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The World Bank will provide additional $24 million to support the Government of Sri Lankas ongoing health service delivery program, with particular emphasis on the special health needs in the north and east arising out of the recent conflict.
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Community based Health promotion is the methodology adopted by Plan Sri Lanka to work with children, communities and the Public Health Midwives, so that they become capable to work together. Work together to collectively identify and address these factors to improve healthy growth, optimal development and well-being of the children.
A film created to show development work done in Sri Lanka.
Clinical Psychologist describes her personal experiences of volunteering with SLV in the Mental Health Sector in Sri Lanka. SLV.Global provides psychology students and graduates the opportunity to gain valuable psychology work experience in Sri Lanka, India and Bali, Indonesia. Our focus is on global mental health and on bolstering the existing resources in the communities where we work. Our aim is to provide skilled volunteers the chance to participate in a well-rounded, culturally immersive experience, which involves working at psychiatric facilities, social initiatives for adults and children with disabilities and teaching English. If you have any questions please email email@example.com. https://slv.global/apply-now https://slv.global/request-info-pack
To coincide with World Suicide Prevention Day, the film focuses on the growing burden of suicide in low and middle income settings, describing the troubling relationship between chronic kidney disease, alcoholism and suicide in rural Sri Lanka.
HSCI160 Group Project - Task 2:Video Report Dr. Kate Tairyan - Spring, 2015 Group Members: 1. Janice Lam 301228168 2. Andy Yoon 301219443 3. Ariel Gordy 301263625 4. Su Young Lee 301245336 5. Vanna Nguyen 301228215
CCC Foundation panel discussion on mental health and suicide in Sri Lanka with CCC Foundation ambassador Kumar Sangakkara, representatives from Lifeline International, Beyondblue, Mind Matters, Centre for International Mental Health and a person who has experienced suicide in the family.
www.helpward40.wordpress.com This is a short film about my brief visit to a rural rehabilitation centre in the mountain regions outside of Kandy in Sri Lanka. Following my Elective Nursing placement I was fortunate to be able to raise funds for the ward in order to buy some well needed items such as agricultural tools, newspaper subscriptions, sporting goods and more to improve the patients therapeutic activity on the ward. This was well received by the nursing staff and doctors who I worked closely with for 6 weeks, who in return enhanced my own knowledge and practice in Mental Health Care. The purpose of this trip was to obtain hand made rugs from patients and to give them to my friends back home who had been so kind as to support the cause. You can read more about it at the above websi...
http://www.pacificprime.com/countries/sri-lanka/ Sri Lanka is a beautiful country, however if you lived there it is important to have a good health insurance. The reason is although they are local facilities are ok in the event of a cold or a caught or a minor medical issue. In the event of a more serious situation then most people are gone to want to be evacuated, perhaps to Singapore or perhaps to Europe or an over center of medical excellence. As such our advise to people who live or work to Sri Lanka is to have a good health insurance plan that does include evacuation. They are many international health insurance companies around the world. They are big brand name such as Bupa. Allianz, Cigna, Aetna, Axa PPP. All of these today have international health Insurance plan, which are going...
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"History of Health Research Ethics" presented by Shaluni Tissera who is following the Advanced Diploma in General Nursing at the International Institute of Health Sciences (IIHS) Sri Lanka at the Clinical Presentations Session on 27th January 2016.
දිනකට මිනිස් සිරුරට අවශ්ය යකඩ ප්රමාණය නොලැබීම සියලු රෝග වල ආරම්භයයි... ලොව උපදින සෑම මිනිසෙකුම දෛනිකව ආහාරයෙන් ලැබිය යුතු අවම යකඩ ප්රමාණයක් තිබේ.. එය කාන්තාවක් නම් - යකඩ මිලිග්රෑම් 16 කි පුරුෂයෙක් නම් - යකඩ මිලිග්රෑම් 8 කි ගර්භනී මාතාවක් නම් - යකඩ මිලිග්රෑම් 27 කි මෙම ප්රමාණයන් මිනිස් සිරුරට අත්යවශ්ය බව පෙන්වන විද්යාත්මක ලිපි රාශියක් පහතින් දක්වමු. මෙම යකඩ ප්රමාණයන් දෛනිකව නොලැබීමෙන් යමෙකු ඊළඟ දිනයේ රෝගී වීම හෝ මරණයට පත් වීම සිදු නොවේ. නමුත් දීර්ඝකාලීනව දුර්වලයෙකු වේ. දෛනිකව මෙම ප්රමාණයන් ශරීරයට ශාකමය ආහාර වලින් පමණක් ලබාගත හැකි ආකාරයක් ඇතිනම් විද්යාත්මකව පෙන්වාදෙන ලෙස ඕනෑම කෙනෙකුට අභියෝග කරමු. නිවිති ආහාරයට ගන්නේ නම් සෑම දිනකම නිවිති කිලෝ දෙකක් හරකෙකු මෙන් ආහාරයට ගත යුතුය. යකඩ නොමැති වූ විට ලේවල හිමොග්ලොබින් අඩුවේ. හිමොග්ලොබින් යනු ශරීරයේ සෑම සෛලයකටම අවශ්ය පෝෂ්ය පදාර්ථ ග...
Speakers: Dr. Margaret Jones (University of York) & Dr. Susie Perera (Director, Organization Development, and Director Policy Analysis & Development, Ministry of Health, Sri Lanka) Part of the World Health Organization Global Health Histories Seminar series. Presented in association with the University of York's Department of History and supported by the Wellcome Trust. Please visit the World Health Organisation's website for more information on the Global Health Histories seminar series. Archives of past presentations, including audio files of many seminars, are available via the WHO's and Centre for Global Health Histories' websites. Abstract: Sri Lanka, popularly perceived through the contrasting images of a bitter civil war or a beautiful tourist destination, presents yet a third ima...