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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1983; Volume 61, Number 4, Year 1983 61 (4), Pages 583-595: Resistance aux Antimicrobiens

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Title: Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1983; Volume 61, Number 4, Year 1983 61 (4), Pages 583-595: Resistance aux Antimicrobiens  
Author: World Health Organization
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Public health, Wellness programs
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Organization, W. H. (n.d.). Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 1983; Volume 61, Number 4, Year 1983 61 (4), Pages 583-595. Retrieved from http://worldebooklibrary.com/


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Introduction This report describes thc outcome of the Meeting on the Epidemics of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Eastern Europe held on 13-15 May 1996 in Copenhagen, Denmark. In response to the alarming rise in sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the newly independent states the WHO Regional Office for Europe, WHO Headquarters and the United Nations Joint Programme on AIDS organized an action-oriented meeting of experts from the most affected countries. Professor Sieghart Dittmann, Coordinator of Communicable Diseases, welcomed participants on behalf of the WHO Regional Office for Europe.

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Contents Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 1 Current situation and STD trends in the Region ......................................................................... 2 Origins of the syphilis epidemic in the Russian Federation .................................................... 3 Measures taken to control STDs -country updates .................................................................... 4 Belarus ................................................................................................................................... 4 Kazakhstan .............................................................................................................................. 4 Latvia ..................................................................................................................................... 4 Renublic of Moldova .............................................................................................................. 5 Ukraine ................... .. ......................................................................................................... 5 Making STDs a highest health priority for the government ........................................................ 5 Principles and policies for STD control ...................................................................................... 6 Health promotion .................................................................................................................... 7 Clinical services ...................................................................................................................... 7 Drugs available for treatment of STDs ................................................................................... 7 Target groups .......................................................................................................................... 7 Analysis of the STD situation (case study) ................................................................................. 7 Experience with anonymous STD clinics in the Russian Federation ......................................... 8 Criteria for choosing drugs for STD treatment .......................................................................... 8 Gonorrhoea ............................................................................................................................. 8 Chlamydia ............................................................................................................................... 8 Role of information, education and communication (EC)in STD control ..................................8 STD surveillance ......................................................................................................................... 9 Role of the laboratory in STD control ........................................................................................9 Development of a national policy for STD control ..................................................................... 9 Conclusions ........................................................................................................................... 10 Recommendations ..................................................................................................................... 11

 

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