Publications

Publications

The Western Pacific Region Publications Office consolidates publishing activities throughout the Region.  It produce publications and other information products  in coordination with technical units — in print and electronic form — mostly on important scientific and technical issues, in the form of accessible manuals and guidelines, and current health concerns in the Region.

The Western Pacific Region Publications Office works in close coordination with WHO Press to form an integral part of the knowledge management and communications culture of the World Health Organization.  Closely tied to the work of WHO, each publication articulates part of a global plan, conveying information that can push the world forward through the protection and promotion of health with commitment to quality and dedicated focus on customer service.

Full texts of all Western Pacific Region information products are available and downloadable online from the WHO WPRO IRIS site.  Ordering information for printed copies is also available at  the WHO Press web site.

We welcome your comments and suggestions for the improvement of this site at the following address: wpropub@who.int

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Hinari Research for Health

The Hinari Access to Research for Health programme is a partnership with major publishers to provide free or very low-cost online access to biomedical and health literature journals to local, not-for-profit institutions in developing countries. It benefits health workers and researchers, and in turn, contributes to improving global health.

WHO Western Pacific Library

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