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Killexams : Medical Hygiene mission - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/CDCA-ADEX Search results Killexams : Medical Hygiene mission - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/CDCA-ADEX https://killexams.com/exam_list/Medical Killexams : NASA Requires 'Former Flown' Astronaut to Lead All Private Missions to the ISS

NASA this week updated its policies for private astronaut missions (PAMs) to the International Space Station, following "lessons learned" from Axiom's Ax-1 mission in April.

The new rules aim to increase passenger safety and reduce strain on existing operations by clarifying the private astronaut code of conduct, as well as tweaking requirements for sleep and hygiene accommodation, medical support, and microgravity adaptation.

One condition still being ironed out stipulates that all future PAMs "include a former flown NASA (U.S.) government astronaut as the mission commander," who can provide "experienced guidance for the private astronauts during pre-flight preparation through mission execution," according to an agency notice(Opens in a new window) posted on Monday.

"Based on their past on-orbit and NASA experience," the notice explains, "the PAM commander provides a link between the resident ISS expedition crew and private astronauts and reduces risk to ISS operations and PAM/ISS safety."

Following a two-day delay due to a holdup with NASA's Artemis 1 Moon rocket, the first all-private mission to the space station successfully launched on April 8, carrying four civilians on a 10-day mission including eight days onboard the ISS conducting scientific research, outreach, and commercial activities. Commander Michael López-Alegría, a former NASA astronaut, joined pilot Larry Connor and mission specialists Eytan Stibbe and Mark Pathy for the trip of a lifetime.

"It became pretty clear, first of all, that customers really didn't want to fly with nobody who has done it before," López-Alegría said recently at the ISS Research and Development Conference, as reported by SpaceNews(Opens in a new window). "Secondly, NASA was a lot more comfortable having someone who had been there before."

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The Ax-1 mission did highlight a few shortfalls: According to interviews with the crew following their return to Earth, over-packed schedules clearly put a strain on everyone present. Such a tight schedule—25 experiments and 30 outreach events over eight days—likely contributed to NASA's decision to add an individual "adaptation time" requirement upon arrival at the ISS. "NASA is requiring additional time for microgravity adaptation and handover activities prior to the execution of the main mission activities," the notice stipulates.

Axiom's second mission—the only other NASA-approved PAM—will be led by Peggy Whitson. Whitson became the first female astronaut to command the ISS twice, and broke the record(Opens in a new window) for longest single space flight by a woman at 289 days in orbit (subsequently squashed by Christina Koch's 328-day trip(Opens in a new window)).

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Killexams : WORLD'S FIRST GLOBAL HYGIENE SUMMIT TO TAKE PLACE IN SINGAPORE IN 2023
  • RGHI to organise the world's first Global Hygiene Summit in Singapore February 15th – 16th 2023.

  • The Global Hygiene Summit is being organised in partnership with the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (Singapore), and in collaboration with the World Bank.

  • The Global Hygiene Summit will create clarity around hygiene and the positive impact that improved standards could have on global health, including in the COVID-19 recovery period.

LONDON, July 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The Global Hygiene Summit 2023, organised in partnership with the National Centre for Infectious Diseases (Singapore), and in collaboration with the World Bank,  is being hosted in Singapore on the 15th and 16th February 2023.

Professor Yee Sin Leo, Executive Director, NCID said: "Hygiene generally refers to conditions and practices that help to maintain health and prevent the spread of diseases. Despite its intimate link to health, hygiene is ill-defined and often intertwined with socioeconomic status, and cultural belief and practices. Hygiene is a fundamental pre-requisite for sustainable public health and with our dual mission of clinical and public health, NCID is pleased to partner for this inaugural summit in Singapore. Leveraging on prominent stakeholders, this summit will elevate hygiene to the highest global agenda in promoting and sustaining health."

The Reckitt Global Hygiene Institute (RGHI), a not-for-profit foundation that was established in 2020 with a multi-year $25 million grant from Reckitt, RGHI is focussed on plugging significant gaps in the health research space and improving access to information that will bridge epidemiology, public health, and behaviour change. The Global Hygiene Summit will align with this aim by informing the global health agenda stimulating discussion that could lead to the adoption of better and more sustainable hygienic practises globally.

