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Enduring upended realities | UNICEF Nepal Skip to main content Nepal Toggle navigation English नेपाली Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Nepal Explore UNICEF About Us Contact us Children in Nepal How and where we work Invest in every child Our Partners Parenting Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Kathmandu, Nepal, June 2021: On the premises of the Harisiddhi Isolation Centre in Lalitpur District in central Nepal, Anjan Dhakal is preparing to counsel one of the younger patients, who has reported some recent signs of mental distress. (...) Patients have reported feeling calmer, according to her, and several have expressed interest in one-on-one counselling going forward.
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Score: 1439160.7 - https://www.unicef.org/nepal/s...ies/enduring-upended-realities
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IOM/Gema Cortés Most of the patients are women, children, and elderly people often suffering from chronic illnesses. (...) Maksym knows that it’s not only the patients who have had to endure the hardships of war and displacement, but also the medics who have stayed. (...) IOM/Marian Prysiazhniuk Before she left Kharkiv, Olena sent all but the most severely ill to the basement and sat upstairs with her bedridden patients for days without relief, since no other doctors could get to the hospital.
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Score: 1380496.1 - https://news.un.org/en/gallery/763132
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These patients may continue to suffer and spread TB without even knowing. (...) Ask them how many TB patients they are finding and treating every year. (...) The private sector treats over 125,000 TB patients every year. But treatment success rates are likely to be lower for patients who seek TB care in the private sector in spite of the best efforts of private physicians.
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Score: 1351878.7 - https://www.who.int/philippine.../wanted-leaders-for-tb-free-ph
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They receive and supervise patients with suspected COVID-19 around the clock, and work also in emergency rooms. (...) Volunteers begin their daily shifts early in the morning as medical workers with their personal protective equipment. They monitor patients' vitals and well-being, arrange and distribute new patients, and keep medical records. “You must find a common language with the patients, listen to their complaints, show a willingness to help and create an atmosphere of comfort and safety,” said Ilyas Kairgaliyev, a volunteer student and future surgeon.
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Score: 1340697.9 - https://www.un.org/en/academic...nteer-fight-covid-19-forefront
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UNDP Uzbekistan handed over Coca-Cola Foundation funded ventilators to treat COVID-19 patients | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Uzbekistan Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Русский O`zbek Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Back Select Language Русский O`zbek Home Uzbekistan UNDP Uzbekistan handed over Coca-Cola Foundation funded ventilators to treat COVID-19 patients UNDP Uzbekistan handed over Coca-Cola Foundation funded ventilators to treat COVID-19 patients Posted October 21, 2020 Photos: UNDP Uzbekistan On October 21, 2020 , UNDP delivered four ICU ventilators to the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Uzbekistan, procured with $200.000 funding from the Coca-Cola Foundation. (...) Essential contributions of medical equipment funded by Coca-Cola Foundation is aimed to help ensuring the best chances of survival for patients in Uzbekistan and has supported the country’s surge capacity to deliver testing services. (...) We do believe that soon the situation will get better and the values we are displaying of solidarity, agility, caring for our people and communities will continue to endure,” said Mr Shadab.  UNDP Uzbekistan has been cooperating with the Coca-Cola Foundation since 2011.
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Score: 1340697.9 - https://www.undp.org/uzbekista...lators-treat-covid-19-patients
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They receive and supervise patients with suspected COVID-19 around the clock, and work also in emergency rooms. (...) Volunteers begin their daily shifts early in the morning as medical workers with their personal protective equipment. They monitor patients' vitals and well-being, arrange and distribute new patients, and keep medical records. “You must find a common language with the patients, listen to their complaints, show a willingness to help and create an atmosphere of comfort and safety,” said Ilyas Kairgaliyev, a volunteer student and future surgeon.
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Score: 1340697.9 - https://www.un.org/en/node/142095
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WHO estimates that tens of millions of patients worldwide endure disabling injuries or death each year, directly attributed to unsafe medical practices and care. (...) "Research in patient safety offers all WHO Member States a major innovative resource to assist their hospitals in avoiding harm from medical care and ensure that health care reduces patient suffering and does not contribute to it," said Sir Liam Donaldson, Chief Medical Officer for England, who chairs the WHO World Alliance for Patient Safety. (...) In developed countries the toll is 5% to 10% of patients and in some developing countries, as many as a quarter of patients may be affected.
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Score: 1334220.7 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...ore-research-on-patient-safety
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“I was taken back, as often my patients are filled with anticipation when checking in on their baby’s growth.” (...) It turns out teaching patients about health education, like Sania teaching Razia to practice hand hygiene, is not unusual. (...) “Nurses are the key watchdogs of patients, so it’s absolutely critical that all of them prioritize patient safety and take responsibility for hand hygiene compliance,” said Dr Palitha Gunarathna Mahipala, WHO Representative Pakistan.
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Score: 1332197.2 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...ching-hand-hygiene-in-pakistan
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These patients may continue to suffer and spread TB without even knowing. (...) Ask them how many TB patients they are finding and treating every year. (...) The private sector treats over 125,000 TB patients every year. However, treatment success rates are likely to be lower for patients who seek TB care in the private sector in spite of the best efforts of private physicians.
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Score: 1331394.1 - https://www.who.int/philippine...ders-for-a-tb-free-philippines
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South-East Asia Maldives Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / WHO supports Quality of Care in Maldives’ Health Service delivery / WHO supports Quality of Care in Maldives’ Health Service delivery 19 September 2021 News release Maldives Quality is an integral element in achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC), where all individuals receive quality health services throughout the life course without enduring financial hardship. Improving the quality of health services requires strong national direction from governments, focused sub-national support, and action at the health facility level. (...) These quality improvement initiatives improve healthcare by identifying problems, implementing interventions, building capacity, and monitoring and maintaining improvements over time, enabling to reduce patient deaths and ICU stays. Moreover, by minimizing hospital readmission rate allows more hospital beds to be available for critical patients. This is crucial in large-scale emergency or medical event, such as the ongoing pandemic to ensure the safety of all patients and staff and to aids in effective use of limited resources to provide emergency medical care that  is safe and quality assured.
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Score: 1330412.8 - https://www.who.int/maldives/n...ldives-health-service-delivery
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