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Health care in the program of the government of national reconstruction of Nicaragua
Pan American Health Organization; World Health Organization ( 1979 )
Health Care in Transition : WHO Newsletter for Nursing and Midwifery
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2000 )
Health care is homeward bound
( 1994 )
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Health care needs of Jordanian caregivers of patients with cancer receiving chemotherapy on an outpatient basis
Al Jauissy, M.S. ( 2010 )
Abstract

This descriptive exploratory study was conducted to describe the health care needs and identify unmet needs of the caregivers of cancer patients in Jordan. A total of 82 caregivers accompanying patients to an outpatient chemotherapy clinic completed the 90-item caregiver need scale. Caregivers reported 75.6% of scale items as needs and rated these as [very important] needs on all 6 areas of the caregivers' need scale: personal care, activity management, involvement with health care, work, interpersonal interaction and finance. Unmet needs of caregivers were a higher proportion of identified needs [76.4%] than in similar studies elsewhere. The education and support needs of caregivers need to be considered when designing care plans for cancer patients

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Health Care of the Elderly
World Health Assembly, 35 ( 1982 )
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Health care of the elderly (preparations for the United Nations Assembly on Aging, 1982) (draft resolution proposed by the rapporteurs)
Executive Board, 69 ( 1982 )
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Health care of the elderly (preparations for the United Nations World Assembly on Aging, 1982)
Executive Board, 69 ( 1982 )
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Health care of the elderly in the Eastern Mediterranean Region: challenges and perspectives
World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean ( 2003 )
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Health care on small islands : a review of the literature / Julia Hotchkiss
Hotchkiss, Julia; World Health Organization. National Health Systems and Policies Unit ( 1994 )
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Health care outside hospital : accessing generalist and specialist care in eight countries / by Stefanie Ettelt ... [et al.]
Ettelt, Stefanie; Nolte, Ellen; Mays, Nicholas; Thomson, Sarah; McKee, Martin; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies; International Healthcare Comparisons Network ( 2006 )
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Health care outside hospital : accessing generalist and specialist care in eight countries / by Stefanie Ettelt ... [et al.]
Ettelt, Stefanie; Nolte, Ellen; Mays, Nicholas; Thomson, Sarah; McKee, Martin; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies; International Healthcare Comparisons Network ( 2006 )
A health care paradox / Kausar S. Khan, Kamal Islam & John H. Bryant
Khan, Kausar S; Islam, Kamal; Bryant, John H ( 1989 )
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Health care quality : an international perspective
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2001 )
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Health care quality : an international perspective
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2001 )
Health care reform in central Asia : managing the change : MANAS National Programme on Health Care Reforms 2000-2006 / by B. Serdar Savas
Savas, Serdar B; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 1998 )
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Health care reform in Kyrgyzstan : "Becoming a lion"
Savas, B.Serdar; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2000 )
Abstract

Many governments in the WHO European Region are reviewing their health care systems and the suitability of their existing approaches to financing, organizing and delivering health care services. A growing literature describes the experience of health care system reform, but it has paid more attention to the technical content of reform programmes than to strategies for managing change. This imbalance needs to be addressed if the gap between plans for reform and their implementation on the ground is to close. This document is intended to address this imbalance by describing and analysing the process of change in one country attempting to reform its health care system. In 1994 the Government of Kyrgyzstan decided to embark on a programme to reform the whole of its health sector, committing itself to a process of change with three main features: the development of a strategic vision of change on the basis of wide-ranging and participatory policy development; the development of individual and organizational capabilities; and active coordination of donor input. It is hoped that the description of the change process in the Kyrgyz health sector will contribute to the debate on what makes change happen in health systems

Health care reforms on the European scene : evolution, revolution or seesaw? / Mikko A. Vienonen and W. Cezary Wlodarczyk
Vienonen, Mikko A; Cezary Wlodarczyk, W; Prokhorskas, Remigijus ( 1993 )
Health care risks in the USA [letter] / Rita Luthra
Luthra, Rita ( 1995 )
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Health care system in Saudi Arabia: an overview
Almalki, M.; Fitzgerald, G.; Clark, M. ( 2011 )
Abstract

The government of Saudi Arabia has given high priority to the development of health care services at all levels: primary, secondary and tertiary. As a consequence, the health of the Saudi population has greatly improved in recent decades. However, a number of issues pose challenges to the health care system, such a shortage of Saudi health professionals, the health ministry's multiple roles, limited financial resources, changing patterns of disease, high demand resulting from free services, an absence of a national crisis management policy, poor accessibility to some health care facilities, lack of a national health information system, and the underutilization of the potential of electronic health strategies. This paper reviews the historical development and current structure of the health care system in Saudi Arabia with particular emphasis on the public health sector and the opportunities and challenges confronting the Saudi health care system

The health care system of Thailand - a case study
Roemer, Milton I ( 1990 )
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