Global Health and Switzerland

Global Health and Switzerland

The right to health means every human being having the right to be born and grow up, to work and grow old without their health being jeopardized by human-influenced actions or by circumstances that humans can influence. This right has to be implemented and protected by individual nation states, but also by the international community. The Medicus Mundi Switzerland network is therefore dedicated to an active, solidarity-based health policy for Switzerland.

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Dec 09, 2016

Universal Health Coverage—looking to the future

Day of Universal Health Coverage

The Lancet "Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is defined by WHO and the World Bank as when “all people receive the health services they need without suffering financial ...

Dec 07, 2016

Pour l’élaboration de notre nouvelle stratégie de santé 2018+ dans la République démocratique du Congo nous recherchons un/e Consultant/e

Le démarrage de la consultance est souhaité pour Février 2017

DR Congo | mission 21 - christian awareness in partnership

Mission 21 Mission 21 se comprend comme une communauté d'églises et d'organisations qui unit des personnes de différentes cultures et de différents pays. Pour ...

Feb 20, 2017 / Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Socinstrasse 57, Basel, Switzerland

MBA in International Health Management: Open Modules 2017

Be part of a new generation of managers and leaders in global health!

Swiss TPH Swiss TPH’s part-time MBA in International Health Management is designed for working professional who seek to acquire and deepen skills in both international ...

Jan 30, 2017 / Schloss Rauischholzhausen, Giessen, Germany

Intensive Course on Tropical Paediatrics and Global Child Health

German Society of Tropical Paediatrics and International Child Health This intensive course addresses medical personnel of all specialties interested in international child health with focus on resource limited countries. We ...

Dec 06, 2016

Why So Little of Something So Badly Needed?

Patient - Centered Care and People - Centered Health Systems in Sub - Saharan Africa

The International Journal of Person Centered Medicine "Patient–centered care (PCC) is increasingly recognized as a key dimension of quality healthcare, but unfortunately remains poorly implemented in practice. ...

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