The HCiD initiative was launched globally in 2011 by the ICRC and the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement to improve the protection of health care.
Participants of the meeting committed to consolidating the good intentions and ideas into action by discussing and incorporating HCiD initiatives in their respective agencies' strategic planning.
Moving forward, participants of the Asia-Pacific meeting agreed that by supporting the declaration, they commit to consolidate the good intentions and ideas into action by discussing and incorporating HCiD
initiatives in their respective agencies' strategic planning.
Shiraz Shaikh Co-Principle Investigator of HCiD, Dr.
Professor Lubna Baig, Dean APPNA Institute of Public Health stated that: 'HCID Project team at APPNA Institute of Public Health feels strongly about violence against healthcare that negatively effects the performance of Healthcare providers which ultimately leads to poor quality of care and adverse health outcomes.
17, 18 HCID
project is also currently lobbying for enacting legal changes for the right of way of ambulances as well as sensitizing ambulance services to refrain from misusing ambulance sirens.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The supply of shotcrete for lining of the HCID
The campaign is being launched under the ICRC's project Healthcare in Danger (HCiD
Tenders are invited for Provide certified laboratory services including analysis of soil and water for a variety of constituents including Total and dissolved metals (SW 846 6010, 6020, 7470 and 7471), TLCP extraction (SW 846 1311), BTEX (SW8021B), VOCs (SW8260B), SVOCs (SW8270C), pesticides (SW8081), diesel range organics (NWTPH-Dx), gasoline range organics (NWTPH-Gx), HCID
, ammonia (E 350.1), chloride, nitrate, nitrite and sulfate (E300), salmonella (SW 9260D), total coliform (SM 9112 or 9222), fecal coliform (SM 9221E or 9222D), pH (SW 846 9045D) and nicotine content of electronic cigarette e-juice samples.
The study was done under the ICRC's project, Healthcare in Danger (HCiD
The APPNA Institute of Public Health (AIPH) at JSMU said it was a partner of the Health Care in Danger (HCiD
) Initiative of the ICRC.
HCI dimensions (HCIDs
) describe the "style of information processing" and the "interactional characteristics" of the user with the system.