Some institutions do not provide public access to all their materials because they deal with
specific procedures and situations that require a health professional’s assistance for correct
use. For example, instructions for post-surgery wound care might be given to a patient for
home use after a health professional guides them through the process. Institutions and
providers fear liability and potential misinterpretation of materials. Materials may have a
disclaimer saying this is not meant for self-diagnosis, please consult your doctor.
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Even when schools are free, poor children
may be forced to leave in order to work.
Children may need to provide extra house-
hold income or care for younger siblings
so that both parents can work outside
the home. Conditional cash transfers
have been used as effective incentives
for parents to enrol their children in school
in Latin America. Families receive money
on the condition that their children attend
school and go to health-care appointments
(see Box 7, page 25). In addition, grants
can go directly to teachers and to schools.
- They can be used individually or as a package. They are cross-referenced with
each other for ease of use. Countries may wish to go through each of the modules
systematically or may use a specific module when the emphasis is on a particular area
of mental health. For example, countries wishing to address mental health legislation
may find the module entitled Mental Health Legislation and Human Rights useful for
- They can be used as a training package for mental health policy-makers, planners
and others involved in organizing, delivering and funding mental health services.
Despite the immeasurable increase in
understanding and improvement in diagnosis and
management of epilepsy, the idea of possession by
evil spirits as a cause of these frightening attacks,
is still deeply rooted in many developing
3,4 Sudan is not an exempt. Many
children with seizures of any cause are seen and
managed first by ‘El sheikh’ a religious traditional
healer or in some cultures in Africa by "Al Kujour"
particularly, following an antiepileptic drug failure
or appearance of its side effects.
The aim of the present study was to explore the effects of health education program, related to
the identification of healthy and unhealthy nutritional habits, physical activities and hygiene in
children 4-5 years of age.
Method and material: 125 children participated in an education program for a period of two
months. For data collection, a specialized protocol was constructed with pictures in order to
evaluate the children’s knowledge about healthy behavior before and after the implementation
of the education program.
The current cohort of Nigerian youth is the largest ever. To contribute their full social and economic
potential, young people need the knowledge and skills to make the right choices about when to have to
sex and how to protect themselves from infection and unintended pregnancies.
As the proportion of both minority populations and people aged 60 and older increases in the United States, and the
obesity epidemic continues, people with diabetes are becoming a larger part of the practices of family physicians and
other primary care clinicians. Health care professionals involved in new or expanding diabetes care practices can use
these guiding principles to ensure that they provide essential components of comprehensive diabetes care.
Chapter 14 - Patient education. After completing this chapter, you should be able to: Identify the benefits of patient education, explain the role of the medical assistant in patient education, discuss factors that affect teaching and learning, describe patient education materials used in the medical office,…
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America’s dairy farmers participate in a national check-off program that provides
monies to promote the consumption of dairy foods. A large portion of these funds
is used to support nutrition research, communication, and education. Since 1915,
the National Dairy Council® has been committed to establishing programs and
developing educational materials based on current scientific research, as well as
providing sound scientific information in all of its communications.
This book is an update of the first edition of the Handbook of Dairy Foods and
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The possible impact of nanomaterials on future products and services is enormous.
This has led to a tremendous expansion in research and development efforts related
to nanoscale materials and devices. It has also raised new questions as to how these
products will influence the environment, human health, business, education, and
other areas of society. As with any emerging field, a vast amount of disconnected
information is emerging, often spread across multiple disciplines.
It is imperative that the health care professional have knowledge of medical law, ethics, and
bioethics so that the client may be treated with understanding, sensitivity, and compassion.
No matter what the professional’s education and experience, any direct client contact involves
ethical and legal responsibility. It also is imperative that this knowledge be used to
provide the best possible service for the physician employer. Our goal is to provide the
health care professional with an adequate resource for the study of medical law, ethics, and
Definitions and scope of pediatric dentistry
Pediatric dentistry is an age-defined specialty that provides
both primary and comprehensive preventive and therapeutic
oral health care for infants and children through adolescence,
including those with special health care needs.1
To become a pediatric dental specialist, a dentist must satisfactorily
complete a minimum of 24 months in an advanced
education program accredited by the Commission on Dental
Accreditation of the American Dental Association (ADA).
The participants generally preferred to use and recommend materials that are in the public
domain and not subject to copyright, and most of the organizations they represent want their
information to reach the public unhindered. Materials produced by or funded by the Federal
and most state and local government generally can’t be copyrighted and are in the public
domain. Increasingly, such materials are posted on the Internet. In addition, a participant stated
that if an agency is producing something with outside support, they should be required to make
it freely available.
Written by several respected experts in the field, "Biomaterials in Orthopedics" discusses bioabsorbable biomaterials for bone repair, nondegradable materials in orthopaedics and delivery systems. The topics in this text include biocompatibility and the biomaterial/tissue interface; self-reinforced bioabsorbable devices and guided regeneration; bone substitutes, including porous ceramics; and non-corrosive coatings for implants.
Within the literature, the phenomenological studies by Ke and Carr-Chellman (2006)
and Liu (2008) provide by far the richest depictions of distance education students’
attitudes towards interacting with other students; however, by virtue of being a
qualitative methodology that focuses on a small number of subjects, phenomenological
studies are unable to reveal the proportion of students who hold different views and
preferences. By using a mixed methodology to initially survey a...
In addition, other emergency preparedness measures such as capacity building for national disaster
response teams (NDRT); standard operating procedures (SOP); volunteer management; and planning,
monitoring, evaluation, and reporting (PMER) capacity, which are addressed in country development
programmes, helped benefit the implementation of this DREF.
Healthy, active living benefits individuals and society in many ways. Positive
associations have been found between increased levels of physical activity, good
nutrition and physical fitness, and healthy body weight, psychological wellbeing,
musculoskeletal health, cognition and readiness to learn. A healthy, active population
enhances productivity, pro-social behaviours and personal satisfaction and has the
potential to reduce the burden of chronic disease.