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Toolkits

This growing repository holds Toolkits that provide practical guidance for implementation of policy interventions or clinical activities. These could include practical step-to-step manuals, guidelines, assessment tools, standards and other technical resources. Share your toolkits by clicking “Add toolkit”.

Dec. 20, 2021 Global

Health For All Advocacy Toolkit

The Health for All Advocacy Toolkit provides national-level civil society organizations (CSOs) and health networks with the necessary resources to kick-start advocacy initiatives on universal health coverage (UHC). It offers advocates a central reference point—a ‘one-stop shop’ for key information and tools to advocate for UHC, hold policy-makers accountable for their commitments, and build a broad social movement within civil society to support health for all.

The Health for All Advocacy Toolkit has been developed to build capacity, inspire and mobilize civil society in support of the global movement for UHC. It is based on the understanding that health ...

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Dec. 19, 2021 Global

UN Decade of Healthy Ageing – The Platform

The United Nations has proclaimed 2021–2030 the Decade of Healthy Ageing, with WHO leading international action to improve the lives of older people, their families and communities. The UN Decade of Healthy Ageing is a global collaboration that brings together diverse sectors and stakeholders including governments, civil society, international organizations, professionals, academic institutions, the media and the private sector to improve the lives of older people, their families and communities. The collaboration focuses on four action areas that are strongly interconnected:

Area 1. Combatting Ageism: changing how we think, feel and act towards age and ageing;

Area 2. Age-friendly ...

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Dec. 2, 2021 Europe

Anticipatory Care Planning Toolkit 2021

Providing people with person-centred, coordinated care, focusing on goals and preferences, whilst offering opportunities to consider realistic treatment and care options.

Anticipatory care planning (ACP) is a process involving a number of steps. 

ACP involves conversations between individuals, their families, carers, and professionals. It helps people communicate goals and preferences, and gives them opportunities to consider realistic options and plan for future changes in their health and care that can be recorded, shared and reviewed.

ACP is a person-centred, proactive approach to help people consider what is important to them and plan for their future care. Planning ahead can help ...

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Oct. 25, 2021 Western Pacific

Person centred care toolkit

The person-centred care toolkit aims to assist Credentialled Diabetes Educators and other health professionals to understand the benefits of and to adopt person-centred care practices.

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April 19, 2021 Global

WHO COVID-19 Health Services Learning Hub

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing wide ranging disruption to the operation of health services around the world. A recent WHO global pulse survey revealed 90% of countries have reported disruption of services across the board – including outreach services, immunisations and emergency care amongst others.

The WHO COVID-19 Health Services Learning Hub (HLH) is a dynamic new knowledge platform that will use innovative approaches to collate, document and synthesise emerging areas of learning on the maintenance of essential health services to support countries during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, including the recovery and post- pandemic phase

The HLH supports implementation of ...

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Jan. 11, 2021 Global

International Classification of Primary Care - 3rd Revision

Providers of healthcare, policy makers, funders and researchers need to have information about the epidemiology of their communities, and they need to understand what is happening within primary care to improve health services. More and more the influential political bodies in the world as OECD, UN, and local governments are showing interest in well-being/functioning of the population. To use only diagnoses to describe the health of the population became too limited especially in a world where people are getting older with an increase in morbidity and functioning problems with age. Too often and for too long it seems that ...

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Nov. 18, 2020 Americas

Canadian Quality and Patient Safety Framework for Health Services: Communications Toolkit

The Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI) and Health Standards Organization (HSO), with the dedicated support of hundreds of stakeholders across Canada, recognized the need for a greater commitment to quality and safety improvement. We are pleased to share the Canadian Quality and Patient Safety Framework for Health Services, the first of its kind in Canada. By committing to improving quality and patient safety, we can achieve better health care for all.

Be sure to take full advantage of all the communications tools and resources in this package:

Five Goals to Align Canada on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement

This ...

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July 31, 2020 Global

Online Learning: Certificate in Integrated Care

The Integrated Care Academy, from the International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC), is embracing a new digital, innovative and dynamic learning platform.

The Certificate in Integrated Care has been designed using IFIC’s 9 Pillars of Integrated Care as a module based course of online learning. The accessible, high quality programme is offered through a virtual online campus. Commencing in early 2021, if you are a health and care professional looking to further your knowledge in Integrated Care, sign up now to be the first to hear about the course.

The course is based on The 9 Pillars of Integrated ...

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June 10, 2020 Global

COVID-19 technology access pool

Commitments to share knowledge, intellectual property and data

The single most important priority of the global community is to stop the COVID-19 pandemic, halt its rapid transmission and reverse the trend of consequential global distress. This goal is only achievable when everyone, everywhere can access the health technologies they need for COVID-19 detection, prevention, treatment and response.

The COVID-19 Technology Access Pool (C-TAP) will compile, in one place, pledges of commitment made under the Solidarity Call to Action to voluntarily share COVID-19 health technology related knowledge, intellectual property and data. Shared knowledge, intellectual property and data will leverage our collective ...

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