Online drug information resource (using Multum as the underlying data source).
This site addresses global health, and more importantly, the link between domestic and international health issues. The following points convey the key messages for the web site: * The health of Americans is a global concern. * A healthy America depends on a healthy world. * The primary mandate of HHS is to protect the health of the American people. * The direct interests of the United States are best served when America acts decisively to promote health around the world. * Addressing health globally enhances America's stature overseas and its own national security.
AMEDEO’s core components include weekly emails with bibliographic lists about new scientific publications, personal Web pages for one-time download of available abstracts, and an overview of the medical literature published in relevant journals over the past 12 to 24 months. All these new information resources are free of charge.
As an organisation promoting the highest possible standards of medical ethics, the WMA provides ethical guidance to physicians through its Declarations and Statements. These also help to guide National Medical Associations, governments and international organizations throughout the world. The Declarations and Statements cover a wide range of subjects, including an international code of medical ethics, the rights of patients, research on human subjects, care of the sick and wounded in time of armed conflict, torture of prisoners, the use and abuse of drugs, family planning and pollution.
Mseleni Hospital is committed to deliver holistic, high quality, comprehensive health care to our community through preventative, promotive, curative and rehabilative levels of primary health care promoting personal development and health of both worker and community member.
This is a bi-monthly letter targeting identified problematic therapeutic issues (brief, simple, practical messages). The process involves a literature review and development of the message by different working groups of the Therapeutics Initiative. A draft of the letter is reviewed by specialists who are expert in the particular therapeutic area and members of the Scientific Information and Education Committee before the letter is disseminated.
A source for evidence-based information about the safety or risk of drugs, chemicals and disease during pregnancy and lactation.
INASP - International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications. INASP-Health is a cooperative network for organizations concerned with improving access to reliable information for health professionals in resource-poor countries.
Networks' vision is to empower and enable individuals, families and communities to improve their health; to create innovating and enduring NGO partnerships; to foster and support networks that enhance the scale and quality of family planning, reproductive health, child survival and HIV/AIDS programmes.
The Observatory aims to collect and to disseminate most valuable information on all relevant issues relating to health telematics, including health telematics, including European standards, regulatory and ethical issues.