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Jamison DT, Breman JG, Measham AR, et al., editors. Priorities in Health. Washington (DC): The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank; 2006.

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Table of Contents, Disease Control Priorities in Developing Countries, 2nd edition

Part One: Summary and Cross-Cutting Themes

A. Summary

1. Investing in Health

2. Intervention Cost-Effectiveness: Overview of General Messages

3. Strengthening Health Systems

4. Priorities for Global Research and Development of Interventions

B. Cross-Cutting Themes

5. Science and Technology for Disease Control: Past, Present, and Future

6. Product Development Priorities

7. Economic Approaches to Valuing Global Health Research

8. Improving the Health of Populations: Lessons of Experience Around the World

9. Millennium Development Goals for Health: What Will It Take to Accelerate Progress?

10. Gender Differentials in Health

11. Fiscal Policies for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

12. Financing Health Systems in the 21st Century

13. Recent Trends and Innovations in Development Assistance for Health

14. Ethical Issues in Resource Allocation, Research and New Product Development

15. Cost-Effectiveness Analysis for Priority Setting

Part Two: Selecting Interventions

A. Infectious Disease, Reproductive Health, and Undernutrition

16. Tuberculosis

17. Sexually Transmitted Infections

18. HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment

19. Diarrheal Diseases

20. Vaccine-Preventable Disease

21. Conquering Malaria

22. Tropical Diseases 1: Chagas Disease, Leprosy, Filariasis, and Onchocerciasis

23. Tropical Diseases 2: African Trypanosomiasis, Dengue, and the Leishmaniases

24. Helminthic Infections

25. Respiratory Infections of Children

26. Maternal and Perinatal Conditions

27. Newborn Survival

28. Stunting, Wasting, and Micronutrient Deficiency Disorders

B. Noncommunicable Disease and Injury

29. Health Service Interventions for Cancer in Developing Countries

30. Diabetes: The Pandemic and Potential Solutions

31. Mental Disorders

32. Neurological Disorders

33. Cardiovascular Disease

34. Inherited Diseases of Hemoglobin

35. Respiratory Diseases of Adults

36. Diseases of the Kidney and the Urinary System

37. Skin Diseases

38. Oral and Craniofacial Diseases and Disorders

39. Unintentional Injuries

40. Interpersonal Violence

C. Risk Factors

41. Water Supply, Sanitation, and Hygiene Promotion

42. Indoor Air Pollution

43. Air and Water Pollution: Burden and Strategies for Control

44. Prevention of Chronic Disease by Diet and Lifestyle Changes

45. The Growing Burden of Risk from High Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, and Bodyweight

46. Tobacco Addiction

47. Alcohol

48. Illicit Opiate Abuse

D. Consequences of Disease and Injury

49. Learning and Development Disabilities

50. Loss of Vision and Hearing

51. Cost-Effectiveness of Interventions for Musculoskeletal Conditions

52. Pain Control for People with Cancer and AIDS

Part Three: Strengthening Health Systems

A. Strengthening Public Health Services

53. Public Health Surveillance

54. Information to Improve Decision-Making in Health

55. Drug Resistance

56. Community Health and Nutrition Programs

57. Contraception

58. School-Based Health and Nutrition Programs

59. Adolescent Health

60. Occupational Health

61. Natural Disaster Mitigation and Relief

62. Control and Eradication

63. Integrated Management of the Sick Child

B. Strengthening Personal Health Services

64. General Primary Care

65. The District Hospital

66. Referral Hospitals

67. Surgery

68. Emergency Medical Services

69. Complementary and Alternative Medicine

C. Capacity Strengthening and Management Reform

70. Improving the Quality of Care in Developing Countries

71. Workers: Building and Motivating the Workforce

72. Ensuring Supplies of Appropriate Drugs and Vaccines

73. Strategic Management of Clinical Services

Copyright © 2006, The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/The World Bank Group.
Bookshelf ID: NBK10264

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