Stephan Rabimov

Recent Contributions

Why is knowledge sharing critically important to public health?

Dec. 12, 2014
Knowledge sharing and management, provide a systematic approach through an activity (or series of activities) by which information is exchanged among networks and organizations. Knowledge sharing is a common approach to many recent public health solutions. When in 1993, the WHO declared a global TB emergency, and subsequently adopted the ...
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knowledge sharing Training

From Silos to Systems: Improving Knowledge Sharing for Public Health

Dec. 12, 2014
On December 5, 2014, Ministers of Health from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS), countries, which collectively account for almost 50% of global TB cases, made a historic commitment to provide first line TB medicines for all people with TB in these countries. BRICS ministers agreed to implement ...
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knowledge sharing Program Management Training

Reply to Towards the world we want: Article from WHO

Sept. 2, 2014
The World Health Organization, in its Global NCD Action Plan (GAP), outlines that "strengthening international cooperation for resource mobilization, capacity-building, health workforce training and exchange of information on lessons learnt and best practices" can significantly contribute to the reduction of NCD prevalence around the world. The WHO's GAP report further ...

International Management Development Programme begins 11th year with expanded course offerings

Jan. 8, 2014
The Union’s International Management Development Programme has become a highly regarded resource for public health management training over its first decade. Some 4,000 managers from around the world have benefited from IMDP courses, which are designed to build skills in key areas from budgeting and strategic planning to communications and ...
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technical assistance Training

Reply to [ARCHIVED] Managing Health Care Delivery: Your expertise

Sept. 11, 2013
Managing health care delivery is often a question of efficiency and effectiveness of the human resources and the health systems. In my recent op-ed on The Huffington Post, I use the example of the Global Fund Against TB, HIV, and Malaria, and highlight the following conclusions, drawn from our decade-long ...


Recent Recommendations

"Managing Health Care Delivery: Your expertise"

Managing Health Care Delivery: Your expertise

"International Management Development Programme begins 11th year with expanded course offerings"

MDR-TB Treatment & Prevention

"From Silos to Systems: Improving Knowledge Sharing for Public Health"

MDR-TB Treatment & Prevention

"Why is knowledge sharing critically important to public health?"

TB Infection Control