نتایج جستجو برای Health care

تعداد نتایج: 786801  

Asiri, Shahla,

  قبل از کشف و مصرف آنتی بیوتیک ها، خطر سل در بین کارکنان بهداشتی بسیار قابل توجه بود، اما از سال ۱۹۵۰ به دلیل کاهش موارد بروز بیماری در جمعیت و ظهور روشهای درمانی مؤثر، به سرعت کاهش یافت. این تغییرات، اگر نگوئیم غفلت کامل، در دست کم کاهش فعالیتهای کنترل عفونت در بیمارستانها را سبب شد. در سراسر دهه گذشته، دو عامل، عمیقاً نظرات موجود نسبت به خطر سل در در میان کارکنان بهداشتی را تغییر داد.

Farid Abolhassani Shahreza, Narjes Hazar,

Objective: Traditional health care systems were not capable to face successfully with chronic diseases including diabetes mellitus. In this regard, the Chronic Care Model or CCM was created to promote quality of care. The aim of this study was to examine whether establishment of chronic care model, with focus on diabetic patients, has led to clinically significant outcomes in Iran. Materials a...

ژورنال: Journal of Research and Health 2018

Self-care is a process in which a patient uses his knowledge and skills to perform recommended behaviors. Therefore, patients should not only be able to obtain sufficient information about their illness and how to take care of them, they must also be able to use their knowledge in different situations and situations. In fact, patients for self-care and disease management, need to receive accura...

Introduction: The sudden outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) as a deadly disease worldwide has caused widespread psychological problems as well as physical problems. Given the importance of preventing and controlling mental health problems in patients with this disease, the present study was conducted to investigation of the Perceived Stress level of health care and non- health care in Exposed t...

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شهلا پرسا, porsa sh.,

extract today home health care is implementing in many countries. in iran, because of increasing population growth and hospital investments, home health care is not avoidable. home health care not only causes decreasing length of hospitalization and rapid offloading of hospital's beds for the use of other patients, but also presenting direct health services in home based on individual need...

2001
Alan M. Garber,

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2006
Jonathan Montgomery,

For some time now staple fare for the medical/health care law student or academic has been either the weighty Medical Law Text with Materials by Professors Kennedy and Grubb or the distinctive contributions of Professors Mason and McCall Smith with Medical Law and Ethics, and Professor Brazier with Medicine, Patients and the Law. Now however, a credible alternative exists. Health Care Law by Jo...

2006

Nature of the Industry Combining medical technology and the human touch, the health care industry administers care around the clock, responding to the needs of millions of people—from newborns to the critically ill. About 545,000 establishments make up the health care industry; they vary greatly in terms of size, staffing patterns, and organizational structures. About 76 percent of health care ...

2017
James Mold,

Health care reform efforts have increasingly emphasized payment models that reward value (quality/cost). It seems appropriate, therefore, to examine what we value in health care, and that will require that we examine our definition of health. In spite of admonitions from the World Health Organization and others, our current health care system operates under the assumption that health represents...

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