đź’‰ Essays on Public Health

Smoking Marijuana and Its Negative Outcomes

Today, many debates about the idea of smoking marijuana (cannabis) are raised to identify its positive and negative aspects. According to the investigations offered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, approximately 24 million Americans aged 12 and older use marijuana regularly, and the increase is still observed....

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Social Work in Hong Kong Analysis

Abstract The conclusions of this awfully intense and ruthless respiratory syndrome (SARS) in Hong Kong shaped many issues for health support behavior among older citizen with a poor social and financial standing and so. With an alarming situation that this helpless group could be at superior risk of contracting the...

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Why Smoking Should Be Banned In Public Places

The American Surgeon General has been warning people about the hazards of first hand and second-hand smoking but it seems that these warnings, studies, and polls do not affect smokers. They continue to fight for their right to smoke in public places and feel that their rights have been trampled...

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Australian Community Health Semi-Remote Rural Health

Abstract Epidemiology is the study of patterns of disease and injury in human populations and the application of the study to control health problems. Epidemiology focuses on identifying the distribution, determinants and the frequency of the disease within a population. It is the study of human health in populations, studying...

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Social Inequalities in Health and Illness in Britain

Introduction Although it is definitely true that we are all going to die, some of us will die sooner rather than later – our life chances are closely connected to our social and economic state of affairs, which are insolvably allied to influences of behaviour and intergenerational by constructive and...

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Public Health: Emergency Preparedness & Awareness

One might survive any natural disaster or catastrophe. However, the key role in the fight against it is proper preparation and awareness of actions to be taken in case of an emergency. For instance, one should be informed about the steps that need to be taken beforehand, including making adequate...

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Social Problems of Health and Health Care

Abstract The article is aimed to provide a personal perspective regarding the current problems that are affecting the US healthcare system. The author highlights three main areas in the current US healthcare setup as the reasons for the decline. The first is the lack of direction in the allocation of...

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Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Infection

Introduction MRSA or methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus recently have hugged headlines as health science still had to find details of combatting the disease. It is a strain of Staphylococcus aureus resistant to methicillin and other antibiotics with about 16 epidemic strains discovered and two particular strains — clones 15 and 16...

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Health Promotion and Physical Assessment in Nursing

Introduction Health is the first most important form of wealth. Health –the physical, mental, and social health of an entire population- is a nations fundamental natural resource. Health is the essential foundation that supports and natures growth, learning, personal well-being, social fulfillment, enrichment of others, economic production and constructive citizenship....

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Chronic Disease Management: Diabetes and Anthem

Executive Summary This project aims to collect relevant data related to chronic condition management. The topic of this project is chronic disease management and the problem is that Anthem has 85% of diabetes readmission rates while the national standard is set at 56.8%. Data review will be done by examining...

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Chronic Disease Management: Crucial Objectives Analysis

Executive Summary This project aims to collect relevant data related to chronic condition management. The topic of this project is chronic disease management and the problem is that Anthem has 85% of diabetes readmission rates while the national standard is set at 56.8%. Data review will be done by examining...

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The Impact of Chronic Disease Management

Introduction The proposed project deals with the issue of chronic disease management and strategies for approaching the problem that Anthem as an insurer can implement. The argument is that nearly a half of the United State’s population has at least one chronic condition and this element of care provision is...

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Mental Health Policy: System, Planning, and Medicaid Deal

Mental Health System A comprehensive mental health system should include facilities that receive patients with acute and chronic conditions as well as people of all ages, genders, and socioeconomic backgrounds. In the center of the framework, one may place the Maryland state hospital, which provides long-term services to all admitted...

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Healthcare Trends: Virtual Health and Opioid Crisis

Introduction Nowadays science and medicine are developing quickly, and new methods, ideas, and trends appear quite often. They are intended to meet the requirements and needs of the modern world. Remote medical care and solutions for the opioid epidemic in the USA belong to the most important issues. The purpose...

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Racial and Ethnic Minorities in the United States and Their Health Care Problems

Health care problem In the US, racial and ethnic minorities experience considerable disparities in health care services. According to Fiscella and Sanders (2016), ethnic minorities have limited access to preventative care, chronic disease control, hospitalization, obstetrician care, and behavioral healthcare. In particular, American Indian (AI) and Alaska Native (AN) people...

