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Zones of Regulation Group

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IWK. Community Mental Health and Addictions Clinics. Halifax, NS: IWK Health Centre , 2021.
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PL-1282
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The Zones of Regulation group is designed to improve your child’s emotional-regulation skills. At least one parent or caregiver needs to attend the group, as they play a very important role in supporting their child. IWK Community Mental Health runs groups 3 times annually.
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Corporate Author
IWK. Community Mental Health and Addictions Clinics
Alternate Title
IWK Group Information
Place of Publication
Halifax, NS
Publisher
IWK Health Centre
Date of Publication
2021
Format
Pamphlet
Language
English
Physical Description
1 electronic document : digital, PDF file
Subjects (MeSH)
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Emotional Regulation
Child Development Disorders, Pervasive
Family Relations
Mental Disorders
Child Health
Mental Health Services
Social Problems
Infant Health
Subjects (LCSH)
Emotions.
Emotions--Problems, exercises, etc.
Autism spectrum disorders.
Social problems
Families--Mental health
Mental illness
Families
Children--Health and hygiene
Abstract
The Zones of Regulation group is designed to improve your child’s emotional-regulation skills. At least one parent or caregiver needs to attend the group, as they play a very important role in supporting their child. IWK Community Mental Health runs groups 3 times annually.
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IWK Community Mental Health and Addictions Clinics, Halifax, NS
Pamphlet Number
PL-1282
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[In Arabic] Zones of Regulation Group

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IWK. Community Mental Health and Addictions Clinics. Halifax, NS: IWK Health Centre , 2021.
Pamphlet Number
PL-1282-AR
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In Arabic. The Zones of Regulation group is designed to improve your child’s emotional-regulation skills. At least one parent or caregiver needs to attend the group, as they play a very important role in supporting their child. IWK Community Mental Health runs groups 3 times annually.
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Corporate Author
IWK. Community Mental Health and Addictions Clinics
Alternate Title
IWK Group Information
Place of Publication
Halifax, NS
Publisher
IWK Health Centre
Date of Publication
2021
Format
Pamphlet
Language
Arabic
Physical Description
1 electronic document : digital, PDF file
Subjects (MeSH)
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Emotional Regulation
Child Development Disorders, Pervasive
Family Relations
Mental Disorders
Child Health
Mental Health Services
Social Problems
Infant Health
Subjects (LCSH)
Emotions.
Emotions--Problems, exercises, etc.
Autism spectrum disorders.
Social problems
Families--Mental health
Mental illness
Families
Children--Health and hygiene
Abstract
In Arabic. The Zones of Regulation group is designed to improve your child’s emotional-regulation skills. At least one parent or caregiver needs to attend the group, as they play a very important role in supporting their child. IWK Community Mental Health runs groups 3 times annually.
Responsibility
IWK Community Mental Health and Addictions Clinics, Halifax, NS
Pamphlet Number
PL-1282-AR
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[In French] Groupe de soutien pour la maîtrise des émotions

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IWK. Community Mental Health and Addictions Clinics. Halifax, NS: IWK Health Centre , 2021.
Pamphlet Number
PL-1282-FR
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In French. Le groupe de soutien pour la maîtrise des émotions vise à aider votre enfant à améliorer ses compétences émotionnelles. Au moins un parent ou parent-substitut doit participer aux séances. / The Zones of Regulation group is designed to improve your child’s emotional-regulation skills. At least one parent or caregiver needs to attend the group.
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Corporate Author
IWK. Community Mental Health and Addictions Clinics
Alternate Title
Renseignements sur le groupe de soutien du IWK; Zones of Regulation Group; IWK Group Information
Place of Publication
Halifax, NS
Publisher
IWK Health Centre
Date of Publication
2021
Format
Pamphlet
Language
French
Physical Description
1 electronic document : digital, PDF file
Subjects (MeSH)
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Emotional Regulation
Child Development Disorders, Pervasive
Family Relations
Mental Disorders
Child Health
Mental Health Services
Social Problems
Infant Health
Subjects (LCSH)
Emotions--Problems, exercises, etc.
Autism spectrum disorders
Social problems
Families--Mental health
Mental illness
Families
Children--Health and hygiene
Abstract
In French. Le groupe de soutien pour la maîtrise des émotions vise à aider votre enfant à améliorer ses compétences émotionnelles. Au moins un parent ou parent-substitut doit participer aux séances. / The Zones of Regulation group is designed to improve your child’s emotional-regulation skills. At least one parent or caregiver needs to attend the group.
