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*  The Grand Challenges in Global Health
The ESC advisory service was created to address ESC issues identified at the start of GCGH research projects, as well as ... accessibility, regulatory issues, collection, management, and storage of tissue samples, corruption and poor governance, and ... An advisory service co-leader and a lead bioethicist are assigned to each GCGH project. During the initial phase of ... As is the case with most health initiatives, the GCGH have been subject to a fair degree of criticism. A very widely circulated ...
*  Translational bioinformatics
Companies are now able to provide whole human genome sequencing and analysis as a simple outsourced service. Second- and third- ... Translational bioinformatics (TBI) is an emerging field in the study of health informatics, focused on the convergence of ... TBI was then presented as means to facilitate data organization, accessibility and improved interpretation of the available ... For instance, the GenBank database, funded by the National Institute of Health (NHI), currently holds 82 billion nucleotides in ...
*  Rural area
The Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services defines the word rural as ... Rural health definitions can be different for establishing under-served areas or health care accessibility in rural areas of ... Chapel Hill: North Carolina Rural Health Research Program, Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research, University of ... "Residents of metropolitan counties are generally thought to have easy access to the relatively concentrated health services of ...
*  Microsimulation
Department of Health and Human Services uses the static microsimulation Transfer Income Model (TRIM) to understand the ... Improving data accessibility. There are general purpose programming languages, in addition to topic-specific programs (see ... Similarly, in a public health model individuals could vary in their resistance to a virus, as well as in personal habits that ... In health sciences Microsimulation refers to a type of simulation modeling that generates individual life histories. The ...
*  List of Statutory Rules of Northern Ireland, 2003
66) Police Service of Northern Ireland (Conduct) Regulations 2003 (S.R. 2003 No. 68) Health and Personal Social Services (2001 ... 36) Public Service Vehicles Accessibility Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2003 (S.R. 2003 No. 37) Public Service Vehicles ( ... 197) Health and Social Services Trusts (Exercise of Functions) (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2003 (S.R. 2003 No. ... 426) Health and Personal Social Services (Assessment of Resources) (Amendment No. 2) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2003 (S.R. ...
*  Independent pharmacy
Furthermore, the study found that 83% of sole community pharmacists provide important services to other health care ... are far more likely than chain pharmacies to operate in traditionally underserved and rural areas where patient accessibility ... A study conducted by the RUPRI Center for Health Policy Analysis and the North Carolina Rural Health research & Policy Analysis ... The most commonly offered services by independent pharmacies are delivery services. Most independent pharmacies provide durable ...
*  Pitt Meadows
The Pitt Meadows Paddling Club received the 2011 Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows Accessibility and Inclusion Award in both the Leisure ... In 2003, the airport was undergoing expansion to support scheduled passenger service for short-haul prop-driven planes. The ... Within the community, the largest employment sectors are, in order of importance: Primary (20%); Education and Health (19%); ... Access Transit provides accessible door-to-door transportation service in the Metro Vancouver region, which includes Pitt ...
*  AIDS Information Centre
Among the integrated services offered are education and counseling on Reproductive health issues for the HIV positive and ... AIC uses a multi-faceted approach in order to increase accessibility and HCT utilisation Client initiated HCT is provided at ... AIC supported the Uganda Ministry of Health to extend HCT services nearer to the communities by supporting HCT in 33 districts ... This HCT service delivery strategy is now referred to as the "Moonlight HCT services". For distant areas with difficult terrain ...
*  Nurse practitioner
... surgical services, orthopedics, women's health, and other specialties. The core philosophy of the nurse practitioner role is ... Johnson Foundation have proposed a national model of full autonomy in professional practice to provide better accessibility to ... Website - Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency Website - Australian College of Israeli Ministry of Health - ... including screening and immunizations Providing primary and specialty care services, health-maintenance care for adults, ...
*  Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library
... health, and public health care information needs of Yale University and the Yale-New Haven Medical Center." The Library was ... According to its mission statement, the Library "strives to be a center of excellence that develops and sustains services and ... accessibility_copy.pdf. 2016. Retrieved 11/28/17. Check date values in: ,access-date= (help); External link in ,website= (help ... As of 2016, the Library provided Yale users with access to over 23,000 online journals in the health sciences, as well as ...
*  Unwarranted variation
... (or geographic variation) in health care service delivery refers to differences that cannot be explained ... Part 1: The Content, Quality, and Accessibility of Care, The Annals of Internal Medicine, 2003; 138: 273-287. Fisher, ES et al ... Unwarranted variation (or geographic variation) in health care service delivery refers to medical practice pattern variation ... the misuse of preference-sensitive treatments and overuse of supply-sensitive services. According to Health Dialog, a privately ...
*  List of countries with universal health care
... public administration and accessibility." The system is for the most part publicly funded, yet most of the services are ... Free Health care: Free health care refers to a publicly funded health care that provides primary services free of charge or a ... The National Health Service (NHS), created by the National Health Service Act 1946, has provided the majority of healthcare in ... Hong Kong has early health education, professional health services, and well-developed health care and medication system. The ...
*  Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Accessibility can be grouped into three main groups. 1. physical accessibility 2. service accessibility 3. accessibility to ... particularly in the areas of health, employment, education and social services, in such a way that these services and ... Malta interprets the right to health in Article 25 of the Convention as not implying any right to abortion. It also reserves ... It also interprets Article 25(f), which bars the discriminatory denial of health care, as permitting a person to refuse medical ...
