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Exceptions: 100% of the price for a private room is covered under the following circumstances: a) when the nature and gravity of the illness require private room care and such care is requested by the attending physician; b) when the patient is admitted on an emergency basis to a hospital, which has semi-private accommodation, but none is available at the time; c) when the patient is admitted to a hospital which does not have any semi-private accommodation, i.e. it has no standard of accommodation other than private rooms and general wards. All-in hospitalisation 100% Doctor’s fees (surgeon, treating physician, assistant, anaesthetist, midwife) 100% Fees treating physician 100% Accompanying person Not covered, except when the patient is under the age of 12 or when it is required by local legislation. (...) The nutritional counselling must be prescribed by a physician and furnished by a medical service provider (e.g. a registered dietician, licensed nutritionist or other qualified licensed health professional).
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Score: 1161229.9 - https://www.unv.org/sites/defa...overage%20IUNV%202020%20EN.pdf
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Permanent incapacity to work: the loss or reduction of the earning potential of the injured person with respect to the general labour market; the extent of the incapacity is evaluated not only as a function of physiological disability, but also of age, occupational qualification, adaptability, possibility of occupational rehabilitation and ability to compete in the general labour market. any injury involving the loss of body parts, or of an organ, such as the eyes (Source: Factories Act); any injury that totally or partially incapacitates the worker for all work that he/she was capable of performing at the time of the accident, and which thereby permanently reduces his/her earning capacity for any job (Source: Workmen's Compensation Act). (...) Classifications (a) fatal or non-fatal accidents; (b) extent of disability: accident without after-effects, accident with temporary disability, accident with permanent disability, fatal accident; (c) economic activity: according to the NACE Rev. 1; (d) occupation: occupational category: workers, employees, domestic workers, legislative amendments, occupation; (e) type of injury: nature of injury: fractures; dislocations; sprains and strains; concussions and other internal injuries; amputations; enucleations; other wounds; superficial injuries; contusions; crushings; burns; poisonings, other external factors; weather conditions, other external factors; asphyxia; harmful effects of electricity; harmful effects of radiations; multiple injuries of various types; other traumatisms; unknown; location of injury: head: cranium region (skull, brain, scalp), eye, including eye socket and optical nerve; injuries not elsewhere classified; neck, including throat, nape and cervical vertebrae; trunk: back, excluding shoulder, shoulder, chest (ribs, sternum, internal organs of the thorax), abdomen, pelvis and hips; upper limbs: arms and elbows, forearms and wrists, hands, fingers; lower limbs: thigh, knee, leg, ankle and feet (excluding toes), toes; multiple body parts: trunk and head, head and one or more limbs, trunk and one or more limbs, upper limb and one or more lower limbs, other multiple body parts, unspecified multiple body parts; general injuries: circulatory system, respiratory system, digestive system, nervous system; other general injuries; unknown; (f) cause of accident: type of accident; (g) duration of absence from work; (h) characteristics of workers: sex; age (0 to 14 years, then in 5-year increments up to 79 years, 80 years and older); length of service in enterprise (less than one month, 1-2 months, 2-3 months, 4-6 months, 6-12 months, 1-2 years, 2-3 years, 3-4 years, 4-5 years, more than 5 years); nationality; (i) characteristics of accidents: time of day , in one-hour increments; day of the week ; type of accident: falls of persons: from heights or into depths, from the same level; falling objects: collapsing, crumbling, falling objects during handling, other falling objects; contact with objects: stepping on objects, contact with stationary objects, contact with moving objects (projection, foreign bodies); exertion, strenous movements, slipping without falling: during handling without power source, during any other circumstances; exposure to or contact with heat or cold; exposure to or contact with electrical current: high voltage, low voltage; exposure to or contact with harmful substances: contact by inhalation, ingestion of harmful substances, exposure to ionizing radiations, exposure to radiations other than ionizing radiations (infrared); other types of accidents not elsewhere classified; unknown; material agency: machinery: mechanical, motor or generating risks; transmission machinery, tooling, shaping, or manufacturing machinery (nine categories), specialized agricultural machinery (three categories), mining machinery (two categories), other specialized machines and equipment; means of transport and lifting equipment: lifting machines and appliances (seven categories), means of rail transport (two categories), wheeled means of transport, exlcuding rail transport (two categories), means of water transport, other means of transport (four categories); other equipment: pressurized and depressurized equipment (five categories), furnaces, ovens, kilns and other heating installations, installations for the production and use of refrigeration, electrical installations, including electric motors (three categories), hand tools, instruments and implements (two categories), ladders, mobile ramps and step-ladders, scaffolding, other equipment not elsewhere classified; substances, radiations and materials: explosives, gases, vapours, and fumes, liquid and solid chemical substances, dusts, flying fragments and sparks, radiations (two categories), materials, working environments: traffic and working surfaces, floors, obstacles and openings in floors, stairs, ramps and steps, wind or lightening, underground working environments; other agencies: animals, other agencies not elsewhere classified, unknown; (j) characteristics of employers or workplaces; (k) other: regions. 