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Around noon on that day, Aqel received a 17-year old female patient for a dental consultation. No nurse was present in the treatment room. (...) The centre was full of patients visiting the various departments. The victim was not the last patient Aqel treated that day. (...) Aqel was fully aware of the rule that female patients should be treated in the presence of a nurse.
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Score: 828897.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2010-unat-040.pdf
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On 27 December 2005 a second-time pregnant woman patient named Tahrir Khalil unfortunately died. (...) UNRWA recalls that Doleh was not accused of, or investigated for, causing the maternal death of a patient. However, the decision to terminate her services was based on identified deficiencies in patient management and negligent record keeping. (...) Doleh had been careless in the performance of her duties and had changed the patient’s medical records to cover up certain defects in her poor patient management.
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Score: 805804.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2010-unat-025.pdf
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1 TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR PATIENT FOCAL POINTS IN THE POST-MEDEVAC SUPPORT PROCESS This document sets out Terms of Reference for the role of the Patient Focal Point in managing and supporting COVID-19 patients who are being treated in the location for which the Patient Focal Point has responsibility, and any accompanying escorts. 1. The Patient Focal Point serves as a focal point for COVID-19 patients who have been medically evacuated under the MEDEVAC System and any accompanying escorts to the location for which the Focal Point has responsibility. (...) Where no Patient Focal Point is physically present in the country where the patient is undergoing treatment, the Resdent Coordinator may also wish to designate an in-country Patient Focal Point who can work in conjunction with the HQ Patient Focal Point of the entity in question.
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Score: 789473.44 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...st-medevac_support_process.pdf
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. ** Non-medical needs will vary from patient to patient, and may include but not be limited to: access to an internet-enabled communications device, translation services, religious or cultural support, and basic toiletries and clothing needs. (...) Support to COVID-19 patients in their MEDEVAC destination is part of the end-to-end process While patient is hospitalized in a COVID-19 MEDEVAC location • Review key activities in Post-MEDEVAC Support Framework and ensure all responsibilities are allocated* • Ensure that a Patient Focal Point is designated for each COVID-19 Patient evacuated to the location • Identify means by which any required linguistic support for the patient / any escort can be provided • Understand any quarantine requirements for any escort and plan accordingly • Confirm suitable accommodation for any escort, and arrange suitable transportation • Ensure all planning accounts for appropriate support to any minors (patient or escort) • Identify options for the provision of any appropriate faith-based and/or psycho-social support • Preparatory Phase • Patient Focal Point / Patient Coordination Officer (PCO) to safely establish contact with the patientPatient to be provided with internet enabled communications device, and details of key contacts • Non-medical needs of patient addressed by / facilitated by Patient Focal Point as far as possible** • Patient Focal Point to liaise with any escort and ensure they have access to any support needed • PCO to provide regular updates on patient status to Global Patient Coordination Officer in Geneva • Patient discharge timeline to be monitored to inform planning for convalescence / repatriation • PCO to convey any admin or billing requests from treating facility to Patient Focal Point for action • Patient Focal Point to provide regular updates to appropriate persons in referring entity & UN System Implementing repatriation • Confirm COVID-19 MEDEVAC request to COVID-19 Coordinator, in conjunction with TMP • Work with COVID-19 Coordinator to enable exchange of medical info btwn TMP/MEDEVAC Cell • Provide COVID-19 Coordinator with signed consent & liability waiver forms and other documents • Patient Focal Point to oversee all administrative, logistical and financial aspects of repatriation of patient and any eligible escort • In the event it is necessary to repatriate the remains