The event will create a forum for multi-level and multi-disciplinary discussions around hygiene science, behaviour, economics, and real-world experiences and outcomes. It will bring together scientists, politicians, the private sector and civil society to generate impact through the intersection between health and hygiene ~ which is vital to safeguarding the physical and economic wellbeing of populations worldwide, both amid COVID-19 and beyond.

By articulating the shape, scope and importance of the hygiene field, motivating multi-level and multi-disciplinary working by bridging epidemiology, behaviour and policy, the Global Hygiene Summit intends to gain consensus on how to effectively measure and create behavioural change and economic impact (ROI), and how to present this to engage policymakers.

Global Hygiene Summit 2023 will also motivate the [Singapore] Declaration; a guide for structural change that will be brought about by co-discussion and global co-operation and set the agenda for future change.

[i] Early bird registration is available until 7th September 2022

[ii] To benefit from the student rate, you will need to submit evidence of your student status.

[iii] To benefit from the LIC and LMIC rates, you will need to submit evidence that you are resident in one of these countries (as classified by the World Bank).

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Killexams : A mission to cultivate midwifery leaders

Hiroshima University (HU) Professor Yoko Shimpuku was beaming as she shared one of the most unforgettable memories she had in Tanzania.

“So, one of my students became the chief midwife in one hospital in Zanzibar,” she said.

They were revisiting a hospital where some of the best practices in midwifery had been set in place. Years before, when she went there, hygiene and sanitation were a concern. 

“I didn’t know she was there. But when I visited the hospital, I found out that my student was there. And she said, ‘Whoa, teacher! How are you?’ And she took us to the maternity ward and explained how she tried to change the condition and Improve the situation of maternal and child care.”

Her former student was one of the around 60 who graduated since she established in 2014 the first midwifery master’s program in Tanzania. It was among her notable achievements cited when she was honored as one of the world’s 100 Outstanding Women Nurses and Midwives by the World Health Organization

Shimpuku’s journey to doing groundbreaking work in Tanzania would’ve been unlikely if not for an invite in 2007 from her Ph.D. professor at the University of Illinois Chicago. eager on developing a multidisciplinary viewpoint — a mindset that would later lead her to app development — she took an anthropology course on breastfeeding and human development outside of her nursing degree. At the end of the course, her professor asked if she has anything planned for the summer.

“She was doing a lot of research work in Africa. And she was starting a maternal child health project in Tanzania. And she knew my background as a midwife, so she just asked me to go with her,” Shimpuku said. The following year she packed her bags and headed to the East African nation.

Placing women’s voices at the center

Her trip has opened her to experiences different from what she was used to. At one hospital, the maternity ward was desperately short-staffed that it was a struggle to try to handle the multiple deliveries that were happening simultaneously. 

“There was a long queue, and there were women having babies at the same time — and sometimes without a midwife. To me, it was very much chaos in that hospital, and I was shocked and surprised,” she said. 

She saw how chaotic situations could delay treatment and end up in mothers’ and babies’ deaths from totally preventable causes. So right away, she began work researching how maternal and infant mortality rates could be reduced in the country and made sure that her study would place women’s voices at its core.

“I was really interested in how the women are feeling when they’re having a baby there,” she said.

“There are some articles about why women are not coming to the hospital, their experiences like transportation and money, and all that stuff. But I was more interested in how they felt about the birth they had in that chaotic hospital, so we can use that information to Improve the condition and suggest policies,” she said.

Effecting change from the inside

Shimpuku went back to the US, and in 2010 finished her Ph.D. She was hoping to head back to Africa to hit the ground running. She knew that to Improve the situation on the ground, one of the things needed was to cultivate local midwife leaders. 

“We agreed to start a master’s program, and it needed to be free. So that we can develop needed leaders who can work in the Ministry of Health or who can work in the university as a teacher or researcher, those kinds of leadership were needed to increase the number and quality of midwives in Tanzania,” she said. 

