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    March issue of the WHO Bulletin    Nikhil Dr. Surender N. Gupta, MBBS; PGDHHM;PGDMCH; PGDCHFWM;FAIMS;;MA (Phil); FIMS;MAE (Epidemiology); OCCRTI Faculty,
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      March issue of the WHO Bulletin

      Dr. Surender N. Gupta,
      PGDCHFWM;FAIMS;;MA (Phil);
      FIMS;MAE (Epidemiology); OCCRTI
      Faculty, Regional Health and Family Welfare Training Centre,
      CHHEB, Kangra-Himachal Pradesh, India.
      01892-265472 (Fax); 01892-263472 (Office)
      Mobile: 094181-28634.

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      Subject: Email alert: March issue of the WHO Bulletin
      Date: Tuesday, March 1, 2011, 6:25 PM


      NOTICE TO READERS: The Bulletin of the World Health Organization was created by WHO as a forum for public health experts to publish their findings, express their views and engage a wider audience on critical public health issues of the day. Consequently, the views expressed by the writers in these pages do not necessarily represent the views of WHO.


      Dear reader,


      Highlights from the March 2011 issue:


      ·         Rising status of women, increased risk of smoking

      ·         Looming dementia epidemic in Asia

      ·         Antimicrobial resistance: what governments can do

      ·         Health challenges after floods in Pakistan

      ·         Coordinating HIV/AIDS programmes in China

      ·         Shortage of mental health workers worldwide


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      Complete list of contents for Volume 89, Number 3, March 2011,


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


      Volume 89, Number 3, March 2011, 161-240



      In this month’s Bulletin
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.11.000311



      Women and the smoking epidemic: turning the tide
      - Vikram S Pathania
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.11.086389


      Compassionate use of medicinal products in Europe : current status and perspectives
      - Mussa Rahbari & Nuh N Rahbari
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.10.085712



      Public health round-up


      Looming dementia epidemic in Asia


      Mobilizing political will to contain antimicrobial resistance


      Tackling tuberculosis with an all-inclusive approach



      Management of diabetes and associated cardiovascular risk factors in seven countries: a comparison of data from national health examination surveys
      - Emmanuela Gakidou et al.
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.10.080820


      The mental health workforce gap in low- and middle-income countries: a needs-based approach
      - Tim A Bruckner et al.
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.10.082784


      Gender empowerment and female-to-male smoking prevalence ratios
      - Sara C Hitchman & Geoffrey T Fong
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.10.079905


      Risk factors associated with sexual violence towards girls in Swaziland
      - Matthew J Breiding et al.
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.10.079608


      Cost–effectiveness of artemisinin combination therapy for uncomplicated malaria in children: data from Papua New Guinea
      - Wendy A Davis et al.
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.10.084103



      Intradermal delivery of vaccines: potential benefits and current challenges
      - JK Hickling et al.
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.10.079426


      The integration of multiple HIV/AIDS projects into a coordinated national programme in China
      - Zunyou Wu et al.
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.10.082552



      The United States Department of Defense and the International Health Regulations (2005): perceptions, pitfalls and progress towards implementation
      - Matthew Johns et al.
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.10.082321


      Floods in Pakistan : a public health crisis
      - Haider Warraich et al.
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.10.083386


      Revision of the International Classification of Diseases to include standardized descriptions of multiple injuries and injury severity
      - Shinji Nakahara & Junichiro Yokota
      doi: 10.2471/BLT.10.078964


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