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    • Health policy

    • Health policy can be defined as the "decisions, plans, and actions that are undertaken to achieve specific healthcare goals within a society. According to the World Health Organization, an explicit health policy can achieve several things: it defines a vision for the future; it outlines priorities and the expected rol ... Read »


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    • 5-SPICE framework

    • The 5-SPICE framework is an instrument designed for global health practitioners to guide discussions about community health worker (CHW) projects. The 5-SPICE framework was developed by clinicians and researchers from Partners In Health, Harvard Medical School, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA. The ... Read »


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    • Bangladesh health policy

    • The Health Policy has 15 goals and objectives, 10 policy principles and 32 strategies. The Bangladesh health policy document was published in 2011 and adheres to the following principles: Health is defined as "A state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infi ... Read »


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    • Centre for History in Public Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

    • Centre for History in Public Policy, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

      The Centre for History in Public Health (CHiPH) is an academic research centre at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), University of London. It specializes in historical research into public health and health services, and advocates the use of history within public health policy making. The Ce ... Read »


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    • Early postnatal hospital discharge

    • Early postnatal hospital discharge is typically defined as discharge of the mother and newborn from the hospital within 48 hours of birth. The length of stay in a hospital after childbirth decreased gradually over several decades in the U.S., initially because of consumer desire for a less medical interventions relate ... Read »


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    • Nigel Edwards (health)

    • Nigel Edwards is a health policy researcher, appointed Chief Executive at the Nuffield Trust in April 2014. He was formerly an expert advisor with KPMG’s Global Centre of Excellence for Health and Life Sciences, a Senior Fellow at The King’s Fund. He was Policy Director of the NHS Confederation for 11 years. ... Read »


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    • Evaluation & the Health Professions


    • Health 21

    • Health 21 or Health21 is the name given to the World Health Organization (WHO) European Region policy framework derived from the "health-for-all policy for the twenty-first century" passed by the World Health Assembly in 1998. The framework was called "Health 21" not only because it dealt with health in the 21st centur ... Read »


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    • Health crisis

    • A health crisis or public health crisis is a difficult situation or complex health system that affects humans in one or more geographic areas (mainly occurred in natural hazards), from a particular locality to encompass the entire planet. Health crises generally have significant impacts on community health, loss of lif ... Read »


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    • Health promotion

    • Health promotion is "the process of enabling people to increase control over their health and its determinants, and thereby improve their health", according to the World Health Organization's (WHO) 2005 Bangkok Charter for Health Promotion in a Globalized World. Health promotion involves public policy that addresses h ... Read »


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    • Health system

    • A health system, also sometimes referred to as health care system or as healthcare system, is the organization of people, institutions, and resources that deliver health care services to meet the health needs of target populations. There is a wide variety of health systems around the world, with as many histories and ... Read »


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    • Institute for Clinical and Economic Review

    • The Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER) is a Boston-based independent nonprofit organization that seeks to improve healthcare value by providing comprehensive clinical and cost-effectiveness analyses of treatments, tests, and procedures. It was founded in about 2005 by physician-researcher Steven D. Pear ... Read »


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    • Mature minor doctrine

    • The mature minor doctrine is an American term for the statutory, regulatory, or common law policy accepting that an unemancipated minor patient may possess the maturity to choose or reject a particular health care treatment, sometimes without the knowledge or agreement of parents, and should be permitted to do so. It i ... Read »


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    • National health insurance

    • National health insurance (NHI) – sometimes called statutory health insurance (SHI) – is a legally enforced scheme of health insurance that insures a national population against the costs of health care. It may be administered by the public sector, the private sector, or a combination of both. Funding mechani ... Read »


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    • One Health

    • One Health is "the collaborative effort of multiple disciplines — working locally, nationally, and globally — to attain optimal health for people, animals and the environment". One Health is a new phrase, but the concept extends back to ancient times. The recognition that environmental factors can impact ... Read »


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    • Partner services

    • Partner services is a public health term which refers to the health intervention given to a client's intimate partners when a client goes to a health care provider requesting health care. Partner notification is a type of partner service, wherein if someone has a contagious disease, the health care provider finding th ... Read »


