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The World Health Report 2013: Research For Universal Health Coverage
Abstract:
Three key messages from The world health report 1. Universal health coverage, with full access to high-quality services for health promotion, prevention, treatment, rehabilitation, palliation and financial risk protection, cannot be achieved without evidence from research. Research has the power to address a wide range of questions about how we can reach universal coverage, providing answers to improve human health, well-being and development. 2. All nations should be producers of research as well as consumers. The creativity and skills of researchers should be used to strengthen investigations not only in academic centres but also in public health programmes, close to the supply of and demand for health services. 3. Research for universal health coverage requires national and international backing. To make the best use of limited resources, systems are needed to develop national research agendas, to raise funds, to strengthen research capacity, and to make appropriate and effective use of research findings.
Publisher: WHO Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS, HEALTH, HIV/AIDS, MATERNAL HEALTH SERVICES, COMMUNICABLE DISEASES, CHILD HEALTH, REHABILITATION, PUBLIC HEALTH, HEALTH SERVICES, HEALTH CENTRES, FINANCIAL RISK PROTECTION, HUMAN HEALTH, HEALTH INTERVENTIONS, HEALTH POLICY, UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE, ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY, EDUCATION, HEALTH STATUS, HEALTH SECURITY, HEALTH INSURANCE, COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS, HUMAN RIGHTS, HEALTH RESEARCH, CLIMATE CHANGE, MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, MALARIA, WOMENS HEALTH
Thematic Group:
WHO, (2013)
Thesaurus:
10.02.00 - Comprehensive Health Services
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