Clinical governance

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  • This chapter describes the background to why it became necessary to regulate the use and supply of drugs, and the ways in which these processes are managed. • Basis for regulation: safety, efficacy, quality, supply • Present medicines regulatory system • Present day requirements • Counterfeit drugs • Appendix: the thalidomide disaster change the safety information e.g. add new warnings, or contraindications. The quality aspects may also need to be revised as manufacturing practices change. MAH's have strong profit motives for making claims about their drugs.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'future water: the government’s water strategy for england', khoa học tự nhiên, công nghệ môi trường phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The Institute of Medicine’s Forum on Neuroscience and Nervous System Disorders planned and held a public workshop June 16, 2009, that brought together experts from industry, academia, government, and advocacy groups to discuss issues directly related to a recent Food and Drug Administration (FDA) policy that all clinical protocols for products developed in the Division of Psychiatry Products (of the FDA) include a prospective assessment for suicidality.

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  • As the issuance of Stability Bonds may weaken market discipline, substantial changes in the framework for economic governance in the euro area would be required. Additional safeguards to assure sustainable public finances would be warranted. These safeguards would need to focus not only on budgetary discipline but also on economic competitiveness (see Section 3).

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  • The UKPDS included an analysis of intensive blood glucose control with metformin for overweight patients compared to conventional treatment primarily with diet. The study included 753 overweight (more than 120% ideal body weight) patients with newly diagnosed Type 2 diabetes from 15 hospital-based clinics in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Of these patients 342 were allocated to an intensive blood glucose control policy with metformin and 411 were allocated to conventional treatment, primarily with diet alone. The study was conducted from 1977 to 1991.

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  • Starting in the spring of 2009, a fast recovery in global equities and a rise in house values in many economies (the euro area and Japan are exceptions) were accompanied by a reduction in corporate bond spreads and other risk premia (Graphs II.1 and III.2, top panels), though some risk measures have meanwhile risen again in the context of the Greek sovereign debt crisis. Reported VaR figures show that risk as measured by potential losses from banks’ trading positions remains high (Graph III.2, bottom left-hand panel).

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  • as expressed in our mission statement, RREEF Real Estate seeks to provide our clients with superior long-term returns while appropriately managing risks to our clients. this goal directly aligns with our commitment to continuously seek improvement in the environmental performance of our assets under management across a variety of value drivers. being sustainable enhances operating efficiency, increasingly satisfies investor considerations and mandates, promotes compliance with growing regulations and mitigates risks.

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  • This book has emerged from our experience in the education of allied health professionals (AHPs), particularly student occupational therapists. As tutors we were aware that students, especially as they neared qualification, struggled to find a suitable textbook examining the key areas that contextualised their study of profession-specific skills.

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  • In this vein UNCTADs contribution will continue to focus on: the benefits and challenges arising from international trade in insurance services, regulatory challenges arising from domestic implementation as well as in relation to the GATS, measures to overcome supply side constraints and build domestic capacity in the insurance sector, the role of the Government both as a regulator and a provider of insurance services, likely impacts of emerging global and technological trends in the insurance sector and in relation to the GATS assisting developing countries in their ongoing and evolv...

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  • ARPA and the 2008 farm bill set premium subsidy rates, that is, the percentage of the premium paid by the government. Premium subsidy rates vary by the level of insurance coverage that the farmer chooses and the geographic diversity of the crops insured. For most policies, the statutory subsidy rates range from 38 percent to 80 percent. Table 1 shows the total costs of subsidies for all crop insurance premiums and administrative expenses for 2000 through 2011.

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  • The current arrangements for local audit, whereby a single organisation - the Audit Commission - is the regulator, commissioner and provider of local audit services are inefficient and unnecessarily centralised. The Audit Commission has increased the professionalism and the quality of local government audit, but, it has also become too focused on reporting to central Government and supporting the previous era of a target driven Government.

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  • The Commission is addressing governments, directly and through their various agencies and ministries. The congregation of governments, gathered in the General Assembly of the United Nations, will be the main recipients of this report. The Commission is also addressing private enterprise, from the one-person business to the great multinational company with a total economic turnover greater than that of many nations, and with possibilities for bringing about far-reaching changes and improvements.

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  • Both Planned Parenthood and the alternative sites we interviewed typically had relationships with other local health care providers. Thus, changes that affect one set of clinics, like Planned Parenthood, may have repercussions for other providers in the communities. Clinics often refer patients for care at other facilities if they cannot provide the services themselves. For example, if a woman is diagnosed with diabetes in a WHP exam at a family planning clinic, she would be referred to a community health center or public primary care clinic for further follow- up and care.

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  • In the developed world, the cost of medical care is rapidly rising and practically every clinical, pharmacological or technological breakthrough brings not only an improved quality of life and prolonged patient survival but also a significant burden on healthcare providers irrespective of whether they are privately organised or government controlled. Despite the differences in the economies and healthcare arrangements of the Western world countries, the discussions about the ever rising cost of medical care are everywhere similarly heated.

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  • Governments, intergovernmental organizations and community-based organizations are currently involved in efforts to lower the cost of remittance transfers. As more banks and credit unions become involved and extend their services to migrant communities and their rural communities of origin, costs will most likely continue to decrease. However, it is important that migrants and recipient communities gain a better understanding of the various options for remitting and receiving.

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  • Successful program management requires managers to plan for and deal with uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity. Risk management and issue resolution are the vehicles for achieving this. The Government has decided to strengthen the Cabinet submission and New Policy Proposal process through ensuring a greater focus on implementation risks. A risk is an uncertain event or set of event which, should they occur, will have an effect on the achievement of objectives. These effects might not always be detrimental. A risk can be either a threat (i.e.

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  • During the past decade, there has been a marked rise in the living standards of the Chinese people. The yearly growth of consumption per capita has been about 15%, and annual average growth in the savings deposit balances of residents have been over 50% since 1978. The five provinces or cities with the highest per capita consumption are Shanghai, Beijing, Tianjin, Guangdong, and Zhejiang, while the five provinces with the highest total personal consumption are Sichuan, Guangdong, Shandong, Jiangsu, and Liaoning.

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  • A third way to define power is in terms of the ability to structure an environment of choice, to determine the “rules of the game” of some sphere of human activity. Also called structural power, this notion focuses on how individuals or groups of individuals influence “regimes” –sets of rules, norms, procedures, and institutions in a particular area. An example of structural power would be the ability of the Motion Picture Association to prevent government censorship of movies by adopting a variety of self- regulatory measures (such as voluntary ratings schemes)....

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  • Local government needs to decide to use its resources and assets in an innovative way, and provide sufficient stability and a level playing field to give business the confidence to invest in a place. From now on, city leaders must establish the market rules within which decisions are made. It is up to them to set long-term priorities. A population enjoying improved health and well-being offers a more attractive workforce for business and industry. A city that supports sustainability will also support innovation.

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  • Equally bewildering to the student are the proper use of diagnostic tests and the integration of the results into the clinical assessment. The novice medical practitioner typically uses a "shotgun" approach to testing, hoping to hit a target without knowing exactly what that target is. The expert, on the other hand, usually has a specific target in mind and efficiently adjusts the testing strategy to it. The second goal of this chapter is to review briefly some of the crucial basic statistical concepts that govern the proper interpretation and use of diagnostic tests.

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