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INFORMATION CIRCULAR : GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE: CHANGES IN PREMIUMS AND BENEFITS
A prescription and an audiogram are required. (d) Psychiatric care (i) Psychiatric care 80 (staff member) Psychiatric care comprises the consultation of a psychiatrist and any treatment prescribed by a psychiatrist. (...) Herbal pharmaceuticals are excluded. (ii) Neural therapy, ozone therapy and chiropractical therapy 50 Treatment must be performed or prescribed by a physician and carried out by recognized paramedical personnel. Alternative treatments not covered are: acupressure, anthroposophical medicine, autogenic training, biofeedback therapy, bioresonance treatment, treatment within the framework of traditional Chinese medicine, colon-hydro therapy, hypnosis therapy, Fussreflexzonen- massage, music therapy, nutrition counselling, shiatsu, and Kneipptherapie (the latter may be reimbursed, subject to prior approval, in connection with a prescribed spa cure).
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OPINIONS ADOPTED BY THE WORKING GROUP ON ARBITRARY DETENTION AT ITS 69TH SESSION, 22 APRIL-1 MAY 2014 : NO. 8/2014, CHINA
Xing and return him to the Psychiatric Hospital in Harbin City, where he remains today. 7. (...) Xing’s continued detention on the basis that he suffers from a psychiatric disorder or mental illness. The source submits that doctors in the Harbin City Psychiatric Hospital have acknowledged that Mr. (...) Xing’s diagnosis and treatment, according to which, while he was hospitalized, he received, in strict accordance with the treatment plan drawn up by his attending physician, systematic psychological and behavioural modification therapy, work and recreational therapy and drug therapy, as well as proper daily life care.
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ELECTION OF ONE MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL NARCOTICS CONTROL BOARD FROM AMONG
Selected publications Padaiga Ž., Subata E., Vanagas G., “Outpatient methadone maintenance treatment programme: Quality of life and health of opioid-dependent persons in Lithuania”, Medicina, 2007; 43(3). — 235-241; Subata E., “Methadone maintenance treatment of opioid dependence in Lithuania: Challenges, solutions and integration with HIV/AIDS treatment and care”, Chinese Journal of Drug Dependence, 2007/16/3, 174-178; Subata E., Evaluation of methadone maintenance therapy programmes in Estonia, 2007; Peter Lawrinson, Robert Ali, Aumphornpun Buavirat, Sithisat Chiamwongpaet, Sergey Dvoryak, Boguslaw Habrat, Shi Jie, Ratna Mardiati, Azaraksh Mokri, Jacek Moskalewicz, David Newcombe, Vladimir Poznyak, Emilis Subata, Ambrose Uchtenhagen, Diah S.Utami, Robyn Vial and Chengzheng Zhao , E/2014/9/Add.19 14-63844 10/11 “Key findings from the WHO collaborative study on substitution therapy for opioid dependence and HIV/AIDS”, Addiction, 2008, 103, 1484-1492; Subata E., Pincevičiute E., “Opioid dependence treatment with naltrexone, national clinical protocol (in Lithuanian)”, Lithuanian Psychiatric Association, 2008, p. 12; Michael Schaub, Emilis Subata, Victor Chtengelov, Gundo Weiler, Ambros Uchtenhagen, “Feasibility of Buprenorphine maintenance therapy programmes in Ukraine”, European Addiction Research, 2009,15: 157-162; Subata E., Karymbaeva S., Moller L., “Evaluation of opioid maintenance treatment in the Kyrgyz Republic”, WHO Regional Office for Europe, p.16; Moller L., Karymbaeva S., Subata E., Kiaer T. (2009), “Evaluation of patients in opioid substitution therapy in the Kyrgyz Republic,” WHO Regional Office for Europe; M. (...) Uchtenhagen, “Feasibility of buprenorphine and methadone maintenance programmes among users of homemade opioids in Ukraine”, International Journal of Drug Policy, 2010, Volume 21, Issue 3, pp. 229-233; Subata E., Danileviciute V., Adomaitiene V., Matulionyte R., Naujokiene S., Malinauskaite A., “Opioid dependence treatment with Methadone”, national clinical protocol, Lithuanian Psychiatric Association, UNODC, 2010, p. 32; Subata E., Danileviciute V., Adomaitiene V., Matulionyte R., Kuznecova J., Sinkuniene N., Zamkovaja S., Zikaras T., Naujokiene S., Malinauskaite A., “Opioid dependence treatment with buprenorphine and buprenorphine/naltrexone, national clinical protocol, Lithuanian Psychiatric Association, 2010, p. 33; Addiction Severity Index, UNODC Treatnet, 5th edition, 3.0 version (Lithuanian translation), adapted by Subata E., Malinauskaite E., Pinceviciute E. and others, Vilnius Centre for Addictive Disorders, 2010, p. 12; Amass, L. (...) Moller L., “Evaluation of opioid substitution therapy in prisons”, pilot study in Kyrgyzstan, WHO Regional Office for Europe, 2011; Subata E., Gilman M., Alho H., Maremmani I.
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The effectiveness and cost implications of task-shifting in the delivery of antiretroviral therapy to HIV-infected patients: a systematic review. (...) The comparison of latent variable models of non-psychotic psychiatric morbidity in four culturally diverse populations. (...) Lewis G, Pelosi AJ, Araya R, Dunn G. Measuring psychiatric disorder in the community: a standardized assessment for use by lay interviewers.
