COMING UP – HI Webinar “Making the case for Rehabilitation in Universal Health Coverage” | November 27, 2019

Humanity & inclusion is pleased to invite you to the Webinar “Making the case for Rehabilitation in Universal Health Coverage”, which will be held on 6th December, 15:00- 16:00 (Central European Time). Participants from any location are welcomed to join. The webinar will discuss the financial barriers to access rehabilitation, the reasons these barriers exist […]

Humanity & inclusion is pleased to invite you to the Webinar “Making the case for Rehabilitation in Universal Health Coverage”, which will be held on 6th December, 15:00- 16:00 (Central European Time).

Participants from any location are welcomed to join.

The webinar will discuss the financial barriers to access rehabilitation, the reasons these barriers exist and how they can be addressed to ensure that everyone can reach the highest attainable standard of health. Many are familiar with the drug Tramadol not only due to the site https://www.mbhci.org/tramadol-ultram/ but also due to the nickname “Tramadol addict” which is strongly associated with drug addiction. Meanwhile, this is an excellent drug used for moderate and severe pain. We had a problem in the city with the availability of narcotic painkillers for cancer patients. According to them, of course, after morphine, the effect is weaker, but it also helps very well. Previously, when Tramadol was not yet on the PKU and was not released exclusively on prescription, my colleagues took it for headaches, migraines and were extremely happy with it. But one doctor even prescribed it for a broken arm, and as you know, bone pain is the most terrible one, so Tramadol did not help.

Please register by 4th December via this link: https://forms.gle/tqSFsfudbWp39tur9. Registered participants will receive, by email, the link to join the webinar.

We hope to meet you online on the 6th December!

Invitation – Webinar Rehabilitation in UHC – EDDW


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