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  • 1. S PA n I S H PAHO / W H O P O L I C Y D O C U M En T S PLANNING PUBLIC HEALTH ACTION: A COLLECTIVE VISION AND P U B L I C AT I O n OF COMMITMENT TO BETTER HEALTH. InTEREST ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR LA ECONOMÍA INVISIBLE 2008. Y LAS DESIGUALDADES DE The 2007–2008 annual report on the work of Available at: http://www. GÉNERO paho.org/Director/AR_2008/ default.htm the Pan American Sanitary Bureau highlights La desigual división sexual del the Bureau’s major work in providing trabajo es el factor explicativo technical cooperation during this period within the framework of the 2003–2007 and 2008–2012 Strategic Plans of the Pan American de muchas discriminaciones que Sanitary Bureau, defined by the Governing Bodies of the Pan American afectan a las mujeres. Para faci- Health Organization. litar la formulación de políticas públicas es necesario desarrollar métodos que permitan THE QUEST FOR A HEALTHY cuantificar y valorar la contribución económica del trabajo AMERICA: CELEBRATING 100 YEARS no remunerado de las mujeres en el hogar, la agricultura, la OF HEALTH producción de alimentos, la reproducción y la labor comu- Through the use of evocative archival and nitaria, y diseñar indicadores de género para dimensionar contemporary photographs, this book tells the story of public health in the Americas estos aportes en relación al producto interno bruto (PIB) de over the last century, revealing the countless los países. Asimismo se debe incluir en las estadísticas de los 2002, 152 pp., ISBN: 92 75 07384 8 changes that have occurred in human países a las personas que realizan trabajos no remunerados, US$ 20.00/ 20.00 in Latin health and socioeconomic development tal como establecen algunas de las acciones estratégicas America and the Caribbean Order code: MISC 05 in the Region. Its aim is to honor past planteadas en el marco de la Conferencia Regional sobre la Bilingual publication achievements and inspire future advances Integración de la Mujer en el Desarrollo Económico y Social in public health by describing contemporary struggles and the aspiration for health and equity by all the people of de 1994 y en la Plataforma de Acción para la Igualdad, Paz y the Americas. This collection of photo essays illustrates the power of Desarrollo de la Conferencia Mundial sobre la Mujer de 1995 human solidarity in achieving progress, generation by generation, in (Beijing 1995). La carencia de indicadores para la medición y communities and nations across the Region. valoración de la importancia de las actividades económicas no remuneradas, dado que son desarrolladas principalmente PRO SALUTE NOVI MUNDI: A por mujeres, hace invisible la verdadera contribución de las HISTORY OF THE PAN AMERICAN mujeres al bienestar y al desarrollo económico y social de HEALTH ORGANIZATION los países. Pro Salute Novi Mundi celebrates PAHO’s contribution to maintaining a united front Este libro presenta una colección de trabajos sobre aspec- against disease and improving health care tos conceptuales, metodológicos y empíricos de la medición y infrastructure throughout the Americas over valoración del tiempo dedicado por los miembros del hogar a its first 90 years. By recalling health care actividades productivas no de mercado, es decir no remune- 1992, 290 pp., ISBN 92 75 12079 X milestones, this volume pays tribute to the rables, que son invisibles desde el punto de vista de la conta- US$ 20.00/ 15.00 in Latin men and women of vision, determination, and America and the Caribbean bilidad nacional de los países. Order code: OP 104 knowledge who, under the auspices of the Available in Spanish, order Organization, blazed the trail toward health code: OT 104 for all. 2008, 298 pp., ISBN 978 92 75 33224 5. US$ 25.00/20.00 en países de América Latina y el Caribe. Código: OT 184 This publication tells it all—from the establishment of the Organization in 1902 and its evolution over the next 90 years to the struggles against smallpox, yellow fever, malaria, polio, natural disasters, Aedes aegypti, measles, cancer, and AIDS. Also examined are PAHO’s efforts to spread technology and encourage research, to fill the gaps in the health care workforce, to encourage healthy lifestyles, and to promote pro-health government policies.  HTTP://PUBLICATIONS.PAHO.ORG IT'S EASY TO ORDER PAHO PUBLICATIONS | SALES AGENTS IN YOUR COUNTRY | HTTP://PUBLICATIONS.PAHO.ORG | PAHO@BRIGHTKEY.NET
