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  • Slogans (Parullat) is a 2001 Albanian film directed by Gjergj Xhuvani. It was Albania’s submission to the 74th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.
  • (slogan) motto: a favorite saying of a sect or political group
  • A motto associated with a political party or movement or other group
  • A short and striking or memorable phrase used in advertising
  • A Scottish Highland war cry
  • “Slogans” is a remixed version of Bob Marley song released 24 years after his death. The 2005 single was released on the greatest hits album Africa Unite and was the second last song on the album.


  • the general condition of body and mind; “his delicate health”; “in poor health”
  • The state of being free from illness or injury
  • a healthy state of wellbeing free from disease; “physicians should be held responsible for the health of their patients”
  • A person’s mental or physical condition
  • Soundness, esp. financial or moral
  • (healthy) having or indicating good health in body or mind; free from infirmity or disease; “a rosy healthy baby”; “staying fit and healthy”

slogans on health

slogans on health – Transforming Health

Transforming Health Care: Virginia Mason Medical Center's Pursuit of the Perfect Patient Experience
Transforming Health Care: Virginia Mason Medical Center's Pursuit of the Perfect Patient Experience
For decades, the manufacturing industry has employed the Toyota Production System — the most powerful production method in the world — to reduce waste, improve quality, reduce defects and increase worker productivity. In 2001, Virginia Mason Medical Center, an integrated healthcare delivery system in Seattle, Washington set out to achieve its compelling vision to become The Quality Leader and to fulfill that vision, adopted the Toyota Production System as its management method.
Winner of The Shingo Research and Professional Publication Award
Transforming Health Care: Virginia Mason Medical Center’s Pursuit of the Perfect Patient Experience takes you on the journey of of Virginia Mason Medical Center’s pursuit of the perfect patient experience through the application of lean principles, tools, and methodology. The results speak for themselves, including:
An innovative patient safety alert system
Reduction in professional liability insurance expenses
Foundational changes that make it possible for nurses to spend 90% of their time with patients
A computerized module that sorts through electronic medical charts and automatically identifies when disease management and preventative testing due
Over the last several years Virginia Mason has become internationally known for its journey towards perfection by applying the Toyota Production System to healthcare. The book takes readers step by step through Virginia Mason’s journey as it seeks to provide perfection to its customer – the patient. This book shows you how you use this system to transform your own organization.

Willow Grove transition year work experience and mental health education project

Willow Grove transition year work experience and mental health education project
8/5/11***NO REPRO FEE***Dispelling Stigma & Stereotypes, Julie McDunphy a transition year student for the Dominican College in Glasnevin who won an iPad for her slogan ‘Mental Health Matters as your mental health is just as important as your physical health ‘ she took part in a St. Patrick’s University Hospital initiative that teaches students the reality of mental illness , the inaugural Willow Transition Year Project.The Willow TY Project invited students from around the country to take part in a weeks work experience at the Hospital that involved two components; routine work placement in designated departments throughout the Hospital and mental health awareness classes hosted by the Hospitals Adolescent Mental Health Team. On their return to school, students were asked to hold a mental health awareness event for fellow pupils.Pic:Marc O’Sullivan


@ M. huai hai road, shanghai

On the slogan it says "concerning the food’s security, caring the people’s health"…..
(want to know more, you can check the news/reports lately about the food security in China — problematic meat, steam bread, milk powder again…..)

slogans on health

Strong Women, Strong Bones: Everything you Need to Know to Prevent, Treat, and Beat Osteoporosis
Based on the latest scientific information, and including practical advice on the best nutrition, exercise, and medication, Strong Women, Strong Bones is an essential guide for any woman who wants to know more about the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis. Includes: ? A one-hour-per-year plan for healthy bones ? A self-test to assess risk factors ? Facts on the most accurate bone-density tests ? Tips on supplements beyond calcium, plus new

The Strong Women have done it again. First Strong Women Stay Young broke new ground by showing women how strength training–exercising with weights or against resistance–can delay the signs of aging. Then Strong Women Stay Slim showed women how strength training could keep the pounds off. Now Strong Women, Strong Bones teaches women how to prevent and treat osteoporosis through exercise (strength training, weight-bearing aerobic exercise, stretching, and balance) and nutrition. Tufts University researcher Miriam Nelson and award- winning health writer Sarah Wernick again team up to bring you the latest science, translated to reader-friendly language and practical application. You learn how osteoporosis works, your personal risk factors, and exactly what to eat and what exercises to do to keep your bones strong. These authors have become popular because their information is up-to-date and based on cutting-edge research, so their advice is trustworthy and it works. And they make it simple–even if you haven’t exercised since high school (and even if high school was a very long time ago!) you can follow their safe and clearly illustrated “bone-boosting workouts.” Their nutritional advice won’t make you load up a shopping cart with an alphabet soup of supplements like many books–instead, you’ll load that shopping cart with fruits, vegetables, soy, high-calcium foods, and a calcium-vitamin D supplement. “Support your bones,” advise the authors. “They support you.” Strong Women, Strong Bones shows you how. –Joan Price