Responsibility
IWK Community Mental Health and Addictions Clinics, Halifax, NS
Pamphlet Number
PL-1282-FR
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Technology and Global Public Health

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Padmini Murthy, Amy Ansehl, editors. --Cham: Springer , c2020.
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This book explores the pivotal role played by technology over the past decade in advancing global public health and health care. At present, the global community faces unprecedented healthcare challenges fueled by an aging population, rising rates of chronic disease, and persistent health disparities. New technologies and advancements have the potential to extend the reach of health professionals while improving quality and efficiency of service delivery and reducing costs within the public and…
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Murthy, Padmini
Ansehl, Amy
Responsibility
Padmini Murthy, Amy Ansehl, editors
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2020
Physical Description
1 online resource (xxxvii, 388 p.) : 28 illus., 23 illus. in color
ISBN
9783030463557
9783030463540 (Print ed.)
9783030463564 (Print ed.)
9783030463571 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Biomedical Technology
Global Health
Health Promotion
Information Technology
Public Health
Specialty
Biomedical Technology
Global Health
Public Health
Abstract
This book explores the pivotal role played by technology over the past decade in advancing global public health and health care. At present, the global community faces unprecedented healthcare challenges fueled by an aging population, rising rates of chronic disease, and persistent health disparities. New technologies and advancements have the potential to extend the reach of health professionals while improving quality and efficiency of service delivery and reducing costs within the public and the private health systems. The chapters highlight the barriers faced by the global healthcare workforce in using technology to promote health and human rights of communities. As a resource on the evolution of technology as a valuable and integral component in the promotion and practice of public health and health care, with a focus on SDG 3 targets, Technology and Global Public Health should engage students, instructors, practitioners, and other professionals interested in public health, universal health care, health technology, digital health, and health equity.
Contents
Preface -- Part I: Reflections -- Space and Global Health -- Universal Health Coverage in Japan: Leveraging Technologies to Ensure Equitable, Affordable, and Quality Health Care for All -- Georgia’s Success Towards Universal Health Coverage -- Women, Girls, and STEM -- Role of New Media in Advancing Gender Equality -- Part II: Technology in Advancing Health: Meeting Sustainable Development Goal 3 Targets -- 1. Role of Digital Health, mHealth, and Low-Cost Technologies in Advancing Universal Health Coverage in Emerging Economies -- 2. Social Media and the Practice of Public Health -- 3. The Role of Technology in Women’s Empowerment and Well-Being and Addressing Gender-Based Violence -- 4. Telehealth and Homecare Agencies -- 5. Health Transformation in Saudi Arabia via Connected Health Technologies- 6. Simple Technology for Menstrual Hygiene Management: A Case Study from Northern Ethiopia -- 7. Technology and the Practice of Health Education in Conflict Zones -- 8. Law, Technology, and Public Health -- 9. mHealth for Better Quality of Life, Healthier Lifestyles, and More Meaningful Lives -- 10. Digital Health Transforming Health Care in Rural and Remote Australia -- 11. Telehealth and Traumatic Brain Injury -- 12. Leveraging Technology for Attaining Sustainable Development Goal 3: The Road Ahead -- Part III: Types of Innovative Technology in Health Care -- 13. Technology vs. Mercury: The Metal that Scars Civilization -- 14. Trafficking, Technology, and Public Health: The Malignant Malady of Modern Slavery -- 15. The Worldwide Digital Divide and Access to Healthcare Technology -- 16. Technology for Creating Better Professional Teams to Strengthen Healthcare Systems -- 17. Global Public Health Disaster Management and Technology -- 18. Employing Data Science Technologies Towards Shaping a Sustainably Healthy Future: The Efforts in Contemporary Taiwan -- 19. Telemedicine in India and Its Impact on Public Health -- 20. The Role of Technology in Sustainable Development Goal Performance in Taiwan -- 21. Reducing the Burden of Oral Diseases Through Technology -- 22. Future and Impact of Rehabilitation Robotics on Post-Stroke Care and Recovery -- Epilogue.
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Operational and Medical Management of Explosive and Blast Incidents

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David W. Callaway, Jonathan L. Burstein, editors. --Cham: Springer , c2020.
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This book provides a comprehensive overview of the medical and operational management of blast and explosive incidents affecting civilian populations. It incorporates global lessons learned from first responders, emergency medicine providers, surgeons, intensivists, and military specialists with deep experience in handling blast injuries from point of injury through rehabilitation. The book begins with background and introductory information on blast physics, explosion types, frequency, and per…
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Callaway, David W.