  • 2. REVISTA PAnAMERICAnA DE SALUD PúBLICA/ PAn AMERICAn JOURnAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH EVERY MONTH THE REVISTA/JOURNAL PROVIDES: AVAILABLE IN ELECTRONIC FORM: ❏ Original, peer-reviewed research articles in English, The Revista/Journal has its own interactive Web site, at: Portuguese, and Spanish; all original-research articles http://journal.paho.org. On the site you can access the include an abstract in the article’s original language current issue and back issues of the Revista/Journal . You and in a second language (English or Spanish). can also register to receive our monthly table of contents ❏ Coverage of emerging health trends and news from e-mail alert. the Americas on topics that include disasters, food The electronic version of the complete text of the Revista/ and nutrition, health economics, health systems and Journal is also available free of charge through SciELO services, infectious diseases, noncommunicable diseases, (http://www.scielo.org/) and for paid subscribers through maternal and child health, mental health, and women’s Ingenta Connect (http://www.ingentaconnect.com/), an health. online bibliographical service and global research gateway. Subscribers to Ingenta Connect can access all the Revista/ ABSTRACTED/INDEXED IN: Journal issues and other PAHO publications. Current Contents/Social & Behavioral Sciences, Social Sciences Citation Index, Index Medicus (MEDLINE/PubMed), Excerpta Medica (EMBASE), Latin American and Caribbean Health Sciences Literature (LILACS), Biological Abstracts, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, and many others. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2009. (Bulk discounts are also available.) Price of subscription in US$ (12 issues per year) Region Format 1 year Individual Institutions Latin America and the Caribbean* Print (bulk prices) 66.00 108.00 Electronic 52.00 86.00 Print 142.00 233.00 U.S.**/Canada/ Electronic 113.00 186.00 Outside the Americacs* Print & Electronic 199.00 328.00 * Price includes regular mail delivery. For air mail delivery to countries outside theSUBSCRIBE TO THE REVISTA/JOURNAL THROUGH:: United States, add per year US$ 75 for the first subscription and US$ 30 for each ❏ PAHO Online Bookstore: http://publications.paho.org additional subscription. ❏ PAHO/WHO Country Office (see page 32) ❏ PAHO Subscription Service ** For subscriptions acquired in the U.S., payment must be drawn against a U.S. bank in US$. PAHO Subscriptions Service Back and individual issues cost US$ 15, except for Special Issues devoted to a single P.O. Box 1897 topic, whose price is US$ 18 in Latin America and the Caribbean, and US$ 25 in the U.S., Lawrence, Kansas 66044, USA Canada, and countries outside the Americas. Tel.:(785) 843-1235 Fax: (785) 843-1274 E-mail: paho@allenpress.com TELEPHONE: (800) 472 –3046/(301) 617-7806 | |FAX: (301) 206-9789 | FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE PAGES 33-34 TELEPHONE: (800) 472-3046/(301) 617–7806 FAX: (301) 206–9789 | FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE PAGES 34–35 HTTP://PUBLICATIONS.PAHO.ORG   HAGA SU PEDIDO POR MEDIO DE | AGENTES DE VENTAS EN SU PAÍS | INTERNET: HTTP://PUBLICATIONS.PAHO.ORG | E-MAIL: PAHO@BRIGHTKEY.NET
