unmet needs

unmet needs

Social care needs of a person in the UK which are not met, either because there are insufficient resources, or the services available do not meet the required standards of quality.
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If all unmet needs for modern contraception among married women in the country were met, overall unintended pregnancies would be reduced by an estimated 82% or 3.1 million annually, said the report titled Adding It Up: Investing in Contraception and Maternal and Newborn Health in Pakistan.
Contraceptive Use Among Women Who Inject Drugs: Motivators, Barriers, and Unmet Needs 2018; 5(2): 99-116.
Lombardo adds that the Theraworx Relief line of innovative solutions for unmet needs will be expanded in the third quarter of 2019 with the launch of novel SKUs for joint discomfort and inflammation.
a clinical stage specialty pharmaceutical company focused on developing and commercializing proprietary topical therapies to address unmet needs in dermatology, today announced that the U.S.
The result is the publication of a report containing lists of prioritized unmet needs and the estimated cost of meeting those needs.
To study and compare the met and unmet needs of family planning in urban and rural areas.
The company is targeting high-value unmet needs with its lead programmes in oncology supportive care (NXP001) and fibrosis (NXP002).
We found that there were significant unmet needs in the marketplace for dairy-based aseptic products and the acquisition of a diary license was the next logical step to fill unmet needs for our clients.'
Expanding access to family planning and addressing unmet needs for contraception are key goals for improving reproductive health.
Unmet needs for family planning in urban slums of Trivandrum corporation area.
In addition, with the rapidly increasing number of children diagnosed with ASD, addressing family unmet needs may guide prioritization and allocation of limited resources, thereby reducing the burden on healthcare, school, and community services.
Complicating matters, however, is poor patient adherence and other barriers to patient self-management that remain as other unmet needs. (4)