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  • Dr. Pradeep Kasar
    Dr. P.K.Kasar Professor & Head  Department of Community Medicine NSCB Medical College Jabalpur kasarpk@yahoo.co.in & kasarpk@gmail.com
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 1, 2010

      Dr. P.K.Kasar

      Professor & Head 

      Department of Community Medicine

      NSCB Medical College Jabalpur

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      9425359504, 07612671727 (Res),  07612673973 (Fax)

      --- On Thu, 1/7/10, bulletin <bulletin@...> wrote:

      From: bulletin <bulletin@...>
      Subject: Email alert: July issue of the WHO Bulletin
      Date: Thursday, 1 July, 2010, 7:27 PM


      NOTE: Abstracts and other items are available in عربي, 中文, FrançaisРусский and Español.


      Dear reader,


      This month:

      In an editorial Clarissa Brocklehurst & Jamie Bartram discuss the major impact that water and sanitation have on the lives of women and girls. In a second editorial, Jeremy A Greene discusses the evolving role of essential medicines in public health.


      In the news section, Jane Parry reports on health problems caused by abandoning traditional foods in the Pacific Islands.


      Patralekha Chatterjee reports on the Indian health-financing system in which 1.2 billion people have to pay out of their own pocket.


      In an interview, Melissa Leach says there is much to learn from combining local and scientific knowledge in dealing with haemorrhagic fevers.


      Justin O Parkhurst investigates the link between HIV infection and household wealth in 12 sub-Saharan countries.


      The CDI Study Group finds that an approach used in onchocerciasis control in Cameroon , Nigeria and Uganda is a good model for involving communities in health interventions.


      M-F Anaky et al. study a paediatric HIV- care and treatment programme in Côte d’Ivoire .


      Subhrendu K Pattanayak et al. evaluate the economic benefit of water and sanitation improvements in rural India .


      Christiana R Titaley et al. find a significant reduction in deaths of Indonesian newborns whose mothers took iron and folic acid during pregnancy.


      Margaret E Kruk et al. assess health services five years after the end of the civil war in Liberia.


      Mohammad Ali et al. show the benefits of using personal digital assistants in a vaccination programme in the United Republic of Tanzania.


      Jane Cottingham et al. develop a tool to examine States’ human rights obligations.


      Jennifer Mindell et al. develop a practical guide for doing health impact assessments.




      Volume 88, Number 7, July 2010, 481-560



      Africa; Does poverty drive the HIV epidemic?; Cameroon, Nigeria & Uganda; Involving communities in health; Côte d’Ivoire; Care for HIV-infected children; India; Breaking cycle of heath-care debt; Price for piped water?; Indonesia; Reducing neonatal deaths; Liberia; After the war; Pacific islands ; Heavy price for poor diet; United Republic of Tanzania; Digitizing data in the field; Global; Applying human rights for health; Improving the use of evidence
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      Swimming upstream: why sanitation, hygiene and water are so important to mothers and their daughters
      - Clarissa Brocklehurst & Jamie Bartram
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.10.080077
      Full article text [HTML] | Full article text [pdf 466kb]


      When did medicines become essential?
      - Jeremy A Greene
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.10.079970
      Full article text [HTML] | Full article text [pdf 495kb]



      Pacific islanders pay heavy price for abandoning traditional diet
      Full article text [HTML] | Full article text [pdf 935kb]


      India tries to break cycle of health-care debt
      Full article text [HTML] | Full article text [pdf 998kb]


      Time to put Ebola in context
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      Recent news from WHO
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      Scaling up antiretroviral therapy for HIV-infected children in Côte d’Ivoire: determinants of survival and loss to programme
      - M-F Anaky et al.
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.09.068015
      Abstract [HTML] | Full article text [HTML] | Full article text [pdf 625kb]


      Iron and folic acid supplements and reduced early neonatal deaths in Indonesia
      - Christiana R Titaley et al.
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.09.065813
      Abstract [HTML] | Full article text [HTML] | Full article text [pdf 568kb]


