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Staff Rule 106.2(g) does not allow for removing a staff member from a post for medical reasons without him being examined by a medical board or by an independent medical specialist. (...) Section 9.1 lays down: “All staff members may be required at any time to undergo medical examination, when requested by the United Nations Medical Director or a medical officer duly authorized by the Medical Director, to protect the health and safety of staff members or to follow up chronic medical conditions.” (...) The Applicant was convoked by the Director of the UNHCR Medical Service, for a medical examination which took place on 5 November 2007.
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Score: 542118.1 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...dt/judgments/undt-2009-013.pdf
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Building Capabilities and Capacity through ICT for Medical Students and Schools in India Building Capabilities and Capacity through ICT for Medical Students and Schools in India Multifaceted approach through public/private partnerships improves medical education Like many parts of the world, India faces significant challenges in delivering adequate healthcare to its citizens. (...) Success Story: Mahatma Medical College iCt makes modern medical education possible. (...) Palanivel agrees about the role of ICT in today’s – and tomorrow’s – medical education. “ICT is a boon for a medical college,” he says.
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Score: 542113.5 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...012/intel_worldahead_india.pdf
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Contents Acknowledgements Foreword by the Director Generals Executive Summary I. Medical technologies: the fundamentals A. Public health and medical technologies: the imperative for international cooperation B. (...) Medical technologies: the innovation dimension A. (...) Sharing of influenza viruses and access to vaccines and other benefits IV. Medical technologies: the access dimension A. Access to medical technologies: the context B.
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Score: 542022.56 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/trips_e/trilat_web_13_e.htm
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Select language Select language English South-East Asia India Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / 2nd World Conference on Access to Medical Products - Achieving the SDGs 2030 2nd World Conference on Access to Medical Products - Achieving the SDGs 2030 10 October 2018 Highlights Day 2 update - 10 October 2018 The main sessions covered on Day 2 were: ’Strengthening Regulatory Networks for Facilitating Access to quality, safe and affordable Medical Products; Global Models for High-end Manufacturing of Medical Products; Standard setting and quality benchmarks for medical devices and Diagnostics in National and Global Markets; Medical Diagnostics in National and Global Markets; Promoting Health and Wellness through Traditional Medicine; Developing Efficiencies in Clinical Trials in Global, Regional and National Settings; and Access and Affordability of Medical Products with focus on Orphan and Rare drugs. (...) Dr Balram Bhargava, Director General, Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) also shared his views on the manufacturing of high-end medical devices. (...) The need is to explore possible models of collaboration with other countries to manufacture high-end medical equipment such as MRI scanners, and CT scanners etc.
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Score: 541981.35 - https://www.who.int/india/news...ucts---achieving-the-sdgs-2030
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The in-country Patient Coordination Officer (In-country PCO) serves as a point of contact for the coordination and provision of non-medical support to COVID-19 patients who have been medically evacuated to a treatment facility or facilities in their location under the UN MEDEVAC System. 2. (...) The role of the In-country PCO is to work with the Patient Focal Points, the Treating Medical Facility, any in-country UN Medical Advisor, the UN Staff Counsellors Network, the Critical Incident Stress Management Unit, the Resident Coordinator’s Office, and others to compile and share information. (...) Liaise daily with the Treating Medical Facility to maintain a current overview of the status of COVID-19 patients; ii.
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Score: 541907.2 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...st-medevac_support_process.pdf
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Select language Select language English South-East Asia India Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / India hosts 4th WHO Global Forum on Medical Devices India hosts 4th WHO Global Forum on Medical Devices 12 December 2018 Highlights Visakhapatanam, India The 4th WHO Global Forum on Medical Devices ‘Increasing Access to Medical Devices’ was organised from 13-15 December 2018 at Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh. (...) Ms Adriana Velazquez, Senior Advisor on Medical Devices, WHO Headquarter, Geneva said, “The goals of the forum are sharing WHO tools and guidelines; sharing country level challenges; best practices on regulation, assessment and management of medical devices; and innovative technologies.” (...) The forum discussed novel ideas for advancements in medical device technologies without compromising their safety and effectiveness.
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Score: 541878.37 - https://www.who.int/india/news...lobal-forum-on-medical-devices
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For any questions, please contact DHMOSH Public Health section at dos-dhmosh-public- health@un.org Use of Fabric Masks and Medical Masks For the general public: Non-medical, fabric masks should be used when physical distancing of at least 2 meters cannot be maintained with others. (...) For Individuals with specific “high-risk” profile per below: Medical/surgical4 masks should be worn instead of a fabric mask: • Are over 60 years, • Have underlying medical conditions, • Are feeling unwell, and/or • Are looking after an ill family member. (...) Use gloves as local supply allows. 4 Not able to maintain at least 2m distance from others Anticipate splashes or exposure to bodily fluids. Non-medical, fabric masks, medical mask, eye protection, gloves and gown can be considered as supply allows and as per one’s risk assessment of situation.
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Score: 541657.28 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...irus_ppeforwardfacingstaff.pdf
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WHO | World Medical Association 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 World Medical Association Member profile The World Medical Association (WMA) is an idea born in the House of the British Medical Association in 1945, officially started in Paris in 1947, and now it has become the recognized authority to speak for the doctors in international affairs. Main activities The purpose of the WMA is to serve humanity by endeavoring to achieve the highest international standards in Medical Education, Medical Science, Medical Art and Medical Ethics, and Health Care for all people in the world. (...) Democracy building for new medical associations. Leadership and career development.
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Score: 541454.74 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...s_partners/member_list/wma/en/
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WHO | The Institute for International Medical Education 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 The Institute for International Medical Education Member profile The Institute for International Medical Education (IIME) was established in 1999 in New York to address unification and quality standards. (...) The main activities include: maintaining a reference database of medical schools around the globe, creating global minimum essential requirements for the M.D. degree, setting independent international standards for IIME outcomes, evaluating outcomes of eight leading medical schools in China, cooperating with Project Globe on international school for generalist physicians, and ensuring common standards for medical competencies. Links to the health workforce crisis Content of medical curricula differs greatly worldwide resulting in varying levels of professional competences acquired by graduates of medical schools.
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Score: 541454.74 - https://www.who.int/workforcea..._partners/member_list/iime/en/
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Contents Acknowledgements Foreword by the Director Generals Executive Summary I. Medical technologies: the fundamentals A. Public health and medical technologies: the imperative for international cooperation B. (...) Medical technologies: the innovation dimension A. (...) Sharing of influenza viruses and access to vaccines and other benefits IV. Medical technologies: the access dimension A. Access to medical technologies: the context B.
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Score: 541431.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...rilatweb_e/trilat_web_13_e.htm
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