  • 3. SUSCRIBE TO THE PAHO ELECTROnIC COLLECTIOn This service allows readers to access the Organization’s most frequently consulted titles in electronic format in two different ways: they can download specific chapters, sections, or an entire publication on a pay-per-view basis, or they can subscribe for one year to the entire collection. Subscribers have access to the Collection through the Ingenta Connect compilation service. Ingenta Connect is an online bibliographical service and global research gateway that offers: more than 700 full-text articles in PDF format (some free, some pay-per- view), linking of bibliographical references for indexed articles, and an easy-to-navigate, user- friendly format. Separately and together, the components of the PAHO Electronic Collection are valuable reference tools for decision makers in health-related issues, public health and medical professionals and students, scientific researchers, and all others interested in the potential contribution of human health to socioeconomic development and well-being. Code SUBSCRIBE FOR ONE YEAR TO THE PAHO ELECTRONIC COLLECTION IN ENGLISH Price based on the number of users ELEC 02* 1-499 500-1,999 2,000-4,999 5,000+ US$ 335.00 US$ 416.00 US$ 520.00 US$ 786.00 * These prices are for customers from US, Canada, and outside of the Americas All subscribers to this collection will have access to these titles: •Building Better Health: A Handbook of Behavioral Change; • Obesity and Poverty: A new Public Health Challenge; • Disasters: Selected Readings; • Recent Advances in Immunization, nd Edition; • Health in the Americas, 00 Edition; • The Challenge of Epidemiology: Issues and Selected Readings; • Health in the Americas, 00 Edition; • Vaccines: Preventing Disease and Protecting Health; • Health Promotion: An Anthology; • Youth: Choices and Change; • Health Statistics from the Americas, 00 Edition; • Zoonoses and Communicable Diseases Common to Man and • Health Statistics from the Americas, 00 Edition; Animals; • Investment in Health: Social and Economic Returns; • Public Health in the Americas All subscribers to this collection will also have access to the following Spanish titles: Alimentos, nutrición y la prevención del cáncer: una perspectiva mundial; Cómo escribir y publicar trabajos científicos, 4ta. ed.; El control de las enfermedades transmisibles, 17a edición; Estadísticas de salud de las Américas, edición de 2003; Promoción de la salud: una antología; Glosario de medicamentos: desarrollo, evaluación y uso; La salud en las Américas, edición de 2002; La salud y los derechos humanos. Aspectos éticos y morales; Zoonosis y enfermedades transmisibles comunes al hombre y a los animales, 3a ed., 3 volúmenes; Próximamente: Investigación aplicada en salud pública. Métodos cualitativos. This list of publications, already diverse in its offerings, will continue to expand over time. As the collection grows, the subscription price will remain the same, and those individuals who have already subscribed will have access to the newer works as well. TELEPHONE: (800) 472 –3046/(301) 617-7806 | |FAX: (301) 206-9789 | FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE PAGES 33-34 TELEPHONE: (800) 472-3046/(301) 617–7806 FAX: (301) 206–9789 | FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE PAGES 34–35 HTTP://PUBLICATIONS.PAHO.ORG 
  • 4. RIGHTS TO TRAnSLATE AnD REPRInT PAHO PUBLICATIOnS UNHAPPY HOURS: ALCOHOL AND PARTNER AGGRESSION IN THE AMERICAS (SEE PAGE 4) PAHO produces and disseminates reliable information and provides guidance in all matters dealing with public health policy and practice, as a way to fill the current breach between scientific and techni- cal analysis and the conduct of health promotion, disease prevention, and health care activities. We welcome publishers, government and academic institutions, and NGOs to become multipliers of the Organization’s scientific and technical information by making PAHO’s intellectual output avail- able in the appropriate languages in some of the world’s lesser-developed areas where access to basic and reliable public health information is critical. PAHO uses a standard licensing agreement adaptable to specific