Byline: Adnan Amin (Email: [email protected]), Sayed Mohsin Ali Shah and Abid Hussain Abstract
Background. Control of hypertension remains an elusive goal, but doctors’ non-compliance with guidelines, patient attitudes and adherence to treatment, and poor delivery of care at clinics are important contributing factors. Objectives. To determine the overall quality of hypertensive care, and compliance with current hypertension guidelines at community health centres (CHCs) in the Western Cape.
As a veterinary food inspection specialist, you need an introduction to the context in which you will be working. The purpose of this subcourse is to provide some general knowledge that may be referred to in subsequent subcourses. There are lessons concerning the Veterinary Service as a whole, a look at the 91 Romeo career […]
KARACHI — Introduction of American Business practices in the Pakistan’s health services in 1985 has spoiled the image of the medical profession which is at its lowest ebb in the society these days. Most doctors do not enjoy the same respect which the public used to give them. Words like serving the humanity after becoming […]
RECENT ELECTION RESULTS REAFFIRM A CENTRIST position that not only bolsters America’s pluralistic heritage, but also perpetuates a roughly half-private and half-government financed health system. Of no surprise, therefore, was the conspicuous absence from the pre-election debates of any pivotal remedies for the long-term financing of entitlement or of how to accomplish major health reform. […]
Visualize this: A patient phones for an appointment but gets busy signals; when at last the call is answered, a hurried voice announces “hold please,” then silence. After an indeterminate wait someone may pick up, if the patient has not given up. Or perhaps the call is answered promptly and a computer voice reads a […]
Byline: Sultana Habibullah, Salahuddin Afsar Abstract