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    Integrated care for older people (‎ICOPE)‎: guidance for person-centred assessment and pathways in primary care

    The guidance in this handbook will help community health and care workers to put the Integrated care for older people (ICOPE) recommendations into practice. It ofers care pathways to manage priority health conditions associated with declines in intrinsic capacity – loss of mobility, malnutrition, visua...

    Integrated care for older people: guidelines on community-level interventions to manage declines in intrinsic capacity

    The provision of integrated care is key for older people. The WHO Guidelines on Integrated Care for Older People (ICOPE) propose evidence-based recommendations for health care professionals to prevent, slow or reverse declines in the physical and mental capacities of older people. These recommendations r...

    Guidelines for an integrated approach to the nutritional care of HIV-infected children (6 months-14 years)

    HIV infection can impair the nutritional status of infected children from early in life. Growth faltering and reduction in length and height often occurs even before opportunistic infections or other symptoms in almost all infected children. The content of these guidelines acknowledges that wasting and ...

    Policy guidelines for collaborative TB and HIV services for injecting and other drug users: an integrated approach

    These guidelines aim to provide a strategic approach to reducing morbidity and mortality related to TB and HIV among at-risk drug users and their communities in a way that promotes holistic and person-centered services. They are intended for professionals dealing with the drug users who have the most pro...

    Manual for the health care of children in humanitarian emergencies

    The objective of this manual is to provide comprehensive guidance on child care in emergencies. Existing guidelines, such as Integrated Management of Childhood Illness IMCI, assume a functioning health system that facilitates the referral of children, which may not be available in emergency situations. S...