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  • (bq) “abc of colorectal cancer” has contents: epidemiology, molecular basis for risk factors, the role of clinical genetics in management, the role of primary care, primary treatment – does the surgeon matter, adjuvant therapy,… and other contents.

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  • (bq) part 1 book "neurocritical care - a guide to practical management" presentation of content: brain injury and dysfunction - the critical role of primary management, monitoring the injured brain, the secondary management of traumatic brain injury, critical care management of subarachnoid hemorrhage, central nervous system infections, cervical spine injuries,...

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  • The field of medical genetics has traditionally focused on chromosomal abnormalities (Chap. 63) and Mendelian disorders (Chap. 62). However, there is genetic susceptibility to many common adult-onset diseases, including atherosclerosis, cardiac disorders, asthma, hypertension, autoimmune diseases, diabetes mellitus, macular degeneration, Alzheimer's disease, psychiatric disorders, and many forms of cancer.

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  • This book considers the broad range of support given to mothers including social, psychological and clinical. It also looks at the provision of this service and how different models have been set up internationally to fulfill this important function. It brings together the latest research findings, which examine the nature of care that is provided and consider what constitutes effective and efficient support. This aspect of care is considered a crucial part of the increasing and expanding role of the midwife.

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  • Mark W Smith*1,2 and Paul G Barnett1,2,3 Address: 1Health Economics Resource Center, US Department of Veterans Affairs, Menlo Park, California, USA, 2Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, California, USA and 3Department of Health Research and Policy, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, California, USA Email: Mark W Smith* - mark.smith9@va.gov; Paul G Barnett - paul.barnett@va.gov * Corresponding author Published: 22 April 2008 Implementation Science 2008, 3:20 doi:10.

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  • Overall, there are marginally more men than women in Europe, with the proportion of women increasing in older age categories. In 2005, there were approximately 15% more women than men among those aged 65-69 and almost two times more women than men aged over 80, leading to a total of 43% more women than men aged 65 and over (EUROSTAT 2008a, 2008b). In all European countries, life expectancy is greater for women than for men, with the largest gap between the sexes in Lithuania (11.7 years) and the smallest in Iceland (3.4) (based on 2006 data). Eurostat predictions indicate that in...

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  • The evidence base for the insulin secretagogues was more extensive than ascertained for the parent guideline. However, in many of the papers in which they are compared to other drugs they were being used as the comparator therapy rather than the investigated therapy. New evidence did not lead to new conclusions about the role of these drugs in clinical management, either from the point of view of efficacy or safety.

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  • This book accompanies the fourth annual ICMCC Event. In the past 12 months the role of ICMCC with regards to patient-related ICT has become obvious with the start of the Record Access Portal. It is our goal to come forward with a recommendation to the WHO on Record Access. This recommendation will therefore be one of the leading issues of the Round Table on the Responsibility Shift from Doctor to Patient. The 2007 ICMCC Event deals with the following subjects: • EHR and Record Access; • Digital Homecare; • Behavioral compunetics; • The Paradigm Change Challenge towards Personal Health....

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  • (bq) “abc of skin canner” has contents: the epidemiology, aetiology and prevention of melanoma, the epidemiology, aetiology and prevention of non-melanoma skin cancer, the role of the primary care team in the management of skin cancer, pre-cancerous skin lesions,… and other contents.

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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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  • The diversity of coverage experiences seems to indicate that there is no type of service that is per se more or better “insurable” by public or private coverage. There are nonetheless some trends towards greater reliance on public or subsidised private coverage for individuals facing higher health care cost, such as the elderly and those with chronic conditions, even where PHI plays a significant or primary role.

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  • Palliative Care: The goal of palliative care is to improve the quality of a seriously ill person’s life, and to support the patient and family when faced with terminal illness. This includes managing physical symptoms, assessing psychological and spiritual needs, patient support system and discharge planning issues. Palliative care is part of hospice care, but it can begin any time during a patient’s illness. A team approach to palliative care is optimal, with the primary care provider and social services playing an active role.

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  • Page The Authors Foreword David G. Green Editor’s Introduction: Regulation, Accountability and Health Care David Gladstone Change in the Governance of Medicine: The Politics of Self-Regulation Brian Salter The General Medical Council and Professional Self-Regulation Meg Stacey Self-Regulation and the Role of the General Medical Council James Johnson An Independent Medical Inspectorate William G. Pickering Notes Index vi

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài:Task shifting and integration of HIV care into primary care in South Africa: The development and content of the streamlining tasks and roles to expand treatment and care for HIV (STRETCH) intervention

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  • Primary care clinicians often provide continuity of care, emphasize prevention, and address chronic illness with their patients. All these endeavors require the active involvement of the patient in treatment planning and adherence. An active and healthy therapeutic alliance that recognizes that patients are the chief consumers of health care is essential in this regard. This critical role in directing one’s health care can be either facilitated or complicated by a patient’s emotional, cognitive, and behavioral strengths or weaknesses (ie, mental health).

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  • As countries around the globe strive to meet the healthrelated Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to improve child and maternal health and reduce mortality, overwhelming evidence has emerged indicating the effectiveness of community-based interventions as a platform to extend health care delivery and improve health outcomes. The crucial role that Community Health Workers (CHWs) can play in delivering these interventions is broadly recognized.

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  • West Collaborative Health Profile aim is to provide the overall needs assessment specific to this collaborative and to inform the implementation of the Primary Care Strategy. It supplements Haringey’s Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) 2012. The west collaborative covers a vibrant area of an older population that is geographically most varied, encompassing some of the wealthiest areas in the country and some areas which are amongst 20% most deprived in the country. It is the biggest of the four collaboratives with the highest number of population registered with GPs (88,405).

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  • “Schools share responsibility for the education and welfare of young people with families and the wider community. The role of parents as primary educators can be recognized and supported by schools by working in partnership with parents. Partnerships with parents and the community help to generate a greater awareness of health issues among students and their families, ensure the integration of consistent and relevant health messages into the home and other community settings, and ultimately improve student health. ...

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  • Previous interventions had been aimed at mothers of children, using participation in the WIC program as a channel for communication. The formative research and conversations with the African American community suggested that grandmothers were more frequently the chitterlings preparers and would serve as role models to younger women. Thus, the primary target audience was women who prepare chitterlings — older, African American women who, as grandmothers, are often also caregivers for infants.

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  • Private health insurance has offered a primary source of coverage for population groups ineligible to public programmes, and contributed to provide insurance protection against other public system coverage gaps. It has helped to inject resources into health systems, enabling an expansion in capacity and services. It also enhanced access to timely care in some systems experiencing prolonged public sector waiting times.

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