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Looking Back. FROM THE LANCET, SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1825. REVIEW.1

1903 The Lancet  
Strength is secured by the Asch form of handles, whereas the absence of an angle in the shanks, combined with symmetry in the blades, helps to maintain precision in keeping the line.  ...  STANLEY RAW, Senior Resident Medical Officer, Sunderland Infirmary. A SEPTOTOME FOR USE IN MOURE'S AND OTHER OPERATIONS FOR DEFLECTION OF THE TRIANGULAR CARTILAGE.  ...  of BARON LARRY is maccessible, Mr.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-6736(01)84917-5 fatcat:nxm2gxfv5nbjpmhi43rkfsubv4

Page 111 of New York Mirror; A Weekly Gazette of Literature and the Fine Arts Vol. 19, Issue 14 [page]

1841 New York Mirror; A Weekly Gazette of Literature and the Fine Arts  
Francis. -_ —— ————e ee TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS. The paper entitled “ Medical Masic, but they are not new.  ...  world m or translations ought to secure the precious monuments of literature and science which iw enshrines against the least violation.  ... 

Health insurance, a friend in need? Impacts of formal insurance and crowding out of informal insurance

Xin Geng, Wendy Janssens, Berber Kramer, Marijn van der List
2018 World Development  
These findings provide guidance for insurance schemes aiming to target the most vulnerable populations.  ...  In contrast, households with access to informal insurance are able to smooth consumption even in the absence of formal health insurance.  ...  Three anonymous referees and participants in the NOVAfrica Conference on Economic Development in Africa provided helpful suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.worlddev.2018.07.004 fatcat:tsgxuixttja5jljjv6x5gkd26q

Accrediting private providers with National Health Insurance to better serve low-income populations in Kenya and Ghana: a qualitative study

Lauren Suchman
2018 International Journal for Equity in Health  
reduce requests for informal out-of-pocket payments from patients while also ensuring quality of care.  ...  Private providers and patients agreed that SHI schemes are beneficial for reducing out-of-pocket costs to patients and many providers felt they had to become SHI-accredited in order to keep their facilities  ...  The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12939-018-0893-y pmid:30518378 pmcid:PMC6282320 fatcat:oebxk3bn3jcxfbwheihnc6g6v4

Page 1 of Christian Secretary Vol. 13, Issue 20 [page]

1850 Christian Secretary  
To his medical attendant on the 8th, he said: “I should not be surprised if this were to terminate in my death. I did not expect to encounter what has beset ine since my elevation to the Presidency.  ...  The medical yielded to the gpiritual agent, whose office it was to prepare for the approoch of the King of Terrors. But there was nothing in the conduct of the suffer- er to indicate the mortal leap.  ... 

Poster Sessions

2007 Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism  
P166 Functional Foods High total antioxidant capacity (TAC) products added to diet Acknowledgement This research was partially supported by NIH (R01-HD30880) and Fogarty International Center, NIH (R01  ...  right to nutrition security among refugee children.  ...  Further research on the nutritional significance of these plants may provide information of great importance to both scientists and consumers.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000105120 fatcat:pphwlwusgvdwnhfatgfme2pe2a

Patches of Equity: Policy and Financing of Indigenous Primary Health Care Providers in Canada, Australia and New Zealand

Josee Gabrielle Lavoie
2005
Indigenous providers that secure funding from non-indigenous specific funders (New Zealand, and Australian Aboriginal Health Services) operate in a classic contractual environment where funding is accessed  ...  The contractual environment in which providers operate bears a highly nuanced resemblance to official policies. Two broad categories of contractual environments have emerged.  ...  Alma Ricard, a 94 year old French Canadian woman who established this foundation, and her foresight in allowing fellowship recipients the freedom to pursue their own research projects, that made this undertaking  ... 
doi:10.17037/pubs.04650988 fatcat:dhkgcprl4rf6zacdmbs5dhdega

Place struggles : a critical analysis of changing patterns of work, unemployment, and local development in New Zealand and the West Coast of the South Island [article]

Gary Alan James Scott, University Of Canterbury
2011
) and to a lesser extent community businesses and co-operatives), and barter systems and other types of reciprocal exchange between households in the informal sector.  ...  The results of two surveys - one of twenty formerly unemployed people who became self-employed; and one on the informal activities of households in the town of Westport - are reported and evaluated.  ...  He had been unable to cover costs and needed a more secure income so that he could provide for his son.  ... 
doi:10.26021/6017 fatcat:niqul5ec5fdmfmx5y4yk22hhai

From orthodoxy to orthopraxy : towards an acceptance of the university as a social conscience [article]

Simon McLellan, University Of Canterbury
2019
The right to speak without fear of reprisal is essential to the ideal of the university. In some contexts, this right is enshrined in law.  ...  In upholding academic freedom as a social conscience, there is an inherent dilemma for scholars between their obligation to the other as an absolute singular 'one' and their obligation to respond to 'every  ...  The field is very large taking in sociotechnical studies of the military, medical, many others, information technology.  ... 
doi:10.26021/9877 fatcat:akxjac4cdjetrfphlw5ldecjaa

Kennedy to • arrIVe at 5 p.m

Gary Daily, Egyptian Starr, Writer Sen, Kennedy, Diane Daily, Egyptian Writer
1974 unpublished
He denounced notions that Chap· paquidick had anyL~ing to do with his decision.  ...  Simon is running against Val Oshel, R-Harrisburg. to fill Gray 's seal which becomes vacant in January. Kennedy was considered by many as ~~~~?Se~~?  ...  One can appreciate the sacrifice cIemanded to provide for WlqtJeStionabie needs.  ... 
fatcat:jhelh7xdznc23kek6nxyxphsfi

v29no1y1973ocr.pdf [article]

2021
Moreover, Niebuhr sees one's personal response of faith in Christ as necessarily involving a community-a community which, in turn, does not witness to itself, but to the revolutionary and reconciling action  ...  Stoecker's theology is formulated as a major "shift of anthropological perspective" from an individualistic to a community model-wherein the Christian is called not only to reform himself but society as  ...  Jung, to help provide a philosophical foundauon for a theology of healmg.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8-9paq-rs11 fatcat:uvt7dxwzufe6vdug2luud5lddi