At the IBP Strategy meetings in 2011, the partners decided to drop the words "best practice" from their name and just become the IBP Initiative.
As a partnership we want to focus attention on the fact
Between 2007 and 2011 IBP partners support advancing universal access and addressing social determinants of health by recognizing the sexual and reproductive health needs of people with
The IBP Consortium would like to thank Maggie Usher-Patel, Scientist/IBP Secretariat, WHO/RHR (retired), for the preparation of the
April 4-15, 2011
Looking Beyond Numbers: Measuring the Value of Communities of Practice (CoPs) for Global Health.
The purpose of this two-week forum is to bring novices as well as veterans together
March 2-16, 2011
Emergency contraception: How far have we come? What's new? What's next?
This two-week discussion explored evidence and issues related to the
January 24 to February 4, 2011
The purpose of this two-week discussion was to share experiences in using virtual communities of practice (CoPs) for
2009: The contribution of health professions to primary health care and the global health agenda supported by WHO/RHR/IBP Secretariat and WHO Department of Human Resources for Health
Advancing universal access and addressing social determinants of health by IBP recognizing the sexual and reproductive health needs of people with disabilities.
In support of the Convention on the Rights
8-16 November 2010
The purpose of this discussion was to inform the WHO guidance development process by exploring issues related to enhancing the effectiveness of different cadres of health workers
At the IBP Africa launch partners were introduced to the WHO/UNFPA Strategic Partnership Program (SPP). The purpose of this programme is to promote the introduction and adaptation of guidelines from
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