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List: Chronological list of topics of each media conference of the last 15 years
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2018 World Health Day List of Topics
Every year the Earth commemorates International Day of Physical Integrity on 7 April. As this year's topic focuses on universal healthcare, it will raise public understanding of the need for universal healthcare around the planet. Every year, the WHO sets a specific topic. They define the most pertinent problems of public heath at that point in tim.
To better understand what World Health Day 2018 means, we take a look at the historic list of themes for that date. There is a major commitment by the wider world to making essential healthcare accessible to all. It is therefore important to celebrate World Health day 2018 to drive the healthcare agenda forwards.
For the last 23 years, 1995 has been the year of global polio eradication. The first half of the twentieth millennium was characterized by pandemic outbreaks in Europe, North America, and Oceania. 1996: Healthy cities for a better life - Since the eighties, WHO has been promoting health city initiative with a particular emphasis on the creation of healthy lifestyles through the creation of natural and societal settings.
Hundreds of towns around the globe followed the 1996 campaign through a series of actions including government commitment, health urbanisation and more. The International Health Day 1997 called for better monitoring and controls of transmissible disease. With nearly 600,000 fatalities per year, this topic was selected as a key topic to increase consciousness and encourage better practice in protecting the life of new women, particularly in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa.
With an ageing society, promoting good healthcare for the aged is an important issue. WHO declared in 1999 actively ageing as the key topic of the International Day of Public Health in order to foster a healthy lifestyle for ageing people and to involve community participation around the world. The aim of this initiative was to raise people' understanding of the importance of safe circulation, promoting tests and promoting the availability of free and available circulation for all.
2001: Psychological health: An end to exclusion, the courage to care - stigmatisation is often an issue of psychological wellbeing. That is why WHO focused on the issue of psychological well-being to affect popular attitudes and avoid discriminatory practices. Physical activity for good Health - One of the biggest challenges facing the whole planet is the increase in noncommunicable disease.
In 2003, World Day of Health encouraged the betterment of the environment in which infants are raised to improve their wellbeing. Transport security - Often ignored as a public heath problem, 1.2 million persons died in 2004 in transport incidents every year. The 2004 World Day of Public Health focused on the promotion of a systematic policy to improve traffic road health in order to decrease the number of fatalities caused by car crashes.
Cooperation for good healthcare - good healthcare is a worldwide concern. Therefore, partnership is indispensable to ensure more comprehensive healthcare. Cooperation in the service of public health promoted a more holistic view of public policies on public health. 3. In a globalised environment with a constant flow of human beings and thus disease, public and private healthcare can represent a risk to public and private wellbeing.
The International Day of Security of Health 2007 fostered a world perspective to protect our world from health hazards. To protect human wellbeing from the negative impacts of climatic changes - As climatic changes create new and increased incidences of catastrophes, increased environmental degradation and other possible human illnesses, WHO has encouraged a greater emphasis on combating climatic changes in the area of wellbeing.
During 2009, WHO urged the search for strengthened and more robust infrastructure for clinics providing emergency care facilities. Urbanisation and health: It has serious implications for public heath, with effects such as environmental degradation, physical abuse, infectious diseases and more. Throughout 2010, WHO encourages government at all settings to foster better governance of cities.
There are no measures today, no cure tomorrow - Every year more and more cases of pharmaceutical resistant drugs are recorded worldwide. The 2011 International Health Day called for consolidating worldwide efforts to tackle antibiotic resistances through efficient policies. Healthy living brings happiness into the years - With a fast ageing population, it is important to guarantee a healthy lifestyle for all.
There is a need to do this to avoid non-communicable disease and to improve the lives of all populations. Quiet killer, Global healthcare crisis - In 2013, 40% of adult 25+ year olds were experiencing higher than usual levels of hypertension. During 2014, WHO supported the need to provide targeted preventive policies for these kinds of hazards.
The 2015 Global Health Day encouraged proactive cross-border efforts to deliver secure global access to secure global access to human nutrition. Hold the Rise: Beat Diabetes - Since 1980, four fold more worldwide live with diabetics. Against this background, the 2016 topic concentrated on increasing public consciousness and preventing the proliferation of diabetics.
Let's Talc - The latest figures show that today almost 300,000 million humans around the globe live with depressive disorders. 2018: Universelle Krankenversicherung - This year's motto is "Health for all". "Almost half the world's inhabitants have no primary care. WHO and its partner countries are working to increase 1 billion people's eligibility for public access to care by 2023.
That is why good heath remains one of the top priority areas in our developing society. Government, overseas partner, the business community and non-profit organisations around the globe are continuing to devote expertise, effort and funds to improving the quality of care around the globe. In spite of these endeavours, there are many challenging issues, among them atmospheric contamination, migratory flows, hunger insecurity, domestic violence, lack of accessibility, gender equity and resource availability.
However, the international healthcare system is continuing to enhance the overall healthcare landscape through proactive involvement, ongoing awareness-raising and powerful beliefs. Our belief is that our planet is a better place where sympathy can go where it is needed most. Therefore, we are dedicated to the service of those who minister to the earth.
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