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It also has catastrophic longer-term consequences as medical facilities close and medical workers are forced to flee, depriving entire communities of vital care. Medical care also suffers less visible impediments, such as legislation criminalizing medical care for certain categories of patients, or arbitrary obstructions to the passage of medical relief. (...) It is prohibited to punish a person for performing medical duties compatible with medical ethics or compelling a person engaged in medical activities to perform acts contrary to medical ethics.
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Score: 552225 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...t%20sheet%20medical%20care.pdf
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Medical care services rendered to the population shall include: Primary healthcare services, specialized medical care services, medical-and-social care services, and rehabilitation services. 2. (...) The Rights of Private Medical Institutions and Individuals Engaging in Private Medical Practice. (...) The Obligations of Private Medical Institutions and Individuals Engaging in Private Medical Practice.
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Score: 551659.38 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/kaz_e/WTACCKAZ62_LEG_1.pdf
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The Fora also serve as occasions to listen to regional and country activities on medical devices issues. The Fora present the WHO resources available to Member States in a range of topics concerning medical devices: policy of medical devices regulation of medical devices nomenclature of medical devices medical devices innovation  selection and prioritization of medical devices human resources for medical devices management of medical devices among others The programmes of the WHO Global Fora have include presentations on the a huge range of topics on medical devices and also help present WHO projects, initiatives, tools, resources and work in progress. Fourth WHO Global Forum on Medical Devices 13 – 15 December 2018 Third WHO Global Forum on Medical Devices 10 May – 12 June 2017 Second WHO Global Forum on Medical Devices 22 – 24 November 2013 First WHO Global Forum on Medical Devices 9 – 11 September 2010 WHO Medical Devices Technical Series     What is the Medical Devices Technical Series? (...) WHO developed this series that cover the following areas: Development of medical devices policies Human resources for medical devices Regulation of medical devices Health technology assessment of medical devices Health technology management Priority and essential medical devices Who could use the MDTS?
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Score: 551576.6 - https://www.who.int/health-topics/medical-devices
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SECTION II Import and export Article 26 (Authorization to import) 1. The import of medication needs to be authorized by the DGF and can only fall on medications included in the National Medications List. 2. (...) The producers and importers may freely transact medications among themselves. Article 31 (Sale to the public) The medications can only be sold to the public in pharmacies and medication stations. Article 32 (Free sale medications) 1. Free sale medications are those that, being destined to the treatment or prevention of certain illnesses, can be acquired without a medical prescription because they don’t require medical care.
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Score: 549974.17 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/cpv_e/WTACCCPV15A1_LEG_1.pdf
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Statement of International Federation of Medical Students' Associations (IFMSA)  49th Session of Commission on Population and Development  April 11­16th , New York,  USA       Honorable Chair, Distinguished Guests,  International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations welcomes the leading theme for 49th  Session of Commission on Population and Development “Strengthening the demographic  evidence for the post­2015 development agenda”.  International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations is one of the world’s oldest and                          largest youth­led organizations, representing and engaging a network of over one million                        medical students from 124 national members organizations in 116 countries around the globe.   (...) As the medical students of today, and the healthcare professionals of tomorrow, we demand                            evidence and rights­based approach to fulfil Sustainable Development Goal’s target 3.7. to                        achieve universal access to sexual and reproductive health.               
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Score: 549658.2 - https://www.un.org/development...esa_pd_2016_ifmsa_en_item4.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation Canada’s Experience in Regulatory Cooperation in the Medical Devices Sector February 25, 2019 Nancy Shadeed Manager, International Programs Division Office of Policy and International Programs Medical Devices Directorate, Health Canada Global Context and Drivers • Rising health care costs and budget constraints • Fast paced technological development – R&D generates competitive edge for device companies, as in other industries – Rate of innovation, shorter review timelines and greater diversity/complexity of technologies pose increasing regulatory challenges • International regulatory cooperation 2 International Collaboration Key international activities for the Medical Devices Program: • Participation in the International Medical Device Regulators Forum (IMDRF) • Medical Device Single Audit Program (MDSAP) 3 International Medical Devices Regulator Forum (IMDRF) • Goals are to: – Accelerate international medical device regulatory harmonization and convergence building on the work of the Global Harmonization Task Force (GHTF) – Address common public health regulatory challenges to convergence due to the globalization of medical device production and the emergence of new technologies – Accelerate innovation by clear and practical regulatory expectations 4 Current IMDRF Working Groups • Adverse Event Terminology – Develop harmonized terminology and systems being used to code information relating to medical device adverse events • Good Regulatory Review Practices – Develop harmonized requirements for assessing conformity to safety and performance regulatory requirements for new medical devices • Regulated Product Submission (RPS) – Develop standard system for the electronic exchange of information related to premarket medical device submissions and a common ‘Table of Contents’ for medical device regulatory submissions 5 Current IMDRF Working Groups • Standards – Improve the utility of standards for regulatory use • Unique Device Identification (UDI) – Establish guidance for the positive identification of medical devices • Patient Specific Devices – Develop a harmonized approach to defining medical devices that are manufactured for a particular individual • Clinical Evaluation – Develop a harmonized approach and requirements for leveraging and evaluating clinical evidence • Cybersecurity – Develop a globally harmonized approach