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WHO | The College of Surgeons of East, Central, & Southern Africa (COSECSA) 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 College of Surgeons of East, Central, & Southern Africa (COSECSA) Member profile The College of Surgeons of East, Central, & Southern Africa (COSECSA) is an independent body whose aim is to foster postgraduate education in Surgery and to harmonize Surgical Training throughout the region of East, Central and Southern Africa. (...) Main activities COSECSA aims to: promote the honour and dignity of the surgical and allied health professions and to ensure that the highest ethical standards in the practice of surgery are maintained throughout the region; organize a common training programme in recognised institutions and to organize examinations of candidates for admission to the College in the various disciplines of surgery; promote and encourage postgraduate education and research in surgery which is relevant to the region; and organize workshops, seminars, lectures, and conferences which bring together Members and Fellows of the College regularly in order to advance the science and practice of surgery in the region. Links to the health workforce crisis COSECSA has adopted a plan of action that aims to: set up Surgical Specialty Training in Urology, Neurosurgery, Pediatric Surgery, and Plastic Surgery; establish a Surgical Skills Centre in each constituent country; exchange Surgical Trainees with the United Kingdom and South Africa; and offer Scholarships for limited time Specialist Training outwith the ECSA region.
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Score: 1711527.1 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...rtners/member_list/cosecsa/en/
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MEDICAL INSURANCE PLAN (MIP) FOR UNITED NATIONS LOCALLY RECRUITED STAFF AT DES
The following will not be reimbursed under the Plan: (a) Spa cures, rejuvenation cures, cosmetic treatment; (b) Consequences of a voluntary or intentional act committed by the beneficiary, for example, a brawl, except in the case of self-defence; (c) Motor-vehicle racing or dangerous competitions in respect of which betting is allowed (normal sports competitions are covered); (d) Any portion of the expenses for medical services and supplies that exceeds the regular and customary charge for the services or supplies; (e) Home help, family help or similar household assistance, and fees of persons who are not qualified nurses; (f) Any charges for services or supplies that have not been prescribed or approved by a physician; (g) Hospital charges for telephone, television or persons other than the patient; (h) Infertility treatments; (i) Any voluntary surgeries that are not done for medical reasons (for example, elective plastic surgery); ST/IC/2015/8 7/55 15-05344 (j) Food and dietary products (other than those normally provided during hospitalization), cosmetics and toilet articles; (k) Expenses for travel and accommodations except for charges for a professional ambulance service used to transport the insured participant between the place where he or she is injured by an accident or stricken by disease and the first hospital where the treatment is given; (l) Self-testing devices, except for diabetes. 27. (...) Outpatient care/procedures: Services provided to a person in a clinic, emergency room, hospital, medical or surgery centre or other facilities that does not involve an overnight stay in the facility. (...) Khan was treated by a doctor for a mild ulcer, which did not require surgery. Her total bill came to 2,500 rupees, for which her national health scheme reimbursed her 1,500 rupees.
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Score: 1626071.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=ST/IC/2015/8&Lang=E
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ELECTION OF 5 MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE AGAINST TORTURE TO REPLACE THOSE WHOSE TERMS ARE DUE TO EXPIRE ON 31 DECEMBER 1993, IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 17 OF THE CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
., 1968-1969 First Secretary, Jordanian Mission to the United Nations, New York, 1964-1968 Assistant Chief of Royal Protocol, Royal Palace, 1963-1964 CAT/SP/15 page 19 Bent Sørensen (Denmark) Born: 8 March 1924 Education: MD 1949 DMSc 1958 Trained in general surgery, pathology, orthopaedic surgery, gynaecology and obstetrics Specialist in General Surgery 1960 Trained in plastic surgery in Denmark and the United Kingdom Specialist in plastic surgery 1964 Top positions within the Danish Medical Health System: Chief of Staff, Department of Plastic Surgery and Burns Unit, Københavns Kommunes Hvidovre Hospital, University of Copenhagen, 1965-1990 Retired September 1990 after 41 years as a medical doctor and 25 years as Chief of Staff, in order to work for the United Nations Committee against Torture (CAT), and the European Council Committee for the Prevention of Torture (CPT) Full professorship in surgery from 1971 at the University of Copenhagen Scientific production: Thesis 1958: Late Results of Radium Therapy in Cervical Carcinoma 200 papers on surgery, plastic surgery and medical training 100 papers on burns 25 papers on torture, medical ethics Reviewer for the editor of Burns until 1990 Reviewer for the editor of The Danish Medical Bulletin until 1988 Reviewer