She partnered with Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences, where she established the pioneering master’s program for midwives in the country. They received governmental funding from Japan for the project in 2011.

Shimpuku believes that midwives can enact significant changes that could Improve their working conditions once in leadership positions.

“In Tanzania, nurses and midwives are paid less, and they are working very hard in very low-quality working conditions. So, they have two jobs. In their regular work, some fall asleep because they have a night shift at a private hospital and then go to a national hospital,” she said.

“First, we need to change the policy and the working environment so they can provide more proper care to the patients.”

One of her mentees who graduated from the program passed Japan’s highly competitive MEXT scholarship test and is set to start her Ph.D. studies at HU this year. She is planning to learn about life-saving medical devices in Japan to reduce newborn deaths in Tanzania.

Aligning local agenda with SDGs

Shimpuku continues to do capacity-building work with midwives in Tanzania, most recently developing an app to bridge the knowledge gap and enable local access to up-to-date global health policies and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

“When I go to international conferences, they talk about SDGs and how midwives can contribute to improving those kinds of global goals. But in reality, when you go to the field in Tanzania, midwives usually don’t know what the SDG is. Or no midwife knows about global policy or new World Health Organization guidelines,” she said.

This realization fueled her idea for an app that could provide midwives with the latest WHO pregnancy and birth guidelines so they could update local midwifery practices or align policies with SDG targets. 

“My work is based on the new WHO guidelines, which were published in 2016 and 2018. Those guidelines, the revision before was in 1996. So, there are lots of things to be updated. For example, they are giving unnecessary care to the mothers, or sometimes their ways to make assessments are different from an updated way,” she said.

But she admitted that guidelines could get too technical, and there may be issues with localizing the information. For example, instructions on how many milligrams of iron pregnant women should take can get confusing.

“In the field, they’ll say, ‘From what? 60 milligram is like how many kilograms of meat?’ It is not easy to learn how they can apply this knowledge into practice. So, in my app, I explained all the details, including how you can teach mothers using locally available food.”

The app was a product of collaboration between various disciplines — something that Shimpuku said can lead to fantastic innovation.

“Otherwise, in universities, we are very much in a silo. We don’t really talk to other departments, especially in the time of COVID-19. It’s important to learn how they are doing in literature or engineering or biology or chemistry.”

HU is launching next year it’s Graduate School of Innovation and Practice for Smart Society, a new multi-disciplinary graduate program for achieving sustainable societies, for which Shimpuku joined as a global health expert.

Bridging Japan and Tanzania

The pandemic and her pregnancy put a halt to her usual back-and-forth travel between Japan and Tanzania.

“I cannot travel right now. I have to stay in Japan. And after having a baby, I also have less capacity to go to Tanzania. But now I have Ph.D. students, and I also have incoming master’s students who are also interested in this kind of research,” she said.

Shimpuku was appointed as HU’s vice president for international public relations this year. As a professor at HU’s Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences, she teaches health promotion, research methods, global health and nursing, child and maternal health, and reproductive health issues.

“So, if things will be okay, if COVID-19 will be okay, I’ll try to send the younger generation to Tanzania so that I can continue my research and education there. Plus, they can develop their own study there.”

Shimpuku had already established a program with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to send master’s students from Japan to Tanzania as JICA volunteers for up to two years. One of her students who participated in the program was assigned to Muhimbili National Hospital’s maternity ward. 

“When I traveled to Tanzania, it was a few months after she went to Tanzania. I was having some lunch in the hospital canteen, and I was sitting next to one Tanzanian woman, and she was talking to me. She was telling me, ‘I saw somebody who looks like you in the maternity ward,’” she said.

The woman told her about her incredible experience when she had her baby at the hospital. The girl, who she said looked like Shimpuku, attended to her and comforted her when she was in pain during childbirth.

“And I knew she was my student because there were only two Asian-looking women in the hospital that time. So I was so exceedingly happy that my student — she struggled with limited Swahili language skills — but the care she provided actually conveyed her caring emotion that the patient really appreciated.”

