Tag: Overview

Overview | Public Health

The recurring State of Health in the EU cycle consists of four main stages:

  • The joint OECD-Commission report Health at a Glance: Europe kicks off each State of Health in the EU cycle with a horizontal, cross-country assessment of national health systems’ performance in the EU.
  • Individual Country Health Profiles, adapted to the context and specificities of each EU country, assess the strengths and challenges in their respective health systems.
  • A Companion Report, published alongside the Country Health Profiles, showcases some of the biggest trends in the transformation of our health systems.
  • At the close of the two-year cycle, health authorities in EU countries can request voluntary exchanges with the experts behind the State of Health in the EU, to discuss findings and potential policy responses.

The State of Health in the EU cycle supports Member States by strengthening the evidence base. In turn, the cycle provides the Commission

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Nutrition Overview | ADA

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You’re part of the club 

As you work on eating healthier, surrounding yourself with the right kind of support will be important. Start with your people. Share your nutrition challenges—talk about it as openly as you feel comfortable. Not only will this help you clear your head, but by hearing from others, you can sharpen your resolve to stay on target with your diet.

Next, reach out to your community. Not only are we here to help, but there are often local resources that you can use. Aren’t sure where to find those? Ask your doctor or dietitian. 

Most of all, don’t let how you manage your diabetes isolate you. Share your questions, emotions, and feelings with your club.  Chances are someone nearby is dealing with something similar.

Carbs, carbs, carbs—what about them?

When you eat or drink things that have carbohydrate, your body breaks those carbs down into glucose

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Eastern State Hospital Overview | DSHS

 

 

Eastern State Hospital is a partner with individuals, families, advocates, community healthcare providers, regional support networks, employee organizations, educational organizations, and local and state government systems to provide services to individuals in 20 eastern Washington counties.The hospital provides evaluation and inpatient treatment for individuals with serious or long-term mental illness that have been referred to the hospital through the Behavioral Health Organization, the civil court system – where individuals  have received a civil court order for involuntary treatment – (RCW 71.05) or through the criminal justice system – (RCW 10.77).

Patient Care Services

Adult Psychiatric Unit (APU) – APU is a 91 bed unit that provides inpatient hospitalization for adults 18 to 50 years old who are severely mentally ill and are committed for evaluation and treatment by a civil court proceeding.

Geropsychiatric Unit  (GPU) –  GPU is a 101 bed unit that provides inpatient  psychiatric evaluation and treatment for

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