for the editor of The Journal of Burn Care Rehabilitation until 1990 CAT/SP/15 page 20 Administrative work - national: 1. (...) Burns Co-founder of the International Society for Burn Injuries (ISBI), 1964 Member of the Action Committee on Nurses' Training of the ISBI, 1968-1975 Chairman of the Disaster Planning Committee of the ISBI, 1978-1986 Regional Representative for Europe of the ISBI, 1986-1990 President of the 5th International Congress on Burn Injuries, Stockholm, 1978 Co-founder of the European Burns Association (EBA), 1981 Founder of the Danish Burns Association and of the Association of Burn Patients, 1981 President of the Symposium on Burns, Copenhagen, 1981 Co-founder of the Danish Society for Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, 1964 Co-founder of the Danish Organization of Plastic Surgeons, Chairman, 1983-1988 4. (...) Whitaker International Burns Prize in Palermo, Italy, 1984 Honorary Member of the Hungarian Burns Association, 1985 Honorary Member of the Australian and New Zealand Burns Association, 1987 The August Krogh Lecturer, University of Copenhagen, 1988 Awarded the Barfred-Pedersens Honorary Prize (The Danish Medical Association), 1988 Honorary Member of the British Association of Plastic Surgeons, 1990 Honorary Member of Dansk Kirurgisk Selskab (Danish Association of Surgeons), 1992 Knight of the Dannebrog, 1978, of the First Grade, 1990 CAT/SP/15 page 23 Alexander M.
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Score: 1585423.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=CAT/SP/15&Lang=E
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The following will not be reimbursed under the Plan: (a) Spa cures, rejuvenation cures, cosmetic treatment; (b) Consequences of a voluntary or intentional act committed by the beneficiary, for example, a brawl, except in the case of self-defence; (c) Motor-vehicle racing or dangerous competitions in respect of which betting is allowed (normal sports competitions are covered); (d) Any portion of the expenses for medical services and supplies that exceeds the regular and customary charge for the services or supplies; (e) Home help, family help or similar household assistance, and fees of persons who are not qualified nurses; (f) Any charges for services or supplies that have not been prescribed or approved by a physician; (g) Hospital charges for telephone, television or persons other than the patient; (h) Infertility treatments; (i) Any voluntary surgeries that are not done for medical reasons (for example, elective plastic surgery); ST/IC/2015/8 7/55 15-05344 (j) Food and dietary products (other than those normally provided during hospitalization), cosmetics and toilet articles; (k) Expenses for travel and accommodations except for charges for a professional ambulance service used to transport the insured participant between the place where he or she is injured by an accident or stricken by disease and the first hospital where the treatment is given; (l) Self-testing devices, except for diabetes. 27. (...) Outpatient care/procedures: Services provided to a person in a clinic, emergency room, hospital, medical or surgery centre or other facilities that does not involve an overnight stay in the facility. (...) Khan was treated by a doctor for a mild ulcer, which did not require surgery. Her total bill came to 2,500 rupees, for which her national health scheme reimbursed her 1,500 rupees.
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Score: 1584480.4 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s..._staff_at_ds_away_from_hqs.pdf
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The following will not be reimbursed under the Plan: (a) Spa cures, rejuvenation cures, cosmetic treatment; (b) Consequences of a voluntary or intentional act committed by the beneficiary, for example, a brawl, except in the case of self-defence; (c) Motor-vehicle racing or dangerous competitions in respect of which betting is allowed (normal sports competitions are covered); (d) Any portion of the expenses for medical services and supplies that exceeds the regular and customary charge for the services or supplies; (e) Home help, family help or similar household assistance, and fees of persons who are not qualified nurses; (f) Any charges for services or supplies that have not been prescribed or approved by a physician; (g) Hospital charges for telephone, television or persons other than the patient; (h) Infertility treatments; (i) Any voluntary surgeries that are not done for medical reasons (for example, elective plastic surgery); ST/IC/2015/8 7/55 15-05344 (j) Food and dietary products (other than those normally provided during hospitalization), cosmetics and toilet articles; (k) Expenses for travel and accommodations except for charges for a professional ambulance service used to transport the insured participant between the place where he or she is injured by an accident or stricken by disease and the first hospital where the treatment is given; (l) Self-testing devices, except for diabetes. 27. (...) Outpatient care/procedures: Services provided to a person in a clinic, emergency room, hospital, medical or surgery centre or other facilities that does not involve an overnight stay in the facility. (...) Khan was treated by a doctor for a mild ulcer, which did not require surgery. Her total bill came to 2,500 rupees, for which her national health scheme reimbursed her 1,500 rupees.
