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The majority of red eyes are seen at community clinics, primary health centres and health sub centres, where diagnosis and management are done by primary care physician, community health nurses, midwives and health workers. [2] Conjunctivitis is the most common cause of red eye. (...) Evaluation of the Painful Eye. American family physician, 93(12). [2] Baba, I., 2005. (...) Diagnosis and management of red eye in primary care. Am Fam Physician, 81(2), pp.137-144. [4] Timlin, H., Butler, L. and Wright, M., 2015.
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Score: 1897259.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ents/all/FGAI4H-G-030-R01.docx
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Mid-level ophthalmic providers strengthen the concept of a team approach to eye health care provision.4 As a continuum of eye health care provision and members integrated into the eye care team, mid-level ophthalmic providers play a significant role in the context of task-shifting from physician to the non-physician. (...) Outcomes are also measured on the merit of mid-level ophthalmic providers offering quality eye health care and their employability. Working under the direct supervision of the physician also ensures a level of quality care is precise, timely, and all patients are treated equitably. Summary Mid-level ophthalmic providers are a valuable component of the eye-care team. Their international recognition and standardization are needed to facilitate development of this crucial cadre to ultimately meet the world’s eye care needs.
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Score: 1642676.6 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...alliance/7_jcahpo_comments.pdf
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WHO | Nair's Eye Clinic, Navi Mumbai, India Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums Nair's Eye Clinic, Navi Mumbai, India Member profile No information available at this moment. (...) Links to the health workforce crisis Nair's Eye Clinic is a founding member of a non-governmental organization, The Navdrushti Seva Sanstha, in Mumbai. It undertakes many free health checkup camps in India, including eye camps, in rural areas, where physicians render their services, where free medicines are distributed and where surgeries are done.
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Score: 1618947 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...s_partners/member_list/nec/en/
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©UNHCR/Caroline Opile Cataract surgeon performs an eye surgery at the IRC camp hospital ©UNHCR/Samuel Otieno Eye surgery patients wait for medication after a successful eye surgery for both refugees and host community. (...) We are happy the Turkish people have come to help us access much needed medical assistance.” 52 year old Engor Londukae is waiting to see a physician at Kakuma mission hospital, one of the two centres for the free medical camp. (...) The team of doctors conducted more than 238 surgical operations, 234 eye surgeries and 950 dental procedures.  They also distributed 1400 spectacles that included 1000 reading glasses and 400 eye glasses for students. 
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Score: 1563312.4 - https://www.unhcr.org/ke/15140...ost-communities-in-kakuma.html
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It is the injured person who requests compensation, and the employer or physician who submits the claim to the compensation scheme. (...) Authorized forms are used by employers and physicians to report occupational injuries and diseases. (...) The form for the physician's report on an occupational injury or occupational disease to an insurance company consists of the following: whether: accident at work, occupational disease, private accident, traffic accident, military injury or disease; information about the person: name, identity code, address, insurance company, occupation, employer, worksite; date of accident or start of disease, how accident happened or disease began (including possible contribution of intoxicants); diagnosis or main symptoms; additional diseases; previous diseases which influence the present state or working capacity; information about treatment: physician providing initial treatment, name of hospital and date of treatment, first visit to present physician, later visits, treatments and dates (e.g. surgical operations, application and removal of plaster cast, X-rays, etc.), whether treatment finished or continued; disability: dates of period of total incapacity, dates of period of partial incapacity, whether absence from work ordered by physician, noted by physician or decided by patient, state of injury or disease (recovered, permanent); working capacity: date patient stated he or she began previous job, comparative job, kind of job, other job, no job; physician's opinion of working capacity; general state of health of worker, description of injury or disease (objective findings, anatomic and functional status, athropies, warts, subjective symptoms), whether objective findings and subjective symptoms are compatible, feasibility of treatment at home (need for home assistance, home nurse, etc.); proposed measures of rehabilitation (measures by which the injured person's state could possibly be improved); charges for each visit, whether paid by employer, patient, insurance company, etc.
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Score: 1493943.8 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/FI.html
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Dr Jim Tsai President New York Eye & Ear Infirmary, Mount Sinai Hospital James C. Tsai, MD, MBA, is a widely recognized physician-scientist and experienced administrator. (...) He previously directed the glaucoma division at the Edward S. Harkness Eye Institute, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons.
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Score: 1489279.7 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/forum/2021/Agenda/Session/271
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Dr Jim Tsai President New York Eye & Ear Infirmary, Mount Sinai Hospital James C. Tsai, MD, MBA, is a widely recognized physician-scientist and experienced administrator. (...) He previously directed the glaucoma division at the Edward S. Harkness Eye Institute, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons.
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Score: 1489279.7 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/...rum/2021/en/Agenda/Session/271
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The Guidelines would be valuable to physicians concerned with maritime medicine, but of course could not take the place of an understanding by physicians of life and work at sea. (...) For example, in his country it would only make sense that the physician handling an appeal had a higher medical qualification than the initial examiner. 14. (...) For hearing capacity, see Annex B. 16.  Eyes Both eyes must be free from progressive pathological conditions.
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Score: 1483419.3 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng.../relm/gb/docs/gb271/stm-5a.htm
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The Guidelines would be valuable to physicians concerned with maritime medicine, but of course could not take the place of an understanding by physicians of life and work at sea. (...) For example, in his country it would only make sense that the physician handling an appeal had a higher medical qualification than the initial examiner. 14. (...) For hearing capacity, see Annex B. 16.  Eyes Both eyes must be free from progressive pathological conditions.
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Score: 1483419.3 - www.ilo.org/public/engl.../relm/gb/docs/gb271/stm-5a.htm
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One of the people in attendance, Chief Physician Dr Kadrija Šabić-Haračić, who worked as a neurosurgeon in Central Bosnian during the war, expressed great enthusiasm and support for presenting the past events in this way and underlined that “ Every household in Bosnia and Herzegovina should have a copy of this film. (...) About the Outreach Programme Youth Outreach Essay-Writing Competitions ICTY through children’s eyes Publication 'Our Tribunal' Capacity Building Development of the Local Judiciaries Overview of Activities Documentaries Srebrenica Genocide: No Room For Denial Dubrovnik and Crimes against Cultural Heritage Crimes before the ICTY: Višegrad Crimes before the ICTY: Central Bosnia Through Their Eyes: Witnesses to Justice Crimes before the ICTY: Prijedor Sexual Violence and the Triumph of Justice Never Justified: ICTY and the Crime of Torture Bridging the Gap with Local Communities Brčko Foča Konjic Srebrenica Prijedor Outreach Activities Archive Outreach Articles Archive Contact us   |   Terms and Conditions of Use   |   Privacy Notice
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Score: 1463116.5 - https://www.icty.org/en/outrea...ft-speechless-icty-documentary
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