Case: Technical Analyst of World Health Organization

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Case: Technical Analyst of World Health Organization

Case: Technical Analyst of World Health Organization

NOW FOR AN ORIGINAL PAPER ASSIGNMENT: Case: Technical Analyst of World Health Organization

Imagine you are a Program Manager or Technical Analyst, working for the World Health Organization (WHO) or Non-governmental Organization (NGO). You have been asked to put together a PowerPoint presentation  of 8-10 slides, not including title or reference slides, about what you learned at the recent World Health Summit. Each slide with content should also include 150-200 word Speaker Notes.  Be sure to include the following information in your presentation:

  • Explain your job duties.
  • Describe the history and development of the Global Health Data Exchange (GHDx), and explain why it was formed.
  • Include the types of services it provides around the world.
  • Explain how the WHO, GHDx, and the World Health Summit are involved in world health, including information about how new technology is provided for foreign countries.
  • Provide and describe the types of health care technology available in foreign countries. This can include low-income, middle-income, and high-income economies.
  • Select 5 of the best health care organizations in the world, and summarize the services they provide. Explain why these are considered the best health care organizations in the world.
  • In a table, outline significant differences among 4 nations offering the best health care as compared to those that provide low-quality health care.

Be sure to support your information by citing at least 2 scholarly references using APA format.


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WHO seeks to provide independent data and technical assistance to countries to help them develop informed approaches to addressing the health implications of trade issues at the national, subregional and regional levels. Thus, the focus of WHO technical cooperation on issues related to trade agreements, intellectual property rights and access to medicines can be described as follows:

Informed country approaches to health and trade

  • Awareness raising and capacity building of policy makers and negotiators of the health impacts of international trade agreements, so as to ensure effective participation in international and regional negotiations, and that developing country needs and interests are adequately taken into account;
  • Review of national health, pharmaceutical and intellectual property policies, legislation and practices, with a view to promoting the development and incorporation of TRIPS safeguards within the national policy and legal framework; and
  • Continue monitoring and analyzing the impact of trade agreements on public health and access to essential medicines, including the impact of new trends and developments at the regional and bilateral levels

Policy and technical guidance on TRIPS Agreement, IP and public health

Critical to WHO’s technical cooperation programme is policy and technical guidance. WHO identify key issues related to the TRIPS Agreement and Doha Declaration implementation and provides policy guidance and technical advice through its publications and related documents, which are made available to member States. Such policy and technical documents undergo a review process, including consultations with other international organizations and independent experts. The most recent publications in the Health Economics and Drugs Series of the Department of Essential Drugs and Medicines Policy – a WHO series of analysis papers looking at the implications of the new trade and economic context on health and drug policies – include the following:

Country support and capacity building

Direct country support and regional meetings over the past years have contributed to heightened awareness of the relevant issues and, more importantly, increased capacity for effective participation in international and regional negotiations. WHO adopts a multi-agency approach in conducting briefings and training sessions for health, trade and patent officials, to ensure coherent decision- and policy- making, and will continue to do so.

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