Burstein, Jonathan L.
Responsibility
David W. Callaway, Jonathan L. Burstein, editors
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2020
Physical Description
1 online resource (xx, 641 p.) : 98 illus., 86 illus. in color
ISBN
9783030406554
9783030406547 (Print ed.)
9783030406561 (Print ed.)
9783030406578 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Disaster Medicine
Emergency Medical Services
Emergency Medicine
Explosions
Traumatology
Wounds and Injuries - therapy
Specialty
Disaster Medicine
Emergency Medicine
Traumatology
Abstract
This book provides a comprehensive overview of the medical and operational management of blast and explosive incidents affecting civilian populations. It incorporates global lessons learned from first responders, emergency medicine providers, surgeons, intensivists, and military specialists with deep experience in handling blast injuries from point of injury through rehabilitation. The book begins with background and introductory information on blast physics, explosion types, frequency, and perspectives from the military. This is followed by a section on prehospital management focusing on medical and trauma responses, triage, psychological consequences, and operational considerations. It then examines the roles of the emergency department and ICU with chapters on planning and training, surge capacity, resilience, management of common injury types, contamination, and ventilator strategies. The next section covers surgical treatment of a variety of blast injuries such as thoracoabdominal, extremity and vascular, and orthopedic injuries. The book then discusses medical treatment of various injury patterns including lung, abdominal, extremity, and traumatic brain injury. The final section of the book covers post-hospital considerations such as rehabilitation, mental health, and community resilience. Throughout, case studies of recent incidents provide real-life examples of operational and medical management. Operational and Medical Management of Explosive and Blast Incidents is an essential resource for physicians and related professionals, residents, nurses, and medical students in emergency medicine, traumatic surgery, intensive care medicine, and public health as well as civilian and military EMS providers.
Contents
Part I. Introduction -- 1. Scope and Scale of the Problem -- 2. Blast Physics and Biophysics -- 3. State of the Science – Blast Injury Pathophysiology -- 4. Operational Considerations: Review of Contemporary Data -- 5. Civilian Hospital and Healthcare System Preparedness (Location, Preparedness, Epidemiology Review of Data) -- 6. Military Trauma System Response to Blast MCI -- 7. The Modern Explosive Threat: Improvised Explosive Devices -- 8. Interagency Collaboration and Maturation – The United Kingdom Experience -- 9. Case Study: The Madrid Train Bombing of March 11, 2004 Part II. Prehospital Management -- 10. Scope of the Problem and Operational Considerations -- 11. Lessons in Prehospital Trauma Management During Combat -- 12. First Responders: Clinical Care of Blast Trauma in the Prehospital Setting -- 13. The Explosive Mass Casualty: Prehospital Incident Management and Triage -- 14. Transporting Blast-Injured Patients -- 15. Risk-Related Zones of Prehospital Operations -- 16. Tactical Emergency Medical Support (TEMS) -- 17. Case Study: Ptimary Blast Injury in a Field Setting -- 18. Case Study: 2013 Boston Marathon -- Part III. Emergency Department -- 19. Emergency Department Response to Explosive Incidents: Scope of the Problem and Operational Considerations -- 20. Emergency Medicine: Combat Lessons Learned -- 21. First Receivers: Managing Blast Injuries upon Hospital Arrival -- 22. The Role of Blood Products in Damage Control Resuscitation in Explosion-Related Trauma -- 23. Pediatric Considerations -- 24. Organization, Operations, Management, and Their Role in Surge Capacity and Mass Casualty Incidents -- 25. Case Study: Emergency Department Response to the Boston Marathon Bombing -- 26. Case Study: Management of Blast Incidents in Israel -- Part IV. Surgical Management -- 27. Scope of the Problem and Operational Considerations: Logistics, Surge Capacity, Organizing a Response, Sustainment Issues, Resource Utilization -- 28. Combat Lessons Learned -- 29. Damage Control Surgery -- 30. Anesthesia Care in Blast Injury -- 31. Vascular Injuries -- 32. Management of Thoracoabdominal Blast Injuries -- 33. Genitourinary Injuries -- 34. Management of Orthopaedic Blast Injuries -- 35. Reconstructive Plastic Surgery in Blast and Burn Injuries -- 36. Pediatric Blast Injuries -- 37. Case Study: Boston Bombings, a Surgeon’s View -- Part V. ICU Management -- 38. ICU Management of Blast Victims: Scope of the Problem and Operational Considerations -- 39. Ventilator Strategies -- 40. ICU Management: Extended Resuscitation Considerations -- 41. Case Study from Afghanistan: Dismounted Complex Blast Injury -- Part VI. Special Considerations -- 42. Chemical, Biological, Radiological, or Nuclear Event (CBRNE): Prehospital and Hospital Management -- 43. Burn Management -- 44. Wound Management -- 45. Psychological Consequences: Responders and Community.
