World Homecare and Hospice Organization (WHHO)
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16 Oct 1993, Bermuda (USA), as World Organization for Care in the Home and Hospice (WOCHH) -- Organisation mondiale de soins à domicile.
Assist governments, accrediting bodies and research organizations in developing responsible and scientifically sound public policy on care in the home and hospice; initiate, sponsor, and promote among universities and other research institutes clinical activities and epidemiologic and clinical research into health services and diseases - Alzheimer's, osteoporosis - and clinical issues - chronic pain control - most appropriately studied in the home setting; improve the status of home care in the medical school curriculum and encourage and participate in design of curricular materials for all who work in the home setting; encourage exchange of information and ideas among health care practitioners, researchers and policy makers; encourage and assist in developing appropriate technology for home care; assist in providing humanitarian aid to individuals in the home setting.
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