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I am a new hire, how do I enrol myself and my family members to health and dental insurance plans? | UMOJA Skip to main content Bienvenue aux Nations Unies Toggle navigation Langue: English Français TRAINING COURSES ON INSPIRA EMPLOYEE & MANAGER SELF SERVICE iLEARN UMOJA JOB AIDS RESOURCES REPORTING BI Reports Inventory NEWS SUPPORT SYSTEM STATUS GLOSSARY SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT                                                         Self Service Production Systems Strategic Planning Fundraising Umoja Mobile Accueil Accueil News I am a new hire, how do I enrol myself and my family members to health and dental insurance plans? I am a new hire, how do I enrol myself and my family members to health and dental insurance plans? I am a new hire, how do I enrol myself and my family members to health and dental insurance plans?
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Score: 1221992.1 - https://umoja.un.org/fr/node/711
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In 2011, near the end of her first semester of dental school, Mariam returned home to visit her family in their rural hometown. (...) Mariam’s family suffered their second wave of displacement in 2015, during her final semester of dental school. Mariam explained: “I could not finish the semester. (...) Through the funding she received, Mariam purchased essential medical equipment to open her own clinic, including a dental chair, operating equipment, an electrical system with solar panels and batteries, a sterilization apparatus, and a dental filling device.
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Score: 1218210.9 - https://www.undp.org/yemen/sto...eeping-dreams-alive-face-death
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Initial TDD: Dental diagnostics and digital dentistry - 5 - FG-AI4H-G-042 INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION TELECOMMUNICATION STANDARDIZATION SECTOR STUDY PERIOD 2017-2020 FG-AI4H-G-042 ITU-T Focus Group on AI for Health Original: English WG(s): Plenary New Delhi, 11-15 November 2019 DOCUMENT Source: TG-Dental topic driver Title: Initial TDD: Dental diagnostics and digital dentistry Purpose: Discussion Contact: Falk Schwendicke Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin Germany Tel: +4930450662556 Fax: +40304507562556 Email: falk.schwendicke@charite.de Contact: Joachim Krois Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin Germany Tel: +4930450562328 Fax: +40304507562932 Email: Joachim.krois@charite.de Abstract: This document serves as initial “skeleton” document (“DEL10.17”) for the forthcoming topic description document (TDD) of the topic group TG-Dental , which is concerned with the standardized benchmarking of AI for dental diagnostics and digital dentistry. (...) The topic group focusses on diagnostics in dentistry, dental and oral medicine, and associated disciplines.
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Score: 1215698.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ocuments/all/FGAI4H-G-042.docx
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Dental hygiene | UNICEF México Skip to main content UNICEF Logo México Toggle navigation Global Links Ir a UNICEF Global High contrast UNICEF Logo México EXPLORA Conoce a UNICEF Nuestro equipo Embajadores y amigos Aliados Trabaja con UNICEF Contáctanos Centro de prensa Main navigation Qué hacemos Publicaciones Novedades Involúcrate Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max 0B792406-3C90-48E8-AF22-4D48618D699F Created with sketchtool. Search results Dental hygiene Available in: Español English Sorry, we couldn't find any results for Dental hygiene Footer UNICEF Inicio Qué hacemos Novedades Publicaciones Conoce a UNICEF Centro de prensa Contáctanos Trabaja en UNICEF Involúcrate #RemontemosElMarcador #SociosUNICEF Social Footer Secondary Aviso legal Contáctanos Footer tertiary Denunciar fraude, abuso, irregularidades
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Score: 1210698 - https://www.unicef.org/mexico/en/topics/dental-hygiene
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The majority of cases are dental caries (tooth decay), periodontal diseases, oral cancers, oro-dental trauma, cleft lip and palate, and noma (severe gangrenous disease starting in the mouth mostly affecting children). (...) In North America and Europe, human papillomavirus infections are responsible for a growing percentage of oral cancers among young people 4 . Oro-dental trauma Oro-dental trauma results from injury to the teeth, mouth and oral cavity. (...) Petti S, Glendor U, Andersson L. World traumatic dental injury prevalence and incidence, a meta-analysis - One billion living people have had traumatic dental injuries.
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Score: 1208584.4 - https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/oral-health
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Benefits included in this scheme are preventive care, inpatient and outpatient services, pharmacy, optical care and other benefits . Dental benefits include diagnostic and preventative, restorative, and orthodontic care. (...) The offered US-based plans for new staff are  Aetna PPO, Empire Blue Cross PPO and Cigna Dental . Some staff might also be enrolled in the HIP, however, effective 1st July 2013, the  HIP Health Plan of New York was closed to new subscribers  (i.e., staff members or retirees). (...) The US-based plans that do provide adequate coverage for any UN staff located in the US, and retirees residing in the US, and are currently open for enrollment are Aetna PPO, Empire Blue Cross PPO and Cigna Dental . Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 1206247.1 - https://www.un.org/insurance/node/785
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Benefits included in this scheme are preventive care, inpatient and outpatient services, pharmacy, optical care and other benefits . Dental benefits include diagnostic and preventative, restorative, and orthodontic care. (...) The offered US-based plans for new staff are  Aetna PPO, Empire Blue Cross PPO and Cigna Dental . Some staff might also be enrolled in the HIP, however, effective 1st July 2013, the  HIP Health Plan of New York was closed to new subscribers  (i.e., staff members or retirees). (...) The US-based plans that do provide adequate coverage for any UN staff located in the US, and retirees residing in the US, and are currently open for enrollment are Aetna PPO, Empire Blue Cross PPO and Cigna Dental . Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 1206247.1 - https://www.un.org/insurance/content/us-based-plans
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If you choose to add your dependent to your dental plan, please repeat the same process after clicking the grey square next to “Dental”. This option is only for staff members with US-based plans. Dental coverage is already included in the Cigna Worldwide plan.
