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The data items to be collected by a registry are dictated by the purpose for
which the registry has been established, by the method of data collection
used and by the resources available to the registry. However, the emphasis
should be on the quality of the data collected rather than on the quantity. It is
advisable that registries in developing countries should start by attempting
to collect only information on the basic items listed in .
A unique registration number (cancer registry number) is assigned by the
registry to each patient.
The United States has seen major advances in medical care over the past decades, but
access to care at an affordable cost is not universal. Many Americans lack health care insurance
of any kind, and many others with insurance are nonetheless exposed to financial risk because of
high premiums, deductibles, co-pays, limits on insurance payments, and uncovered services. One
might expect that the U.S. poverty measure would capture these financial effects and trends in
them over time.
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The use of hospital admission rates for ambulatory care
sensitive conditions (ACSCs) has become an established
tool for analyzing access to care [1,2]. ACSCs are conditions
for which good outpatient care can potentially prevent
the need for hospitalization. High rates of hospital
admissions for ACSCs may provide evidence of problems
with patient access to primary healthcare, inadequate
skills and resources, or a mismatch in services.
It is innately human to comfort and provide care to those suffering
from cancer, particularly those close to death. Yet what seems self-evident
at an individual, personal level has, by and large, not guided policy at the
level of institutions in this country. There is no argument that palliative
care should be integrated into cancer care from diagnosis to death.
TRICARE, the program through which military health system beneficiaries access health care services, provides coverage for most medically necessary mental health care delivered by qualified providers. Federal legislation in 2001 required the Department of Defense to conduct a demonstration project involving expanded access under TRICARE to a particular type of mental health service provider
In the 4th edition we have distilled the text to a set of fl ow diagrams with
linked tables. Our aim is to provide the doctor caring for an acutely ill patient
with rapid access to key information, including a balanced interpretation of
current national and international guidelines.
We have substantially broadened the scope of the book to cover all problems
in general medicine likely to be encountered in the emergency department.
Integration of the use of echocardiography, which we believe is as
important in acute medicine as ECG interpretation, is a particular feature of
In September 2006, as a result of advocacy by international and national non-governmental
organisations (NGOs), the United Nations (UN) General Assembly finally adopted the target of
universal access to reproductive health. This health key issues guide explores issues relating to
universal access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services using a rights-based
approach. The guide examines factors that inhibit access to and use of SRH services, and
discusses methods for removing barriers to care and improving access.
Health insurance makes a difference in whether and when people get necessary medical care, where they
get their care, and ultimately, how healthy people are. Uninsured adults are far more likely than the insured
to postpone or forgo health care altogether and less able to afford prescription drugs or follow through with
recommended treatments. Problems getting needed care are less common among children, who are
generally healthy, but disparities in access to care between uninsured and insured children are as great as
the adult differences.
The American Psychiatric Foundation (APF) works to advance understanding of mental illnesses. It promotes awareness of mental illnesses and the effectiveness of treatment, the importance of early intervention, access to care and the need for high quality services and treatment through a combination of public and professional education, research, research training, grants, and awards.
In 1978 the Conference of Alma Ata stated in Section VI: “Primary health care is essential
health care based on practical, scientifically sound and socially acceptable methods and
technology made universally accessible to individuals and families in the community through
their full participation and at a cost that the community and country can afford to maintain at
every stage of their development in the spirit of self-reliance and self-determination.
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về hóa học được đăng trên tạp chí sinh học đề tài : Factors associated with access to HIV care and treatment in a prevention of mother to child transmission programme in urban Zimbabwe
This book is primarily aimed at undergraduate students reading medicine, nursing and midwifery, and subjects allied to
health. It will also be useful to professionals undergoing continuing professional development (CPD) or changing to an
extended role who require a background covering physiology and pathology for haematology and biochemistry. Since the
book uses “example boxes” to explain complex terms in lay language, it should also be accessible to patients and people
with a non-clinical background but an interest in the subject.
The coincidence of multiple inequities in health—and as an interlinked concept, the
multifaceted nature of poverty—make for a very complex field. Those living at the margins of
society suffer numerous and overlapping inequities in health, in voice, in agency, in living
conditions. Often, their poverty and ill health keep them in a life of perpetual quicksand. Just as
an intervention might spare a child from malaria only to have her die a year later of measles, a
policy change in the health sector might be successful in eliminating one source of inequity (e.g.
access to care)...
If something close to the higher-end trajectory
occurs, fuel economy improvement will be even
more important to contain the rise in global CO2
emissions. And other complementary measures,
such as careful land-use planning, travel demand
management, development of high quality transit
systems where these provide more efficient trans-
port services than private cars, and strong shifts
to low-carbon fuels, will be needed to help move
toward outright reductions in CO2 and reach lev-
els well below those of 2005.
Gynecological cancers are most distressing to the patient and the family. This is so all over the world, but in resource-poor countries, it may be a death sentence with a painful journey from diagnosis to death itself. The economy of the country in which we live at the time of diagnosis, has a huge effect on our access to treatment.
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Shifting paradigms: how the fight for 'universal access to AIDS treatment and prevention' supports achieving 'comprehensive primary health care for all'