The program was conceptualized by the government due to study results that showed that 60% of Filipinos die without seeing a doctor as well as ensuing lack of medicines and other life-saving technologies; maldistribution
of health workers, geographic isolation, and commercialized medicine which are expensive and out of reach of the poor Filipino.
The gas flow maldistribution
may be reasoned by the structure of the retort.
Special attention should be directed towards ensuring that human resources are available and accessible to provide comprehensive, quality sexual and reproductive health services, including by investing in the capacity of health workers, particularly mid-level cadres such as midwives, addressing maldistribution
and strengthening health training institutions.
11] An unequal healthcare system, inherited from the apartheid era,  is characterised by maldistribution
of health workers and resources, [11,13] poorly funded facilities and a lack of mentorship and leadership, [14,15] demoralisation and a lack of motivation, [6,12,16,17] high responsibility, excessive overtime demands, task overload and an ever-burgeoning demand for health services.
There's a tremendous geographic maldistribution
of our graduates," said Dr.
Dr Eastwood said: "It was quite clear that there had been this incident in the semi-final in 1981, it was caused by a maldistribution
of the crowd.
MW: One of the nation's best tools for addressing maldistribution
of our primary care workforce is the National Health Service Corps.
However, one of the major problems for the microchannel heat exchangers is the refrigerant maldistribution
among the parallel tubes.
As an administrative agency charged by the governor to address the maldistribution
of dentists and dental hygienists, we as regulators concluded that all state- and agency-administered licensure exams were comparable and applicable to the new law of licensure by endorsement for dental hygienists.
We definitely have shortage of nurses in addition to maldistribution
," said Fadi al-Jardali, associate professor at AUB and lead author of the study, who has worked with the World Health Organization on issues related to health policy and recruitment and retention of health care workers.
Among the topics are reducing thermal losses from automotive lubricant circuits during cold start by applying polymer insulation, using numerical simulation to investigate refrigerant maldistribution
in the evaporator of an automotive air conditioning system and to improve the design of the system, evaluating thermal systems in hybrid electric vehicles by simulation, transient fan modeling and effects of blade deformation in a truck cooling fan installation, and using palliative technologies to minimize heating-ventilating-air conditioning loads and their impact on the range of electric vehicles.
As we think about the necessary changes in our healthcare system, we will, in my opinion, have to examine those changes in the light of the maldistribution
of resources and of power in our entire society.