By Nanette Asimov Updated 7:26 pm, Tuesday, April 24, 2018 Photo: Rich Pedroncelli / Associated Press 2016 Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Assemblyman Jim Wood requested the audit after CSU employees alerted him last year to allegations of an asbestos cover-up at Sonoma State and a botched handling of chemicals at Sacramento State in which students’ feet and legs were soaked with a hazardous material. less Assemblyman Jim Wood requested the audit after CSU employees alerted him last year to allegations of an asbestos cover-up at Sonoma State and a botched handling of chemicals at Sacramento State in which ... more Photo: Rich Pedroncelli / Associated Press 2016 Audit faults Cal State University system in handling of hazardous materials 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Despite state laws and repeated warnings … [Read more...] about Audit faults Cal State University system in handling of hazardous materials
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1. Background The health sector has often been considered an entry point for overall development of the country. Nepal is one of the 189 countries committed to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), universal health coverage and more recently Social Development Goal (SDG). In order to fulfill the goals of SDGs, the impetus created by the Nepal Health Sector Strategy 2015-2020. More importantly, constitution of Nepal has enshrined health as fundamental rights of Nepali people and mandated the provision free basic health care services. This has rightly acknowledged the importance of health sector which demands the production and deployment of quality health service providers in the country. Progress in the health sector over the last decade has been impressive with most key health (and nutrition) indicators showing improvements. Life expectancy at birth in Nepal is rising and is now higher than most other neighboring countries at 67 (Asia-Pacific HDR, 2012), infant mortality has … [Read more...] about Syllabus for Public Health Licensing Examination 2073 – Nepal Health Professional Council
“Advancing Evidence for Changing Health Systems” 11-12 APRIL, 2018, KATHMANDU, NEPAL The “Fourth National Summit of the Health and Population Scientists in Nepal” is one of the most comprehensive Summit of the year 2018 being organized by the Nepal Health Research Council (NHRC). NHRC isan autonomous body of Government of Nepal for promoting health research in Nepal. NHRC promotes research culture by facilitating communication between researchers and policymakers to support evidence based health policy and practice. The fourth National Summit is a continuum of the previous summits as an Annual gathering that will provide a platform for researchers and policymakers to share recent and relevant evidence in the area of national health priorities. After the promulgation of Constitution of Nepal 2015 (2072 B.S), the National Health System has now entered into a Federal Structure. Furthermore, as a signatory member state of the Sustainable Development Goals … [Read more...] about Upcoming Event: Fourth National Summit of the Health and Population Scientists in Nepal
Words matter. Right now, for good or bad, as the torch is being passed from one president to new one, one of the key platforms that PEOTUS ran on was eliminating Obamacare. But as the reality of that potential grows closer, social media is abuzz with debates. It would appear that some people didn’t fully understand what they signed up for. Going viral on Facebook, a poster celebrates the demise of Obamacare, patting himself on the back that he had the good sense to go with the Affordable Care Act instead. This person is not alone – witness the Twitter poster who berates Senator Murray: “Why don’t you shut up Murry. Stop Crying. You lost. We won. We are repleaing Obamacare, not the ACA.” We could post more examples, but you get the point. Polls have repeatedly demonstrated that words matter – the healthcare law is viewed much more favorably as the ACA than as Obamacare. And a number of insureds don’t realize they are one and the … [Read more...] about Health Wonk Review: The “words matter” edition