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Data reported: The official form provides the following information: characteristics of the accident: occupational accident or commuting accident; information about the employer: name; address; economic activity; division, work site, or class and characteristics of ship where accident occurred; insurance provider; policy number; annual vacation fund; family allowances compensation fund; medical service at workplace or occupational physician; number of workers (workers and employees separately) employed by the enterprise at the end of the previous quarter; number of working days worked by the staff as a whole (workers and employees separately) from the beginning of the year until the end of the previous quarter; information about the injured person: name; place of birth; sex; nationality; address; relationship to employer; civil status; language; registration number in personnel register; date hired; beneficiary of family allowances; national register number; occupational category; workshop, work site, section, service, department or division where the injured party usually works; usual occupation in the enterprise; length of service in occupational category, in enterprise, in workplace, in occupation; name and address of the mutual benefit society to which the injured person belongs; information about the accident: day, date and time; day, date and time of the employer's accident report; normal working hours of the injured person the day of the accident: morning, afternoon; place of accident; indication as to whether at the time of the accident the injured person was performing work within the context of his/her usual occupation, and if not, what work he/she was performing; circumstances of the accident and agencies; agency; type of accident; name of person who took minutes and date of the minutes; name and addess of person in charge; name and address of insurance provider; names and addresses of witnesses; information about the injury: name of person who administered first aid and date administered; name and address of attending physician; name and address of hospital establishment; nature of injury; part of body injured; after-effects of injury (death; no loss of working time; loss of working time: probable duration and dates; medical certificate attached to the accident report or to be forwarded); projected percentage of permanent disability; information aimed at prevention: detailed description of circumstances and agencies relating to accident: place where was the injured person was working, his/her occupation, how the accident occurred, material agencies involved, prevention measures taken, or which should in future be taken to prevent occurrences of similar accidents.
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Score: 1158392 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/BE.html
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However, a current subscriber who switches to another United States plan during the 2013 annual campaign will not be allowed to return to the HIP plan in future annual campaigns; (d) Vanbreda International: the following changes will be implemented: (i) Eye examination to determine the dioptre by an ophthalmologist, optometrist or optician will be covered every 12 months at the current reimbursement rate; (ii) Prior approval from Vanbreda medical consultants for planned or non-emergency hospitalizations and selected outpatient treatments (i.e. chemotherapy, haemodialysis and radiological treatments) in the United States of America will be strictly enforced. (...) Each of the insurance companies in the United Nations health insurance programme has its own website providing a wide range of information about the plan, such as: (a) Health-care providers; (b) Physicians; (c) Participating hospitals; (d) Pharmacies; (e) Prosthetics, orthotics, durable medical equipment and medical supplies vendors; (f) Dentists; (g) Health education; (h) Covered services; (i) Replacement insurance cards; (j) Explanations of benefits or claims processed.
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Score: 1149059 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...urance/files/2013_hq_hi_ic.pdf
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Rob Fowler, a critical care physician, Canada Q: What did it mean for you to be a part of this first team? (...) Rob: My wife Eva is a physician too and she has the ability to think logically about the modes of transmission. (...) Rob: I really love my profession as a critical care physician, helping to look after very sick patients.
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Score: 1145016.9 - https://www.who.int/features/2015/ebola-interview-fowler/en/
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For example, Kenya will need 24 000 physicians on average in 2015 (a shortage of about 18 000 physicians) and the economy will be strong enough to demand 7600 physicians on average, but the supply in Kenya is only projected to reach an average of 6100 physicians. Algeria, on the other hand, will have an ample supply of 97 000 physicians, a surplus of almost 77 000 physicians beyond what is needed and a surplus of 67 000 physicians beyond what will be demanded. In Ethiopia, we see another scenario where 53 000 physicians will be needed by 2015, but the economy will only demand about 3000 physicians, even though the supply of physicians is projected to reach about 5000.
