Who launched the rehabilitation 2030 initiative?

The World Health Organization (WHO) has made rehabilitation one of its main priorities in the coming years through the Rehabilitation 2030 initiative. The objectives of this complementary meeting were (to agree on) a framework for research on health policies and systems for rehabilitation; (to identify the initial research questions) and (to outline) the factors that allow and the barriers to developing health systems and policy research capacity in rehabilitation. The first two days included presentations on the current situation of rehabilitation services in several countries and the efforts made by several member states to integrate rehabilitation into their health care systems. Department of Physical Medicine, Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, School of Medicine of the University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, PR, USA.

UU. He maintains that coordinated promotion by professional rehabilitation groups, subspecialties and users is required to achieve this goal. We recognize the growing importance of health policy planning to improve access to rehabilitation services. Create strong leadership and political support for rehabilitation at the subnational, national and global levels.

Technologies and knowledge exist to rehabilitate many of these symptoms, but their availability is inadequate in many parts of the world, especially in low- and middle-income countries. These initiatives are intended to draw attention to the growing unmet need for rehabilitation in the world; to highlight the role of rehabilitation in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals proposed by the United Nations; to call for coordinated and concerted global action to strengthen rehabilitation in health systems. Rehabilitation is unique in its contribution to this public health agenda because it focuses on optimizing function. Rehabilitation in health systems provides key recommendations for countries and relevant stakeholders to strengthen and expand the availability of quality rehabilitation services.

The purpose of this article is to report on the scientific events of these two days, which will most likely mark the history of rehabilitation. Their common goal was to launch the Rehabilitation 2030 call for action and to present the WHO recommendations on rehabilitation in health systems. Develop a strong multidisciplinary rehabilitation workforce that is appropriate to the country's context and promote rehabilitation concepts throughout the education of health personnel. Build comprehensive models of providing rehabilitation services to progressively achieve equitable access to quality services, including care products, for the entire population, including those living in rural and remote areas.

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