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Score: 1487133.4 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/90/11/12-104133/en/
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Support for learning of children with disabilities through individualized online lesson plans - Assistive Technology Association  “ Open the Windows ”   Through this service, special educators and speech therapists design individualized plans for online classes, use of computers and the Internet, early development stimulation, speech therapy services, and counseling for you and others in the home. (...) Questions, tips and answers for parents of children with disabilities The University Psychiatric Clinic offers mental health support and psychosocial support to parents of children with disabilities affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
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Score: 1484407.8 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...ities-during-covid-19-pandemic
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A Brief Profile of Psychiatric Disorder and Psychosocial Distress Psychiatric Disorders Comparative analysis of empirical studies of mental disorders reveals a consistency across diverse societies and social contexts: symptoms of depression and anxiety as well as unspecified psychiatric disorder and psychological distress are more prevalent among women, whereas substance disorders are more prevalent among men. (...) Social Origins of Depression: A Study of Psychiatric Disorder in Women. New York: The Free Press. (...) In Cultural Conceptions of Mental Health and Therapy , edited by A. Marsella and G. White, pp. 141-166.
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Score: 1478828.5 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/mental.htm
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INFORMATION CIRCULAR: GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE: INSURANCE CONTRIBUTIONS
(f) Convalescence and spa cures Medically prescribed convalescence in a medical or rehabilitation centre within one week following hospitalization will be reimbursed as hospitalization. (i) Therapy 80 Based on prescription by a physician. (ii) Accommodation 200 Based on prescription by a physician for a specified therapy at a registered spa institution per day and subject to prior approval by the insurer. (...) Herbal pharmaceuticals are excluded. (ii) Neural therapy, ozone 50 If performed by a physician or prescribed by a physician and carried out by recognized therapy and chiropractical paramedical personnel. therapy Alternative treatments not covered are: acupressure, autogenous training, bioresonance treatment, biofeedback therapy, shiatsu, anthroposophical medicine, treatment within the framework of traditional Chinese medicine, hypnosis therapy, music therapy, nutrition counselling, Kneipptherapie (the latter may be reimbursed, subject to prior approval, in connection with a prescribed spa cure).
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INFORMATION CIRCULAR : GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE: CHANGES IN PREMIUMS AND BENEFITS
- 8 - Benefits Basic coverage (Percentage) Maximum amount reimbursable (if applicable) (euros) Remarks (d) Psychiatric care (i) Psychiatric care 80 (staff member) Psychiatric care comprises the consultation of a psychiatrist and any treatment prescribed by a psychiatrist. (...) Herbal pharmaceuticals are excluded. (ii) Neural therapy, ozone therapy and chiropractic therapy 50 Treatment must be performed or prescribed by a physician and carried out by recognized paramedical personnel. Alternative treatments not covered are acupressure, anthroposophical medicine, autogenic training, ayurveda, biofeedback therapy, bioresonance treatment, treatment within the framework of traditional Chinese medicine, colon-hydrotherapy, hypnosis therapy, foot reflexology, music therapy, - 11 - Benefits Basic coverage (Percentage) Maximum amount reimbursable (if applicable) (euros) Remarks nutrition counselling, shiatsu massage and Kneipp therapy (the latter may be reimbursed, subject to prior approval, in connection with a prescribed spa cure).
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INFORMATION CIRCULAR : GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE: CHANGES IN PREMIUMS AND BENEFITS
- 7 - Benefits Basic coverage (Percentage) Maximum amount reimbursable (if applicable) Remarks (d) Psychiatric care (i) Psychiatric care 80 (staff member) Psychiatric care comprises the consultation of a psychiatrist and any treatment prescribed by a psychiatrist. (...) - 10 - Benefits Basic coverage (Percentage) Maximum amount reimbursable (if applicable) Remarks (ii) Neural therapy, ozone therapy and chiropractic therapy 50 Treatment must be performed or prescribed by a physician and carried out by recognized paramedical personnel. Alternative treatments not covered are acupressure, anthroposophical medicine, autogenic training, biofeedback therapy, bioresonance treatment, treatment within the framework of traditional Chinese medicine, colon- hydrotherapy, hypnosis therapy, foot reflexology, music therapy, nutrition counselling, shiatsu massage and Kneipp therapy (the latter may be reimbursed, subject to prior approval, in connection with a prescribed spa cure).
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INFORMATION CIRCULAR : GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE: CHANGES IN PREMIUMS AND BENEFITS
A prescription and an audiogram are required. (d) Psychiatric care (i) Psychiatric care 80 (staff member) Psychiatric care comprises the consultation of a psychiatrist and any treatment prescribed by a psychiatrist. (...) Herbal pharmaceuticals are excluded. (ii) Neural therapy, ozone therapy and chiropractic therapy 50 Treatment must be performed or prescribed by a physician and carried out by recognized paramedical personnel. Alternative treatments not covered are: acupressure, anthroposophical medicine, autogenic training, biofeedback therapy, bioresonance treatment, treatment within the framework of traditional Chinese medicine, colon-hydrotherapy, hypnosis therapy, foot reflexology, music therapy, nutrition counselling, shiatsu massage and Kneipp therapy (the latter may be reimbursed, subject to prior approval, in connection with a prescribed spa cure).
Language:English
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