RAPID HEALTH ASSESSMENT PROTOCOLS FOR EMERGENCIES
( By WHO - OMS, 1999 )

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Selected who publication of related interest

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Coping with natural disasters: the role of local health personnel and the community.
1989 (97pages) 18.-

Management of severe malnutrition: a manual for physicians and other senior health workers.
1999 (60 pages) 23.-

Health laboratory facilities in emergency and disaster situations.
WHO Regional Publications, Eastern Mediterranean Series,No. 61.
1994 (169 pages) 16.-

A guide to the development of on-site sanitation.
1992 (237 pages) 47.-

Mental health of refugees.
1996 (134 pages) 30.-

Climate change and human health.
1996 (305 pages) 30.-

Our planet, our health.
Report of the WHO Commissionon Health and Environment.
1992 (282 pages) 45.-

Health consequences of the Chernobyl accident,
Results of the IPHECA pilot projects andrelated national programmes. Summary report.
1995 (38 pages) 11.-

Field guide on rapid nutritional assessment in emergencies.
WHO Regional Office for theEastern Mediterranean.
1995 (63 pages) 12.-

Guidelines for cholera control.
1993 (61 pages) 15.-

The use of essential drugs.
Eighth report of the WHO Expert Committee
(including the revised Model List of Essential Drugs)
WHO Technical Report Series, No. 882, 1998 (77 pages) 19.-

Safety measures for use in outbreaks of communicable diseases.
1986 (99 pages) 17.-

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