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Public Health Policy Modification and Its Impact

Introduction Obesity is an acute issue many individuals living in the United States have encountered. Currently, there are many policies aimed at minimizing the effects of this healthcare problem. The purpose of this paper is to analyze some of the obesity-related policies. The report addresses the prevalence of obesity within...

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Making Quality Care More Affordable in the United States

Introduction Affordability of quality care is fundamental for the functioning of any society. Concerns around access to healthcare in the United States are growing as the shortcomings of the system become more and more apparent to the public, care providers, and the authorities. There are a number of issues in...

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United States Health Care Delivery System

It is worth noting that several tasks were set for the U.S. healthcare system to improve public health. They include achieving an increase in life expectancy and a decrease in the overall mortality rate and specific goals for improving the system itself (Goldsteen, Goldsteen, & Goldsteen, 2017). In particular, it...

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Health Maintenance and Screening Plans

Preventive medicine is a practice aimed at reducing morbidity and mortality using disease screening and immunization. Even though all types of health insurance cover the majority of preventive services, a considerable part of the US population does not undergo scheduled preventive procedures. A study by DeVoe, Roberts, Davis, and Wallace-Brodeur...

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Electronic vs Cigarette Smoking: Comparative Study

Background Statement of the Problem Cigarette smoking is a harmful past time habit and addiction due to its adverse health effects. The health dangers of tobacco smoking include an increased risk of developing lung cancer, cardiovascular disease, pneumonia, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (Meo & Al Asiri, 2014). Current public...

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Hand Hygiene. How Germs Spread

The single best way to prevent the spread of illnesses such as the common cold is simple handwashing. Germs may get onto hands in many ways, such as after using a toilet, handling raw meat, touching various objects in public places, etc. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC], 2016)....

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Health Literacy Concern Among Healthcare Professionals

Health literacy is a growing concern among healthcare professionals, and the provided presentation helps to appreciate the importance of the subject. Indeed, in clinical practice, there are many barriers that care providers face in order to deliver high-quality, patient-centered care. According to the presentation, 36% of adult Americans are identified...

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Interprofessional Practice and Collaboration

The importance of interprofessional practice is hard to overstate in current conditions since it has been closely connected to improved patient outcomes. However, the role of nurse practitioners (NPs) in interdisciplinary teams remains unclear since it is perceived to be somewhere between a physician and a nurse. The present paper...

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Implementation of the Educational Program in Pregnant African American Women

Introduction The PICOT question on which the project is based is, “In pregnant African American women (P), will an educational program (I) compared to no education (C) increase the rate of breastfeeding (O) over three months (T)?” The essay will discuss the strengths and barriers to the successful implementation of...

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Big Data Management in Health Care

Introduction At the present, the healthcare system is facing many new challenges that require interdisciplinary solutions. It appears that without automating certain processes and making data-drive decisions, the system can stagger, depriving many people of medical help. As of now, the connectivity between health providers is insufficient, which leads to...

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Social Determinants of Community Health

Introduction Social determinants of health are various conditions that affect human well-being and that are not related to individual attributes of people. These factors are not the same for different countries and regions but are shaped by income distribution, access to health services and information, local and global politics, and...

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CLC Business Plan: The American Heart Association and Hypertension

The present paper is a Collaborative Learning Community Business Plan created for the American Heart Association and Hypertension (AHA). According to Topfer (2011), “Planning is one of the most important parts of running a business, no matter whether it is a large multinational corporation trying to plan an expansion or...

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E-Cigarettes/Vapes in Public

E-cigarettes gained prominence in 2003, and they have been marketed as an alternative means of quitting smoking. The current debate is on whether e-cigarettes should be allowed or banned in public spaces. With proponents and opponents of this topic taking hard stances based on their convictions, there is a need...

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Sexually Transmitted Infections in the United States

As infectious diseases are a significant concern in the United States, it is vital to enhance patients’ awareness of the significance of prevention and testing. This report presents a case study that features a female patient concerned about white vaginal discharge. The paper presents the primary diagnosis, as well as...

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Should Abortion Be Illegal?

Abortion signifies the intended termination of pregnancy before birth. It has resulted in divergent views with the pro-choice movement supporting abortion and pro-life activists criticizing it. The pro-choice movement affirms that pregnant women should be given a right to either bear a child or terminate its life before term (Sedgh...

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The Future of a Social Contract in Healthcare

The social contract between society and the healthcare industry is crucial for the overall health of the country population. Its features define not only particular processes of obtaining and providing medical treatment but determine relationships between patients and healthcare professionals. The level of trust and satisfaction of patients’ needs depends...

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Hypertension Prevalence in American Population

Introduction When implementing any research, it is essential to understand the peculiarities of data and different ways to manage information. Researchers should make sure their studies are based on the analysis of the appropriate sample; otherwise, the reliability of the findings can be doubtful. It is important to set clear...

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Hypertension and Health Advocacy for African Americans

Introduction Hypertension, as a disease more prevalent in African Americans, presents a serious public issue because current policies do not focus on the population from a culturally appropriate approach. The education of the population is based on accepted approaches that do not consider cultural specifics. The policy proposed in the...

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Health Promotion in the African American Community

Health Status: Comparison At present, the health status of the African American community members gives several reasons for concern, substance abuse, mental health issues, and chronic diseases being the core problems (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2018). For example, the rate of illegal substance abuse in African Americans made...

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Healthy People 2020-2030 Plan for the UAE

The Healthy People federal initiative has experienced moderate success in the United States by identifying and addressing various issues in public health that affect the population and health system. Healthcare has taken a leading spot in the UAE National Agenda for 2021, and there is an increased surge of health...

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Homelessness and Healthcare in the United States

In contemporary society, the heath of the nation if one of the major concerns as it impacts the functioning of fundamental institutions. The healthcare sector and government, as providers of interventions needed for people to recover, play a vital role in the new environment aimed at the promotion of the...

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The Role of Health Maintenance Organizations in Improving Health Care

Introduction Health maintenance organizations (HMOs) can be regarded as rather complex systems that include physicians, healthcare facilities or hospitals, and insurance companies. In the United States, these systems develop in the context of managed care practices, and individuals pay monthly fees in order to receive healthcare services (Toseef, Jensen, &...

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Socioeconomic Status of People in the United States and Access to Health Care

Adhering to the principles of social justice and the provision of human rights, the United States aspires to provide all individuals with affordable, accessible, and effective health care, irrespective of their social, economic, or racial status. Over the last decade, the United States has progressively taken measures, such as the...

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Cardiovascular Diseases in California

Cardiovascular diseases (CD) compose one of the most critical health concerns in the US, and California is not an exception. The search on the California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) website revealed that Hispanic and Latino populations of California are at a higher risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. In particular, 26...

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The Access to Health Care in United States

Adhering to the principles of social justice and the provision of human rights, the United States aspires to provide all individuals with affordable, accessible, and effective health care, irrespective of their social, economic, or racial status. Over the last decade, the United States has progressively taken measures, such as the...

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Application of Public Health Concepts for the Uninsured

Uninsured patients represent a target demographic of patients that do not have health coverage. The problem is high on the agenda because the United States is the only industrialized country that does not offer universal and all-encompassing health insurance to all people, and the coverage has been changing and deteriorating...

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Canadian Aboriginal Approaches to Health

Within the aboriginal Canadian population, there are many distinct cultural groups and nations. Inuit peoples, who are considered to be the “original inhabitants of the Arctic regions,” are one of them (National Collaborating Center for Aboriginal Health [NCCAH], 2013, p. 2). The total size of the given ethnic group is...

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Mental Health Policy in the United Kingdom

Introduction and Setting the Scene Mental health is among the most significant issues in healthcare in the United Kingdom. In accordance with the Parity of Esteem, a principle set by the NHS, mental health is to be valued to the same extent as the physical health of an individual (Panday...

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Alcoholics Anonymous Organization and Community Education

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international organization aimed at helping people with alcoholism overcome their addiction. It was established in the US in 1938, and since then expanded to include other countries across the world. To achieve their goal, they employ group meetings and a Twelve-Step Program. As a part...

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Hospital-Acquired Infections: Educational Video

Introduction Hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) include catheter-associated urinary tract infections, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections, surgical site infections, and gastrointestinal infections. The control of hospital-acquired pathogens causing these infections continues to be an unresolved issue for many US hospitals. HAIs are responsible for developing significant complications for patients, including increased length...

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TomoWork Launch Event for People with Disabilities

This essay is an analysis of the transcript of the TomoWork launch event that tries to extract information about people with disabilities (PWDs) and the various issues they face as they find jobs and adjust to various workplaces throughout their careers. It was written by a notetaker hired by TomoWork...

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HIV Prevention in African-American Women

Abstract African-American women constitute the most significant population exposed to HIV infection in the USA. They are about 20 times more likely to be HIV positive than white females of the same age range. AIDS as the outcome of the virus infection, as well as cervical cancer and other severe...

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Public Health & Safety: Evidence-Based Practice

Introduction Public safety is one of the foundational standards of managing citizens’ needs, yet it is quite difficult to attain due to the multiple factors that affect public safety negatively. Ranging from health issues to disasters, threats to public safety are often uncontrollable and unpredictable (Purnell, 2018). However, with the...

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Sentinel City’s Community Nursing and Health Factors

Demographics Assessment It is essential to start with demographic information analysis to provide a basis for a successful community needs assessment. The population of Sentinel City is 663,862 people whose ages vary from individuals under 5 years constituting 7.4%, under 18 years – 21.7%, and 65 years and older –...

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Sentinel City’s Community Nursing

Demographics Assessment The total population of Sentinel City is 663,862. Broken down by age, persons under 5 years of age consist of 7.4% of the population, under 18 is 21.7%, and persons 65 and older comprise 10.5%. Racial distribution includes 80.6%, 31.5% Hispanic, 10.4% black, 3.7% Asian, 2% American Indian...

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Smoking in Public Places Should Be Banned

Introduction Does smoking in public places affect the population’s health? Do smokers endanger those who do not smoke in any way? The answer for both of these questions is positive, as even passive smoking is harmful to individuals’ well-being. Tobacco use in public areas can lead to poor health outcomes...

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Australian Indigenous People’s Healthcare Access

Introduction The indigenous medical system in Australia encounters significant obstacles in several areas of service. The issues related to quality and access to health care facilities are the focus of current academic research in the field. The problems of inequity in access and overall service seem to have the most...

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Social Determinants of Health in the United States

The cost of medical care per person in the US has increased tremendously despite the continued deterioration of the overall population health. The prevalence of chronic diseases in the United States keeps on rising, with about 60% of the population currently having one or more of such conditions. About 66%...

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Obesity: Dietary and Physical Activity Habits

The increased level of comfort peculiar to modern society can be dangerous for people. There are already some signs of the gradual deterioration of the situation. The use of technologies along with the digitalization of the environment preconditioned the lack of physical activity needed for people to remain in good...

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Homeless People and African Americans’ Health Issues

I would like to identify some additional challenges associated with the health issues of the homeless people. Those who belong to this vulnerable population face many health problems as well as the difficulties in accessing healthcare facilities (Edidin, Ganim, Hunter, & Karnik, 2012). Health issues of this population include sexually...

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Education and Population Health in the USA

Proposal The topic I would like to focus on in my final project is education and population health in the USA. Namely, I would like to explore benefits education makes on health outcomes and potential disadvantages that occur in the absence of the latter. Education is critical to population health...

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Adolescents’ Health in the World’s Report for 2012

Introduction Health is important for the general happiness of human beings. Social problems affect the health of individuals. This paper aims to discuss the health of adolescents in the world with reference to the health report interview by ABC National in 2012. Adolescent health faces various social problems that affect...

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Ebola Cure in Kenya: Stakeholders’ Viewpoints

The promotion of a new program requires many changes and certain evaluations. Cooperation with different people plays an important role in our work. At this moment, the opinions of several groups of people matter to the potential progress of our company. Lobbyists Lobbyists are activists whose role is to influence...

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Nutrition, Exercise, Stress Management Intervention

Nutrition and exercise counseling for an economically vulnerable client will be addressed from the perspective of accessibility. Because such patients may be limited in their access to multiple resources to sustain healthy nutrition, several food assistance programs are advised. For instance, the patient will be referred to get the support...