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Principles of Neuro-Oncology : Brain & Skull Base

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Alejandro Monroy-Sosa, Srikant S. Chakravarthi, Jaime G. de la Garza-Salazar, Abelardo Meneses Garcia, Amin B. Kassam, editors. --Cham: Springer , c2021.
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This book provides a comprehensive overview of the management of brain and skull base tumors. It features detailed insight into the intrinsic molecular biology, anatomical foundation, radiological planning, surgical execution, and the novel therapeutics that guide today’s treatment regimens. The first section features concepts related to the epidemiology and pathological basis of disease processes, including relevant cellular and molecular biology. In the second section, integral anatomical fou…
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Monroy-Sosa, Alejandro
Chakravarthi, Srikant S.
de la Garza-Salazar, Jaime G.
Meneses Garcia, Abelardo
Kassam, Amin B.
Responsibility
Alejandro Monroy-Sosa, Srikant S. Chakravarthi, Jaime G. de la Garza-Salazar, Abelardo Meneses Garcia, Amin B. Kassam, editors
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2021
Physical Description
1 online resource (xiii, 982 p.) : 500 illus., 425 illus. in color
ISBN
9783030548797
9783030548780 (Print ed.)
9783030548803 (Print ed.)
9783030548810 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Brain Neoplasms
Skull Base Neoplasms
Specialty
Medical Oncology
Neurology
Abstract
This book provides a comprehensive overview of the management of brain and skull base tumors. It features detailed insight into the intrinsic molecular biology, anatomical foundation, radiological planning, surgical execution, and the novel therapeutics that guide today’s treatment regimens. The first section features concepts related to the epidemiology and pathological basis of disease processes, including relevant cellular and molecular biology. In the second section, integral anatomical foundations and principles are covered including microsurgical anatomy of the cerebrum, white matter tracts, ventricles, brainstem, skull base, advancements in radiological imaging, and cognitive examinations. Surgical approaches and how to execute these procedures are then subsequently discussed in the third part of the work. Principles of Neuro-Oncology: Brain & Skull Base is a practically applicable guide to the latest treatment techniques available to treat these patients. Therefore, it is an indispensable resource for all physicians who utilize these methodologies in their day-to-day practice.
Contents
1. History of Neuro-Oncology: Towards a New Frontier -- 2. Epidemiology of Brain Tumors -- 3. Tumor Microenvironment: Comparison Between Primary Origin Tumors and Corresponding Brain Metastasis -- 4. Diagnostic, Prognostic and Predictive Biomarkers in Gliomas -- 5. Pathological Classification of Brain Tumors -- 6. Gene Therapy in Gliomas -- 7. Microsurgical Anatomy of the Cranial Base -- 8. Microsurgical Anatomy of the White Matter Tracts -- 9. Microsurgical Anatomy of the White Matter Tracts of Brainstem and Cerebellum -- 10. Advancements in fMRI and DTI for Planning Robotically Guided Parafascicular Neurosurgical Trajectories -- 11. Integration of White Matter Tractography in Subcortical and Skull Base Neurosurgical Planning -- 12. Localization of Brain Tumors -- 13. Neuropsychological Assessment in Brain Tumor Patients -- 14. Palliative Care in Brain Tumor -- 15. Embolization of Intracranial, Skull Base, Head and Neck Tumors -- 16. Radiotherapy in Brain Tumors -- 17. Radiosurgery for Brain Tumors -- 18. Chemotherapy for Brain Tumors -- 19. Local Administration of Therapies and Drug Delivery Strategies for the Treatment of Gliomas -- 20. Trans-sulcal Parafascicular Surgical Corridor for Resection of Brain Tumors: The Last Frontier -- 21. Mapping the Brain During Awake Surgery for Patients with Neurological Disorders Including Brain Tumors -- 22. Updates Treatment of Low-Grade Glioma - 23. Updated Treatment of Glioblastoma -- 24. Management of Brain Metastases -- 25. Management of Pineal Region Tumors -- 26. Anatomy of the Sylvian Fissure: Surgical Applications -- 27. Microsurgical Anatomy of the Interhemispheric Fissure Complex: An Anatomical-Functional Model in Brain Tumors -- 28. Surgical Treatment of Intraventricular Tumors -- 29. Microsurgical Anatomy and Surgical Approaches of the Cranial Base: The Radial Corridors - 30. Technological Advances in Neurosurgery -- 31. 