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Luc Brucher and Karine Pontet, respectively partner in audit and Life Sciences and Healthcare leader and director responsible for Life Sciences and Healthcare at Deloitte Luxembourg, look at the current situation of the healthcare industry in Luxembourg and present the main perceptions that patients and healthcare consumers have of the industry. http://www2.deloitte.com/lu/healthcare-in-luxembourg
VO The government of Luxembourg gives more than 55.4 billion kip (6.5 million Euros) to healthcare services INTRO: The government of Luxembourg is providing more than 55.4 billion kip (6.5 million Euros) for the United Nations Joint Programme (UNJP) for Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) for the years 2017-2020. STORY: The funding will support the implementation of the government's new National Strategy and Action Plan for integrated services for RMNCH from 2016-2025, and will contribute to improving the health status of women, newborns, children and young people, especially adolescent girls. The programme will focus on the remote, poorest and most disadvantaged communities in the provinces of Borikhamxay, Savannakhet and Bokeo. It aims to improve access and increase...
Learn, Share, Subscribe ------------------------------------------------ Watch the entire series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Follow: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Luxembourg. More information about the video content bellow: 1. With an average income of around 3200€ Luxembourgers are among the wealthiest people of the world. Luxembourg evolved into a major financial center. Today, there are about 150 banks in a country that’s smaller than the state of Rhode Island. Its reputation as a tax haven made it attractive to all kinds of foreign investment. ...
Research into personalised medicine. Luxembourg's central location, skills, multilingualism, beneficial fiscal environment, proximity to international researchers, neutrality and attractive IP provisions will all play a role in making the country an attractive prospect in this important field.
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On the occasion of the joint conference on the European Medical Organisation entitled ‘Continuing Professional Development for Doctors – Improving Healthcare’ which took place in Luxembourg on 18 December 2015, Commissioner Vytenis P. Andriukaitis reaffirmed the European Commission’s commitment to promoting continuing professional development for doctors and highlighted the importance of this topic for the sustainability of high quality healthcare for European patients.
Luxembourg for Finance and Luxembourg for Business have launched a new animated video “ A little piece of Luxembourg everywhere” demonstrating that the country, in addition to being a leading financial centre, plays a prominent role in a wide range of industries. While financial services play an important role, accounting for 25% of GDP, other sectors such as steel production, IT, health technologies, logistics and car components are all highly developed. In the animation, you will see that there is a little piece of Luxembourg everywhere from city skylines to cars and even in space. Giant high strength steel beams – the kinds used in the new Freedom Towers in New York -- are produced in Luxembourg. The advanced architectural glass used in the construction of the Burj Khalifa tower in Du...
Luxembourg has established itself as a prime logistics air freight hub in Europe for the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry by offering fully compliant end-to-end temperature-controlled supply chain solutions. For further information, please visit: www.logistics.lu
2016 FNR Award for Outstanding Scientific Publications is awarded to Jérôme PAGGETTI & Etienne MOUSSAY (Luxembourg Institute of Health) for the publication “Exosomes released by chronic lymphocytic leukemia cells induce the transition of stromal cells into cancer-associated fibroblasts.” (Published in: Blood, 2015 Aug 27; 126(9):1106-17)
Top 20 countries with highest minimum wages in the world. Please Subscribe : http://bit.ly/2htiTZk Visit : www.eazytips.com # 20 Portugal at #20 Minimum Wage - $4.3 /hr Top Paying job in Portugal Police Officer Managing Director Quality Director Sales Manager General Manager # 19 # Greece at #19 Minimum Wage - $4.8/hr Top Paying jobs in Greece Health and Medical Airlines / Aviation / Aerospace / Defense Accounting and Finance Executive and Management Legal # 18 # Turkey at #18 Minimum Wage - $4.8/hr Top Paying jobs in Turkey Executive and Management Construction / Building / Installation Engineering Information Technology Executive and Management # 17 # Spain at #17 Minimum Wage - $5.0/hr Top Paying jobs in Spain Business Planning Human Resources Executive and...
Napoli, 12 febbraio 2016 - Primo Summit Mediterraneo Sanità Keynote speech INCIDENZA E PREVALENZA DELLE MALATTIE ONCOLOGICHE NELLE REGIONI MEDITERRANEE Saverio Stranges, Direttore Scientifico del Dipartimento di Population Health at the Luxembourg Institute of Health
On the 7th of December 2016, Etix Everywhere had welcomed HRU to discuss the future of the workforce. Strong organizational health, agility through technology, conversational Intelligence, agile bureaucracy... Many subjects were discussed. Take a look to discover the outcome of the discussions and the day's achievements! Relive conversations through the tweets published that day: https://twitter.com/i/moments/806479710284877824 Discover more about HRU: http://www.globalhru.com/ Learn more about Etix Everywhere: https://www.etixeverywhere.com/en/life-at-etix-everywhere/ "Brass Beat" by Blake 2011 - Licensed under Creative Commons