HOME >> MEDICINE >> NEWS
Lancet's coverage of the World Health Organization Director-General election

The Lancet begins its coverage of WHO's Director-General elections by publishing profiles of each of the recently named candidates in this week's World Report.

The 13 candidates nominated for the most prominent position in global health--Director-General of WHO--were finally revealed last week, just over 3 months after the tragic and unexpected death of the previous WHO Director-General, Lee Jong-wook.

The Lancet comments: "The Lancet will be closely following the campaign as it develops. This week, we publish short profiles of each of the candidates, summarising their relevant experience and achievements. As the election process continues, we hope to publish more detailed statements from the candidates on our website, discussing their priorities for WHO and what changes they think are needed to enable the organisation to function effectively and successfully. We hope you will join the debate."


'"/>

Contact: Joe Santangelo
j.santangelo@elsevier.com
212-633-3810
Lancet
14-Sep-2006


Page: 1

Related medicine news :

1. Rotavirus vaccine papers win the Lancets Paper of the Year 2006
2. Two papers win the Lancets Paper of The Year 2005
3. Most seniors now have drug coverage, U-M study shows
4. UCSF policy expert presents recommendation for health coverage
5. Absence of health insurance coverage costs $1.47B in Maryland
6. Media coverage of autism differs dramatically
7. Independent evaluation finds GAVI funding to poor countries can boost childhood vaccine coverage
8. Webcast: Media coverage of health
9. RSVP 3/28 telecon: Is equal coverage for mental health possible?
10. Newspaper coverage of neurologic conditions incorrect 20 percent of the time, study shows
11. Research links coverage by top current affairs programme to rise in adverse drug reports

Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:


(Date:7/10/2020)... ... July 10, 2020 , ... Inversion therapy is defined by Healthline.com, as a ... relieve back pain.” Ergo, the theory is that if the body’s point of gravity ... the spine using the head and upper body as the "weights" needed to stretch ...
(Date:7/10/2020)... (PRWEB) , ... July 09, 2020 , ... ... on addressing unmet needs in the field of urology, today announced that Miguel ... UroLift® Center of Excellence. The designation recognizes that Dr. Mercado has achieved a ...
(Date:7/10/2020)... TAMPA, Fla. (PRWEB) , ... July 10, 2020 ... ... Expresso® Release 3.0 featuring our Business Partner Vetting (BPV) Portal ... cyber-security questionnaires and upload requested documents. No more manually mailing, tracking, and performing ...
(Date:7/7/2020)... ... July 07, 2020 , ... The Germ-Fogger™ disinfecting ... to efficiently sanitize large surfaces is now available in Mexico and Latin America. ... in that region. , In this era of worldwide pandemic, the ability to ...
(Date:7/2/2020)... ... July 02, 2020 , ... ... the treatment of autoimmune diseases. Its lead indication is vitiligo. Vitiligo patients ... this time. , While vitiligo is equally prevalent in all ethnic ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):
(Date:7/10/2020)... ... 10, 2020 , ... COMPLIANCY GROUP in its continued efforts ... Business associates create, receive, transmit, store, and maintain protected health information (PHI) on ... be HIPAA compliant, ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of PHI. , ...
(Date:7/7/2020)... ... July 07, 2020 , ... CHESS Health, the ... the leading comprehensive platform for online education on mental health, substance use, and ... Substance Use Disorder (SUD) patients throughout each step of the treatment process. , ...
(Date:7/7/2020)... ... July 07, 2020 , ... Halifax-based startup, Cribcut, ... a hair service provider. Now called Bright, the company has launched a workplace ... includes beauty amenities as well as an array of well-being services that can ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:
Cached News: