Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has become one of the major health threats of our time, both in health care settings and in the community. Recognizing the need of inter-sectoral, interdisciplinary but also of international approach to address this complex public health challenge and further delivering on the objectives of the 2011 European strategic action plan on […]
Recognizing the importance of a global approach to combating antimicrobial resistance, Studiorum participated in the two-month long online consultation held by the World Health Organization.
This year Macedonia celebrated the European Antibiotics Awareness Day at the Extraordinary Ministerial Meeting of the SEE Health Network, held on November 18, 2014 in Skopje, within the Macedonian presidency of the Network.
Striving to contribute to the rational use of antibiotics and prevention of antimicrobial resistance and as part of the ongoing initiative celebrating the European Antibiotic Awareness Day, Studiorum, the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Macedonia, the Health Insurance Fund of Macedonia and the Institute for Public Health of the Republic of Macedonia are […]
The self-assessment process of the Essential Public Health Operations in Macedonia commenced with а three-day workshop in Ohrid. In the presence of WHO experts and governmental representatives, nearly thirty stakeholders from the health and other sectors in Macedonia assessed the essential public health operations using the WHO self-assessment tool.
On the occasion of the World Hand Hygiene Day: SAVE LIVES, Clean Your Hands, introduced by the World Health Organization in 2010 within the First Global Patient Safety Challenge “Clean Care is Safer Care”, an expert meeting on “Hand Hygiene in Preventing Transmission of Multidrug-resistant Bacteria” will be held on May 5 (Monday) at 13:00 […]
Studiorum’s representative participated at the World Health Organization’s 63rd Regional Committee, which discussed the progress on the Health 2020 Policy Framework on health and wellbeing of citizens and communities in the European region, as well as new ways for enhancing civil society involvement in Health 2020. 20 core Indicators for monitoring the implementation of Health 2020 were presented and adopted at this Regional Committee meeting.
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