Shimpuku, who gave birth in March last year, is happy knowing that her daughter will be growing up in a world where life has been made much better for other mothers and their newborns.

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About Hiroshima University

Since its foundation in 1949, Hiroshima University has striven to become one of the most prominent and comprehensive universities in Japan for the promotion and development of scholarship and education. Consisting of 12 schools for undergraduate level and 4 graduate schools, ranging from natural sciences to humanities and social sciences, the university has grown into one of the most distinguished comprehensive research universities in Japan. English website: https://www.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/en

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Killexams : ‘It’s the highlight of my week’: Group makes hygiene kits for girls in developing countries No result found, try new keyword!A group of women in Henrico makes products to help the local homeless community and provides hygiene items for girls in developing countries. Tue, 02 Aug 2022 08:38:32 -0500 en-us text/html https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/wellness/it-s-the-highlight-of-my-week-group-makes-hygiene-kits-for-girls-in-developing-countries/ar-AA10eMm0 Killexams : GRNMA endorses Dettol to promote good hygiene

Dettol Ghana manufactured by Reckitt, has been endorsed by the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA) as the hygiene product of choice to promote good hygiene for expectant, nursing mothers and Ghanaians at large.

The two organisations signed a memorandum of understanding to formalize the partnership.

The GRNMA is a professional association for all categories of Nurses and Midwives in Ghana with a mission to develop the nurse professionally to cope with contemporary challenges of the profession towards the promotion of the health of their clientele and their socio-economic status.

Speaking on behalf of Dettol at the signing ceremony, Country Sales Manager Reckitt, Mr Henry Ankrah, stated that “Dettol is one of the most trusted brands in the world backed by research and innovation. It is safe, easy to use and an effective hygiene product that kills up to 100 illness-causing germs.  Dettol’s partnership with GRNMA aligns with the brand’s purpose to protect life, reduce the burden of illness, and drive behaviour change to create lasting hygiene habits.

He added that the partnership aims to further encourage good hygiene practices in hospitals, communities and the public through various activities. It will also help to create and release public awareness messages, and campaigns on public health and personal hygiene to promote awareness of health and hygiene matters among the public.

President of GRNMA, Mrs Perpetual Ofori Ampofo said Dettol is mostly used in the clinical areas of every hospital hence the partnership, which will be on an array of Dettol products to promote good hygiene.

Mr Ankrah further commended the nurses and midwives for their roles, which ensured safe child delivery and provided extensive healthcare for Ghanaians.”

He expressed delight at the partnership with GRNMA and expressed the hope that nurses and midwives throughout the country would be ambassadors for the Dettol range of products.

With the Memorandum of Understanding signing, the association has granted Dettol the exclusive right to use its official logo on all its products and brand materials. Every Dettol product and brand on all media platforms will likewise carry the association’s official endorsement and logo.

Exchange of signed Memorandum of Understanding between Dettol Ghana and the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA)

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Killexams : GRNMA signs MoU granting Dettol right to use its logo on their products

Dettol Ghana manufactured by Reckitt has been endorsed by the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA) as the hygiene product of choice to promote good hygiene for expectant, nursing mothers and Ghanaians at large.

The two organisations signed a memorandum of understanding to formalise the partnership.

GRNMA signs MoU granting Dettol right to use its logo on their products

The GRNMA is a professional association for all categories of Nurses and Midwives in Ghana with a mission to develop the nurse professionally to cope with contemporary challenges of the profession towards the promotion of the health of their clientele and their socio-economic status.

Speaking on behalf of Dettol at the signing ceremony, Country Sales Manager Reckitt, Mr Henry Ankrah, stated that “Dettol is one of the most trusted brands in the world backed by research and innovation. It is safe, easy to use and an effective hygiene product that kills up to 100 illness causing germs.

GRNMA signs MoU granting Dettol right to use its logo on their products

“Dettol’s partnership with GRNMA is in line with the brand’s purpose to protect life, reduce the burden of illness, and drive behaviour change to create lasting hygiene habits.”

He added that the partnership aims to further encourage good hygiene practices in hospitals, communities and the public through an array of activities.