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Score: 1203286.8 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...nsurance_coverage_in_umoja.pdf
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WHO Global Code of Practice on International Recruitment of Health Personnel Implementation Strategy Report 2011 – Pakistan 1 IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY REPORT 2011 WHO Global Code of Practice on International Recruitment of Health Personnel PAKISTAN WHO Global Code of Practice on International Recruitment of Health Personnel Implementation Strategy Report 2011 – Pakistan 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 5 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................................................. 6 WHO Global Code of Practice – Basic Concept .................................................................................................................... 6 Overseas Migration of Healthcare Personnel ...................................................................................................................... 6 INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE .................................................................................................................................................. 6 LOCAL CONTEXT ........................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Bureau of Emigration & Overseas Employment ............................................................................................................ 8 Migration Trends ...................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Emigration Statistics................................................................................................................................................................ 9 Foreign Remittances ................................................................................................................................................................. 10 Minimum Data Sets (MDS) ...................................................................................................................................................... 11 WHO GLOBAL CODE OF PRACTICE – WHA63.16 ............................................................................................................ 11 An Overview ................................................................................................................................................................................. 11 OBJECTIVES OF THE WHO GLOBAL CODE OF PRACTICE ................................................................................................... 12 NATURE AND SCOPE OF THE WHO GLOBAL CODE OF PRACTICE ..................................................................................... 12 GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF THE WHO GLOBAL CODE OF PRACTICE ................................................................................... 12 RESPONSIBILITIES, RIGHTS AND RECRUITMENT PRACTICES AS PER THE WHO GLOBAL CODE OF PRACTICE ........ 13 HEALTH WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND HEALTH SYSTEMS SUSTAINABILITY .......................................................... 14 DATA GATHERING AND RESEARCH ........................................................................................................................................ 15 INFORMATION EXCHANGE ....................................................................................................................................................... 16 IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CODE ............................................................................................................................................ 17 MONITORING AND INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS ......................................................................................................... 17 PARTNERSHIPS, TECHNICAL COLLABORATION AND FINANCIAL SUPPORT...................................................................... 18 Support Requested from the Director-General ................................................................................................................ 18 HEALTHCARE IN PAKISTAN .................................................................................................................................................. 19 An Overview ................................................................................................................................................................................. 19 HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE....................................................................................................................................................... 19 EVOLVING STRUCTURE OF HEALTH & THE PRESENT SCENARIO ...................................................................................... 19 HEALTH INDICATORS ................................................................................................................................................................ 20 PRIVATE AND INFORMAL SECTORS ........................................................................................................................................ 20 MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS ..................................................................................................................................... 20 HEALTH CARE UNDER DEVOLUTION ...................................................................................................................................... 21 MEDICAL AND DENTAL PROFESSION IN PAKISTAN .................................................................................................... 21 Pakistan Medical and Dental Council................................................................................................................................... 21 CURRENT COMPOSITION OF THE COUNCIL ........................................................................................................................... 22 CURRENT OFFICE APPOINTMENTS AT THE COUNCIL .......................................................................................................... 22 WHO Global Code of Practice on International Recruitment of Health Personnel Implementation Strategy Report 2011 – Pakistan 3 MEDICAL EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS – COUNTRY PROFILE .............................................................................................. 22 UNIVERSITIES/INSTITUTIONS IN PAKISTAN OFFERING DEGREES IN THE FIELD OF MEDICINE/ DENTISTRY ........... 22 MEDICAL COLLEGES – PROVINCIAL BREAKUP ..................................................................................................................... 23 RECOGNIZED MEDICAL COLLEGES IN PAKISTAN ................................................................................................................ 23 DENTAL COLLEGES – PROVINCIAL BREAKUP ....................................................................................................................... 25 RECOGNIZED DENTAL COLLEGES IN PAKISTAN .................................................................................................................. 