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WHO Kobe Centre International Meeting on Community Health Care for Older Persons in Urban Areas

International Meeting on Community Health Care for Older Persons in Urban Areas (2001 Bangkok, Thailand).

WHO Kobe Centre International Meeting on Community Health Care for Older Persons in Urban Areas

Bangkok, Thailand, 10-12 July 2001 : proceedings.

by International Meeting on Community Health Care for Older Persons in Urban Areas (2001 Bangkok, Thailand).

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Published by World Health Organization in [Kobe, Japan] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Community health services for older people -- Congresses.,
  • Older people -- Health and hygiene -- Congresses.,
  • Community health nursing -- Congresses.,
  • Home care services -- Congresses.,
  • Urban health -- Congresses.,
  • Community Health Services -- Aged -- Congresses.,
  • Urban Health Services -- Aged -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Other titlesCommunity health care for older persons in urban areas :
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsWorld Health Organization. Centre for Health Development.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination225 p. :
    Number of Pages225
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19108396M

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WHO Kobe Centre International Meeting on Community Health Care for Older Persons in Urban Areas by International Meeting on Community Health Care for Older Persons in Urban Areas (2001 Bangkok, Thailand). Download PDF EPUB FB2

On 16 SeptemberJapan will celebrate “Respect for the Aged Day”, to honour the elderly. The WHO Centre for Health Development in Kobe (WHO Kobe Centre - WKC) is proud to be associated with this national day through Hyogo Prefecture, one of our key benefactors and the origin of. WHO Kobe Centre International Meeting on Community Health Care for Older Persons in Urban Areas ( Bangkok, Thailand).

WHO Kobe Centre International Meeting on Community Health Care for Older Persons in Urban Areas. Kobe, Japan: World Health Organization, (OCoLC) Material Type. Organized by the WHO Centre for Health Development, also known as the WHO Kobe Centre, the 3-day forum brought together diverse stakeholders - policy-makers and government representatives, members of the academia and the research community, funders, public health professionals, innovators from civil society and the private sector and older people’s voices - to highlight and accelerate social.

primary health care and community health care for older persons. The WHO Kobe Centre International Meeting on Community Health Care for Older Persons in Urban Areas, held in Bangkok, Thailand, from 10 to 12 Julyidentified a pressing need for standardization of terminology in community health care for older persons and, as a major recommendation, proposed: “Definition and standardization of basic.

Centre for Health Development. Title(s): WHO Kobe Centre International Meeting on Community Health Care for Older Persons in Urban Areas: Bangkok, Thailand, July proceedings.

Country of Publication: Japan Publisher: Kobe, Japan: World Health Organization, The international legal and policy frameworks 4 Implement older-person-centred and integrated care Align health systems Conclusion 5. Long-term-care systems Introduction The growing need for long-term care World report on ageing and health.

The number of people aged 60 years and over as a proportion of the global population will double from 11% in to 22% byby which time there will be more older people than children (aged 0–14 years) in the population for the first time in human history.1 Developing countries are aging at a much faster rate than developed countries: by79% of the world’s older people Cited by:   Though numbers alone may be insufficient to capture the nuances of population health, they provide a common language of appraisal and furnish clear evidence of disparities and inequalities.

Over the past 30 years, facilitated by high speed computing and electronics, considerable investment has been made in the collection and analysis of urban health indicators, environmental indicators, and Cited by: Promoting Oral Health in Africa Published in by WHO Regional Office for Africa.

This manual aims at the prevention of oral diseases and promotion of good oral health. It emphasizes the fact that improving oral health is an integral part of the essential package of interventions against noncommunicable diseases at the primary health care level.

Community facilities such as schools, daycare centers, and businesses comprise most non-healthcare settings that are visited by the general public outside of a household.; Cleaning refers to the removal of dirt and impurities, including germs, from ng alone does not kill germs. But by removing the germs, it decreases their number and therefore any risk of spreading infection.

technical and management aspects presented in previous chapters: community partici-pation and health promotion. In this book, the following definitions are used: Community participation Community participation is the active involvement of people from communities prepar-ing for, or reacting to, disasters.

Recreational Activities for Senior Citizens Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Humanities and Social Science 19(4) January w Reads How we measure 'reads'. With the increasing trend in refugee urbanisation, growing numbers of refugees are diagnosed with chronic noncommunicable diseases (NCDs).

However, with few exceptions, the local and international communities prioritise communicable diseases. The aim of this study is to review the literature to determine the prevalence and distribution of chronic NCDs among urban refugees living Cited by: The City of Melbourne offers programs to promote healthy ageing and support services for older people including home and community care, meal options and community transport.

There are inequities in health status associated with ethnicity, which may limit older foreign-born persons’ ability to age optimally.

Health promotion for older persons who have experienced migration is thus an area of public health importance. However, since research related to this issue is very limited, the study ‘Promoting Aging Migrants’ Capabilities’ was initiated to improve Cited by: health and public health and discusses the determinants.

of health. Chapters - 3, 4 and 5 deal with culture, traditional health care practice and family health. Chapter. 6 is about personal Author: Seifu Gebreyesus. Policymakers and planners must confront the systemic disinvestment embedded in the history of black neighborhoods and promote racial equity.

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Objective The aim of this review is to identify and understand the contexts that effect access to high-quality primary care for socioeconomically disadvantaged older people in rural areas.

Design A realist review. Data sources MEDLINE and EMBASE electronic databases and grey literature (from inception to December ).

Eligibility criteria for selecting studies Broad inclusion criteria were Cited by: Shaping policy, business and finance in a time of crisis. On May, the Financial Times, in partnership with TNW, gathered the most senior global decision makers and leading minds in policy, business, tech and finance for three days of online conversations with top FT journalists.

Other participants included persons who reported they provided direct care to an older adult, informally or formally, and providers of service to older persons in the public, voluntary, and private sectors (e.g., bus drivers, community center staff, and local merchants).

All participants were recruited through convenience by:. Roles of Community Health Workers The roles and activities of community health workers (CHWs) are tailored to meet the unique needs of the communities they serve.

A CHWs' role also depends on factors such as whether they work in the healthcare or social services sectors. Care was sought in % of the cases. % were given self-treatment and in % no action was taken. Of the episodes for which people sought care at a health care facility, % visited a public health care provider, % a for profit provider, % a private not for profit provider, and % a traditional by:   Health care systems will need to cater for the needs of significantly more older persons, and for the expected increase in non-communicable diseases.

These diseases, often thought of as a problem of developed countries, are now posing significant challenges in developing countries too.