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Childsmile – the national child oral health improvement programme for Scotland

Childsmile

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Will Australia have a fit-for-purpose medical workforce in 2025?

Will Australia have a fit-for-purpose medical workforce in 2025? Image Line of men leading to Australia on Earth globe illustration by Stephen Finn (Adobe Stock) To produce a fit-for-purpose medical workforce, Australia needs streamlined training pathways in all medical disciplines "Around the... Read more

Advocacy for Lifelong Learning Systems in Africa

Advocacy for Lifelong Learning Systems in Africa UNESCO Director-General (DG), Audrey Azoulay, advocated for education as a priority investment for sustainable development at a conference organized by the French Development Agency (AFD) in Paris on 19 January 2018. The DG identified a second... Read more

WHO places Training for Health Equity at heart of Health and Development Agenda

First a quick refresh on WHO: WHO was created as the directing and coordinating authority on international health, enabling the nations of the world to act together for the health of all people. It’s values include a commitment to human rights, universality and equity , based on principles set out... Read more

Podcast: Prof Richard Watt on Social Determinants of Oral Health

Podcast series Professor Richard Watts speaks about the 11th IADR World Congress on Preventive Dentistry which was held in New Delhi, India, 3-7 October last year. In a wide ranging interview Richard discusses the developments in public health and education, gaps in research and events in 2018 that... Read more

Pakistan Lady Health Worker Program

Pakistan Lady Health Worker Program

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WHO UNESCO MoU strengthens health workforce education

On 26 April in Geneva, the Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, and the Director-General of WHO, Dr Margaret Chan, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) strengthening cooperation between the two organizations to support countries in achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development... Read more

Israeli Physician Assistants

Israel has slowly been suffering from a decline in the rate of medical doctors per population in the last decade.  Physicians from the Soviet Union who immigrated in the 1990’s are set to retire in the near future, coupled with a loss of physicians to other industries and emigration. An increase demand for care due to high birth rates, an aging population, and an increase in chronic diseases has all lead to concerns about a shortage of health care providers.  

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Pakistan Lady Health Worker Program

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