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Promoting Cardiovascular Health Worldwide: Perspective on the 12 Recommendation of the Institute of Medicine

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Promoting Cardiovascular Health Worldwide:
Perspective on the 12 Recommendations from the Institute of Medicine

Edited by Valentin Fuster, Jagat Narula, Rajesh Vedantahan, Bridget B. Kelly

Cardiovascular disease and related noncommunicable diseases were once considered a problem that only wealthy, industrialized nations faced. Together, they now rank as the leading cause of death across the globe. The vast majority of those deaths—more than 80 percent—occur in low- and middle-income countries. To address this massive global health problem, the U.S. Institute of Medicine formed a committee to create a set of tangible recommendations that would catalyze and focus action. In this special issue, Promoting Cardiovascular Health Worldwide, some of the world's foremost authorities on cardiovascular disease elaborate on the Institute of Medicine's 12 recommendations. The 12 feature articles provide concrete examples of programs that are working effectively on the ground, reflect on global progress madeand define a way forward.

Promoting Cardiovascular Health Worldwide was produced by Scientific American Custom Media in collaboration with Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Download

  • Recommendation 6: Improve Access to CVD Diagnostics, Medicines and Technologies

    Delivering Care Where It’s Needed

    K. Srinath Reddy, Rajesh Vedanthan, Sylvester Kimaiyo, Andrew B. Hughey, Kim A. Eagle and Thomas C. Crawford

  • Recommendation 7: Collaborate to Improve Diet

    Get Down to Business

    Jose M. Saavedra

  • Recommendation 8: Improve Local Data

    Collecting Reliable Data

    C. James Hospedales, Reza Malekzadeh, Daniela Godoy, Andrew Mirelman and Paolo Boffetta

  • Recommendation 9: Define Resource Needs

    What Will It Take to Do More?

    Rachel A. Nugent and Celina Gorre

  • Recommendation 10: Research to Assess What Works in Different Settings

    One Size Does Not Fit All

    Cristina Rabadán-Diehl, Evan Bennett, Carlos Peyra and Silvia Fuster

  • Recommendation 11: Disseminate Knowledge and Innovation among Similar Countries

    Share What Works

    Shanthi Mendis, C. James Hospedales and Jagat Narula

  • Recommendation 12: Report on Global Progress

    The WHO Monitoring Model

    Shanthi Mendis and Oleg Chestnov

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