to medical device cybersecurity that ensures the safety and performance of medical devices while encouraging innovation 6 Implementation of Guidance Documents Leads to Regulatory Convergence • Common Table of Contents for Medical Device Regulatory Submissions – Health Canada published guidance in 2019 to accept the IMDRF Table of Contents as a preferred format. Other countries have since announced their implementation of this format to lead to efficiencies in re-using submission content for multi-jurisdictions. • Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) – Health Canada recently published guidance in 2020 that used definitions and risk categorization criteria developed by IMDRF. (...) • Innovative approach to collaborative regulation that positions regulators for a more global efficient model of third party auditing of medical device manufacturers. This global approach is dedicated to pooling technology, resources, and services to improve the safety and oversight of medical devices on an international scale • MDSAP builds upon ten years of experience that Canada had with operating an a with the existing Canadian Medical Devices Conformity Assessment System (CMDCAS) program as well as the experience of other regulatory partners to produce a program that better defines regulatory expectations and oversight in the planning, conduct and reporting of third party audits. • Medical device manufacturers will benefit from MDSAP through the introduction of a single audit that meets the requirements of multiple countries – reduction in the number of audits faced by medical device manufacturers. 10 Final Points • Challenges as a regulator to embrace innovation, with the agile review and evaluation of novel devices and the increasingly reduced innovation and version cycles • Need for international collaboration and solutions to encourage market interest while regulating in the best interest of Canadians 11 Canada’s Experience in Regulatory Cooperation in the Medical Devices SectorFebruary 25, 2019 Global Context and Drivers International Collaboration International Medical Devices Regulator Forum (IMDRF) Current IMDRF Working Groups Current IMDRF Working Groups Implementation of Guidance Documents Leads to Regulatory Convergence Implementation of Guidance Documents Leads to Regulatory Convergence Medical Device Single Audit Program (MDSAP) How Was It Developed Medical Device Single Audit Program (MDSAP) – How Was it Developed?
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Score: 549506.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ada_shadeed_grp_25022020_e.pdf
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WORLD FEDERATION FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION WORLD FEDERATION FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION WORLD FEDERATION FOR MEDICAL EDUCATIONWORLD FEDERATION FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION WFME Office: University of Copenhagen · Denmark · 2003WFME Office: University of Copenhagen · Denmark · 2003 Postgraduate Medical Education WFME Global Standards for Quality Improvement Postgraduate Medical Education WFME Global Standards for Quality Improvement WFME Executive Council Chairman: Dr. (...) FUNDAMENTALS OF POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION Postgraduate medical education is the phase of med- ical education in which doctors develop competen- cies after completion of their basic medical qualifica- tion. (...) Quality development: Postgraduate medical training should interface with basic medical education and continuing medical edu- cation/professional development.
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Score: 549471.53 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...iance/knowledge/toolkit/44.pdf
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WORLD FEDERATION FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION WORLD FEDERATION FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION WORLD FEDERATION FOR MEDICAL EDUCATIONWORLD FEDERATION FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION WFME Office: University of Copenhagen · Denmark · 2003WFME Office: University of Copenhagen · Denmark · 2003 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) of Medical Doctors WFME Global Standards for Quality Improvement Continuing Professional Development (CPD) of Medical Doctors WFME Global Standards for Quality Improvement WFME Executive Council Chairman: Dr. (...) The initial focus was on Basic (Undergraduate) Medical Education in medical schools (6,7), followed by Postgraduate Medical Education (8). (...) CPD dif- fers in principle from the preceding two formal phas- es of medical education: basic medical education and systematic postgraduate medical training.
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Score: 549179.1 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...iance/knowledge/toolkit/46.pdf
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Jameela Al-Salman (chairperson of the medical Department). The committee consists of eight members:  (Chief of HIV Care Committee),  (Consultant of the pathology / Microbiology SMC medical lab),  (Public health consultant-Head of communicable diseases group),  (ID Doctor),  (ID Doctor),  (Head medical Technologist),  (Pharmacist Technician),  (Staff Nurse/HIV Coordinator). (...) To introduce up to date new HIV medications 4. To implement the international guidelines for HIV management 5. (...) Over the same period we introduced new and updated HIV medications to increase the response rate to HIV medications.
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Score: 549158.7 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/5154
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The duration of a medical certificate issued to a required pilot flight crewmember depends on the age of the applicant at the date of the examination, the type of operation, and class of certificate.^ In addition, a person may serve as a flight engineer of a civil aircraft only if that person holds an unexpired second-class (or higher) medical certificate issued under 14 CFR part 67 (or other documentation acceptable to the FAA).^ To receive a new medical certificate, a person must submit to a medical examination given by an aviation medical examiner (...) Statement of Policy It is not in the public interest at this time to maintain the requirement of an FAA medical examination, which is a nonemergency medical service, in order for pilots and flight engineers with expiring medical certificates to obtain new medical certificates. (...) Accordingly, the FAA emphasizes that under 14 CFR 61.53, no person who holds a medical certificate issued under 14 CFR part 67 may act as a required pilot flight crewmember while that person: (1) knows or has reason to know of any medical condition that would make the person unable to meet the requirements for the medical certificate necessary for the pilot operation; or (2) is taking medication or receiving other treatment for a medical condition that results in the person being unable to meet the requirements for the medical certificate necessary for the pilot operation.
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Score: 548606.9 - https://www.icao.int/safety/CO...cal%20Certificate%20Policy.pdf
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