Research Papers/Topics in Health Administration And Management

A STUDY OF MEDICAL RECORDS DOCUMENTATION ISSUES IN FEDERAL NEUROPSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL ENUGU WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DISCHARGE FOLLOW UP

The need for transparency has made a beautiful mirror of a point ushered into the research plane. The issues detected were overtly accepted and are all being worked on vivaciously. The spirit of error detection in health management practice is one that usually humours the principal since all health odds go through them to get treated. However, the subordinate point has been made and the bridge is being built across the sea of impunity and workers' pride. Thanks to the approachability that is ...

A STUDY OF MEDICAL RECORDS DOCUMENTATION ISSUES

This is a capture of medical records documentation lapses observed over a period of at least seven years. The fact of medical diagnostics makes the paper pertinent because of the timeliness and crucial nature of the professional content of the department in question measured against the actual manifest. The economics of choice and opportunity cost however, may not rule out the power to make, create and innovate commoner ways to ensure that medical records professionalism is not compromised.

Asian Immigrants in north America Book from Springer

This book explores a number of issues related to the stigma arising from HIV/AIDS infection, perceived or actual discrimination from the community and society and the extent of vulnerabilities for infected Asian refugees and immigrants. It assesses the health care and treatment regimen for HIV/AIDS accessed by immigrants and refugee claimants in North America, including treatments offered by the health-care system and ethnic communities and their perceptions and biases relating to HIV/AIDS is...

THE COMPLEMENTARY ROLE OF PRIVATE HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS: PERSPECTIVES OF THE REGULATOR, PROVIDER AND CARE SEEKERS IN THE UPPER WEST REGION OF GHANA

This study explored the perspectives of regulators, private healthcare providers and healthcare seekers on the complementary role of private sector providers in the Upper West Region of Ghana. A mixed method approach was adopted. Key informant interviews were conducted with regional and district directors of health services as regulators, and managers of private healthcare facilities as providers, while a semi-structured questionnaire was administered to healthcare seekers. The World Health O...

The Placebo Effect and Therapy on Memory and Learning With Clinical Pointers

This paper attempts to describe the placebo effect and therapy using various tools like the placebo arm, response, effect, therapy, block, psychology  and reflex using a mathematical construct in the form of formulae deduced by a common understanding of the anatomy of the placebo process. The applications of the psychology considers the expectation theory and expectations violations theory from which the violation valence can be determined. These on a broad spectrum presents the possible int...

Roles of Serotonin in Depression

INTRODUCTIONSerotonin is a monoamine neurotransmitter derived biochemically from L-tryptophan. It is mainly found in the gastrointestinal tract (about 90% in enterochromaffin cells), platelets and in the central nervous system of humans and animals. It is an important biogenic amine that play combined role of neurotransmitter as well as neuromodulator (Gyermek, 1996). Serotonin, a neurotransmitter synthesized in the brain, acts importantly in the functioning of the cardiov...

MORINGA OLEIFERA SUPPLEMENTED DIET: MODULATION OF RAT PLASMA LIPID PROFILE AND OTHER BIOCHEMICAL INDICES - for merge

ABSTRACTBackground: The Moringa oleifera plant which is also known as miracle tree has been reported to have many medicinal uses with high nutritional values.  Objective: This study, evaluated the effect of M. oleifera leaves as food supplement in Wistar rats. Methods: Two experimental feeds A containing no M. Oleifera and B having 15 % M. oleifera were prepared and analyzed for proximate composition. Rats were assigned into two groups and sustained on either feed A or B for 21 days. 24hrs...

Performing a Safety Audit in the Workplace

ABSTRACTContinual improvement is an essential precondition for each safety audit system that seeks to reap lasting success in today’s rapidly evolving society. The best guarantee for a dynamic system of continuous improvement and constant flexibility is the full commitment of competent employees who grow with the overall organization because their efforts are systematically valorized and because they are given the opportunities to develop and regularly update their skills. Within the safety...

Safety Management Systems (Case study: Respiratory Protection Program (RPP) for Hospitals)

ABSTRACTA Safety Management System (SMS) is a systematic approach to managing safety, including the necessary organizational structures, accountabilities, policies, and procedures. Safety Management system is a comprehensive management system designed to manage safety elements in the workplace. It includes policy, objectives, plans, procedures, organization, responsibilities and other measures. The SMS is used in industries that manage significant safety risks, including aviation, petrole...

Research Method on Safety Issues (Field Work)

ABSTRACTThis paper is geared towards identifying the various research methods used to find out the safety issues in the workplaces. It details the safety issues, ways it is mitigated, eliminated or reduced in workplaces. This work increases awareness for the handling of safety issues. Chapter one familiarizes readers with concepts used in this study. Chapter two records details of common safety issues encountered in the workplace. The rest of the paper explains the best methods and reactions ...

THE COMPLAINANT COMPLEX AND NEGLIGENCE: A SURVEY IN THE MEDICAL RECORDS DEPARTMENT OF FEDERAL NEUROPSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL ENUGU, NIGERIA

The purpose of this work is to cross examine all clinic entries with a view to determining the appropriateness of the status administered as patient, client, in-patient, out- patient, parole, trial  and otherwise. The legality is built upon the fact of economic pressure to generate revenue internally and the concomitant effect on medical personnel who may want to indulge.The power effect on the public that may want to cajole and get squarely away is also considered with the victim in both ca...

THE BASICS OF DRUG WITHDRAWAL

AbstractThe basic point in this paper is to emphasize drug withdrawal as a therapeutic process requires for many clinical treatments to be complete. The states of nature that are influenced with drugs can undergo conformational changes to heal a disease or rid and infection. these changes nay need to be returned to their normal states of nature before the infliction. therefore the drug withdrawal seeks a near perfect clinical administration where patients are well treated and body system clea...

CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN THE CONSULTING CLINICS OF FEDERAL NEUROPSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL ENUGU

ABSTRACTThe world of medical diagnostics is very wide in range considering the socio-mental cum physical stand of the World Health Organisation(WHO) in its definition of health.This paper is written with a view to resolving as much as possible all conflicts witnessed between doctors, nurses, medical records officers and patients.The conflicts usually have Administrative, Technical and Behavioural orientation as applied to medical diagnostics. The paper targets every literate person capable of...

THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF MALNUTRITION ON PREGNANT WOMEN IN ONNA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, AKWA IBOM STATE

ABSTRACTThis study was carried out to examine the causes and effect of malnutrition on pregnant women in Onna Local Government Area. To guide this work, three objectives and hypotheses were sets and formulated: to identify the causes of malnutrition among pregnant women; to determine the effects of malnutrition among pregnant women; and to established measures of preventing malnutrition among pregnant women in Onna Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State. Related literatures were reviewed on...

AN ASSESSMENT OF THE LEVEL OF ABUSE OF TRAMADOL AMONG PEOPLE IN MAIDUGURI METROPOLIS

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION       1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDYAfrica with approximately one fifth of the world’s population is by far the continent with the least document in terms of data on substance abuse (Data for Africa, 2011).Nigeria the most populous country in Africa and the eight most populous in the world with an estimate population over 154 million, does not have current data on substance abuse treatment demand and treatment facilities. The drug treatment demand ...


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