Dr. Nabarro on issues such as Infectious Diseases, Managing Outbreaks and Health Emergencies, Antimicrobial Resistance, Countering the threat of Non-Communicable Diseases, Health through the Life Cycle, SDGs and Health, Health Systems and Universal Health Coverage, Environment and Health: Innovation in WHO, and The WHO of the Future.
The first in a series of reflections on issues that I know are of interest to many different actors.
We can eradicate two diseases in the coming five years and we must prepare to eradicate more.
Outbreaks and Emergencies
The World Health Organization can get it right.
Responses to antimicrobial resistance urgently need strategic leadership.
Chronic or Non-Communicable Diseases
Threats posed by chronic or non-communicable diseases.
Sustainable Development Goals
A prescription for the health of all people and the planet.
Universal Health Coverage
Why universal health coverage and functioning health systems are so important.
One Health and the evolving discipline of planetary health.
Women’s, Children’s and Adolescent’s Health
The WHO must advance efforts both globally and in-country to drive real progress.
Regional Offices within One WHO
Adaptable and well-functioning country offices are the heart of a strong and relevant WHO.
My Journey in International Health
I have worked alongside fellow medical doctors and health workers in more than 50 countries.