*  Fleming College
Ensuring accessibility and financial aid for students in need is among the highest priorities at Fleming College. Fleming has ... Most recently, students hosted the Fleming College Police Foundations Outstanding Police Officer Service Award, participated in ... Health and Wellness, Justice and Community Development, Skilled Trades and Technology, and Continuing Education. Fleming ... and social services. It also offers a number of post-graduate diplomas in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Aquaculture, ...
*  Jim Himes
He voted against the Stupak-Pitts Amendment in the Affordable Health Care for America Act that was intended to prevent any ... Citigroup's recommendations were reflected in more than 70 lines of the House Financial Services committee's 85-line bill. Two ... accessibility, and value accountability standards for higher education institutions, and to financially punish higher education ... "prepared to equitably reform these programs to address the challenging problem of rising health care costs and ensure that ...
*  Data Re-Identification
Department of Health and Human Services, speculate that re-identification is becoming gradually easier because of "big data" - ... While this level of accessibility yields many benefits, concerns regarding discrimination and privacy have been raised. ... The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) protects the privacy of identifiable data about health, but ... This is a concern because companies with privacy policies, health care providers, and financial institutions may release the ...
*  Tarangnan, Samar
It caters primarily to health services. It is augmented by Rural Health Unit extension workers. It has daycare centers which ... He recommended the transfer of the Poblacion from Dapdap to Tarangnan due to the former's poor accessibility, unavailability of ...
*  Medical response dog
The allowed public accessibility of medical response dogs varies from region to region. In general, areas with laws protecting ... "Sniffing out diabetes and cancer". TIME Animals and Your Health: The Power of Pets to Heal our Pain, Help Us Cope, and Improve ... A medical response dog is a service dog trained to assist an individual who has a medical disability. Typically, they are dogs ... though some seizure response dogs or psychiatric service dogs may also be referred to as medical response. Many medical ...
*  Healthcare in Senegal
"Community-based health insurance and access to maternal health services: evidence from three West African countries." Social ... The improvement in the accessibility of health facilities through better road quality and better means of transport will have a ... and health posts. Rural health care is divided into three parts: health centers, health posts, and health points. Health ... of its total health budget on mental health. Senegal has no national mental health program, but mental health issues are ...
*  Metro Cagayan de Oro
Every municipalities has public health center and/or mini-hospital that caters their constituents for minor health cases under ... Cagayan de Oro is the "melting pot of Mindanao" because of its accessibility, business growth and attractions. It is a business ... Lumbia Airport, also known as Cagayan de Oro Airport, hosted domestic service to Manila, Cebu, Davao and Iloilo. Manila is 75 ... The city's economy is based on industry, commerce, trade, services and tourism. The city of Cagayan de Oro reported seven ...
*  Colleges and Institutes Canada
Today, CICan has become very effective in service provision and representation of its members interests to a fuller range of ... But the days of the college "movement" and the founders' energy to spread the message of accessibility and community responsive ... Literally hundreds of Canadian College teachers in technology, business, health and other fields were able to strengthen less ...
*  Universal Service Fund
The Rural Health Care Support Mechanism allows rural health care providers to pay rates for telecommunications services similar ... "New York State Universal Service Fund Update for Funding Year 2015". Targeted Accessibility fund of New York, Inc. Retrieved 23 ... The rural health care program provides subsidies to health care providers for telehealth and telemedicine services, typically ... and one category for miscellaneous services. "Category One Data Transmission Services and Internet Access, and Voice Services ...
*  ACCU Uganda
"Monitoring Health Care Service Delivery in Apac, Uganda". CAP. "TWAWEZA". ACCU. "Strengthening Citizen's Capacity and Voice to ... To increase information sharing and accessibility among the coalition members, strategic allies and the general public on ... Citizen Action Platform (CAP) Project - to track problems with health care service delivery in the Apac district of Uganda. ... "Anti-Corruption Coalition Launches SMS System To Monitor Service Delivery". URN. "Strengthening monitoring of Universal Primary ...
*  Quicksilver initiatives
Accessibility to vital records to governmental agencies E-Grants: Combine federal grant services online Disaster Assistance and ... private organizations compliance with federal laws and regulations permitting them to e-file wage forms Consolidated Health ... It is, making "networks rather than agencies become primary" as it relates to public services. As a first step, the Clinton ... The following is a list of the twenty five Quicksilver Initiatives and their purpose USA Service: Allow citizens to personalize ...
*  Thunder Bay Transit
Service resumed in McIntyre on June 4, after a telephone survey conducted by the city found some demand for transit service in ... Thunder Bay Transit - Accessibility. Retrieved on June 17, 2007. "High tech system for city buses", TBSource, September 13, ... These electronic signs are located at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, Lakehead University, Confederation ... Ridership on both routes was well below the municipal guideline of 10 passengers per hour of service. Service resumed in South ...
*  John Treloar (museum administrator)
Seventeen service annual books were produced during and after the war, with combined sales of 1,907,446 copies. These books ... He frequently worked from 7 am to midnight, and this took a toll on his health. He contracted typhoid in late August, and was ... "archival record of remarkable detail and accessibility" in his Australian Dictionary of Biography entry. In 1993 Alan Treloar ... At the time he believed he was suffering from bad health, but wanted to resume his work at the Memorial rather than enter ...
*  Greece-Bulgaria European Territorial Cooperation Programme
... health and social aspects to improve the quality of life in the cross-border area. • Priority Axis 2: Accessibility - The main ... services and people in the cross-border area; • Priority Axis 3: Competitiveness and Human Resources - The main aim under this ...