Policy on Research for Health (CD49/10)
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This policy aims for Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) to remains true to being a knowledge-based organization, that strong and sustainable national health research systems are found in every country in the Americas, and that research evidence constitutes a cornerstone of all activities aimed at attaining the highest level of health and equity. To achieve these aims the Secretariat at the Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Member States and partners will need to work together to harness science, technology, innovation and broader knowledge.
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Advisory Committee on Health Research. A review of its contibutions to health and research for Health in the Americas 2009-2015 Pan American Health Organization (Washington, D.C, PAHO, 2016)[Introduction]. The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has constantly evolved throughout its 115 years of existence in order to adequately and effectively respond to the pressing health needs of the Americas, often ...
Cross-sectional study on the utilization of the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization Policy on Research for Health Kristensen-Cabrera, Alexandria I.; Cuervo, Luis G. (2018-06)[ABSTRACT]. This report contributes towards the monitoring and evaluation of the Pan American Health Organization/ World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) Policy on Research for Health (CD49/10), specifically, how it has been ...
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