of a patient, this may be informed by the Guidance on the Repatriation of Remains • Patient Focal Point to inform appropriate persons in referring entity & UN System of repatriation • PCO to confirm to the Global Patient Coordination Officer the repatriation of a patient During patient recuperation in-country • Patient Focal Point to provide ongoing support to patient and address any immediate practical needs • Patient to be provided with any required security or orientation briefing specific to the location • Patient to be offered psycho-social support and be made aware of faith/cultural support options • Patient Focal Point to monitor validity and expiry dates of travel docs / any visa of patient / any escort • Patient Focal Point to provide regular updates to appropriate persons in referring entity & UN System • PCO to provide regular updates on patient status to Global Patient Coordination Officer in Geneva • Patient Focal Point to ensure patient understands repatriation options*** and work to confirm these https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/post-medevac_support_framework.pdf https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/terms_of_reference_for_patient_focal_points_in_the_post-medevac_support_process.pdf https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/terms_of_reference_for_the_in-country_patient_coordination_officer_in_the_post-medevac_support_process.pdf https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/terms_of_reference_for_the_global_patient_coordination_officer_in_the_post-medevac_support_process.pdf https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/sop_framework_covid-19_repatriation_of_remains.pdf
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Score: 788408.7 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...edevac_support_quick_guide.pdf
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1 FRAMEWORK: SUPPORTING COVID-19 PATIENTS AFTER MEDICAL EVACUATION (Post-MEDEVAC Support) Version 01: 01 October 2020 INTRODUCTION 1. (...) The Terms of Reference for the proposed roles of Patient Focal Point, the Global Patient Coordinator and the in-Country Patient Coordination Officer are outlined separately. (...) The Patient Focal Point should liaise with both the patient and the Patient Coordination Officer to understand the possible patient repatriation timeline. 7.
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Score: 786779.6 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...-medevac_support_framework.pdf
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1 TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR IN-COUNTRY PATIENT COORDINATION OFFICERS IN THE POST-MEDEVAC SUPPORT PROCESS This document sets out the Terms of Reference for in-country Patient Coordination Officers and their management of COVID-19 patients who are being treated in a location with which the UN has a formal arrangement. 1. (...) Responsibility for making administrative and logistical arrangements for individual COVID- 19 patients who have been medically evacuated to the country (COVID-19 patients) and any non-medical escorts, including all aspects of repatriation, lies with the Patient Focal Point of the entity with which the patient is affiliated or another officially designated Point of Contact (hereafter ‘Patient Focal Point’). 3. (...) Monitor patient progress and ensure the Patient Focal Point makes the requisite preparations to meet the basic needs of the patient following discharge from the Treating Medical Facility, and; vii.
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Score: 785874.2 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...st-medevac_support_process.pdf
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1 TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR THE GLOBAL PATIENT COORDINATION OFFICER IN THE POST-MEDEVAC SUPPORT PROCESS This document sets out the Terms of Reference for the role of the Global Patient Coordination Officer in managing COVID-19 patients who are being treated at facilities with which the UN does not have a formal arrangement or where there is limited UN presence. 1. The Global Patient Coordination Officer (Global 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 locations that are not dedicated MEDEVAC hubs or which have no on-site Patient Coordination Officer. 2. Responsibility for making administrative and logistical arrangements for individual COVID- 19 patients who have been medically evacuated (COVID-19 patients) and any non- medical escorts, including all aspects of repatriation, lies with the Patient Focal Point of the entity with which the patient is affiliated or another officially designated Point of Contact (hereafter ‘Patient Focal Point’). 3.