circumstances. Commercial and noncommercial requests will be considered as well, with the payment of nominal royalties to PAHO, depending on the particular case. APPLICATIOn TO TRA nSLATE OR REPRI nT PAHO PUBLICATIO nS G EnE R A L I n F O R M AT I On Institution name: Type of institution (government, profit, nonprofit, association, academic, other): Contact person: Address: Country: E-mail address: Fax number: P U B L I C AT I On I n F O R M AT I On Publication Title: Portions of the book or CD-ROM you wish to use, including page numbers or sections: I nT En D E D U S E O F T H E M AT E R I A L How do you plan to use the material? (reprint, translate) If for translation, to which language(s): Format description (print, database, Web, CD-ROM) What is the projected publication date? What is the projected pressrun? Do you plan to sell this product? If so, what will be the unit price? What is your planned distribution area? To obtain permission to translate or to reprint our books, in part or in full, please mail, fax, or e-mail this form to: Pan American Health Organization/Publications Area 525 23rd Street, NW • Washington, DC 20037 Fax: (202) 338-0869 • E-mail: pubrights@paho.org You may also fill out the form posted on http://publications.paho.org  HTTP://PUBLICATIONS.PAHO.ORG IT'S EASY TO ORDER PAHO PUBLICATIONS | SALES AGENTS IN YOUR COUNTRY | HTTP://PUBLICATIONS.PAHO.ORG | PAHO@BRIGHTKEY.NET
  • 5. 14th Inter-American Meeting, At the for Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment, Pan American Health Organization, 22 T I T L E I nD E X Ministerial Level, on Health and and Control, 25 Promoting Oral Health: The Use of Salt Agriculture (RiMSA 14) , 21 Health, 11 Fluoridation to Prevent Dental Caries, Alcohol and Public Health in the Health and Human Development 12 Americas: A Case for Action, 4 in the New Global Economy: The Recent Advances in Immunization, 15 Alcohol, Gender, Culture, and Harms in Contribution and Perspectives of Civil Regional Strategic Plan for Malaria in the Americas, 4 Society in the Americas, 10 the Americas 2006–2010, 20 Antimicrobial Resistance in the Americas: Health in the Americas: 2007, 13 Regional Strategy and Plan of Action Magnitude and Containment of the Health Promotion: An Anthology, 11 on an Integrated Approach to the Problem, 24 Health Statistics from the Americas, 2006 Prevention and Control of Chronic Atlas of Diabetes Education in Latin Edition, 14 Diseases, 20 America and the Caribbean, 21 Human Rights and Health, 9 Respiratory Infections in Children, 21 Beyond Survival: Integrated Delivery Investment in Health: Social and Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública/ Care Practices for Long-Term Maternal Economic Returns, 10 Pan American Journal of Public Health, and Infant Nutrition, Health and Juvenile Violence in the Americas: 23 Development, 18 Innovative Studies in Research, The Challenge of Epidemiology: Issues Building Better Health: A Handbook of Diagnosis, and Prevention, 6 and Selected Readings, 14 Behavioral Change, 11 La economía invisible y las The Quest for a Healthy America: Control of Yellow Fever: Field Guide, 16 desigualdades de género, 22 Celebrating 100 Years of Health, 22 Dengue and Dengue Hemorrhagic Management of Dead Bodies after Therapeutic Education: Proposal for Fever in the Americas: Guidelines for Disasters: A Field Manual for First a Theoretical Model Based on the Prevention and Control, 7 Responders, 8 Experiences of the Cuban Diabetes Disasters: Selected Readings, 8 Natural Disasters: Protecting the Public’s Program, 20 Domestic Violence: Women’s Way Out, 26 Health, 8 Tobacco-Free Youth: A “Life Skills” El control de las enfermedades NCD Surveillance Toolkit: Risk Factors for Primer, 11 transmisibles, 7 Non-Communicable Diseases, 21 Trade in Health Services: Global, El Reglamento sanitario internacional Nursing in the Americas, 17 Regional, and Country Perspectives, (2005) segunda edición, 24 Nutrition and an Active Life: From 10 El uso clínico de la sangre: manual de Knowledge to Action, 18 Unhappy Hours: Alcohol and Partner bolsillo, 12 Nutrition, Health, and Child Aggression in the Americas, 4 Elimination of Neonatal Tetanus: Field Development: Research Advances and Vaccines: Preventing Disease and Guide, 16 Policy Recommendations, 18 Protecting Health, 15 Elimination of Rubella and Congenital Obesity and Poverty: a New Public Health VIHdeo America: an Anthology of 10 Rubella Syndrome: Field Guide, 16 Challenge, 18 Years of HIV TV Spots in the Americas, Emergency Medical Services Systems Operations Research on Integrated 7 Development: Lessons Learned from Management of Childhood Illness, 6 Violence against Women: The Health the United States of America for PAHO Electronic Collection, 27 Sector Responds, 26 Developing Countries, 12 PAHO in the 21st Century: Leadership Well-Being, 11 Ethics and Law in the Study of AIDS, 9 and Cooperation in Public Health, 21 What UN Staff in Latin America and the Evaluation of the National Health System PAHO Machine Translation Software, 20 Caribbean Need to Say about the HIV Response to HIV in the Dominican Perspectives and Possibilities of Control Epidemic, 21 Republic, 20 and Eradication of Hydatidosis: Report Youth: Choices and Change, 5 Exclusion in Health in Latin America and of the PAHO/WHO Working Group, 25 Youth-Centered Counseling for HIV/STI the Caribbean, 10 Planning Public Health Action: A Prevention and Promotion of Sexual Guide for Participatory Local Assessment: Collective Vision and Commitment to and Reproductive Health: A Guide for Community Component of the IMCI Better Health. Annual Report of the Frontline Providers, 6 Strategy, 6 Director 2008, 20 Zoonoses and Communicable Diseases Guidelines for Vulnerability Reduction in Policies for the Reduction of Alcohol- Common to Man and Animals, Third the Design of New Health Facilities, 8 Related Violence that Affects Young Edition, 25 Guiding Principles for Complementary People, 5 Feeding of the Breastfed Child, 18 Polio Eradication: Field Guide, 16 Hantavirus in the Americas: Guidelines Pro Salute Novi Mundi: A History of the TELEPHONE: (800) 472 –3046/(301) 617–7806 | FAX: (301) 206–9789 | FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE PAGES 34–35 
  • 6. TíTULOS POR ORDEN ALFABéTICO ALCOHOL Years of HIV TV Spots in the Americas, 7 Health, 11 S U B J E C T In D E X Alcohol and Public Health in the EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND Health Promotion: An Anthology, 11 Americas: A Case for Action, 4 DISASTER RELIEF Tobacco-Free Youth: A “Life Skills” Alcohol, Gender, Culture, and Harms in Disasters: Selected Readings, 8 Primer, 11 the Americas, 4 Guidelines for Vulnerability Reduction in Well-Being, 11 Unhappy Hours: Alcohol and Partner the Design of New Health Facilities, 8 Aggression in the Americas, 4 NURSING Management of Dead Bodies after CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH Disasters: A Field Manual for First Nursing in the Americas, 17 Responders, 8 Guide for Participatory Local Assessment: HEALTH SYSTEMS AND SERVICES Community Component of the IMCI Natural Disasters: Protecting the Public’s Strategy, 6 Health, 8 El uso clínico de la sangre: manual de bolsillo, 12 Juvenile Violence in the Americas: ETHICS AND HUMAN RIGHTS Innovative Studies in Research, Emergency Medical Services Systems Diagnosis, and Prevention, 6 Ethics and Law in the Study of AIDS, 9 Development: Lessons Learned From the United States of America for Developing Operations Research on Integrated Human Rights and Health, 9 Countries, 12 Management of Childhood Illness, 6 HEALTH AND HUMAN Promoting Oral Health: The Use of Salt Policies for the Reduction of Alcohol- DEVELOPMENT/EQUITY Fluoridation to Prevent Dental Caries, 12 Related Violence That Affects Young People, 5 Exclusion in Health in Latin America and HEALTH TRENDS ASSESMENT/ the Caribbean, 10 EPIDEMIOLOGY Youth-Centered Counseling for HIV/STI Prevention