Descubra la enttrevista vídeo del Dr. Phillipe Duclos, experto de la OMS - En francés

8 Junio 2015

El Dr. Philippe Duclos nos habla en una entrevista realizada por Isabelle Huguet-Wachsmuth de la importancia de los CAPI. Isabelle Huguet-Wachsmuth es responsable del foro HIFA-EVIPNET, dedicado a los países francófonos y tiende a apoyar, promover y reforzar la toma de decisión según bases factuales, facilitando así la mejora de la formulación de las políticas de salud al permitir los intercambios y debates entre las diferentes partes involucradas de la salud pública.

En la Mediateca hay otros vídeos disponibles.

 

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Esta entrevista forma parte de un debate más amplio sobre la vacunación y la inmunización con los expertos de la OMS del departamento Vacunas y Productos Biológicos. Entre los temas tratados, uno se centra en los CAPI operacionales. 

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