PRSEAH
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OpenWHO

Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) continue to cause hardship and harm to over one billion people worldwide, burdening individuals, families and communities who are already marginalized and disadva...

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NTD
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OpenWHO

Health inequities exist in all populations. Where the required data are available, monitoring can be done to measure inequalities, make comparisons between populations, and track changes over time ...

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Not disease specific
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OpenWHO

Health inequality monitoring requires two streams of data: data about health and data about dimensions of inequality (such as socioeconomic, geographic or demographic characteristics). This course ...

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Not disease specific
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OpenWHO

Disaggregated health data show health indicator estimates by population subgroup, describing, for example, health intervention coverage across subgroups with different education levels or economic ...

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Not disease specific
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OpenWHO

Summary measures of health inequality use disaggregated data to concisely synthesize the level of inequality across population subgroups. They are commonly applied as part of health inequality anal...

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Not disease specific
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