and Promotion of Sexual Health and Human Development in the Health in the Americas: 2007, 13 and Reproductive Health: A Guide For New Global Economy: The Contribution Frontline Providers, 6 and Perspectives of Civil Society in the Health Statistics from the Americas, 2006 Americas, 10 Edition, 14 Youth: Choices and Change, 5 Investment in Health: Social and The Challenge of Epidemiology: Issues COMMUNICABLE DISEASES Economic Returns, 10 and Selected Readings, 14 Dengue and Dengue Hemorrhagic La Economía Invisible y las IMMUNIZATION AND VACCINE- Fever in the Americas: Guidelines for desigualdades de Género, 22 PREVENTABLE DISEASES Prevention and Control, 7 Trade in Health Services: Global, Control of Yellow Fever: Field Guide, 16 El Control de las Enfermedades Regional, and Country Perspectives, 10 Transmisibles, 7 Elimination of Neonatal Tetanus: Field HEALTH PROMOTION AND Guide, 16 El Reglamento Sanitario Internacional DISEASE PREVENTION (2005) segunda edición, 24 Elimination of Rubella and Congenital Building Better Health: A Handbook of Rubella Syndrome: Field Guide, 16 VIHdeo America: An Anthology of 10 Behavioral Change, 11 Polio Eradication: Field Guide, 16 0 IT'S EASY TO ORDER PAHO PUBLICATIONS | SALES AGENTS IN YOUR COUNTRY | HTTP://PUBLICATIONS.PAHO.ORG | PAHO@BRIGHTKEY.NET
  • 7. S U B J E C T In D E X Recent Advances in Immunization, 15 Regional Strategy and Plan of Action VETERINARY MEDICINE on an Integrated Approach to the Vaccines: Preventing Disease and Prevention and Control of Chronic Hantavirus in the Americas: Guidelines Protecting Health, 15 Diseases, 21 for Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Control, 25 NUTRITION Regional Strategic Plan for Malaria in the Americas 2006–2010, 20 Perspectives and Possibilities of Control Beyond Survival: Integrated Delivery and Eradication of Hydatidosis: Report of Care Practices for Long-Term Maternal Respiratory Infections in Children, 21 the PAHO/WHO Working Group, 25 and Infant, 18 Therapeutic Education: Proposal for Zoonoses and Communicable Diseases Guiding Principles for Complementary a Theoretical Model Based on the Common to Man and Animals, Third Feeding of the Breastfed Child, 18 Experiences of the Cuban Diabetes Edition, 25 Program, 20 Nutrition and an Active Life: From VIOLENCE Knowledge to Action, 18 What UN Staff in Latin America and the Caribbean Need to Say about the HIV Domestic Violence: Women’s Way Out, 26 Nutrition, Health, and Child Epidemic, 21 Development: Research Advances and Violence against Women: The Health Policy Recommendations, 18 PAHO Electronic Collection, 27 Sector Responds, 26 Obesity and Poverty: A New Public PAHO Machine Translation Software, 20 Health Challenge, 18 PAHO/WHO POLICY DOCUMENTS PAHO ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS Planning Public Health Action: a 14th Inter-American Meeting, at Collective Vision and Commitment to the Ministerial Level, on Health and Better Health. Annual Report of the Agriculture (RIMSA 14), 21 Director 2008, 22 Atlas of Diabetes Education in Latin Pro Salute Novi Mundi: A History of the America and the Caribbean, 21 Pan American Health Organization, 22 Evaluation of the National Health System The Quest for a Healthy America: Response to HIV in the Dominican Celebrating 100 Years of Health, 22 Republic, 20 PHARMACOLOGY NCD Surveillance Toolkit: Risk Factors for Non-Communicable Diseases, 21 Antimicrobial Resistance in the Americas: Magnitude and Containment of the PAHO in the 21st Century: Leadership Problem, 24 and Cooperation in Public Health, 21 Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública/ Planning Public Health Action: A Pan American Journal of. Public Health, Collective Vision and Commitment to 23 Better Health. Annual Report of the Director 2008, 20 TELEPHONE: (800) 472 –3046/(301) 617–7806 | FAX: (301) 206–9789 | FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE PAGES 34–35 1
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