Commonwealth Health Ministers' Update 2011
Produced for the annual Commonwealth Health Ministers' Meeting, the Commonwealth Health Ministers' Update 2011 is a resource for ministers on topical health priorities. The theme for the 2011 Meeting is "Non-communicable diseases - A priority for the Commonwealth."
This accompanying Update provides comprehensive and essential information on the non-communicable disease epidemic:
* An overview of non-communicable diseases in the Commonwealth
* Prevalence reports from Commonwealth regions
* How Commonwealth countries are responding to noncommunicable diseases
* How to protect vulnerable groups within country populations
* Case studies of key initiatives to control non-communicable diseases
* The economic impact of non-communicable diseases
A special reference section summarizes the latest information on non-communicable diseases in the Commonwealth and the responses by member countries.
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