      Community-directed interventions for priority health problems in Africa : results of a multicountry study
      - The CDI Study Group
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.09.069203
      Abstract [HTML] | Full article text [HTML] | Full article text [pdf 582kb]


      Understanding the correlations between wealth, poverty and human immunodeficiency virus infection in African countries
      - Justin O Parkhurst
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.09.070185
      Abstract [HTML] | Full article text [HTML] | Full article text [pdf 587kb]


      Availability of essential health services in post-conflict Liberia
      - Margaret E Kruk et al.
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.09.071068
      Abstract [HTML] | Full article text [HTML] | Full article text [pdf 585kb]


      How valuable are environmental health interventions? Evaluation of water and sanitation programmes in India
      - Subhrendu K Pattanayak et al.
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.09.066050

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    • surendernikhil gupta
      FYI please. Thank you very much. NikhilDr. Surender N. Gupta, MBBS; PGDHHM;PGDMCH;PGCHFWM;FAIMS;;MA (Phil);FIMS;MAE (Epidemiology); OCCRTI Faculty cum
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 2, 2012
        FYI please.
        Thank you very much.
        Dr. Surender N. Gupta,
        PGCHFWM;FAIMS;;MA (Phil);
        FIMS;MAE (Epidemiology); OCCRTI
        Faculty cum Epidemiologist-in-Charge, District Chamba; 
        Regional Health and Family Welfare Training Centre,
        Chheb, Kangra-Himachal Pradesh, India.

        01892-265472 (Fax); 01892-263472 (Office)
        Mobile: 094181-28634.

        -Editorial Board Member_African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology

        -Member_National Editorial Advisory Board_Indian  Journal of Emergency Pediatrics
        Editorial Board Member_Journal of Environmental Science & Water Resources
        -Reviewer's Board of IMJ - ISRA Medical Journal, ISRA University, Islamabad Campus, Pakistan

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        --- On Mon, 7/2/12, bulletin <bulletin@...> wrote:

        From: bulletin <bulletin@...>
        Subject: Email alert: July issue of the WHO Bulletin
        Date: Monday, July 2, 2012, 3:14 PM

        Email alert: July issue of the WHO Bulletin

        Dear reader,

        Highlights from the July 2012 issue:

                 How much does health regulation cost?

        •       New challenges in polio endgame

        •       Potential of particle therapy for cancer

        •       Post-conflict rehabilitation of soldiers

        •       Greater coordination efforts needed on noncommunicable diseases

        You can now read the Bulletin on a variety of different formats. The journal is now available on electronic publishing devices, Kindle readers and as a Digital Accessible Information System (DAISY) digital talking book.

        Complete list of contents for Volume 90, Number 7, July 2012, 477-556.

        Abstracts and other items are available in عربي‎, 中文, Français, Русский and Español.

        Volume 90, Number 7, July 2012, 477-556


        doi: 10.2471/BLT.12.000712

        ·       Article [HTML]

        ·       Article (pdf) 860kb


        Womens health beyond reproduction: meeting the challenges
        - Flavia Bustreo et al.
        doi: 10.2471/BLT.12.103549

        ·       Article [HTML]

        ·       Article (pdf) 643kb

        ·       DAISY (zip) 11kb

        ·       ePub 1.05Mb

        ·       Kindle 1.05Mb

        Tracking global funding for the prevention and control of noncommunicable diseases
        - Amitava Banerjee
        doi: 10.2471/BLT.12.108795

        ·       Article [HTML]

        ·       Article (pdf) 653kb

        ·       DAISY (zip) 12kb

        ·       ePub 1.11Mb

        ·       Kindle 1.11Mb


        Public health round-up

        ·       Article [HTML]

        ·       Article (pdf) 13.39Mb

        Ending polio, one type at a time

        ·       Article [HTML]

