• Bhopal Gas Tragedy
    publication initiatives and solidarity campaigns on the disaster. In 1995, he established the Sambhavna Trust and launched the Bhopal People’s Health and Documentation Clinic. He also writes fiction for children. The authors can be contacted at the Pesticide Action Network (UK), 49 Effra Road, London SW2 1BZ...
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  • Psy101
    735 Britishjournalof Health Psychology (2009). 14. 735-749 © 2009 The British Psychological Society H g H H * * * ' ' ^ r ,. bOCiety www.bpsjournals.co.uk An interpretative phenonnenological analysis of living with chronic low back pain Sherrill Snelgrove'* and Christina Liossi^ ...
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  • Apollo Medical Tourism
    Apollo Hospitals: Leading the Way to Healthcare Tourism Case Study Reference No. MKS0078A This case was written by Joel Sarosh Thadamalla, under the direction of Dr. A.V Vedpuriswar, ICFAI Business School Research Centre, Ahmedabad. It is intended to be used as the basis for class discussion rather...
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  • A Site Visit to Better Understand Cognitive and Behavioral Intervention
    psyche in order to provide effective means of intervention. Therapists and psychologists spend much time working through different agencies, services and clinics in order to effectively use these tools that have been made available. For the purpose of this paper the writer will consider such an agency...
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  • Type 1 Diabetes
    Juvenile Diabetes 2 Case Study of a Life-Altering Illness Diabetes is an “auto-immune” disease, where the body’s own immune system attacks and destroys the insulin producing beta cells secreted by the pancreas. If left unchecked it can cause serious other health issues and is associated with substantial...
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  • Syllabus
    fchen@marshall.usc.edu Azin Farzan BRI 401W M/W 2:00—3:30 pm afarzan@marshall.usc.edu Course Description How do organizations such as financial institutions, health care, and manufacturing meet customer needs and stay consistent with their goals and values? How do organizations make tradeoff decisions with respect...
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  • Case: University Health Services: Walk-In Clinic
    Case: University Health Services: Walk-In Clinic Kathryn Angel has been hired as assistant director for ambulatory care at Harvard’s University Health Services. By implementing a triage system, she wanted to reorganize the Walk-In Clinic. The staff of the clinic includes 22 physicians, 2 registered...
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  • BHS 312 Case Study 4
    Trident University Module 4 Case Assignment Principles of Management Dr. Rhonda Hatfield 26 February 2014 Module 4 Case: The Management Function of Directing Case Study Assignment Expectations: After reading the article, please respond to the following questions...
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  • Field Analysis of Bolgatanga municipality
     SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES (DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ALLIED SCIENCES) FIELD ANALYSIS CARRIED AT BOLGATANGA MUNICIPAL, UPPER EAST REGION GHANA BY: AMOAH ANETU DAMIEN (UDS/CHD/0061/12) APRIL, 2013 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report is being generated on data gathered...
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  • Test
    to signify an outbuilding connected to a central structure, in this case to a 336-bed, 17-story acute-care hospital. Inside the complex, which is operated by a 400-physician multispecialty group that also maintains a network of clinics throughout western Washington, the decor is handsome but in no way...
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  • disruptive innovation
    MICK WIGGINS T he United States spends more money per capita on health care than any other nation, and it offers some of the most sophisticated care in the world. Yet it lags behind many less affluent countries on basic health indicators such as infant mortality and life expectancy rates. Similarly...
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  • Reduce Er Wait Time
    EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS Igor Georgievskiy, Alcorn State University Zhanna Georgievskaya, Alcorn State University William Pinney, Alcorn State University ABSTRACT This paper examines the wide-spread problem of extended waiting times for health services, in the context of the Emergency Department (ED) at a...
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  • epworth project
     Acknowledgements For facilitation and organisation of this project special thanks go to the Dean of medicine University of Zimbabwe Collage of Health Sciences and the Department of Psychiatry, all staff involved and our class representative for his tireless work on behalf of the class. I...
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  • Danish Homes
    reference Danish Homes Sdn. Bhd. is a privately owned company that specializes in managing student accommodation in the vicinity of the University Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) and Kolej Tunku Abdul Rahman (KTAR). It is currently managing about 80% of the Westlake Homes as student accommodation...
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  • Manzana
     P510 Service Operations Management1 Fall, 2013 Professor Barbara B. Flynn Richard M. and Myra Louise Professor of Manufacturing Management bbflynn@iupui.edu This course focuses on management of high contact and low contact service processes. High contact service processes are challenging...
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  • Uterine Prolapse, Mobile Camp Approach and Body Politics in Nepal
    22 | Madhusudan Subedi 1. Introduction Uterine Prolapse, Mobile Camp Approach and Body Politics in Nepal Madhusudan Subedi Abstract Various studies show that more than 600,000 women in Nepal are suffering from prolapsed uterus and that 200,000 of those needed immediate surgery. Many of the women...
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  • Offshore Technology
    thanks to all the offshore traffic.) Food and other supplies are brought in by boat. Another vessel is kept on standby near the platform all the time, in case of emergency. Generators and desalinators run around the clock to provide power and drinking water. According to Oil and Gas UK, an industry group...
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  • Counselling
    Among Youth Results from an exploratory study in Nairobi, Kenya, and Kampala and Masaka, Uganda Horizons Program Kenya Project Partners Uganda Project Partners HIV Voluntary Counseling and Testing Among Youth Ages 14 to 21 Results from an Exploratory Study in Nairobi, Kenya, and Kampala and Masaka...
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  • Sexualy Transmitted Diease
    Sexually Transmitted Infections Community Health Project: New Orleans, LA Fall 2012 Dr. Trabeaux Group 1 Introduction and Identification New Orleans is one of the United States largest cities and is known worldwide as “The Big Easy.” The city is home for many parties such as Mardi Gras and the New...
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  • The Tuskegee Syphilis Study
    The Tuskegee Syphilis Study Experimentations on humans have always been met with some degree of suspicion in America. Yet, history recalls several incidents which implicated well –established agencies that have been involved. One such embarrassing incident took place at Tuskegee. This is the...
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