Tag: "services" at medical news

Doctors miss chances to provide diet, exercise counseling to patients at risk of heart disease

...t from exercise and diet counseling, and yet these services aren't being provided at an optimal level," said R...hey examined two large databases - one that tracks services provided during visits to office-based physicians and a second that surveys hospital outpatient depa...

Northwestern receives $2.1 million grant for Parkinson's disease research

...le improve the quality of their lives by providing services that enable them to become productive, self-sufficient and healthy, the foundation concentrates on a variety of activities, including innovations in schools, curriculum development, after-school and summer programming, the arts, tolerance education a...

Cogtest plc seals deal with Lundbeck: Cogtest battery for use in multinational schizophrenia trial

...to provide Lundbeck with our specialist consulting services covering study design and test selection. Our unique electronic data-capture system means that we can provide Lundbeck with data lock as early as 48 hours after last patient visit. In addition our web-based reporting system allows for viewing of data...

Foundation to honor physicians and community health initiatives around the world

..., the grants will be used to bring primary medical services to elderly and disabled patients, children, and wa...kers in Silesia, Poland; tuberculosis consultation services in Denver, Colorado; organ donation education to African-Americans in Detroit, Michigan; and other n...

Doctors and patients call on politicians to save lives of cancer patients

... European Parliament in June 2003, outlined breast services that should be provided across the EU and included... European women have access to high quality breast services and screening programmes", explained Ms. Knox. "EUROPA DONNA urges everyone concerned with health ca...

Dutch study highlights crying as risk factor for child abuse

...well-baby visits, and providing additional support services and follow-up for those at risk". In an accompanying commentary (p 1295), Clare Sheridan (Loma Linda University Children's Hospital, USA) states: "It is the parents' or caretakers' abnormal response to an infant crying that leads to abuse. We need to...

VA study finds rural veterans in poorer health

...cs in rural areas, VA should consider coordinating services with Medicare or with other healthcare systems based in rural areas. He pointed out that while VA's CBOCs provide primary care, they may not fully address rural veterans' needs for specialty or hospital care. ...

Child health improvement through computer automation

... and director of the division of children's health services research of the department of pediatrics at the IU... Rosenman, M.D. All are with the children's health services research division of the department of pediatrics at the IU School of Medicine. With the exception o...

Attention to detail can make kids' hospital stays shorter, less costly & less frequent

...or cystic fibrosis patients. Adult services are also using the acuity-adjusted APR-DRGs -- UMHS chief of clinical affairs Darrell Campbell notes that APR-DRGs adjusted for the U-M's unique patient population are helping guide improvements in care at the main University Hospital. Campbell is se...

Postpartum home nurse visits improve infant health, reduce costs

...e need for comparatively expensive hospital and ED services for jaundice and dehydration and, most importantly...r every additional child who does not use hospital services (ED or inpatient) in the first 10 days of life. "This data demonstrates that home nurse visitation i...

ESA gives green light to funding for GMES

...done by ESA on definition and demonstration of the services to be provided by GMES. More importantly, the Boar...ave now agreed on the provision of key information services for critical aspects of our environment, and the underpinning technologies to guarantee comprehensiv...

Scientific forum addresses menstrual cycle as vital sign

...organization that aims to improve access to health services for uninsured women and develop a model of healthc...reased capacity to provide preventative healthcare services for women. Rachel's Well, Inc. initiated the development of "The Menstrual Cycle is a Vital Sign" t...

Researcher looks at racial identity as part of healthy lifestyle

... only offering religious teachings but also social services and political advocacy. Resnicow recognized that and teamed with Black pastors to use their influence from the pulpit to help people live healthier lives. Now with a deeper understanding of how race and ethnicity influence behavior, Resnicow is em...

Lord Sainsbury praises the work of the UK's Innovative Manufacturing Research Centres

...neers to turn their research into new products and services and to engage more fully with business." In 2001 the first series of Innovative Manufacturing Research Centres were established by EPSRC with the support of collaborating companies and other funding agencies. Seventeen IMRCs are now in operation an...