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Score: 1140946.3 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/86/7/07-046474/en/
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LETTER DATED 24 NOVEMBER 2015 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSED TO THE PRES
United Nations S/2015/908 Security Council Distr.: General 24 November 2015 Original: English 15-20835 (E) 301115 *1520835* Letter dated 24 November 2015 from
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Score: 1140923.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=S/2015/908&Lang=E
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Cultural Selection: The Diffusion of Tea and Tea Culture along the Silk Roads | Silk Roads Programme Skip to main content Silk Roads Programme About About the Silk Roads The UNESCO Silk Roads Programme The International Network for the Silk Roads Programme Silk Roads Youth Research Grant Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Who are we? Themes Festivals Documentary Heritage Intangible Cultural Heritage Languages and Endangered Languages Movable Heritage and Artefacts Traditional Craftsmanship Underwater Heritage World Cultural Heritage World Natural Heritage, Biosphere Reserves and Geoparks In Action Cities Institutions Museums Publications Knowledge Bank Countries Silk Roads Photo Contest UnescoLogo_AI Building peace in the minds of men and women Search English English Français Русский العربية 中文 Español Cultural Selection: The Diffusion of Tea and Tea Culture along the Silk Roads ©Kuzey Aytaç / UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads The history of tea stretches back over thousands of years and spans not only the vast regions encompassed by the Silk Roads but much of the globe. (...) The complex intercultural exchanges associated with tea and tea culture were the direct result of the movement of traders, missionaries, and physicians along the Silk Roads. As they travelled across the vast regions of Eurasia, different elements of culture were transmitted both to the East and the West.
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Score: 1139931.9 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...d-tea-culture-along-silk-roads
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Classifications (a) fatal or non-fatal accidents; (b) extent of disability: not applicable; (c) economic activity: according to the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC), Revision 3; (d) occupation: occupational qualifications: managers, technicians, foremen; employees; apprentices; unskilled workers; skilled workers; professional workers; workers with unspecified qualifications; travelling salesmen, domestic personnel and professional athletes; (e) type of injury: part of body injured: head (excluding eyes), eyes, upper limbs (excluding hands), hands, trunk, lower limbs (excluding feet), feet, internal locations, multiple locations; nature of injury: fracture, burn, amputation, wound (cut, abrasion, other wound) excluding puncture wound, puncture wound, contusion, inflammation, sprain, dislocation, asphyxia, concussion, presence of a foreign body, hernia, lumbago, poisoning, dermatitis, visual function disorder, hearing disorder, muscle or ligament tear, nerve injury, cardiac fibrillation, animal bite or sting; (f) cause of accident: none; (g) duration of absence from work: none; (h) characteristics of workers: none; (i) characteristics of accidents: place of accident: on the regular route between home and work; journey made during working hours on behalf of employer; usual workplace; occasional workplace; workerks residence; material agency: working areas and surfaces (fall of person on same level); working areas and surfaces (fall from higher level); objects being handled; object or substance moved accidentally; particles or substances; lifting, mooring, gripping machines or equipment; vehicles; transmission machinery; power transformers and prime movers; grinding, crushing, pulverizing or dividing machines; kneading and mixing machines using agitation or malaxation; shaking, sifting, screening or separating machines; impact power presses and pounders; pressing and molding machines; laminating, wiredrawing, stretching, smoothing or printing machines; cutting, slicing, unrolling, or fiber separating machines (excluding saws); saws; metal punching, drilling, rotating, reaming, polishing machines; punching, rotating, torpedoing or planing machines (wood and similar materials); filling, packing and riveting machines; sewing, stapling or eyeletting machines; filling, packing, wrapping, seasoning or nailing machines; rope tearers, openers, beaters; spinning, weaving, cable-making, finishing machines (not included in the previous item); machines and equipment for earth-moving and related jobs; miscellaneous machines (not falling under any of the previous categories); portable tools (electric, pneumatic or mechanically driven); hand tools; pressure vessels; furnaces, kilns, cooking appliances and other equipment or implements used for processing hot substances; refrigerating equipment and plants; equipment or implements for handling caustic, corrosive, or toxic substances; harmful vapours, gases and dusts; inflammable substances (on fire); explosive substances; electricity; ionizing radiations; (j) characteristics of employers or workplaces: not applicable; (k) other: region. (...) Reporting: The primary responsibility for notifying occupational accidents to the CNSS and to the attending physician lies with the employer. In the event of the employerks failure to do so, the worker, or his or her representatives or beneficiaries, may report the accident.
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Score: 1139931.9 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/NE.html
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Dr Chanthapanya at the Vang Vieng District Hospital noticed an increase in number of dengue patients in recent months and provided information on dengue symptoms Dengue should be suspected when a high fever (40°C/104°F) is accompanied by two of the following symptoms: severe headache, pain behind the eyes, muscle and joint pains, nausea, vomiting, swollen glands or rash. (...) For severe dengue, medical care by physicians and nurses experienced with the effects and progression of the disease can save lives – decreasing mortality rates from more than 20% to less than 1%.
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Score: 1139178.9 - https://www.who.int/laos/news/...n-dengue-prevention-activities
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“We are a group of specialists: a social worker, a lawyer, a physician and a psychologist. Our duty is to give support. (...) “I see a lot of pain in people's eyes. The most difficult thing I’ve experienced was on the border with Slovakia.
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Score: 1139178.9 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...ialists-unite-to-help-families
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