Medical organisations

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  • When good science makes an advance it pauses and turns to reacquaint itself with the modes of thought that immediately preceded it. Science orients itself with respect to these modes of thought, examines its connections, debts and disputes with them, decides whether it is operating at a different level of analysis and with respect to different interests, conceptualisations and subject matter. The present volume is a case in point of good science in this sense. It addresses medical pluralism, a founding concept of the field of medical anthropology.

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  • When good science makes an advance it pauses and turns to reacquaint itself with the modes of thought that immediately preceded it. Science orients itself with respect to these modes of thought, examines its connections, debts and disputes with them, decides whether it is operating at a different level of analysis and with respect to different interests, conceptualisations and subject matter. The present volume is a case in point of good science in this sense. It addresses medical pluralism, a founding concept of the field of medical anthropology.

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  • There has been an increasing amount of talk about “employee stress” over the past decade. Quite what it is and how best to combat it are two aspects which are rather less well-documented. This chapter will try to decide - in a non-medical way - what it may be, how it may be caused, what relevance it has to organisations and their business and how it can best be avoided or treated. Stress is a more subjective topic than most we have so far encountered. People may have widely differing views about its causes, impacts and, even, very existence. Management...

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  • After a successful MEDINFO in 1992, the Swiss Society for Medical Informatics hosts again a major event in medical informatics – the 19 th Medical Informatics Europe Conference, under the generic name of MIE2005. The host city, Geneva, is well known for its commitment in international healthcare, being the residence of several international organisations, including WHO. Geneva is also synonym with other major medical informatics achievements: the DIOGENE hospital information system and Natural Language Processing, both strongly connected to Geneva and its University Hospital...

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  • Reviews from previous editions: "A book that should find a place on the bookshelves of all physicians who care for diabetic patients." Hospital Update "I would thoroughly recommend that everyone read it if they do not wish to be left behind in this field." Journal of the Royal College of Physicians Diabetic foot problems are one of the most important long-term problems associated with diabetes. They can be a major cause of disablement and have serious economic consequences for health organisations.

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  • Massey’s International Business programme is offered by the School of Management within the College of Business. It offers a comprehensive range of papers, which cover specialised skills and an innovative outlook. Together with a focus on the impact of the global environment on the functional areas of international business, the programme considers areas such as cross-cultural management, international business strategy, the political economy of international business, regional economic integration and contemporary issues relevant to the study of international business.

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  • A distinction is to be made between the terms 'efficacy' and 'effectiveness'. Efficacy is defined as "the probability of benefit to individuals in a defined population from a medical technology applied for a given medical problem under ideal conditions of use". By contrast, effectiveness is considered to have all the attributes of efficacy but to reflect "performance under ordinary conditions by the average practitioner for the typical patient" [12].

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  • The information has been organised thematically in possibly simple way. It concerns social nsurance benefi ts and some of non-insurance benefi ts that are, however, managed by ZUS, as a public institution servicing the social security system in Poland. The study also describes the general principles of operation of separate systems, which are not managed by ZUS: health insurance, family benefi ts, benefi ts in respect of unemployment as well as the scheme of social insurance of farmers.

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  • For those using ART because of medical infertility, there are a variety of factors that can contribute to this diagnosis. According to the Collaborative on Health and the Environment, infertility can be caused by genetic or environmental factors, combinations of the two, or endocrine or immune system disorders. It can be caused in the womb, in which genetic instructions are impacted by factors such as a mutation, a chemical insult, or an imbalance in hormones and the impact is not seen until the individual tries to procreate; or it can be caused in adulthood.

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  • The National Telecommunications & Information Administration (2002, n.p.) has reported that Americans 65 and older rarely perform the following Internet-based activities: visiting chat rooms, playing games, visiting job sites, listening to music, trading stocks, or participating in listservs. Wicks (2004) found that reading was one of the most popular past-times of the elderly interviewed in his study. The majority of them used the library to rent books, audio, videos and participate in library programs.

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  • This book brings together core text from the traditional subject areas of oral surgery, oral medicine, oral pathology and radiology to help readers to organise their knowledge in a useful way to solve clinical problems. We believe that this core text of knowledge is essential reading for university final examination success and will also be of help to graduates undertaking vocational training, their trainers and those preparing for postgraduate professional examinations such as MFDS.

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  • At the time of writing, many of the larger retailers are re-engineering their business processes, and they also re-consider their organisation. Due to improvements in infrastructure and logistics (e.g. the just in time principle) as well as information technology advances (e.g. through Electronic Data Interchange; EDI), many retailers are currently centralising their sourcing policies. Table 10 shows recent developments in this respect, while table 11 gives an outlook on current trends and the expected evolution....

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  • In the early stages of the planning process your plan will not contain definitive information, but it will help to keep you on track and will reassure partners and stakeholders that you are planning a safe, well -thought out and organised event. As the planning progresses, you will be updating this document and you should make sure that your fellow event organisers are updating their relevant areas of responsibility as well. All those undertaking key roles on the event day should receive a copy of the final Event Management Plan (EMP) in advance, to allow time...

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  • This book is about change in the management of public services – how much of it and what consequences. For over two decades the goal of restructuring welfare provision has been at the heart of UK government policy. Under the Conservatives the focus was on controlling expenditure and re-organising services to make professionals more accountable for resource decisions. In health, education and social care, the objective was to install a system of managed provision heavily influenced by the practices of private firms.

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  • An operating system is usually defined as a set of programs which permit the continuous operation of a computer. The software controls scheduling and execution of application programs and use of computer resources. Simplistically, the operating system acts as the interface between the application program, the user and the IT hardware. The security and control of an operating system is a complex issue and provides an area of potentially major risk to an organisation. The complexity, size and functionality of operating systems varies enormously from one manufacturer to another.

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  • This requires, firstly, clarity as to what the target means and secondly, an understanding of how this might be achieved. What is a society with an enterprise culture? It can be a society in which the potential for individuals and groups to start a business is maximised. More broadly it can be a society in which individuals in all kinds of organisations and in all aspects of life behave in an entrepreneurial manner.

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  • The questionnaire-based approach centred on the 8 Data Protection principles is usually confined to a set number of areas chosen for discussion and inspection. In terms of larger organisations, the scope of the audit may be defined well in advance and limited to named functional areas e.g. the human resources unit of a large retailer or the Planning, Waste Management and Motor Tax Office divisions of a local authority. Areas or units selected for inspection may be selected based on their physical suitability or for reasons relating to the technical infrastructure in place e.g.

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  • This manual describes policies, protocols and recommendations for the prevention, treatment and control of tuberculosis from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH). It was written primarily for the medical providers of the New York City Bureau of Tuberculosis Control (BTBC) as a reference guide on tuberculosis diagnosis, treatment and prevention. Originally published in 1993, with subsequent editions in 1997 and 1999, the 4th edition of the manual has been updated to reflect changes in national recommendations and BTBC protocols.

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  • The best way to learn about a subject, I now realise, is to write a book about it. Another good way is to teach it. In 1999, University College London (UCL) started a postgraduate programme in Health Informatics. As the programme director it was largely my responsibility to define the curriculum, a somewhat daunting task in a new and ill-defined subject.

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  • The skill and care of the women of the Allied military nursing services was remembered gratefully by hundreds of thousands of wounded servicemen of World War II (1939-1945). The small peacetime services increased rapidly by enrolling reservists and volunteers; the great majority of the nurses who cared for Allied casualties were 'civilians in uniform', who worked tirelessly under difficult conditions and - in tented hospitals close to the front lines - in real danger; many nurses paid for their devotion with their lives.

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