Survey highlights myth of multi-faith chaplaincy in hospitals

...rtment of Health guidance on developing chaplaincy services that meet the needs of all faith communities. We also take limited encouragement from the finding that nine out of the ten hospitals surveying the quality of chaplaincy care reported to have made attempts to hear the views of non-Christian faith grou...

Envisat Symposium report day 4: Assistance from space to combat hazards and natural disasters

...ESPOND is part of the initial suite of operational services of the joint ESA-European Commission's Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) initiative, supplying users that include the German Red Cross with data supporting their activities in the Darfur region of Sudan and also flood-hit Banglade...

Envisat Symposium report day 2: GMES turns science to services

...S are already a reality, and providing operational services to users worldwide. "Humanitarian workers operatin..., and scientific research represents the source of services to come. "We're trying to build the future with GMES, and it requires strong links with the researc...

Envisat Symposium day one: Steady symphony of Europe's largest satellite

...ata are a crucial part of the suite of operational services making up the current GMES Services Element. The spacecraft will also have a longer legacy within GMES, as the spacecraft's individual instruments are inspiring the design of the new generation of operational satellites at the centre of the space seg...

NYU Child Study Center to launch Healthy Kids, Happy Futures

...lic education, outreach and free crisis counseling services to persons, families and groups most affected by the World Trade Center disaster. Project Liberty is supported by a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency with the support of the Center for Mental Health Services. The program is administ...

Vietnamese doctor to receive human rights award from NY Academy of Sciences

...e Pagels prize, awarded annually in recognition of services on behalf of the human rights of scientists, will be bestowed at the Academy's Annual Meeting on Monday, September 13, 2004. at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Que will be cited "in recognition of his courage and singular moral responsibility as a medical doctor comm...

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

(Date:10/25/2014)... More than 50 Family Service Agency ... Monday at the home of Jim and Shirley Ann ... speaker Dr. Winifred Lender on finding the balance between ... Santa Barbara psychologist, author and Noozhawk columnist, gave a ... in the digital age. Our digital reality is a ...
(Date:10/25/2014)... October 25, 2014 Market ... Diagnostics Industry, 2009-2019 is a professional and ... Molecular Diagnostics industry. The report firstly reviews ... its classification, application and manufacturing technology. The ... manufacturers of Molecular Diagnostics listing their product ...
(Date:10/25/2014)... Mesothelioma researchers are reporting extended survival in ... after his combination drug therapy became too toxic. ... posted on the Surviving Mesothelioma website. , A ... Japan suggests that “maintenance therapy” with pemetrexed may be ... tolerate higher doses of cisplatin. , “Although the ...
(Date:10/25/2014)... Oct. 24, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Not getting the ... ulcerative colitis, a new study suggests. Those who ... eight hours per night may be more prone to ... intestines, researchers report. The study authors concluded that duration ... considered among patients with inflammatory bowel diseases. "Both ...
(Date:10/25/2014)... Randy Dotinga HealthDay Reporter ... more genetic tests are developed that spot increased risks for ... more proactive about getting screened. But a new study ... change behavior: People who found out their genes doubled their ... with average risk to get screened. "It didn,t make ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Finding Balance between the Real & Digital World Topic of Family Service Agency Reception 2Health News:Finding Balance between the Real & Digital World Topic of Family Service Agency Reception 3Health News:Finding Balance between the Real & Digital World Topic of Family Service Agency Reception 4Health News:Global and China Molecular Diagnostics Industry Analysis to 2019 is Now Available at RnRMarketResearch.com 2Health News:Global and China Molecular Diagnostics Industry Analysis to 2019 is Now Available at RnRMarketResearch.com 3Health News:Global and China Molecular Diagnostics Industry Analysis to 2019 is Now Available at RnRMarketResearch.com 4Health News:New Report Illustrates Extended Mesothelioma Survival with “Maintenance Therapy”, According to Surviving Mesothelioma 2Health News:Sleep Duration Linked to Ulcerative Colitis Risk in Study 2Health News:Knowing Genetic Risk for Cancer May Not Change Behavior 2
Other Tags
juicestwentymisstatedincreasinglyspanlimitingtechnologiesawardsebriefingsimmunosuppressantniamshormonallyphyspakistanireboundsildenafil