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King Salman Congratulates Erdogan, Riyadh Arrests Turkish Military Attaché to Kuwait - ASHARQ AL-AWSAT

Tangier, Riyadh-Saudi Arabia has reiterated that it welcomed the return to normalcy in Turkey and the prevalence of security and stability under the leadership of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Turkish government’s continuation in exercising its functions.  
english.aawsat.com
over 3 years ago
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Urie Bronfenbrenner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Urie Bronfenbrenner (April 29, 1917 – September 25, 2005) was a Russian-born American developmental psychologist who is most known for his ecological systems theory of child development.[1] His scientific work and his assistance to the United States government helped in the formation of the Head Start in 1965.[2] Bronfenbrenner's research and his theory was key in changing the perspective of developmental psychology by calling attention to the large number of environmental and societal influences on child development.[2]  
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over 3 years ago
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Scottish NHS to extend IVF treatment - BBC News

Access to fertility treatment will be widened in Scotland to make it the "fairest and most generous in the UK", the Scottish government announces.  
bbc.co.uk
over 3 years ago
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Failure to enact assisted suicide law leaves Canada’s doctors in limbo

Canada’s doctors, medical organisations, healthcare system, and patients have been left in legal limbo after the government missed the 6 June deadline to pass new laws legalising doctor assisted suicide.  
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over 3 years ago
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FDA Too Slow to Order Food Recalls, U.S. Watchdog Finds

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is too slow to order companies to recall tainted foods, leaving people at risk of illness and death, a government watchdog said in a review of the agency's food safety program.  
medscape.com
over 3 years ago
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Care sector 'at risk despite promises of more money' - BBC News

Vital care services for older and disabled people in England are still at risk - despite government attempts to protect the sector, care leaders say.  
bbc.co.uk
over 3 years ago
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NHS watchdog to weigh cost of HIV prevention drug Prep - BBC News

The NHS watchdog NICE has been asked by government to look at the cost of providing an HIV prevention drug known as Prep.  
bbc.co.uk
over 3 years ago
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Indian scheme to reduce antibiotic misuse is failing because of widespread ignorance, say pharmacists

A scheme implemented by the Indian government in March 2014 to prevent antibiotic misuse is being hampered by low levels of patient education and poverty, clinicians have said.  
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over 3 years ago
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Problems Loom as Canada Misses Deadline for Assisted Death Law

The Canadian government acknowledged it would miss a deadline to introduce a law allowing medically-assisted death and predicted many sick patients would have trouble finding doctors willing to help end their lives.  
medscape.com
over 3 years ago
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Sixty seconds on . . . Government research

Don’t be such a cynic. A new report by the campaigning organisation Sense about Science has discovered that the government commissions lots of research but results are “held back when the findings are politically awkward.”1  
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over 3 years ago
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Indian scheme to reduce antibiotic misuse is failing because of widespread ignorance, say pharmacists

A scheme implemented by the Indian government in March 2014 to prevent antibiotic misuse is being hampered by low levels of patient education and poverty, clinicians have said.  
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Indian scheme to reduce antibiotic misuse is failing because of widespread ignorance, say pharmacists

A scheme implemented by the Indian government in March 2014 to prevent antibiotic misuse is being hampered by low levels of patient education and poverty, clinicians have said.  
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Indian scheme to reduce antibiotic misuse is failing because of widespread ignorance, say pharmacists

A scheme implemented by the Indian government in March 2014 to prevent antibiotic misuse is being hampered by low levels of patient education and poverty, clinicians have said.  
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over 3 years ago
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NHS watchdog to weigh cost of HIV prevention drug Prep - BBC News

The NHS watchdog NICE has been asked by government to look at the cost of providing an HIV prevention drug known as Prep.  
bbc.co.uk
over 3 years ago
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India increases retirement age of government doctors to 65

Health experts in India have welcomed a move by the prime minister, Narendra Modi, to increase the retirement of age of doctors employed by the central government from 60-62 to 65 years to meet the shortfall of doctors in the country.  
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over 3 years ago
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Group calls for more to be done to tackle corruption in the pharmaceutical industry

Corruption is rife in the global pharmaceutical sector and governments need to do more to tackle it, a report from Transparency International, a global anti-corruption action group, has said.1  
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over 3 years ago
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Most government departments do not keep track of research they commission, inquiry finds

The inquiry found that research evidence on food banks, immigration, choice of GP, and drugs policy were among cases where results were “held back when the findings were politically awkward.”  
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over 3 years ago
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World No Tobacco Day, 31 May 2016: Get ready for plain packaging

30 May 2016 – To mark World No Tobacco Day, WHO is launching a new guide to plain packaging of tobacco products, which gives governments the latest evidence and guidance on implementing the measure.  
who.int
over 3 years ago
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Seven days in medicine: 18-24 May

Junior doctors in England will vote from 17 June to 1 July on whether to accept the latest contract on their terms and conditions, and the result will be made known on 6 July. The BMA and the government agreed the details of the new contract on 18 May after 10 days of talks (full story doi:1136/bmj.i2853). For more coverage on the junior doctor contract in BMJ Careers see http://bit.ly/25jl3hP and http://bit.ly/20FtFvH.  
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over 3 years ago
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Seven days in medicine: 18-24 May

Junior doctors in England will vote from 17 June to 1 July on whether to accept the latest contract on their terms and conditions, and the result will be made known on 6 July. The BMA and the government agreed the details of the new contract on 18 May after 10 days of talks (full story doi:1136/bmj.i2853). For more coverage on the junior doctor contract in BMJ Careers see http://bit.ly/25jl3hP and http://bit.ly/20FtFvH.  
feeds.bmj.com
over 3 years ago