According to PCHR's investigation, those crimes were as follows:
While strongly condemning these crimes, which further prove the Israeli forces continue to commit crimes against Palestinian civilians in disregard for their lives, PCHR called upon the international community to take immediate and effective action to stop the Israeli crimes and escalating violations and to work on providing protection for Palestinians.
PCHR also reiterated its call upon the High Contracting Parties to the 1949 Fourth Geneva Convention to fulfill their obligations under Article 1; i.e., to respect and ensure respect for the Convention in all circumstances, and their obligations under Article 146 to prosecute persons alleged to commit grave breaches of the Fourth Geneva Convention.
Numerous international and local studies have highlighted three weak links in the use of the PCHR by health professionals: failure to request the record from the caregiver, failure to use the record as a reference source of the child's medical background, and failure to comprehensively and accurately record new information in the record.
Whereas most previous research has focused on the possession of, and information recorded on, the PCHR, this study provides process information about key steps in the use of the PCHR as a tool for the continuity of health care i.e.
Some studies have aimed to assess agreement between the original medical record and the PCHR, generally showing that the transfer to the PCHR was poor.
PCHRs represent a unique way to overcome such pitfalls while at the same time better engaging patients and improving research outcomes.
Beyond such invasive devices are technologies already in place, such as pedometers and glucose monitors that could be linked to PCHRs and QST systems to automate self-reporting of activity levels.
Despite enthusiasm for the potential that PHRs, PCHRs, HSNs, and QST hold for research and health outcomes, many significant challenges remain.
Mandl went on to describe how added value might be derived from PCHRs by applying a surveillance model to the population health databases that these aggregated records could create.
Adoption of PCHRs has been slow to this point, but these systems are relatively new.
The next challenges with PCHRs include confronting the myth of personal control of care and of the individual's health information.