Tag: Health Care

  • Health Care

    Health Care in the CEDAW Article 12: of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) stipulates, in relation to Health Care, that all countries are required to eliminate discrimination in the field of health care. Women should be ensured equal access […]

  • Home Care

    Resources See Also Social Protection Social Security Employment Affairs Welfare State Aged Elder care

  • Home Care

    Resources See Also Social Protection Social Security Employment Affairs Welfare State Aged Elder care

  • Nursing Care

    Hierarchical Display of Nursing care Social Questions > Health > Health policy > Organisation of health care > Health careSocial Questions > Health > Health policy > Health care profession > Nursing staff Nursing care Concept of Nursing care See the dictionary definition of Nursing care. […]

  • Long Term Care

    Resources See Also Social Protection Social Security Employment Affairs Welfare State Aged Elder care

  • Long Term Care

    Resources See Also Social Protection Social Security Employment Affairs Welfare State Aged Elder care

  • Medical Law

    Medical Law…

  • Nursing Staff

    Hierarchical Display of Nursing staff Social Questions > Health > Health care professionSocial Questions > Health > Health policy > Organisation of health care > Health care > Nursing care Nursing staff Concept of Nursing staff See the dictionary definition of Nursing staff. […]

  • Nursing Staff

    Hierarchical Display of Nursing staff Social Questions > Health > Health care professionSocial Questions > Health > Health policy > Organisation of health care > Health care > Nursing care Nursing staff Concept of Nursing staff See the dictionary definition of Nursing staff. […]

  • Palliative Care

    Hierarchical Display of Palliative care Social Questions > Health > Health policy > Organisation of health care > Health care Palliative care Concept of Palliative care See the dictionary definition of Palliative care. Characteristics of Palliative care [rtbs name=”xxx-xxx”] Resources […]

  • Blinding

    Blinding History Blinding, a form of punishment anciently common in many lands, being inflicted on thieves, adulterers, perjurers and other criminals. The inhabitants of Apollonia (Illyria) are said to have inflicted this penalty on their “watch” when found asleep at their posts. It was resorted to by the Roman emperors in their persecutions of the…

  • National Health Insurance

    Introduction to National Health InsuranceNational Health Insurance, government-operated system of insurance that provides financial benefits and medical services to persons disabled by sickness or accident. National health insurance systems are found in many countries, particularly in Europ…

  • National Health Insurance History

    Introduction to National Health Insurance HistoryThe first country to provide health insurance on a national scale was Germany. The German chancellor Prince Otto von Bismarck obtained passage of a compulsory sickness-insurance law in 1883, which was financed by a state subsidy. Various type…