Maailma Terviseorganisatsiooni (WHO) materjalid Rahvusvaheliste Tervise-eeskirjade (IHR) 2005 rakendamise kohta

Key documents

IHR brief no. 1 Introduction to the IHR (2005)
IHR brief no. 2 Notification and other reporting requirements under the IHR (2005)
IHR brief no. 3 Points of entry under the IHR (2005)
Guidance for national policy-makers and partners
Three top priorities for States Parties
Ten things you need to do to implement the IHR
Frequently asked questions about IHR (2005)
Areas of work for IHR implementation. Guide for IHR implementation by States Parties
WHO event management for international public health security Operational Procedures
WHO interim guidance for IHR Annex 2


Legal issues and procedures

IHR implementation in national legislation Introduction to & toolkits for implementation in national legislation to the National IHR Focal Point  January 2009
States Parties to the IHR (2005)  A list of States Parties to the International Health Regulations (2005). As of 5 February 2008, 194 States were parties to the IHR (2005)
National IHR Focal Point guide. The designation or establishment of national IHR focal points


Monitoring and evaluation

Monitoring and evaluation of IHR (2005) implementation. Objectives, activities and expected results
Checklist and Indicators for Monitoring Progress in the Development of IHR Core capacities in States Parties
Draft plan for first review of IHR functioning. Draft plan for the first review of the functioning of the IHR(2005) in relation to pandemic (H1N1) 2009

Chemical emergencies

International Programme on Chemical hazards. WHO [cited 27 August 2008]
WHO Regional Office for Europe. Chemical safety [cited 27 August 2008]
Public health and chemical incidents. Guidance for national and regional policy makers in the public/environmental health roles. WHO, 1999 [cited 27 August 2008]
Identifiying & verifiying chemical incidents and emergencies of international concern
Key definitions
Poisoning Prevention and Management

Radiation emergencies

Ionizing radiation. WHO [cited 27 August 2008]
International Atomic Energy Agency. [cited 27 August 2008]
International Atomic Energy Agency, et al. Preparedness and response for a nuclear or radiological emergency requirements. 2002 [cited 27 August 2008]
Radiation Emergency Guidelines (English)
International Health Regulations - Radionuclear Emergencies. Link to WHO IHR Resource Centre web site
Radiation Emergency Assistance Centre/Training Site (REAC/TS). Part of the Oak Ridge Institute for Science, United States of America.
Radiation Event Medical Management. Link to a dedicated site by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

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