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    • Patient information leaflet

    • Patient information leaflets (PILs) are leaflets containing specific information about medical conditions, doses, side effects that packed with medicines to give the user information about the product. PIL is the European version of the Package insert. The PIL is written by the manufacturing pharmaceutical company and ... Read »


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    • Harold Pollack

    • Harold Pollack is an American professor at the University of Chicago who has been appointed to two Institute of Medicine committees. His research has focused on public health and health policy. At the University of Chicago, he has chaired the Center for Health Administration Studies. A special correspondent for the New ... Read »


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    • Pre-existing condition

    • In the context of healthcare in the United States, a pre-existing condition is a medical condition that started before a person's health insurance went into effect. Before 2014 some insurance policies would not cover expenses due to pre-existing conditions. These exclusions by the insurance industry were meant to cope ... Read »


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    • Public health

    • Public health refers to "the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life and promoting human health through organized efforts and informed choices of society, organizations, public and private, communities and individuals." It is concerned with threats to health based on population health analysis. The popul ... Read »


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    • Quality use of medicines

    • The term Quality use of medicines is used by the Australian government as part of their policies on effective and correct uses of medicine and access to appropriate medicines. Quality Use of Medicines (abbreviated to QUM) is one of the four policy pillars in the Australian Government’s National Medicines Poli ... Read »


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    • Regional Forum on Environment and Health in Southeast and East Asian Countries

    • The Regional Forum on Environment and Health in Southeast and East Asian Countries is a global framework for action provided by Agenda 21 of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development; the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation of 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development; the Millennium Developm ... Read »


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    • Roemer's law


    • Bob Sang

    • Bob Sang (27 March 1948 - 5 June 2009) was appointed by London South Bank University as the UK's first professor of Patient and Public Involvement in 2006. He had also been a Visiting Fellow at CENTRIM. He was educated at the University of East Anglia but failed his chemistry degree there. He later returned to studyin ... Read »


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    • Save the Children State of the World's Mothers report


    • Calvin C.J. Sia

    • Calvin C.J. Sia (born Calvin Chia Jung Sia on June 3, 1927) is a primary care pediatrician from Hawaii who developed innovative programs to improve the quality of medical care for children in the United States and Asia. Two particular programs have been implemented throughout America: the Medical Home concept for prima ... Read »


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    • Therapy

    • Therapy

      Therapy (often abbreviated tx, Tx, or Tx) is the attempted remediation of a health problem, usually following a diagnosis. In the medical field, it is usually synonymous with treatment (also abbreviated tx or Tx). Among psychologists and other mental health professionals, including psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse prac ... Read »


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    • Tobacco 21

    • Tobacco 21 is a national campaign aimed at raising the minimum legal age (MLA) for tobacco and nicotine sales in the United States to 21. The Tobacco 21 campaign is produced and funded by the Preventing Tobacco Addiction Foundation, a public health nonprofit organization established in 1996. Tobacco 21 produces online ... Read »


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    • Total Worker Health

    • Total Worker Health is a trademarked strategy defined as policies, programs, and practices that integrate protection from work-related safety and health hazards with promotion of injury and illness prevention efforts to advance worker well-being. It was conceived and is funded by the National Institute for Occupational ... Read »


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    • Two-tier healthcare

    • Two-tier healthcare is a situation in which a basic government-provided healthcare system provides basic care, and a secondary tier of care exists for those who can pay for additional, better quality or faster access. Most countries have both publicly and privately funded healthcare, but the degree to which it creates ... Read »


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    • University of Edinburgh School of Health in Social Science

    • The School of Health in Social Science at the University of Edinburgh is a department undertaking research and teaching into health, health policy and related fields. It is part of the Colleges of Humanities and Social Sciences. The school offers postgraduate degrees in Clinical Psychology, Counselling and Psychothera ... Read »


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    • Unnecessary health care

    • Unnecessary health care (overutilization, overuse, or overtreatment) is healthcare provided with a higher volume or cost than is appropriate. In the United States, where health care costs are the highest as a percentage of GDP, overuse is the predominant factor in its expense, accounting for about a third of healthcare ... Read »


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