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The record of medical errors reported in Malaysia is small compared to developed nations but continuous risk management methods must be taken to improve patient safety in hospitals, Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia (APHM) president Datuk Dr Ridzwan Bakar said.
Nearly 80% of Malaysians choose the bedroom as their top choice for sex as opposed to other locations, like the beach, cinema, office or a park.
A corporate organisation to manage the Skills Development Fund for needy students will be set up within six months, said Human Resources Minister Datuk Dr Fong Chan Onn.
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A CHANGE of mops has helped one hospital in Singapore save S$90,000 (RM198,084) a year, a move which others are adopting as pressure mounts to contain costs in the healthcare sector.
One of Europe's smallest and most densely populated countries, the Netherlands is known for its picturesque landscape, windmills, wooden clogs, tulips as well as liberal views on issues, be it business, political or social.
B>BANGKOK:/BThailand's Supreme Court issued yesterday an arrest warrant for former public health minister Rakkiat Sukthana after he was found guilty of bribery and failed to show up for a court appearance.
A PUSH is on to get more people, especially healthcare workers, vaccinated against influenza ahead of a possible new bout of SARS.
Healthcare workers nationwide are being monitored for illnesses as part of the country's surveillance against the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).