The World Health Organization (WHO) Health Emergency Dashboard is a platform which aims to share information about public health events and emergencies. The data on the dashboard is refreshed every thirty (30) minutes and data is accurate as at time of refreshing.
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The World Health Organization (WHO) released a new international growth standard statistical distribution in 2006, which describes the growth of children ages 0 to 59 months living in environments believed to support what WHO researchers view as optimal growth of children in six countries throughout the world, including the U.S.
The Emergency Appeal — powered by WHO Foundation — raises funds for WHO’s frontline response to deliver life-saving medicines and supplies, and to support the healthcare workforce to help people affected by this crisis across Ukraine and in neighbouring countries.
The leading international, inter-sectoral, and inclusive global health conference that will set the agenda for a healthier future. #WHS2022 is the first joint summit with the World Health Organization (WHO). #WHS2022 engages all relevant global health leaders and stakeholders from all sectors in all regions of the world, strengthens exchange, stimulates innovative solutions to health ...
The work of the Organization shall be carried out by: (a) The World Health Assembly (herein called the Health Assembly); (b) The Executive Board (hereinafter called the Board); (c) The Secretariat. 1 The amendment to this Article adopted by the Eighteenth World Health Assembly (resolution WHA18.48) has not yet come into force.
This paper describes the World Health Organization's project to develop a quality of life instrument (the WHOQOL). It outlines the reasons that the project was undertaken, the thinking that underlies the project, the method that has been followed in its development and the current status of the proj …
The fifth edition of the World Health Organization (WHO) classification of urogenital tumours (WHO "Blue Book"), published in 2022, contains significant revisions. This review summarises the most relevant changes for renal, penile, and testicular tumours. In keeping with other volumes in the fifth e …
The World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH), is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, interdisciplinary professional and educational organization devoted to transgender health.