“It will also help to create and release public awareness messages, campaigns on public health and personal hygiene to promote awareness of health and hygiene matters among the public,” President of GRNMA, Mrs. Perpetual Ofori Ampofo said.

GRNMA signs MoU granting Dettol right to use its logo on their products

Mr. Ankrah further commended the nurses and midwives for their roles, which ensured safe child delivery and provided extensive healthcare for Ghanaians.

He expressed delight at the partnership with GRNMA and expressed the hope that nurses and midwives throughout the country would be ambassadors for the Dettol range of products.

With the Memorandum of Understanding signing, the association has granted Dettol the exclusive right to use its official logo on all its products and brand materials. Every Dettol product and brand on all media platforms will likewise carry the association’s official endorsement and logo.

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Killexams : County metal health clinic completes move

OBSERVER Photos by M.J. Stafford The lobby of the Chautauqua County Department of Mental Hygiene’s new clinic on Franklin Street in Dunkirk.

There’s a new behavioral health clinic located at 60 Franklin St. in Dunkirk.

The Chautauqua County Department of Mental Hygiene held an open house last week for the clinic. It replaces one that was in office building space Chautauqua County used to rent at Third Street and Central Avenue.

The clinic relocated on June 3, according to Deb Maggio, communications and development manager for the department. There was no interruption in services, she said.

“Our team designed the new facility with the community and staff in mind,” said Tamie Coleman, the clinic’s director. “We are so excited for our community to see the result of the whole team coming together to bring our vision to life to provide the best care we can. Our main goal is to uphold the CCDMH mission to provide timely, quality and accessible care, and now we get to do so in a state-of-the-art facility.”

The clinic is designated a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic. That’s a status conferred by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. It’s supposed to ensure the monitoring of nationally standardized best practices, data collection and specific performance markers, with a goal of good outcomes for patients.

The clinic provides mental health and addiction services such as counseling, relapse prevention, referrals, group therapy, peer support services, mobile crisis response and care coordination.

“It’s allowed us to expand services offered and we can accommodate more clinicians, and we can therefore accommodate more of the community,” Maggio said.

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Killexams : Euro Safety Equipments set to display its health & hygiene products range at FIME 2022

Euro Safety Equipments, India's leading PPE supplier, is all set to display its range of “health & hygiene” products on an international platform at FIME 2022, Miami Beach Convention Centre, USA, from July 27-29, 2022.

The products such as laminated non-woven fabrics, breathable & non-breathable polyethylene films etc will be displayed at the international trade show.

Varun Budhiraja, director & CMO – Euro Safety Group of Companies said, “Since our inception, Euro Safety Group of Companies has been participating in the most renowned national & international trade shows to showcase their products. It gives us great pride to share that Euro Safety Equipments and Euro Safety Nonwovens have joined the group league and are spreading their wings overseas. Euro Safety Group is on an unstoppable mission of becoming the giants in the world of PPE.”

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Killexams : A free dental care event is coming to Rockford this week. Here's what you need to know

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Killexams : No menstrual hygiene policy for menstruating transmen, says Centre

By Express News Service

NEW DELHI: India has no policy measures to ensure access to menstrual hygiene for menstruating transmen the Centre told Rajya Sabha on Tuesday.

In a written reply, the Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Bharti Pravind Pawar said, “No policy measures exist to ensure access to menstrual hygiene for transgender menstruating men.”

The government reviews the menstrual hygiene scheme in the review meetings with the states and union territories. 

The scheme is also reviewed along with the other programmes and schemes under the National Health Mission by the Common Review Mission teams, which visit the selected states and UTs.

She said the centre distributes sanitary napkins via its Jan Aushadhi Suvidha Sanitary Napkin (JASSN) scheme, which started in 2018.

She said while in 2018-19, 88,92,244 pads were distributed; in 2019-2088,92,244 pads were sold.

In2019-20, 2,72,99,728-pads were sold ; 2020-21, the number went up to touch 8,74,71,580.

In 2021-22, the figure stood at 11,28,20,604 pads and in 2022-23 till date, 3,80,48,428 pads were sold, the minister said.

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