Noncommunicable Diseases in the Era of COVID-19 and Building Back Stronger NCD Programs
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A series of noncommunicable diseases (NCD) policy briefs are being prepared on a range of topics on NCD prevention and control, in order to synthesize and disseminate the latest evidence, PAHO/WHO recommendations, and considerations to strengthen NCD policies, services, and surveillance. The current context of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, and post pandemic period of building more resilient health systems and supporting digital transformations in health, is taken into account. This policy brief is the first issue in the series and focuses on the current situation with NCDs, impact of COVID-19, and suggestions for improving NCD prevention and control, based on the WHO Best Buys.
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