medicosocial

medicosocial

 [med″ĭ-ko-so´shal]
having both medical and social aspects.

medicosocial

/med·i·co·so·cial/ (-so´shil) having both medical and social aspects.
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L'amelioration et le renforcement de l'offre en psychiatrie et l'humanisation des structures de soins figurent egalement parmi les objectifs du plan d'action quadriennal avec notamment la creation de 3 hopitaux regionaux specialises en psychiatrie (Agadir, Kenitra, El Kelaa), de 10 services integres de psychiatrie, de 4 unites de pedopsychiatrie (Casablanca, Rabat, Fes, Marrakech), la mise aux normes des structures psychiatriques, l'amenagement de huit hopitaux psychiatriques et la creation d'un centre medicosocial (Casablanca).
La delegation chinoise a, par ailleurs, effectue une visite au Centre Medicosocial et educatif realise au profit des militaires a Khemisset, a poursuivi le communique, indiquant que les deux parties ont exprime, a cette occasion, leur satisfaction quant au niveau de la cooperation bilaterale, la densite et la diversite des relations qui lient la Republique populaire de Chine et le Royaume du Maroc.
Primary care physicians (general practitioners, occupational health physicians) and social workers, however, are often faced with medicosocial requests about work-related premature wear and tear on the body.
From Departments of Cardiology, * Cardiovascular Surgery, ** Medicosocial and *** Internal Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Celal Bayar, Manisa
After consent of local authorities and participants, we collected 745 human blood samples in 1995 in 17 medicosocial structures (homes for elderly persons, veterans of the Russian army, hospitalized persons, blood donors) located near Lake Baikal and originating from Ulan Ude (344), Ust Orda (216), and Chita (185), Siberia, Russia (additional data can be obtained directly from the authors).
Topics such as medicosocial considerations in pregnancy, fetal therapy, maternal and fetal diseases, fetal development biology, and fetal infections and teratogenesis are covered.
One of her recommendations was that the Women's Court be replaced by a commission to treat it as a medicosocial problem, rather than criminal.
In the Lebanese context el-Zahlaoui emphasizes the church's medicosocial and educational services, through which it witnesses the presence of God within human suffering and manifests the reconciliatory power of the Incarnation.
The need for long-term care among elderly individuals is almost always medicosocial.