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Fundamental Human Rights and a Standard of Health Emphasized for World Health Day

Each year, on April 7, the World Health Organization (WHO) hosts World Health Day, which spotlights both physical and mental health. This year’s event is meant to recognize nurses and other essential workers, who all work tirelessly, around-the-clock in revolutionizing the healthcare industry.

WHO was founded in 1945 and, as one of its first campaigns, launched the holiday in 1948, but it was first observed in 1950. The day is meant to bring to light the importance of physical and mental wellbeing, on a worldwide scale.

Over the course of the last 70 years, the holiday has put emphasis on climate change, childcare, numerous health-related issues, and mental health as well. It serves as a great opportunity to focus attention on matters which are affecting the global society.

This year’s theme is ‘Building a Fairer, Healthier World for Everyone’, in combatting the COVID-19 pandemic, which has crippled industries, forced many into poverty and continues to undercut overall health, on a global front.

Ways to Observe World Health Day

-Stay active and maintain optimal diets and trends among your household.

-Thank your nurses and fellow healthcare professionals for all they have done for us!

-Organize community events, volunteer, and donate.

-Take to social media to provide a voice in keeping the conversation going about current issues.

-Remain current in regard to the current WHD themes and past themes as well.

Five Calls to Action by WHO for World Health Day

-Accelerate equitable access to COVID-19 technologies between and within countries.

-Investment in primary health care.

-Prioritization of health and social protection.

-Build safe, healthy and inclusive neighborhoods.

-Strengthen data and health information systems.

Click HERE for the official World Health Day press release, courtesy of WHO.

At MedPro International, we recognize the stress the pandemic has caused for healthcare professionals. In conjunction with MedProU®, our comprehensive education program, we also offer our rewards program, The MedPro Experience®, which is intended to honor our valued frontline heroes, via personalized gifts of recognition, like work anniversaries, birthdays, and career milestones.


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