360° Surgical Management of the Orbit and Its Exo-orbital Projections -- 32. A Surgical Corridor for the Craniocervical Junction: A 360-Degree View -- 33. Transfacial Approaches of the Ventral Cranial Base, Paranasal Sinuses, and the Extra Cranial Fossae -- 34. Craniofacial Approach -- 35. Endoscopic Surgery of the Anterior Cranial Base -- 36. Endonasal Endoscopic Approach of the Sellar and Parasellar Region -- 37. Endonasal Endoscopic Approach of the Upper, Middle, and Lower Clivus -- 38. Endonoasal Endoscopic Approach of the Pterygopalatine Fossa -- 39. Expanded Endonasal Approach to Meckel’s Diverticulum -- 40. Endoscopic Endonasal Far Medial Approach -- 41. Surgery of the Anterior Cranial Base: Open Approach -- 42. Surgery for Tumors of the Middle Cranial Base -- 43. Temporal Bone: Posterior Petrosectomy -- 44. Surgical Treatment of the Tumors of the Cerebellopontine Angle -- 45. Surgical Treatment of the Tumors of the Jugular Foramen -- 46. Surgical Treatment of Foramen Magnum Tumors -- 47. Surgery of the Infratemporal Fossa and Parapharyngeal Space -- 48. Safe Entry Zones for Brainstem Cavernomas.
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Palliative Care for Chronic Cancer Patients in the Community : Global Approaches and Future Applications

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Michael Silbermann, editor. --Cham: Springer , c2021.
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Palliative Care for Chronic Cancer Patients in the Community: Global Approaches and Future Applications offers a much-needed account of the current state of global palliative care in the community – the good, the bad and, especially, the hopeful. This extraordinary compendium, with chapters form 46 countries, edited by Professor Michael Silbermann, tells the remarkable stories of palliative care - from grass-root efforts by volunteers in resource-constrained countries such as India to the full …
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Silbermann, Michael
Responsibility
Michael Silbermann, editor
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2021
Physical Description
1 online resource (xxix, 599 p.)
ISBN
9783030545260
9783030545253 (Print ed.)
9783030545277 (Print ed.)
9783030545284 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Chronic Disease - therapy
Community Health Services
Global Health
Neoplasms - therapy
Palliative Care - methods
Specialty
Global Health
Medical Oncology
Palliative Care
Abstract
Palliative Care for Chronic Cancer Patients in the Community: Global Approaches and Future Applications offers a much-needed account of the current state of global palliative care in the community – the good, the bad and, especially, the hopeful. This extraordinary compendium, with chapters form 46 countries, edited by Professor Michael Silbermann, tells the remarkable stories of palliative care - from grass-root efforts by volunteers in resource-constrained countries such as India to the full integration of palliative care in high-resource countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia. What is so unique about this book is that it captures the enormous range and diversity of palliative care efforts: some led by nurses (Iran), some led by governments (Turkey) and many led by local charities and non-governmental agencies. Readers of this textbook can also learn about the challenges of a government-led palliative care initiative in the post-genocide era in Rwanda or the attempts to provide palliative care services in the conflict zones of Iraq, Palestine and Sudan. Contextual issues requiring cultural sensitivity in Afghanistan, Latin America and the Middle East present a real picture of both the exceptional leadership and environmental hardships that palliative care advocates face in their journeys forward. Each of the 53 chapters in the book tells a narrative of the country’s own experience, thus creating a source of on the ground information outlining the barriers, challenges and successes as individual efforts progress. Many reports in the book point toward real change and hope as they relate to healthcare providers becoming empowered advocates for their patients. There are high expectations for the role of nurses to continue to grow. Educating and engaging patients, and the families in their care, has had a measurably positive impact on outcomes. The collaborative spirit of this book gives voice to the incredible vision, tenacity and resilience of the teams of professionals and their supporters who work in palliative care, particularly those who work in the community. In addition, it underscores that all future efforts can only be successful with the concerted and continuous commitments of governments, academics and NGOs across and within national boundaries. - HRH Princess Dina Mired President – Union for International Cancer Control (UICC).
