(MENAFN- Trend News Agency ) World Health Organization leaders have broken ground in Lyon, France on a school they hope will share innovations in healthcare with professionals worldwide. They plan to open the WHO Academy in 2024, Trend reports citing NHK .
WHO leaders want to provide practitioners with the latest information on infectious diseases and medical technology. Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said they want to invest in people and a healthier future.
The pandemic has highlighted the need to share information quickly. But WHO officials said it can take more than a decade to put life-saving guidelines into practice.
Instructors will provide online training for a wide range of jobs in public health. They will offer drills on how to deal with infectious diseases and large-scale disasters.
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