This site presents the most comprehensive Australian web links/engine on AIDS, Diabetes, Hepatitis, Arthritis, Allergy and Asthma, Cancer and other conditions, together with pointers to national and international medical journals, references and mailing lists. The site is provided as a network resource for ease in navigating the web, and is designed to assist users with minimum web literacy. The target group for this site is all medical professionals, patients and carers.
The new resource provides a searchable database of concise, easy-to-read summaries of research relevant to health policy in developing countries. A wide range of subjects is covered, including health sector reform, maternal and child health, sexual and reproductive health, disease and disability, and environmental health. id21 Health also offers this information in a free email newsletter, 'id21HealthNews', for those with limited internet access.
The National Institute for Health Care Management Research and Educational Foundation (NIHCM Foundation) is a non-profit, non-partisan group that conducts research on health care issues. The Foundation disseminates research findings and analysis that promote and enhance access to health care and the efficiency and effectiveness of health care services and delivery.
TDR supports goal-oriented research. Research opportunities and priorities - defined in the various Steering Committee and Task Force workplans - should be studied before submitting a grant application. In addition to the research opportunities outlined in the scientific workplans, specific research proposals and letters of interest can be called for at any time of year.
ENRECA stands for Enhancement of Research Capacity and is a bilateral research programme financed by the Danish International Development Agency, Danida. The ENRECA Health Network functions as an umbrella for twelve health related research projects as well as for the organising of a number of activities: cross disciplinary PhD courses, seminars and meetings on issues within international health.
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.
Look up the most popular medical & pharmaceutical acronyms and abbreviations, and find out what they stand for.
This electronic database replaces the printed version of the IDHL, produced by the World Health Organization (WHO) from 1948 to 1999. The electronic version allows users to search for the text of legislation via country, subject, volume, issue, or keyword. Results produce a summary of the legislation in English or a title, sometimes with a link to the full text.
The 2002 edition of International travel and health has been completely redesigned to reflect better knowledge about the risks to which travellers are exposed and the precautions needed to protect their health. The book offers guidance on the full range of health risks likely to be encountered at specific destinations and associated with different types of travel – from business, humanitarian and leisure travel to backpacking and adventure tours.
Virtual Medical Worlds is a monthly Virtual Magazine on telemedicine and high performance computing and networking for readers interested in computer applications in medical environments.