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Score: 1584480.4 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...ance/files/mip_stic20158_0.pdf
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The surgical rate for cleft lip and palate repair was 21% of the rate in England. Cleft surgery was undertaken by plastic surgery teams from Kampala, Mbarara, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and Germany who operated in Mbarara or in rural hospitals. (...) Externally funded surgeons performed an important fraction of all elective plastic and reconstructive surgical procedures. One strength of our study is that it included all health-care facilities in the region where major surgery was performed. (...) Hodges S, Wilson J, Hodges A. Plastic and reconstructive surgery in Uganda –10 years experience.
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Score: 1538964.1 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/88/12/10-076703/en/
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ELECTION OF 5 MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE AGAINST TORTURE TO REPLACE THOSE WHOSE TERMS ARE DUE TO EXPIRE ON 31 DECEMBER 1997, IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 17 OF THE CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Specialist in General Surgery 1960. Trained in plastic surgery in Denmark and the United Kingdom. (...) Scientific publications Thesis 1958: “Late results of radium therapy in cervical carcinoma”. 200 papers on surgery, plastic surgery and medical training. 100 papers on burns. 30 papers on torture, medical ethics. (...) Co-founder of the Danish Society for Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, 1964. Co-founder on the Danish Organization of Plastic Surgeons, Chairman, 1983-1988. 4.
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Score: 1537983.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=CAT/SP/21&Lang=E
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LISTING, CLASSIFICATION AND PACKING : ETHYLENE OXIDE (UN1040) STERILIZATION UNITS / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
In addition to the packaging required by 1;2.4, inner packagings must be placed in a sealed plastics bag compatible with ethylene oxide and capable of containing the contents in the event of breakage or leakage of the inner packaging. Glass inner packagings must be placed within a protective shield capable of preventing the glass from puncturing the plastics bag in the event of damage to the packaging (e.g. crushing).” 5. (...) Any glass inner receptacle showing evidence of leakage, distortion or other defect under this test shall not be transported under the terms of this special provision; and (b) In addition to the packaging required by 3.5.2, each glass inner receptacle shall be placed in a sealed plastics bag compatible with ethylene oxide and capable of containing the contents in the event of breakage or leakage of the glass inner receptacle; and (c) Each glass inner receptacle shall be protected by dividing partitions or sleeves capable of preventing puncture of the plastics bag in the event of damage to the packaging (e.g. by crushing).”
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Score: 1513186.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2008/3&Lang=E
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Western Pacific Japan Home Health Topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Four out of five people who are blind do not need to be Four out of five people who are blind do not need to be 11 October is World Sight Day 11 October 2012 News release Manila, Philippines   A woman smiles following sight restoring cataract surgery in Viet Nam. Her patch will be removed less than 24 hours after the operation. (...) A simple operation fixes cataract blindness by removing the clouded lens and replacing it with a plastic one. This relatively straightforward surgery is highly effective, yet many people in low- and middle-income countries do not have access to the surgery.
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Score: 1490878.9 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...ho-are-blind-do-not-need-to-be
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Western Pacific Republic of Korea Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Four out of five people who are blind do not need to be Four out of five people who are blind do not need to be 11 October is World Sight Day 11 October 2012 News release Manila, Philippines   A woman smiles following sight restoring cataract surgery in Viet Nam. Her patch will be removed less than 24 hours after the operation. (...) A simple operation fixes cataract blindness by removing the clouded lens and replacing it with a plastic one. This relatively straightforward surgery is highly effective, yet many people in low- and middle-income countries do not have access to the surgery.
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Score: 1490878.9 - https://www.who.int/republicof...ho-are-blind-do-not-need-to-be
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