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Carers UK to reveal the number of people who become carers every year    epda.eu.com

To mark national Carers Rights Day on Friday, 28th November, the charity Carers UK will publish new research revealing the number of people in the UK who become carers every year.[...]

Predictors of the psychosocial impact of being a carer of people living with Parkinson's disease: A systematic review    epda.eu.com

Confident conclusions could not be drawn regarding the most important predictors that should be targeted in psychosocial interventions due to methodological weaknesses and lack of theoretical testing[...]

Spanish nurse diagnosed with Ebola virus disease    who.int

Last night, Spanish authorities notified WHO under the International Health Regulations (IHR) that an auxiliary nurse in Spain has been diagnosed with Ebola virus disease (EVD).[...]

Comparison of healthcare costs and mortality rates of conventional and CAM GPs    homeopathyeurope.org

A 6-year comparative economic evaluation of healthcare costs and mortality rates of Dutch patients from conventional and CAM GPs.[...]

Peer Review in Slovenia: Long-term care – the problem of sustainable financing    europa.eu

Like most of Europe, Slovenia faces rapid population ageing. This places huge strain on long-term care (LTC) in particular, and the country has no unified system for providing it. To address this def[...]

Pricing and Competition in Specialist Medical Services    oecd.org

The pricing of specialist and hospital services is a contentious issue in South Africa. To help inform domestic debates, the OECD Secretariat has produced a paper profiling international experiences [...]

Families waiting to return to their homes following Bosnia floods    ifrc.org

Following devastating floods, many families are staying in Red Cross evacuation centres until the water levels drop.[...]


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