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Score: 785454.9 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...st-medevac_support_process.pdf
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Pre-alert COVID-19 Coordinator of poss. request Ensure consent forms and authorisations signed Check validity of patient & escort travel docs Liaise with Patient, Family and TMP as needed Gather required medical docs Update COVID-19 Coordinator If Medevac confirmed, make admin arrangements for patient & any escort ENTITY FOCAL POINT – WALLET GUIDE SCAN ME Pre-alert COVID-19 Coordinator of poss. request Ensure consent forms and authorisations signed Check validity of patient & escort travel docs Liaise with Patient, Family and TMP as needed Gather required medical docs Update COVID-19 Coordinator If Medevac confirmed, make admin arrangements for patient & any escort ENTITY FOCAL POINT – WALLET GUIDE SCAN ME Pre-alert COVID-19 Coordinator of poss. request Ensure consent forms and authorisations signed Check validity of patient & escort travel docs Liaise with Patient, Family and TMP as needed Gather required medical docs Update COVID-19 Coordinator If Medevac confirmed, make admin arrangements for patient & any escort ENTITY FOCAL POINT – WALLET GUIDE SCAN ME Pre-alert COVID-19 Coordinator of poss. request Ensure consent forms and authorisations signed Check validity of patient & escort travel docs Liaise with Patient, Family and TMP as needed Gather required medical docs Update COVID-19 Coordinator If Medevac confirmed, make admin arrangements for patient & any escort ENTITY FOCAL POINT – WALLET GUIDE SCAN ME Pre-alert COVID-19 Coordinator of poss. request Ensure consent forms and authorisations signed Check validity of patient & escort travel docs Liaise with Patient, Family and TMP as needed Gather required medical docs Update COVID-19 Coordinator If Medevac confirmed, make admin arrangements for patient & any escort ENTITY FOCAL POINT – WALLET GUIDE SCAN ME Pre-alert COVID-19 Coordinator of poss. request Ensure consent forms and authorisations signed Check validity of patient & escort travel docs Liaise with Patient, Family and TMP as needed Gather required medical docs Update COVID-19 Coordinator If Medevac confirmed, make admin arrangements for patient & any escort ENTITY FOCAL POINT – WALLET GUIDE SCAN ME Pre-alert COVID-19 Coordinator of poss. request Ensure consent forms and authorisations signed Check validity of patient & escort travel docs Liaise with Patient, Family and TMP as needed Gather required medical docs Update COVID-19 Coordinator If Medevac confirmed, make admin arrangements for patient & any escort ENTITY FOCAL POINT – WALLET GUIDE SCAN ME Pre-alert COVID-19 Coordinator of poss. request Ensure consent forms and authorisations signed Check validity of patient & escort travel docs Liaise with Patient, Family and TMP as needed Gather required medical docs Update COVID-19 Coordinator If Medevac confirmed, make admin arrangements for patient & any escort ENTITY FOCAL POINT – WALLET GUIDE SCAN ME
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Score: 782135.25 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...int_medevacwallet_card_en_.pdf
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We started in 2012 with only 39 patients on treatment currently we have 120 patients on treatment and we are calling through the public health for the rest of the patients. (...) OF PATIENTS 94 TOTAL NO. OF PATIENTS 94 C. Execution and Implementation   4. (...) Age range from 11 to 74 years old. 23 patients have CD4 count < 200, 19 patients between 200 - 350 and 50 patients above 350. 35 % have undetectable viral load.
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Score: 781124 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/5154
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Steps you take to prepare your clinic for flu can also help protect your patients and healthcare workers from COVID-19: Before Patients Arrive • Prepare the clinic. - Provide 24/7 Hotline number for sick patient to call. - Consider and plan for providing more telemedicine appointments. - Know how to contact your local health department. - Stay connected with your health department to know about COVID-19 in your community. (...) Use barriers (like screens), if possible. - If your office has toys, reading materials, or other communal objects, remove them or clean them regularly. When Patients Arrive • Establish triage/screening area and place staff at the entrance to ask patients about their symptoms. - Provide symptomatic patients with tissues or surgical masks to cover mouth and nose. - Limit non-patient visitors. • Separate sick patients with symptoms. - Allow patients to wait outside or in the car if they are medically able. - Create separate spaces in waiting areas for sick and well patients. - Place sick patients in a private room as quickly as possible. After Patients are Assessed • After patients leave, clean frequently touched surfaces using disinfectants— counters, beds, seating. • Provide at-home care instructions to patients with respiratory symptoms.
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Score: 778059.7 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...ronavirus_comms_clinicprep.pdf
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