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New research to examine at health services

...olicy makers and researchers together in the early stages of the their work to refine research questions and improve the collaboration between the two diverse groups," he said. "This aims to make research more relevant to policy formulation in primary health care." The new stream of research would be abl...

Funding for South Australian health research

...olicy makers and researchers together in the early stages of the their work to refine research questions and improve the collaboration between the two diverse groups," he said. "This aims to make research more relevant to policy formulation in primary health care." The new stream of research would be abl...

New research on closer health relationships

...olicy makers and researchers together in the early stages of the their work to refine research questions and improve the collaboration between the two diverse groups," he said. "This aims to make research more relevant to policy formulation in primary health care." The new stream of research would be abl...

Treating mental health in general practice

...olicy makers and researchers together in the early stages of the their work to refine research questions and improve the collaboration between the two diverse groups," he said. "This aims to make research more relevant to policy formulation in primary health care." The new stream of research would be abl...

New funding for health research in N.S.W.

...olicy makers and researchers together in the early stages of the their work to refine research questions and improve the collaboration between the two diverse groups," he said. "This aims to make research more relevant to policy formulation in primary health care." The new stream of research would be abl...

Northwestern Memorial named one of '100 Best Places for Working Mothers'

... support the needs of its working families in many stages of their children's lives. In fact, twenty-five percent of hospital employees have children who are age 12 and under. The hospital offers affordable, accessible and on-site childcare services, operated in conjunction with Bright Horizons Family Sol...

Immigrants, Aboriginals needed to help educate about TB

...essionals tend to meet patients only in the active stages of the disease. Employing people recovered from TB, family members of recovered patients and lay health communicators could offer valuable information in fostering community awareness, the study suggests. The study included new Canadians from China, ...

Orlando meeting highlights work about making systems, tools, and products safe and easy to use

...loaded. Dominguez and colleagues present the early stages of work that is geared toward addressing issues such as search strategies and general analyst needs. PATIENT SAFETY Development of the Internet Clinical Communication Centre: A Patient-Centered Application for Prostate Cancer Follow-up Jennifer Wo...

CryoSat launch will be blast from the Cold War past

... to 2020 or later." Meanwhile new Breeze-KM upper stages are built at Khrunichev's same plant, and shipped the 800 kilometres up to Plesetsk separately from the SS-19 and the satellite payload. The satellite is mated to the Breeze-KM at a purpose-built integration facility established by Eurockot at the Co...

Psychologists find more sensitive tests for predicting Alzheimer's as well as changes in cognition

...ulty with daily activities often seen in the early stages of the disease." Duchek and Balota used a dichotic listening task, presenting information to participants via headphones. One stream of information computer-generated speech naming three digits (such as 4, 3, 1) went to the left ear; a different s...

Simulator can help stroke patients drive again

... the types of driving skills affected at different stages of Parkinson's disease and how interventions like deep brain stimulation help people overcome some of the problems. Dr. Akinwuntan also plans to help develop a unit at MCG that would use simulators and virtual reality systems to assist doctors and ...

Launch milestone achieved: Last-ever look at CryoSat

...unch pad where it will be mated with the lower two stages of the Rockot launcher. Once locked to the launcher, the engineers will verify that contact with the satellite can be established and start charging the battery. Additional electrical tests will follow and a launch rehearsal will take place on 5 Oct...

Northwestern receives major award for nanotechnology cancer center

...a screening tool that identifies patients in early stages of ovarian cancer, when treatments are most effective. Center researchers also will combine advanced research in molecular and cell biology with nanotechnology with the goal of developing a new class of drugs that inhibit cancer cells fro...

A new analysis of a standard brain test may help predict dementia

...ify this devastating brain disease at its earliest stages when there still may be time to delay or even prevent the downward spiral into dementia. In research settings, scientists are using sophisticated tools like MRI and PET to distinguish characteristics of brain function and anatomy that indicate future...

Speakers and Youth World Information announced for first Neurology EXPO

...gislation. The programs will be presented on three stages in hall A2 of the Georgia World Congress Center, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Kids and teens can have their "passport" stamped after visiting each of the nine zones in the Youth World section of Neurology EXPO. The Reflex Zone will test your knee jer...

Breast cancer patients turn to reflexology for comfort

...n who are receiving chemotherapy while in the late stages of breast cancer are turning to a complementary therapy known as reflexology to help them cope. In a pilot study, researchers from MSU's College of Nursing tested three different complementary therapies reflexology, guided imagery and reminiscence t...

Eyes may provide window to future strokes

...hese small vessel changes can be seen in the early stages of the condition, well before eyesight is affected. "The blood vessels in the eyes share similar anatomical characteristics and other characteristics with the blood vessels in the brain," said Paul Mitchell, MD, PhD, of the University of Sydney in Au...

Old mystery solved, revealing origin of regulatory T cells that 'police' and protect the body

...periments over several years, looking at different stages of T cell development and activation of dendritic cells. They found that Hassall's corpuscles produce chemical signals that direct a specialized group of dendritic cells to turn some of the bad T cells into "good cop" regulatory T cells. ...

US kidney failure rates stabilize, ending a 20-year climb

...ind kidney disease at the earliest, most-treatable stages are not widely used. Only 10 percent of the general Medicare population had a blood test and only 5 percent had urine tested for kidney disease. But, while ACE-inhibitors and ARBs are still underutilized, there has been a dramatic increase in their ...

Physician pay-for-performance programs may produce little gain in quality

.... However, most of these programs are in the early stages of trial, evaluation, and adjustment. Although there is intense interest in and optimism about pay-for-performance programs among many policy makers and payers, there is little published research on pay-for-performance in health care. There have been...

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