The Effect of the “Refuah Shlema” Intervention Program for Ethiopian Immigrants on the Care and Health Status of Patients with Asthma and Diabetes
This report presents the findings of a second evaluation study of the “Refuah Shlema” intervention program for Ethiopian immigrants, which was initiated by JDC-Israel in cooperation with Clalit Health Services.
Towards the Inclusion of a Health Status Parameter in the Israeli Capitation Formula
This study explores how data from the Health Survey fielded periodically by the Central Bureau of Statistics and the Ministry of Health might be used as the basis for adding health status to the capitation formula.
Home Care Workers for the Elderly: Characteristics, Role Perception, and Patterns of Work and Employment
The goal of the study was to examine the characteristics of the home care workers, their perception of their occupation and satisfaction with their work, their employment conditions, and their professional contact with employing agencies.
Follow-up of Older Children Who Have Been Adopted
This follow-up study was intended to provide systematic information about older children who have been adopted, the adoption process, and the outcome of their adoption several years later.
School Dropouts and School Disengagement
This report concerns both school “dropouts” - that is, youth who have already left school - and “disengaged” youth - that is, youth who still attend some educational framework, but who are not involved in meaningful learning.
The Care and Rehabilitation of Stroke Patients One Year Following the Event
This study examined treatment in hospitals and in the community of stroke victims during the year following the stroke, with attention to differences in the availability and accessibility of services among health plans and geographic regions, and to unmet needs.