Donor: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Duration: 01.09.2015. – 31.12.2015.
Law Scanner organization, with the financial support of United Nations Development Program, from September the 1st continues working on project “Citizen’s Charter as the main fighter against corruption in health sector”.
Donor : Anti-corruption Agency
Duration : July 2015 – January 2016
Law Scanner, in partnership with organization Three dots, in the period from July 2015 until January 2016 will be conducting the project ‘’Implementation of the National Strategy for Combating Corruption 2013-2018 and National Action Plan – Alternative Report for 2015’’ The project is funded
Alternative Report on Implementation of the National Anti-corruption Strategy for 2013 – 2018 and the Action Plan for 2013 and 2014.
The second Regular Meeting of the Alliance of Association of Patients – Serbia was held on February 12th, 2015 at the Centre for inclusion, innovation and integration. Law Scanner as a member of the Allianceparticipated in the Meeting.
At the Assembly program and objectives of the Union for 2015 and 2016 were presented.
Within the regional project “The active inclusion and rights of Roma women in the Western Balkans”, Bibija, in collaboration with partner organizations (“Romani cikna” – from Krusevac, “Law Scanner” – Belgrade and Women’s Roma Centre Veliki Crljeni from Lazarevac), announced the publication of “Monitoring of public pol
Law Scanner on February 10th, 2015, attended a meeting of the working group of the National Convention of the European Union (NKEU) relating to Chapter 28 – Consumer and health protection.
Association Good people and Psychiatric Services in Valjevo realize the project “We can do the same” in the period October 2014 – January 2015. The aim of the project is a comprehensive aid in the treatment and Sustainable Development of addicts who are treated at the Psychiatric Service in Valjevo.
Law Scanner attended the conference “Towards a new strategy for improving the situation of Roma” held on Monday 9 February 2015 in the Club of Assembly Deputies.
WASHINGTON — The nation’s transition to electronic medical records, now in full swing, risks overlooking potential patient safety problems, independent advisers warned the Obama administration Tuesday.
The first ever European simulation on the impact of the EU Directive on the application of patients’ rights in cross-border health care was held in Brussels in November.
The right of EU citizens to access planned healthcare across borders has been one of the most hotly debated health policy issues at EU level in recent years.
On World AIDS Day, the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network would like to draw your attention to some of the most pressing issues for people living with or vulnerable to HIV and AIDS. Of course, this list is by no means exhaustive, as the fight to stem the tide of this epidemic is multi-faceted and complex.
The World Bank Board of Directors approved Thursday the Policy Based Guarantee (PBG) of EUR 100 million, which provides partial coverage for Macedonia borrowing of EUR 130 million from the international bank loan market.
15 November, 2011 | Great Britain
Patients should have a set of rights they can expect to be upheld in their care in order to improve standards in hospitals and other care settings, according to the head of the Care Quality Commission.
Changes to the patients’ rights act, which the government has endorsed, are introducing the right to a second opinion at all levels of treatment and limit waiting time of patients to 60 minutes, Health Minister Dorjan Marusic told the press on Tuesday.
In line with the act, patients will have the right to ask the doctor to refer them to another specialist.
Within the project ’’Protector of patients’ rights: equal for all patients’’, supported by Fund for an open society, Law Scanner team has visited Roma settlement ‘Orlovsko naselje’ in Belgrade.
Patient Rights Day was commemorated yesterday in Turkey amid complaints from many patient rights activists who argue that the “Full-Time Law” has increased the waiting time for people seeking treatment at university hospitals.
At the end of January, “Law Scanner” team had several activities that included visits to health institutions in Belgrade, Kraljevo and Subotica.
On January 24th, we visited several institutions in Belgrade-health center Savski venac, Institute of Urology and Nephrology, and health center Banjica.
After successful completion of the project „ Protector of patients’ rights-equal rights for all patients“, supported by Fund for an open society, Law Scanner team represented the report „Protection of patients’ rights-equal for all patients“.
Donor: The Foundation for an Open Society
Duration: December 2012. – July 2013.
”Law Scanner” is conducting activities on the project “Independent and effective institution as guarantee of the protection of the patients’ rights” funded by The Foundation for an Open Society.
System accused of not supplying sign language interpreters
Detroit-based Henry Ford Health System will pay $70,000 to family members of a patient who said the system failed to provide sign language interpreters during a hospitalization in 2004, according to a settlement signed Wednesday with the U.S. Justice Department.
The Law Scanner held a focus group on April 25 2013. in Belgrade. This focus group, like the previous one that was held in Novi Sad on April 12 2013, was organized in collaboration with the Office of the National and Provincial Ombudsman and the Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection.
Non governmental organization Law Scanner continues with activities in the raelization of the project “Patient rights-country responsibility”.
Civil society organization “Law Scanner” commemorated Human Rights Day setting up the stand in Knez Mihailo Street, in order to promote patients’ rights. Law Scanner activists shared leaflets and USBs raising public awareness about patients’ rights and protection mechanisms.
Our team visited the health center, “Dr Simo Milosevic” in the Belgrade municipality of Cukarica. Although we did not get permission of competent authority to talk with patients in the premises of the institution, we did it in front of this health institution.
Law Scanner is a new non-governmental organization whose main objective is protection of citizens’ rights in terms of health and social policy.
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