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Content type: Research article. Published on: 12 March To improve care for patients with chronic diseases, a recent policy initiative in Thailand focused on strengthening primary care based on the concept of Chronic Care Model CCM. This study aimed to assess the The shortage of healthcare professionals HCP negatively affects health services in rural areas in many parts of the world, as is the case in South Africa.
Innovative programs designed to improve the recruitm Authors: Dumsani M. Gumede, Myra Taylor and Jane D. Delays in care-seeking for childhood illness may lead to more severe outcomes. We evaluated whether community distance from a primary healthcare facility was associated with decreased healthcare utilization in Authors: Catherine E.
Arnold and Thomas M. Published on: 9 March Social enterprises are organizations created to address social problems that use business models to sustain themselves financially. Social enterprises can help increase access to primary health care in low res Authors: Lutfi Lokman and Teresa Chahine.
Research capacity strengthening could be an indirect outcome of implementing a research project. The objective of this study was to explore the ability of the global maternal sepsis study GLOSS , implemented Published on: 8 March Poor reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health outcomes in Nigeria can be attributed to several factors, not limited to low health service coverage, a lack of quality care, and gender inequ Published on: 4 March People living with diabetes have an increased risk of developing mental health issues.
Mexico has observed a high prevalence of people living with diabetes suffering from mental health issues, such as anxiety Garcia, Purnima Madhivanan and Cecilia Rosales.
Published on: 25 February The COVID pandemic has posed unprecedented challenges and threats to the health care system, particularly affecting the effective delivery of essential health services in resource-poor countries such as Nep Published on: 24 February While the nexus of migration and health outcomes is well acknowledged, the effect of rural—urban migration on the use of sexual and reproductive health SRH services has received less attention. We assessed t Authors: Mulekya F.
Bwambale, Paul Bukuluki, Cheryl A. Moyer and Bart H. Van den Borne. Published on: 23 February Several countries including Tanzania, have established voluntary non-profit insurance schemes, commonly known as community-based health insurance schemes CBHIs , that typically target rural populations and th Published on: 19 February Despite health centres being the first point of contact of care, there are challenges faced in providing care to patients at this level.
In Malawi, service provision barriers reported at this level included lo Majamanda, Martha Makwero, David G. Lalloo and Nicola Desmond. Published on: 15 February This paper aims to describe the profile of oral cancer OC patients, their risk classification and identify the time between screening and treatment initiation in Rio de Janeiro Municipality. Solving inequality of health human resource HHR is one of the motives of Pakistan health policies, however, there is still exists a massive quantity of HHR inequality in almost every district of Pakistan.
Cardiovascular disease CVD is the largest contributor to the non-communicable diseases NCD burden in Cameroon, but data on its economic burden is lacking.
Mapoure, Jacques Cabral Tantchou and J. Lennert Veerman. Published on: 12 February This study was conducted t Patient satisfaction is one proxy indicator of the health care quality; however, enhancing patient satisfaction in low-income settings is very challenging due to the inadequacy of resources as well as low heal This study aimed to estimate both direct medical and indirect costs of treating the Coronavirus disease COVID from a societal perspective in the patients at a referral hospital in Fars province as we Published on: 11 February In Peru, a majority of individuals bypass primary care facilities even for routine services.
Efforts to strengthen primary care must be informed by understanding of current practice. We conducted a time motion Authors: Hannah H. Published on: 6 February Surgery can correct congenital heart defects, but disease management in low- and middle-income countries can be challenging and complex due to a lack of referral system, financial resources, human resources, a Published on: 1 February While community care services have been developing rapidly as a new way to meet the growing demands of elderly individuals in China, their health benefits are virtually unknown.
Thus, the aim of this study was Published on: 30 January Access to health care facilities is a key requirement to enhance safety for mothers and newborns during labour and delivery. Published on: 28 January Literature about participation in health and social services suggests that youth, and more specifically Indigenous youth, are difficult to engage within health and social services.
Youth are less likely to acc Non-communicable diseases are leading causes of death and disability across the world. Published on: 27 January Nonetheless, it remains a challenge in HCFs, largely due to lack of hig Authors: Richard K. Wafula, Winnifred K. Content type: Study protocol. Published on: 26 January While millions of women in many African countries have little autonomy in health care decision-making, in most low and middle-income countries, including Ethiopia, it has been poorly studied.
Hence, it is impo Published on: 20 January Injuries are a major public health problem globally. With sound planning and organization, essential trauma care can be reliably provided with relatively low-cost equipment and supplies. However, availability Published on: 13 January Dental care utilization for low income pregnant women is met with challenges in the traditional dentist-centered model of care. County-level measures provide insights for policy and roles for stakeholders that Authors: Mark E.
Moss, Andrew Grodner, Ananda P. Dasanayake and Cherry M. Non-communicable diseases NCDs are the dominant cause of global morbidity and mortality, especially in developing countries.
Published on: 12 January Maternal deaths reviews are proposed as one strategy to address high maternal mortality in low and middle-income countries, including Tanzania.
Review of maternal deaths relies on comprehensive documentation o Authors: Ali Said, Andrea B. Published on: 11 January Accredited Social Health Activists ASHA are community health workers responsible for improving the health status of people by facilitating their access to healthcare services. The life skills of ASHA are kno Published on: 8 January Inequalities in the use of postnatal care services PNC in Ghana have been linked to poor maternal and neonatal health outcomes.
This has ignited a genuine concern that PNC interventions with a focus on influ Published on: 7 January Several factors might contribute to the delay to get cancer care including poor cancer awareness and having barriers to seeking help.
This study described these barriers in Gaza and their association with reca Published on: 6 January
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BMC Health Services Research is an open access journal publishing original View Full Text · View PDF · Business models for primary health care delivery in low- and middle-income countries: a Access to health care facilities is a key requirement to enhance safety for mothers and newborns during labour and delivery.Alondra J. 28.03.2021 at 15:22
The goals of this overview is to discuss the ethics of telling the patient the truth, with some historical backgrounds and it is importance in medical practice, Justifying Less than Full Disclosure in some situations in which the truth may have a terrible impact on the occasional patient, and the influence of the culture on the health care professionals attitudes towards telling the patient.