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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being

Organizations relating to Care

International Commission for the Reception of Large Ships / Est. 1961
Convention Affecting the Nationality of Arabs Resident in Countries to Which They Are Not Related by Origin / Est. 1952
European Institute of Healthcare
IIED América-Latina / Buenos Aires, Argentina / Est. 1988
European Centre for Research and Development in Primary Health Care / Est. 1991
Association internationale pour la prévention de vol de bateaux
Centre de soins européen d\'excellence / Est. 1990
SAARC Surgical Care Society / Peradeniya, Sri Lanka / Est. 1996
Asia-Pacific Network for Housing Research / Hong Kong, Hong Kong / Est. 2001
Hospital without Frontiers / Est. 1976
Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies / Rotterdam, Netherlands / Est. 1948
Next Genderation Network / Est. 1998
International Clinical Epidemiology Network - Asia / Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Healthcare Infection Society / London, UK / Est. 1980
Soeurs des Petites Filles Pauvres de l\'Institut Palazzolo / Bergamo, Italy / Est. 1869
International Union of Students / Est. 1946
Health Clinics International
Medico International - Aid in Developing Countries / Est. 1968
TransWorld Development Initiatives / Brentwood MD, USA
Institute of Mundialist Studies / Est. 1977
Association francophone des utilisateurs de la Classification Internationale des Soins Primaires / Beauvoir-sur-Mer, France
European Skin-Care Nursing Network / Est. 1999
European Hospital Pedagogic Research and Documentation Centre
International Union of Private Hospitals / Est. 1934
B\'nai B\'rith International / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1843

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World Problems relating to Care

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Inadequate health services
Inadequate welfare services for the aged
Ignorance of women concerning primary health care
Bereaved children
Inadequate health care in urban slums
Discrimination against women in health care
Refusal to provide medical treatment
Inadequate animal husbandry
Abusive treatment of patients in psychiatric hospitals
Occupational risks and hazards of the medical profession
Prohibitive medical expenses
Inadequate child day-care facilities
Dehumanization of health care
Unethical practice of health professionals
Abusive treatment of the aged
Inadequate maternal and child health care
Inadequate medical facilities
Inadequate primary health care
Lack of care
Inadequate care for children of prisoners
Abusive institutional care
Inflexible social care structures
Inadequate nutrition education
Lack of incentive for users to care for community property
Prejudiced medical attitudes

Action Strategies relating to Care

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Providing rapid emergency response
Developing medical informatics
Advancing nonacute health care
Providing comprehensive care structures
Strengthening preventative and curative health services for indigenous people
Providing public health services
Improving medical care for sufferers of cystic fibrosis
Improving long-term patient care
Strengthening comprehensive health care
Standardizing hospital care
Improving care for the mentally ill
Improving care of patients
Providing health services
Performing good works
Assuring proper space care
Giving priority to primary environmental care in deprived urban and rural areas
Using ayurvedic medicine
Strengthening comprehensive health care for women
Researching public health
Improving health care for the poor
Organizing comprehensive community care
Improving child day-care programmes
Improving primary environmental care programmes for children
Introducing comprehensive child care
Providing consumer services

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