WHO Collaborating Centre for Strengthening Rehabilitation Capacity in Health Systems

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Generating solutions to build health workforce capacity to ensure quality rehabilitation and long term care.

The Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Sydney is a designated collaborative centre of the World Health Organization (WHOCC).

The terms of reference and annual work plans of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Strengthening Rehabilitation Capacity in Health Systems are designed to support implementation of the WHO Global Disability Action Plan 2018-2021 and the regional priorities of the Western Pacific Region.

The WHO Collaborating Centre received official re-designation in June 2018 with a new title - WHO Collaborating Centre for Strengthening Rehabilitation Capacity in Health Systems. This follows four years of successful achievements in capacity building and contributing to research and evidence in rehabilitation and long term care service provision. The re-designated Centre’s four-year work plan will support implementation of the WHO Global Disability Action Plan 2018-2021 and the regional priorities of the Western Pacific Region. Further details of current and planned projects will be forthcoming.

 

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