        ·       Article (pdf) 12.46Mb

        ·       DAISY (zip) 120kb

        ·       ePub 2.75Mb

        ·       Kindle 2.75Mb

        When subatomic physics research meets clinical oncology

        ·       Article [HTML]

        ·       Article (pdf) 7.54Mb

        ·       DAISY (zip) 95kb

        ·       ePub 2.50Mb

        ·       Kindle 2.51Mb

        Caring after conflict

        ·       Article [HTML]

        ·       Article (pdf) 1.00Mb

        ·       DAISY (zip) 37kb

        ·       ePub 1.12Mb

        ·       Kindle 1.12Mb


        Practice audits to reduce caesareans in a tertiary referral hospital in south-western China
        - Ma Runmei et al.
        doi: 10.2471/BLT.11.093369

        ·       Abstract [HTML]

        ·       Article [HTML]

        ·       Article (pdf) 1.27Mb

        ·       DAISY (zip) 66kb

        ·       ePub 2.84Mb

        ·       Kindle 2.84Mb

        Supplementary polio immunization activities and prior use of routine immunization services in non-polio-endemic sub-Saharan Africa
        - Stephane Helleringer et al.
        doi: 10.2471/BLT.11.092494

        ·       Abstract [HTML]

        ·       Article [HTML]

        ·       Article (pdf) 1.38Mb

        ·       DAISY (zip) 151kb

        ·       ePub 4.34Mb

        ·       KindleU

        Effectiveness of a no-sex or safe-sex month in reducing HIV transmission
        - Benjamin Armbruster & Aaron M Lucas
        doi: 10.2471/BLT.11.088641

        ·       Abstract [HTML]

        ·       Article [HTML]

        ·       Article (pdf) 1.42Mb

        ·       DAISY (zip) 87kb

        ·       ePub 2.84Mb

        ·       Kindle 2.84Mb

        Improved and standardized method for assessing years lived with disability after injury
        - JA Haagsma et al.
        doi: 10.2471/BLT.11.095109

        ·       Abstract [HTML]

        ·       Article [HTML]

        ·       Article (pdf) 1.34Mb

        ·       DAISY (zip) 92kb

        ·       ePub 2.64Mb

        ·       Kindle 2.64Mb

        Potential cardiovascular mortality reductions with stricter food policies in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
        - Mart
        in O´Flaherty et al.
        doi: 10.2471/BLT.11.092643

        ·       Abstract [HTML]

        ·       Article [HTML]

        ·       Article (pdf) 1.56Mb

        ·       DAISY(zip) 85kb

        ·       ePub 3.31Mb

        ·       Kindle 3.31Mb

        Estimating the cost of new public health legislation
        - Nick Wilson et al.
        doi: 10.2471/BLT.11.097584

        ·       Abstract [HTML]

        ·       Article [HTML]

        ·       Article (pdf) 1.20Mb

        ·       DAISY (zip) 51kb

        ·       ePub 2.35Mb

        ·       Kindle 2.35Mb


        Chronic hepatitis C treatment outcomes in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis
        - Nathan Ford et al.
        doi: 10.2471/BLT.11.097147

        ·       Abstract [HTML]

        ·       Article [HTML]

        ·       Article (pdf) 1.86Mb

        ·       DAISY (zip), 139kb

        ·       ePub 3.29Mb

        ·       Kindle 3.29Mb


        Cash transfer schemes and the health sector: making the case for greater involvement
        - Ian Forde et al.
        doi: 10.2471/BLT.11.097733

        ·       Article [HTML]

        ·       Article (pdf) 726kb

        ·       DAISY (zip) 19kb

        ·       ePub 1.13Mb

        ·       Kindle 1.14Mb

        Reduced price on rotavirus vaccines: enough to facilitate access where most needed?
        - Lizell B
        Madsen et al.
        doi: 10.2471/BLT.11.094656

        ·       Article [HTML]

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