Rorting Health Practioners Busted
After a major crackdown on them, erring doctors and other health specialists have been ordered to repay $4.3 million for rorting the federal health system, since 1999.
Members of the Professional Service Review, (PSR) which investigates and punishes health practitioners who claim Medicare...
Springer founds new electronic journal Head and Neck Pathology
...act, larynx, hypopharynx, salivary gland, ear and temporal bone, and neck. The journal will publish a wide range of state-of-the-art topics, allowing practioners
to expand their knowledge in the subspecialty of head and neck pathology. Practical applications to daily clinical practice will be supported with pr...
Ukrainian Town Under A Canopy Of Toxic Skies
...near the Polish border (outside Lviv) was caused by a train derailment, which led to its crashing into parked tankers holding the chemical.
examined thousands of emergency workers and residents in the region, as clouds of searing noxious gas, filled the skies. According to minister Yuri...
The GreeneChip- First Tool to Provide Differential Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases
...at the Mailman School's Department of Epidemiology. He added, "To address the challenges of emerging infectious diseases and biodefense, public health practioners
and diagnosticians need a comprehensive set of tools for pathogen surveillance and detection."
GreeneChip features include a comprehensive microbi...
Conflict over Productivity Commission report on physicians referral
...tion of General physicians is not happy with the committee reports as they feel that allowing ptients to directly consult a specialist without General practioners
referral would not help in understanding correctly the status and severity of the disease of the patient.
Details of Cosmetic Surgery in a Special Website.
...will not be allowed to do so. People practicing before 2002 will continue practicing without any interruptions. This is due to the reason that all the practioners
from 2002 will be listed in the specialty register.
Dentists Not Lured By Golden Hello Scheme In The UK
... The "Golden Hello" grants that were designed to nlure health practioners
to distant areas where there is a shortage of NHS personnel has failed for the dental segment in the Scottish area of Lothians, it was reported. //The...
Health Care Ties To Get Stronger Between India And Britain
Management of communicable and non-communicable diseases, medical tourism, upgrading of nursing education and policies concerning medical practioners
were among the other topics considered during the interview.
It was found during the later part of the interview that there was vast scope fo...
Crisis Time In Wales NHS Dentistry
... Dentists in Wales are warning that many more practioners
could start private practices if there is no solution forthcoming from the NHS. //The problem is to do with heavy workloads and dentists are threateni...
Harmful chemicals change the genetic response to hormone estrogen
... study shows how environmental changes along with changed genetic responses increase the risk of cancer. The study in this regard may help the medical practioners
to understand which patients are more likely to be at a high risk from cancer, and also to take a look into their medical histories even before birth....
Barcelona Declaration 2008: Challenges and Pathways to Earth Sustainability
...overnance structures to increase their resilience to the impacts of global change. Knowledge is available now to begin those actions but more trained practioners
are needed to implement effective adaptive actions and share lessons learned. There is unrecognized and unused knowledge on adaptation to specific ri...
Doctors learn to control their own brains' pain responses to better treat patients
... that surgeons, dentists, and nurses face in their everyday professional practices. Without some regulatory mechanism, it is very likely that medical practioners
would experience personal distress and anxiety that would interfere with their ability to heal, the researchers write.
For Decety, this new study ...