, the recommendation is that it should be within the 5.5-6.5 range (Furlani, 1999).
As per the proceeding of SH and ME Department No SO(NC)2-34/2017 dated 25-04-2018, Principal Dr Hafiza Mazhar, Anayatullah Ahmadani, former accountant of PHNS
, and the complainant attended personal hearing at office of Deputy Secretary (Estt) Abdul Qadir on May 2, 2018 at Lahore.
* What does a PHN
need to understand about the rates of breastfeeding at various times in the first year post-partum?
The aims of this study were to investigate how PHNs
identify, intervene in, and implement guidelines on child maltreatment in Finland and Japan and to compare the results between the two countries.
To our knowledge, this is the first Canadian study to show significant variations in how PHNs
are treated across Canadian provinces.
A recent NZ Child Poverty report found a growing number of families in need, with 285,000 children living in unacceptable poverty (MMResearch, 2014) indicating PHNs
response may include addressing and alleviating the effects of poverty and its pervasive health related sequela (MOH, 2013).
Project TB ECHO, initiated in April 2015, provides an opportunity for PHNs
from across the state to come together on a monthly basis across a video network to review all active TB cases in New Mexico.
To facilitate discussion of the key challenges and opportunities arising from the establishment and operations of PHNs
, this series of discussion papers considers a combination of the critical success factors for PHNs
and explores each of the priority areas in the context of organised primary health care in Australia.
need to be able to give appropriate advice to inform and prevent deficiency as well as identifying those who may be at risk.
Understanding what are and should be practices and policies of rural PHNs
regarding rural women's health could significantly enhance the present and future health of rural women, families, and communities.
Other issues for PHNs
as part of PCTs include their health promotion role.