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The 2000-2005 Outlook for Personal Health Care in the Middle East

ICON Group International, Inc.

The 2000-2005 Outlook for Personal Health Care in the Middle East

by ICON Group International, Inc.

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Published by Icon Group International .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10896277M
    ISBN 100597806969
    ISBN 109780597806964

    Get this from a library! The world outlook for government public health activities.. [Icon Group International, Inc.;]   - Make mental health care part of general health care. - Train and license more mental health professionals. - Address developmental disorders in children. - Advocate for improved national mental health service provision and policies. (4) Mental health issues such as post-traumatic stress disorder and depression are common in the Middle

    Introduction This paper synthesises evidence on the organisation of primary health care (PHC) service delivery in low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs) in the Asia Pacific and identifies evidence of effective approaches and pathways of impact in this region. Methods We developed a conceptual framework describing key inputs and outcomes of PHC as the basis of a systematic ://   The Middle East is facing a severe shortage of skilled medical talent. With the major push to increase capacity in recent years leading to an ever-growing number of health care facilities, and

       health care outlook Middle East. GCC countries are heavily dependent on an expatriate health care workforce. Saudi Arabia, for example, has an expat physician population of around 76 percent. In Saudi Arabia UAE ; Estimated health care expenditure: $ billion. $ billion. Health care as a share /articles/ MIDDLE EAST HEALTH is the leading independent English-language medical magazine serving the Middle East and Levant region. It is published in Dubai every two months and distributed to senior healthcare professionals, administrators and decision-makers


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The 2000-2005 Outlook for Personal Health Care in the Middle East by ICON Group International, Inc. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The world outlook for personal health care. [Icon Group International, Inc.;] 1. Trop Doct. Oct;11(4) Primary health care in the Middle East.

Nichols AW. PIP: Based upon a brief visit to the Eastern Mediterranean Region for the purpose of studying primary care programs, with a particular imphasis on rural areas and the use of ancillary health personnel, this discussion explores selected higlights of primary care program development in 2 of the countries Issues in Health Care of Middle Eastern Patients Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Western Journal of Medicine (6) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'   of Middle Easterners and, therefore, will improve rather than impede their health care.

A personal approach and continuity of care by the same health care professional help to bridge the gap between Middle Eastern cultures and Western medical culture. In addition, periodic use of cultural interpreters helps ameliorate the?article=&context=nrs. No one's priority, everyone's problem A t the height of the Arab-Islamic civilisation between the 8th and 12th century, scholars laid the foundation for modern medicine based on observation and reasoning.1 Avicenna's Al Qanun of Medicine was the standard medical text in Europe for several centuries.

In the bimaristans (hospitals), still standing in the heart of Aleppo (figure), the mentally   An integral part of the work of the National Council for Addressing Narcotics in Egypt was an assessment of the national size of the problem.

Surveys were conducted among secondary school pupils, male and female university students, and industrial workers regarding their drug habits (see Table 3) (Soueif, ).The results revealed that, on average, the most abused substance was nicotine   Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library Eye Street, NW.

Website?g=&p= 1. Clin Psychol Rev. Dec;19(8) Mental health in the Middle East: an Egyptian perspective. Okasha A(1). Author information: (1)Institute of Psychiatry, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt. [email protected] This article introduces the reader to mental health in the Middle East with an Egyptian perspective, from the Pharaonic era through the Islamic Renaissance, up until the   review article The new england journal of medicine n engl j med ;6 6february, global health Health Care Systems in Low- and Middle-Income Countries Anne Mills, D.H.S.A., Ph.D   Persecuted people are desperate for mental health care – first recounting difficulties with things like insomnia and domestic violence, but soon telling of their experiences of bombing, mass   Middle East Institute Viewpoints: Public Health in the Middle East • 3 The mission of the Middle East Institute is to promote knowl-edge of the Middle East in America and strengthen understand-ing of the United States by the people and governments of the region.

For more than 60 years, MEI has dealt with the momentous events in   Bosch-Capblanch X, Liaqat S, Garner P. Managerial supervision to improve primary health care in low- and middle-income countries. Cochrane Database Syst   ”Diabetes is skyrocketing in the Middle East and North Africa, rising 87% between and ” – Kyu Rhee, Chief Health Officer IBM.

Cancer ”The incidence of breast cancer is on the rise in the Middle East and North Africa. It also appears in Arab women on average at least 10 years earlier than it does in women in Europe or the   Rapidly growing populations and per capita incomes, rising life expectancies, a high incidence of lifestyle-related diseases, and ambitious medical infrastructure projects are driving health care industry growth in the Middle East’s Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

/articles/ Chapters highlight essential areas in the wellbeing and care of this population. These topics include women’s health care, displaced and refugee women’s health needs, childhood health, social and environmental causes of disease, health systems and health management, and a wide range of diseases of various body :// Middle East citizens are more open to ‘Care Anywhere’ and health services in a non-traditional setting.

In a society that is living longer, with Governments facing the growing burden of long-term chronic disease and increasing costs of treatment, innovation and technology could be the catalyst for the region to lead the world in developing EDITOR—Health seeking behaviour depends largely on the attributes of a healthcare system and not merely on people's choices or circumstances.1 Lack of proper nutrition for girls, early marriages, and multiparity have been some of the determinants of the unrelenting ill health of women in Pakistan.2 Insufficient primary care services, antenatal care, and intrapartum care,   The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is currently undergoing both epidemiological and demographical transitions that are resulting in changing patterns of mortality and morbidity.

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When we collect for health care professionals: Describing and presenting data Elaine ThomasPhD MSc BSc Lecturer in Biostatistics, Primary Care Sciences Research Centre, Keele University, North Staffordshire, UK Abstract This article is the first in a series of three that will give health care professionals a sound and helpful introduction to medical ://Abstract This overview of the public health situation in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region focuses on the health situation in the region; demographic and epidemiological trends; activities already undertaken including assistance to improve the health of the population, identification gaps in current efforts, and the implications for a future regional public health ://