25 TOTAL NUMBER OF DOCTORS/DENTAL SURGEONS (GP'S WITH BACHELORS DEGREE ONLY) ................................... 27 TOTAL NUMBER OF DOCTORS/DENTAL SURGEONS (SPECIALISTS) ................................................................................ 27 College of Physicians and Surgeons, Pakistan .................................................................................................................. 27 CURRENT PROGRAMS ............................................................................................................................................................... 28 NURSING PROFESSION IN PAKISTAN ................................................................................................................................. 29 An Overview ................................................................................................................................................................................. 29 NURSE MIGRATION ................................................................................................................................................................... 29 Nursing Institutions in Pakistan............................................................................................................................................ 30 RECOGNIZED (ACCREDITED) SCHOOLS & COLLEGES OF NURSING IN PAKISTAN .......................................................... 30 NURSING EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE COUNTRY-PROVINCIAL BREAKUP ...................................................... 31 TOTAL NUMBER OF NURSES/ MIDWIVES/ LHV/LHW IN THE COUNTRY ..................................................................... 31 TOTAL NUMBER OF REGISTERED NURSES IN THE COUNTRY ............................................................................................ 31 NUMBER OF CURRENTLY WORKING REGISTERED NURSING PROFESSIONALS ................................................................ 32 HOMOEOPATHIC EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN ................................................................................................................... 32 TOTAL NUMBER OF REGISTERED QUALIFIED HOMOEOPATHIC DOCTORS IN THE COUNTRY .......................................... 32 PHARMACY IN PAKISTAN ....................................................................................................................................................... 32 HEALTH HUMAN RESOURCE SHORTAGE IN PAKISTAN .............................................................................................. 32 An Overview ................................................................................................................................................................................. 32 HUMAN RESOURCE FOR HEALTH – STANDARDS & SHORTFALL ...................................................................................... 33 Migration of Health Personnel ............................................................................................................................................... 33 STAKEHOLDERS CONSULTATIVE MEETING .................................................................................................................... 35 The Way Forward....................................................................................................................................................................... 40 Three tiers of Implementation Strategy......................................................................................................................... 40 At the Global Level ............................................................................................................................................................ 40 At the Regional Level ....................................................................................................................................................... 41 At the Country Level......................................................................................................................................................... 41 Broad Stakeholder Consultations ................................................................................................................................ 42 ANNEX ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 43 WHO Global Code of Practice on International Recruitment of Health Personnel Implementation Strategy Report 2011 – Pakistan 4 WHO Global Code of Practice on International Recruitment of Health Personnel Implementation Strategy Report 2011 – Pakistan 5 FOREWORD The global shortage of health workforce is the biggest constraint undermining the progress of the countries including Pakistan towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
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Score: 1200677.7 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...rces/PAK_ImmigrationReport.pdf
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.: Email address: Requested Effective Date of Return to ASHI Coverage: ___________________ Please select plan: Medical Plan: □Empire Blue Cross PPO □HIP (only available if already enrolled in HIP) □Aetna PPO □UN WWP (The UN Worldwide Plan, administered by Cigna) Dental Plan: □Please only select if you previously participated in Cigna Dental PPO (Please note that UN WWP includes dental coverage) List below spouse and/or children to be included in coverage (Please Note: Only list participants who participated in your initial ASHI prior to your return to service.) (...) FF-335 Fax: (917) 367-1670 304 E-45th Street, New York NY 10017 Email: ashi@un.org Date (DD/MM/YY): _____________________ Signature: ____________________ RETURN TO AFTER SERVICE HEALTH INSURANCE (ASHI) COVERAGE & AUTHORIZATION FOR DEDUCTION OF MONTHLY PREMIUM CONTRIBUTION FROM UNJSPF PERIOD BENEFIT Please submit the completed form to: Health and Life Insurance Section (HLIS), Email: ashi@un.org – Fax: (917) 367-1670 mailto:ashi@un.org RETURN TO AFTER SERVICE HEALTH INSURANCE (ASHI) COVERAGE & AUTHORIZATION FOR DEDUCTION OF MONTHLY PREMIUM CONTRIBUTION FROM UNJSPF PERIOD BENEFIT Name Last First: undefined: Pension Benefits Numbers A 1 R 2: 1: 2: Mailing Address: 1_2: 2_2: undefined_2: undefined_3: Index Payroll Number: Index Number continues to be used for ASHI Retiree Number is used for Pension For ASHI records please provide Index Payroll NumberContactHome Telephone No Email address: Requested Effective Date of Return to ASHI Coverage: Empire Blue Cross PPO: Off Aetna PPO: Off Please only select if you previously participated in Cigna Dental PPO Please note that UN WWP includes dental coverage: Off HIP only available if already enrolled in HIP: Off UN WWP The UN Worldwide Plan administered by Cigna: Off Last NameRow1: First NameRow1: RelationshipRow1: Date of Birth DDMMYYRow1: Sex Male Female OtherRow1: Last NameRow2: First NameRow2: RelationshipRow2: Date of Birth DDMMYYRow2: Sex Male Female OtherRow2: Last NameRow3: First NameRow3: RelationshipRow3: Date of Birth DDMMYYRow3: Sex Male Female OtherRow3: Date DDMMYY: Signature87_es_:signer:signature: Text88: Text89:
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Score: 1200354.2 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s.../files/return_to_ashi_form.pdf
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