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Rol de los partidos políticos en la provisión de servicios de salud, Colombia 2007-2008: Colombia 2007-2008
Molina M,Gloria;
Revista Facultad Nacional de Salud Pública , 2009,
Abstract: objective: this paper presents one of the categories that emerged from a study carried out to achieve a comprehension of decisions related to delivering health services, within a restrictive environment offered by the colombian social security system for health. methodology: the study was carried out in six cities of department, which conducted an average of 29 in-depth interviews by city, doctors, nurses and administrators (179 in total), belonging to 96 public and private health institutions. also 10 focus groups with users of health services were carried out. results: the nexus between the state institutions and the political parties is preset into the whole processes of provision of health services in the colombian health system. with the decentralization process and the social security system for health, the nexus between the political parties, the economic groups involved as health insurers and the political patronage have been strengthened, and they dominate and control the political, economical and administrative decisions of the health system. the social security system for heath, as health policy, founded on neo-liberal approach, and the clientelistic practices of the political parties do not promote the public values rather than they promote private interests, which generates conflicts with the values and the citizen rights established in the colombian political constitution of 1991.
Investigación en gestión, políticas y sistemas de salud
Molina M,Gloria;
Revista Facultad Nacional de Salud Pública , 2005,
Abstract: research on health management, policies and systems requires more development in the colombian city, regional and national levels in order to generate knowledge that allow to address health problems in general population. this paper revises international and national trends that, within a context of a health sector reform, have been encouraged by several organizations in order to strengthen research on health policies and systems, as well as methodological approaches involved. some actions are proposed to be developed by researchers research on health management, policies and systems and research centres from the region to provide scientific knowledge to support decision-making at all levels of government and public and private health organizations.
Síndrome ictérico del primer trimestre
Gloria Ríos M.
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2002,
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Uso de medicamentos en constipación
Gloria Ríos M
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2000,
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Role of the political parties in the provision of health services. Colombia 2007-2008
Gloria Molina M
Revista Facultad Nacional de Salud Pública , 2009,
Abstract: Objective: This paper presents one of the categories that emerged from a study carried out to achieve a comprehension of decisions related to delivering health services, within a restrictive environment offered by the Colombian Social Security System for Health. Methodology: The study was carried out in six cities of department, which conducted an average of 29 in-depth interviews by city, doctors, nurses and administrators (179 in total), belonging to 96 public and private health institutions. Also 10 focus groups with users of health services were carried out. Results: The nexus between the state institutions and the political parties is preset into the whole processes of provision of health services in the Colombian health system. With the decentralization process and the Social Security System for Health, the nexus between the political parties, the economic groups involved as health insurers and the political patronage have been strengthened, and they dominate and control the political, economical and administrative decisions of the health system. The Social Security System for Heath, as health policy, founded on neo-liberal approach, and the clientelistic practices of the political parties do not promote the public values rather than they promote private interests, which generates conflicts with the values and the citizen rights established in the Colombian Political Constitution of 1991.
Critic’s Choice Essay: Take time to watch, not just smell the wildflowers!
Gloria M. Caddell
Oklahoma Native Plant Record , 2003,
Abstract: Although plant-pollinator interactions between orchids and bees in the tropics may seem more interesting than those closer tohome, Oklahoma is full of fascinating plantpollinator interactions and mechanisms. The most important pollination agents inOklahoma are wind and insects. Wind is particularly effective where many plants of the same species grow close together.Prairie grasses, and dominant trees of our forests and woodlands, e.g. post oak and blackjack oak, are wind-pollinated. Thereare few things more beautiful than anthers dangling from a grass spikelet along with feathery stigmas that trap wind-bornepollen! In spring, male flowers of oaks are borne on pendulous catkins, releasing pollen that catches on stigmas of tiny femaleflowers held close to the branch.
Prognosis of Workplace Bullying in Selected Health Care Organizations in the Philippines  [PDF]
Gloria M. Alcantara, Eric G. Claudio, Arneil G. Gabriel
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2017.59012
Abstract: The major objective of the paper is to determine the existence of workplace bullying in selected health care organizations in the Philippines. The approach used in the study is a mixture of qualitative and quantitative research methods. The findings show that a median range of score on six factors to workplace bullying was established. Results also found that: no significant relationship exists between demographic profile of participants and their diagnosis of work-place bullying. The statistical treatment of t-test proved that there is no significant difference between the mean scores of the two groups as shown by a t-value of 2.02 in a two tailed test. The overall bullying prevalence scale is moderate as determined by individual responses of the participants. Human resource officers and organizational leaders may find the study useful in designing program intervention against workplace bullying. The implication of the study is the need for intervention program to prevent workplace bullying and revisit certain areas and policies where the degree of risk for frustration and dissents among medical personnel is high. The hospital managers must consider periodic review of personnel behaviour and policies as well as regular observation on bullying factors present in the organization to prevent its emergence. The study established the need to prevent bullying at its early stage to save organizational resources from wastage arising from workplace aggressive behavior.
LA VIOLENCIA CONTRA LAS MUJERES COMO MAL RADICAL
Comesa?a Santalices,Gloria M;
Revista Venezolana de Estudios de la Mujer , 2006,
Abstract: among human groups that suffer from violence, women stand out, since this form of violence involves both halves of the human race. we search for the cause of this violence due to its amplitude and its basis as a type of habitual right which is often defended and justified. in order to carry out this research a gender methodology was used. we present this type of violence in its true form as something evil, radical, unrefined, vulgar and unseemly, based on the arguments of eco-fenimist theologists such as rosemary radford ruether and ivone gebara, as well as the arendtian concepts of radical evil and evil banality, and we consider them applicable to the violence suffered by women due to the simple act of being a woman. the conclusion presents a series of concrete proposals.
Algunas reflexiones sobre la filosofía feminista
Comesa?a Santalices,Gloria M;
Revista Venezolana de Estudios de la Mujer , 2007,
Abstract: our aim is elucídate this dilemma: feminist philosophy or philosophical feminism? henee we reflect on feminist philosophy, its aptness and some categories or key themes which it must deal with as patriarchate, concept of gender and its methodology, feminist epistemology and paradigm shift, relations among women, violence against women, feminism as an ethic-political project, and so forth. we do not pretend any thoroughness, neither on the themes ?or on the way to handle them, but we want only to present some reflexive lines we view as priority
Determinants of social inequalities in child mortality in Mozambique: what do we know? What could be done?
Gloria Macassa, Bo Burstr m
African Journal of Health Sciences , 2005,
Abstract: Health inequalities are no longer an issue only for developed countries. In recent years there is agreement that all countries present health inequalities regardless of their level of wealth. In low-income countries and especially in sub-Saharan Africa where the majority of the poor people live as well as their children, research on child health inequalities is still scarce. This review of evidence suggests that if Mozambique is to achieve the millennium development goals (MDGs) by 2015 further research on important determinants of disparities in child mortality is urgently needed. African Journal of Health Sciences Vol. 12(3-4) 2005: 118-121
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