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Secondhand Smoking in Public Places

Introduction “Smoke-free legislation, which prohibits smoking in certain settings, reduces exposure of nonsmokers to secondhand smoke and creates an environment that helps smokers to cut down or quit smoking” (Bhat et al., 2015, p. 87). The above quote by Bhat et al. (2015) reveals the extent of harm caused to...

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Ebola Awareness Campaign’s Funding in Sierra Leone

Partnerships and Advocacy Potential Partners The success of the Ebola awareness campaign in Sierra Leone partly depends on gaining the support of major partners. One private partner that would be useful in the campaign would be community leaders. Alternatively, the Sierra Leone government is a public partner that would be...

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Socioeconomic Status & Healthcare Access in the US

Adhering to the principles of social justice and provision of human rights, the United States aspires to provide all individuals with affordable, accessible, and effective health care, irrespective of their social, economic, or racial status. Over the last decade, the United States has progressively taken measures, such as the Affordable...

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Childhood Obesity and Educational Interventions

Introduction Childhood obesity is among the most impactful and complex healthcare issues, the adverse effect of which grows with each year. In the case of obesity management, education is an instrumental tool for informing patients diagnosed with the condition on the most appropriate treatment options, which predominantly include positive lifestyle...

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Asthma Risks Among Californian African Immigrants

Abstract The purpose of this study is to examine the risk factors predicting asthma among adult African immigrants in California. The research problem is founded on the failure of many health studies to include African immigrants as a minority group in health studies that investigate the relationship between risk factors...

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The Choice of Healthcare in America and India

The choice of Healthcare in America The author wrote about the managed care program and its relationship with network restrictions (Emanuel par. 2). The author attempted to explain the two types of networks available to Americans under managed care. Americans, in general, seem to be highly divided along affordability lines...

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Caffeine – Helpful or Harmful?

The three videos are united by a common thread: energy drinks are detrimental to children’s health (ABC, 2011; ABC, n.d.a; ABC, n.d.b). It has to do with the fact that unlike a 12-ounce serving of Pepsi or Coca-Cola that on average contains 36 milligrams of caffeine, a can of energy...

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E-Cigarettes and Safer Smoking

For many years, the quest for ‘safer cigarettes’ has been of interest to both companies producing tobacco products and their consumers. The development of e-cigarettes is a step in the right direction because even though ‘safer’ does not necessarily meansafe,’ it stands to reason that products with lower neuropharmacological activity...

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Health and Fitness Centers for People with Disabilities

I am writing to draw your attention to the problem of health and fitness centers accessibility for individuals with disabilities. I would like you to pay particular attention to the problem and provide people with disabilities with equal access to health and fitness centers. I am deeply concerned about the...

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CDC and Healthcare: Disaster Management Lessons

What is the role of CDC in detection, diagnosis, and mitigation of illness and injury caused by biological and chemical terrorism? Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) plays a major role in cases of large emergencies related to epidemics and chemical weapon attacks. Among the key roles of the...

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Smoking in Public Places Should it Be Allowed?

Smoking is an expensive habit to maintain. It is not just about the cost involved in purchasing a pack of cigarettes but the overall impact on the life of a smoker. Instead of saving money used on maintaining a smoking habit, the money can be put into good use. But...

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Ebola Awareness Campaign in Various Settings

Program Implementation in Health Care and Community How to Implement Public Health Program in Health Care Setting for Scenario 1 The public health program would be implemented in the health care setting by providing parents with brochures and pamphlets about Malaria. These materials could also contain information about the epidemiology...

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Positive Deviance Applied for Healthcare Equality

Introduction PDI (2017) says positive deviance is based on the assumption that “in every community, there are certain individuals or groups whose uncommon behaviors and strategies enable them to find better solutions to problems than their peers while having access to the same resources and facing similar or worse challenges”...

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Socioeconomic Status and Healthcare Access in Americans

Adhering to the principles of social justice and provision of human rights, the United States aspires to provide all individuals with affordable, accessible, and effective health care, irrespective of their social, economic, or racial status. Over the last decade, the United States has progressively taken measures, such as the Affordable...

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Global Health: Problems and Its Solutions

Describe how cultural practices can promote good physical and mental health, as well as how they can discourage good physical and mental health. Provide an example for each. List a cultural practice that you grew up with or that you believe in strongly that is a health benefit. Please remember...

