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Global Health and Switzerland

The right to health means every human being having the right to be born and grow up, to work and grow old without their health being jeopardized by human-influenced actions or by circumstances that humans can influence. This right has to be implemented and protected by individual nation states, but also by the international community. The Medicus Mundi Switzerland network is therefore dedicated to an active, solidarity-based health policy for Switzerland. (Photo: High Level Meeting, New York, June 2016/ Carine Weiss, Medicus Mundi Switzerland)

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Aug 06, 2020

Not und Verzweiflung nach der zweifachen Explosion in Beirut

Explosion in Beirut

Swiss Red Cross

Schweizerisches Rotes Kreuz (SRK) Nach der Katastrophe, die am 4. August 2020 den Beiruter Hafen verwüstet hat, setzt das Libanesische Rote Kreuz alle medizinischen Notfallteams ein, um die ...

Sep 28, 2020 / Basel, Switzerland

Practice-Oriented Project (POP)

Short Course and Part of the MBA in International Health Management (MBA-IHM)

Swiss TPH In this course, students are equipped with project planning and project management tools and resources as they develop a small project that could be ...

Sep 28, 2020 / Basel, Switzerland

MBA: Supply Chain Management in Health Care (SCMHC)

Short Course and Part of the MBA in International Health Management (MBA-IHM)

Swiss TPH Many problems related to healthcare quality and safety are the consequences of poorly managed medicines and medical supplies. This course introduces all ...

Jul 31, 2020

Statement by the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to health on the adoption of front-of-package warning labelling to tackle NCDs

United Nations - Human Rights "Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are a major challenge of this century highly rooted on overweight, obesity and unhealthy diets. As part of their ...

Jul 30, 2020

Fertility, mortality, migration, and population scenarios for 195 countries and territories from 2017 to 2100: a forecasting analysis for the Global B

The Lancet "Understanding potential patterns in future population levels is crucial for anticipating and planning for changing age structures, resource and ...

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