Contents
The Role of the Palliative Care Team in Keeping Pediatric Oncology in Patients at Home -- Palliative Care: High Value, Low Revenue. A Comparison of Rwanda's Public Health Approach and the United States' Fee-For-Service System -- Progress Towards Artificial Intelligence-facilitated Palliative Care for Populations Everywhere -- Models of Community-Based Palliative Care -- The Role of the Nurse in the Palliative Care Community -- Understanding the Impact of Community-Based Palliative Care -- Palliative Care in a Multi-Cultural Society -- Hospice Experience in Guatemala – Our History -- From a Management Perspective on Barriers to Early Integration of Palliative Care in the Health Care System -- Palliative Care in Italy -- The Importance of the Interdisciplinary Team in Running Palliative Care Services in the Community -- Patients suffering from a Chronic, Irreversible illness: A Novel Study on the Psychological Intervention out of the Hospital -- Community Palliative Care in Spain: The Critical Role of Nursing in its Development -- Collaborative Efforts in Developing Pediatric Oncology Palliative Care Services in the Hispano-American and African Countries -- The Development of Modern Models in the Community to Improve Quality of Life -- The Role of Routine Data and its Importance in Guiding Delivery of Community-Based Palliative Care Services -- Palliative Home Care in Poland- From an Idea at the Time of Political Changes to a Well-structured Integrated System -- Community Palliative Care in the Community: The Bosnian Experience -- Palliative Care Services in Croatia -- Current Status and Perspectives of Palliative and Supportive Care in Oncology in Montenegro -- Current State of Affairs: Palliative Care Services in Slovenia -- Management of Emergency in the Community and the Care of the Older Patient at Home -- The Critical Contribution of an NGO to the Development of Palliative Care Services in the Community: Encouraging Outcome of the Tanta Project in Egypt -- Republic of Sudan: Palliative Care - Hope for the Future -- Cancer and Palliative Care in Morocco -- International Program of Pediatric Oncology Palliative Care in Morocco: The Soleterre Foundation Experience -- Provision of Palliative Care Services for Cancer Patients in the Community in Africa -- Current State of Palliative Care in Uganda -- Palliative Care: High Value, Low Revenue. A Comparison of Rwanda's Public Health Approach and the United States' Fee-For-Service System -- Palliative care in Rural Central Africa, Experiences from Cameroon -- A Public Health Approach to Palliative Care -- Collaboration between Palliative Care and Oncology Services: Global Models and the Example of Cyprus -- Community-Oriented Palliative Care in Iran -- Palliative Care in Iraq: Background and Improving Services -- Pediatric Oncology Palliative Care Services in the Community: Northern Israel -- Palliative Care Services to Cancer Patients in Jordan -- The Role of the Physician in Running a Palliative Care Service in the Community: The Lebanon Experience -- Palliative Care in Lebanon; From Inception to Implementation -- AL-Sadeel Society for Palliative Care: A Model for Civil Involvement in Promoting Palliative Care Services in the Community -- Pediatric Oncology Palliative Care in the Community: Turkey -- The Role of the Community Nurse in Developing Palliative Care Services in the Community -- Caring for the Cancer Patient in the Community: In Mind, Body and Spirit -- Prevalence and Management of Cancer Pain in Developing Countries -- Palliative Care: The Care that is Rarely Practiced by Health Care Professionals in Afghanistan -- Palliative Care for Cancer Patients in Armenia: A Silent Pain -- Embracing the Challenge of Integrating Palliative Care Services into the Healthcare System in Times of Reform: The Kazakhstan Experience -- Provision of Palliative Care for Oncology Patients in Pakistan: A Review of Challenges and Current Practices -- Collaborative Programs between Government and Civil Society - Scope, Challenges and Models -- The Role of the Palliative Care Team in Keeping Pediatric Oncology Patients at Home -- Experiences in Extending Palliative Care to Neuro-Oncology Patients in Indonesia -- Experiences in Extending Palliative Care to Neuro-Oncology Patients in Indonesia -- Establishment of Home-Based Pediatric Palliative Care – The Indonesian Experience -- Network of Primary Palliative Care in Thailand: A Prototype Driven by Education -- Community Hospice Care for Cancer Patients in China -- A Place of Treatment and Transitional Care for Cancer Patients in Japan -- Palliative Care Development in Viet Nam: Increasing Access and Challenges -- Photodynamic Therapy and Fluorescence Imaging Diagnostics and its Application to Cancer Care -- Community-Based Palliative Care in the Philippines -- A Public Health Approach to Palliative Care -- Palliative Care Provision in Rural New Zealand.
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