UN definition: By , reduce the global maternal mortality ratio to less than 70 per , live births. In addition, all countries should reduce the maternal mortality ratio to less than per , live births. The maternal mortality ratio refers to the number of women who die from pregnancy-related causes while pregnant or within 42 days of pregnancy termination per , live births. Goal: By Reduce global maternal mortality to less than 70 per , live births per year.
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This is part of our quick reads series; helping you stay informed without hogging your precious time. This post covers a wellbeing at work case study in manufacturing written up in Occupational Health in Wellbeing has often been coupled with health, having been first mentioned in the World Health Organisations constitution. Wellbeing has two parts or types, the pure hedonic pleasure stuff and the more meaning-based, purpose and values stuff called eudaimonic.
Houseplants: to support human health
Christine Hancock and Katy Coopershare expert insights on how to make the case for connecting wellbeing interventions with higher outputs. UK productivity — or lack thereof — continues to climb political, business and public-sector agendas. The Office for National Statistics estimated that output per hour worked in the United Kingdom in was This is despite the July publication of a Government plan to increase productivity. This article provides ways to make this case: the evidence for action and how to embed wellbeing to improve productivity.
Ron was referred into Be Well Tameside by the Neuro team. He was recovering from surgery following having a Brain Tumour removed. He had received Physio as part of his recovery and the Neuro team now wanted him to receive support with lifestyle change as he was Type 2 Diabetic and taking Metformin for it. Ron brought his lovely wife Lesley with him and Angela agreed to support them both together.