The Weekly Public Health Bulletin Pakistan is a publication of the National Institute of Health, Ministry of Health Services, Regulations and Coordination, Pakistan. It provides up-to-date information on the current public health situation in Pakistan, including:
- - Disease outbreaks
- - Vaccination campaigns
- - Health promotion activities
- - Other public health initiatives
The purpose of the Weekly Public Health Bulletin Pakistan is to provide up-to-date information on the current public health situation in Pakistan, in order to help people, make informed decisions about their health.
The Weekly Public Health Bulletin Pakistan is intended for a wide range of readers, including:
- - Public health officials
- - Healthcare providers
- - Journalists
- - Researchers
- - The general public
Some of the key features of the Weekly Public Health Bulletin Pakistan include:
- - A summary of the current public health situation in Pakistan
- - A breakdown of disease outbreaks by province
- - Information on upcoming vaccination campaigns
- - Articles on public health topics
- - Resources for Prevention from diseases and health education information
The information in the Weekly Public Health Bulletin Pakistan is collected from a variety of sources, including Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response data from DHIS-2 dashboard of The Ministry of Health, Field Surveillance teams, Input from audience and Research institutions
The Weekly Public Health Bulletin Pakistan is published every week on Tuesday.
The Weekly Public Health Bulletin Pakistan can be accessed online at the website www.phb.nih.org.pk
The information in the Weekly Public Health Bulletin Pakistan is reviewed by a team of public health experts.
You can subscribe to the Weekly Public Health Bulletin Pakistan by email email@example.com. You can also find it on social media.
Feedback on the Weekly Public Health Bulletin Pakistan can be submitted to the National institute of Health via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Public Health Bulletin (PHB) is a communication tool used by the government and health sector to publicly disseminate accurate, objective, reliable, and timely information, and guidelines to minimize public health threats
The purpose of the PHB is to provide to public health professionals, researchers, health professionals, students, and the public a trusted, influential, and timely source of national information and recommendations that will mitigate public health threats.
The PHB fosters the development of national public health capacity by creating opportunities for health professionals in the early stages of their careers to interact with public health specialists, increasing their skills to write and publish PHB articles that influence the adoption of key public health policies.
A registered reviewed can review the document and can give his/her suggestions about a written article etc.
Website will be updated regularly.