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1. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Digital Repository has more than 35,000 publications online at http://repositorio.cepal.org/

2. Queens Library, New York - Twitter Tutorial (Download)

3. Matheson, AI; Walson JL; Pfeiffer, J; and Holmes, K (2014). Sustainability and Growth of University Global Health Programs. A Report of the Center for Strategic and International Studies Global Health Policy Center and University of Washington Department of Global Health (Download)

4. Chatham House Report (2014). What’s the World Health Organization For? Final Report from the Centre on Global Health Security Working Group on Health Governance. The Royal Institute of International Affairs, London,10 St James’s Square London SW1Y 4LE May 2014 (Download)

5. Silberschmidt, G (2009). The European Approach to Global Health: Identifying Common Ground for a U.S.–EU Agenda
A Report of the CSIS Global Health Policy Center, November 2009 (Download)

6. Rodrigues, R (2010). Technical Note: International Trends on Hospital Information Systems. January 2010 (Download)

7. Ramsaroop, P; Stull, R; Rodrigues, RJ; and Hernandez, A. (2003). Cybercrime, Cyberterrorism, and Cyberwarfare: Critical Issues in Data Protection for Health Services. Information System Technology and Health Services Delivery, Health Services Organization Unit (THS/OS), Pan American Health Organization, Washington, DC, 2003, 85 p. ISBN 92 75 12464 7 (Download)

8. Ward, KC; Noblin, A; and Kahlon, S. (2013). Competencies for Global Health Informatics Education: Leveraging the US Experience (Download)

9. Masum, H; Lackman, R; and Bartleson, K (2013). Developing global health technology standards: what can other industries teach us?. Globalization and Health 9:49, 2013 (Download)

10. Nicholson, D; Yates, R; Warburton, W; and Fontana, G (2015). Delivering Universal Health Coverage: A Guide for Policymakers. Report of the WISH Universal Health Coverage Forum 2015 (Download)

11. WHO (2015). Health in All Policies: Training Manual. ISBN 978 92 4 150798 1, Geneva (Download)

12. Tobar, F [Coordinador] (2014). Respuestas a las enfermedades catastróficas. CIPPEC Buenos Aires (Download)

13. Wyber, R; Vaillancourt, S; Perry, W; Mannava, P; Folaranmi, T; and Celi, LA (2015). Big data in global health: improving health in low- and middle-income countries. Bull World Health Organ 2015;93:203–208 (Download)

14. Narain, JP (2015). Responding to the Ebola virus disease in West Africa: Lessons for India. Indian J Med Res 141, March 2015, pp 263-265 (Download)

15. WHO/World Bank (2015). Tracking Universal Health Coverage: First Global Monitoring Report. WHO, Geneva. ISBN 978 92 4 156497 7 (Download)

16. ECLAC (2012). eHealth Handbook for Managers of Healthcare Services and Systems. Spanish Health Informatics Society (SEIS) and the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), United Nations Publication ISBN: 978-84-695-4145-6 (Download)

17. Salerno, R (2015). International public health organizations need to guide innovation in public health. Panam J Public Health 38(6), 2015 (Download)

18. MEDICOS Año XVII N0. 91, Marzo (2016). La revista Médicos Medicina Global espublicación bimestral y propiedad de Editorial Médicos S.R.L Buenos Aires - Argentina (Download)

19. Lifschitz, E; Martich, E; Tobar, S y Watman, R (2017). Agencias de evaluación de tecnologías sanitarias: Lecciones aprendidas en países de Latinoamérica y Europa. Instituto de Medicina para la Seguridad Social y Evaluación Tecnológica (IMSSET), Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Buenos Aires. ISBN 978-987-46571-0-7 (Download)

20. Buss, PM and Tobar, S (2017). Diplomacia em Saúde e Saúde Global - Perpectivas Latino-Americanas. Fundação Oswaldo Cruz Editora (Download)

 

 

 

 

 

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