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Ebola Awareness in Sierra Leone: Social Marketing Plan

Target Population The target population for the Ebola awareness campaign is the residents of Sierra Leone. This target population includes all demographic groups in Sierra Leone because the prevention of Ebola needs everybody’s involvement. Social Marketing Plan Aim The aim of the social marketing plan for the proposed public health...

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Using Process Maps for Quality Assessment and Improvement

Process maps have been used in different fields to understand or illustrate organizational processes or activities as they occur (NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement, 2010). In the healthcare sector, they have been used to provide insights into systems and processes associated with service provision (NHS Institute for Innovation and...

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Health Program Tools and Their Applications

Programming Tools Description of the Logic Model and the Reasons for Its Selection According to Allmark, Baxter, Goyder, Guillaume, and Crofton-Martin (2013), the logic model is a visual depiction of the relationships between different resources needed to implement a successful health program. The model also outlines the planned activities and...

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Spirituality and Prison Health Care

According to Dossey and Keegan (2013), “healing involves physical, mental, social and spiritual processes of recovery, repair, renewal and transformation” (p. 60). Dr. Donald Moss implies that the science-based inquiries of the convergence between spirituality and providing health care are not predominantly innovative, quoting the study of scientist Francis Galton...

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Improvement Science Models to Promote Quality and Safety

Model Evaluation Improvement science models are often used to enhance quality and safety standards in healthcare settings (Ernst et al., 2010). Particularly, they are designed to integrate evidence-based improvement practices in service delivery processes through improvements in patient safety and service quality (Ernst et al., 2010). In this assignment, two...

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HIV/AIDS Spreading Factors in Africa

Introduction HIV/AIDS prevention in Africa has been a matter of intense debate throughout decades. Admittedly, various social and cultural issues contribute to the spread of the infection in the region. Therefore, cultural settings should be taken into account while developing prevention programs. Pen-3 Model within the dimension of cultural empowerment...

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Obesity in Childhood and Its Long-Life Impacts

Abstract It would not be wrong to claim that obesity starts from the cradle, follows the child through various growth phases, and may lead to many health complications in adulthood. Children must be provided with appropriate help to avoid health problems that may result due to overweight unconsciousness. This help...

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Patient Satisfaction in Abu Dhabi Public Hospitals

Introduction In today’s competitive business scenario, it has become critical for organisations to give priority to customer service and satisfaction. Such priority is more crucial for the service industry such as health care. Due to increasing competition, private sector companies engaged in health care are forced to prioritise customer service....

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Racial and Cultural Inequities in Health

Background of the problem “Overwhelming facts reveal that racial and cultural minority groups are more likely to receive poorer quality health care than white Americans, even when factors such as insurance status are controlled” (American College of Physicians 2010). As the country’s population continues to grow and diversify, the health...

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Social and Behavioral Theory in Public Health

According to the Health Belief Model (HBM), what is the Decision-Making Process that a Person goes Through before Taking a Health-Related Action? The Health Belief Model (herein referred to as HBM) is used to explain the behavior of patients with regard to accepting or rejecting preventive healthcare or adopting healthy...

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Master’s Degree and Knowledge in Public Health

To succeed in the field of public health medicine, one needs to master a variety of skills and competencies. Particularly, the foundational abilities outlined by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) are crucial for the future public health nurses. The present paper aims to perform the self-assessment and...

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HIV Prevention Campaign and Policy Development

Abstract The final paper covers the main activities and functions that were integrated by the public health professional while working on the HIV prevention campaign. The target population selected for the project was young adults in Chicago, Illinois. The reason for choosing that group was that is included some of...

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Public Healthcare Employee Competencies Regulation

Any healthcare employee needs to adhere to a variety of regulations. Public health professionals have many competencies to follow in case they wish to be considered high-skilled and responsible. The present paper aims at self-evaluating and discussing the skills, knowledge, and abilities across the foundational competencies set up by the...

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HIV Prevention Through Public Health Campaign

The selected public health issue serving as the basis for the intended final capstone project is HIV prevention. The target group is composed of young adults from Chicago, Illinois. The problem is closely related to the paper because it will help to develop and introduce a public health campaign, which...

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