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WHO’s first global report on sepsis

WHO calls for global action on sepsis - cause of 1 in 5 deaths worldwide

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WHO’s first global report on sepsis finds that the effort to tackle millions of deaths and disabilities due to sepsis is hampered by serious gaps in knowledge, particularly in low- and middle-income countries. According to recent studies, sepsis kills 11 million people each year, many of them children. It disables millions more. Patients who are critically ill with severe COVID-19 and other infectious diseases are at higher risk of developing and dying from sepsis.

Support breastfeeding for a healthier planet

WHO and UNICEF called on governments

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Breastfeeding provides every child with the best possible start in life. It delivers health, nutritional and emotional benefits to both children and mothers, and it forms part of a sustainable food system. But while breastfeeding is a natural process, it is not always easy. Mothers need support – both to get started and to sustain breastfeeding. In line with the theme “Support breastfeeding for a healthier planet”,  WHO and UNICEF called on governments to protect and promote women’s access to skilled breastfeeding counselling, a critical component of such support. Breastfeeding counselling can help mothers to build confidence while respecting their individual circumstances and choices. Improving access to skilled counselling can also extend the duration of breastfeeding and promote exclusive breastfeeding, with benefits for babies, families and economies.  
 

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“Internationalization and How to Apply for International Grants” Workshop

Kerman University of Medical Sciences

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Online workshop, Internationalization and How to Apply for International Grants, was held on 16 September 2020 by KMU directorate for international affairs with collaboration of the secretariat of WHOCCs in Iran and network of international research centers (NIRC) to enhance the international communication of Kerman University of Medical Sciences and the research centers with the presence of more than 100 participants.

internationalization issues, international grants and how to achieve them were taught by Dr. Bagher AmirHeidari, Director of International Affairs of KMU, and Mahdiyeh Barjesteh, Senior Officer of International Relations.

WHO/EMRO, Regional Webinar on Ethics of COVID-19 Research in EMR: Governance, Regulations, Monitoring Mechanisms

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7 July 2020‒ WHO/EMRO, held the Regional Webinar on Ethics of COVID-19 Research in EMR:  Governance, Regulations, Monitoring Mechanisms. 

The meeting was inaugurated by Dr Ahmed Mandil, Coordinator, Research and Innovation  of EMR office. 

Then, the meeting continued by a lecture by  Prof Amir Jafarey, Head of Centre of Biomedical Ethics and Culture, Karachi, Pakistan  on the   background of his center, Pakistan experience, proposed recommendations”.

The second speaker was Prof Bagher Larijani,  Director of  Center for Medical Ethics and History of Medicine Research Center, Iran, who provided the meeting audience with talks on Iran experience against Covid-19. 

 

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