Health Essay Topics

Self medication

ABSTRACT This paper sketches the self-medication situation in the developing countries. From a biomedical view-point the risks that are involved in developing countries are reportedly higher than in industrialized countries. This can be related to the fact that in many developing countries prescription drugs are freely available over the counter. Drug regulations are limited or… View Article

Contemporary Issue in Health and Social Care

Introduction Social media has played and has been playing a crucial role in the development of health and social care in United Kingdom (UK). Since the emerge of the health and social care sector, social media has been performing a tremendous role as the health and social care is becoming an industry and without this… View Article

Prison Healthcare

In researching healthcare in the prison system there seemed to be a definite difference in the type of regulated health care being given or even offered to prisoners. Prisons have state and federal laws that they must abide by in delivering health care services to their inmates. Therefore this paper will discuss the Federal Bureau… View Article

The Unhealthy Hospital Case Study

For a healthcare set up it is very much important to maintain the financial system in balance so that the customers and the stakeholder’s interests are well attended. In a customers point of view one looks for the best service and the results possible from a hospital and on the other hand the stakeholders look… View Article

Health Promotion

The World Health Organization(WHO) defines health promotion as “the process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve, their health. To reach a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, an individual or group must be able to identify and to realize aspirations, to satisfy needs, and to change or cope with… View Article

Benefit to Home Country

A relatively small number of disease and conditions account for a large share of health burden, and most of them can be prevented and treated with low cost interventions. However Maldives have a shortage of physicians, nursed and allied health workers, and much of the population lives a significant distance from a tertiary health care… View Article

Service provisions

1.1 – identify the range of service provision for health and social care (adults and children and young people) early years and childcare in own local area. Doctors Surgeries, offer a wide range of services to the public. Blood tests, medication for minor injuries, different types of vaccinations for example, flu vaccinations. They can also… View Article

Concept Essay – Importance of Eating Healthy

Concept Essay – Importance of Eating Healthy When thinking of the concept of “eating right” many people think it simply means consuming tasteless foods and useless fruits and vegetables. But eating healthy is much more than that. Eating healthy means more than consuming the recommended fruits and vegetables, but it also means having a balanced… View Article

Watson’s Theory of Human Caring

Watson’s Theory of Human Caring Background and major concepts of Watson’s Theory of Human Caring Dr. Jean Watson is considered a theorist, a philosopher, and a healer. She directed her life works to the science of human caring and proposed a new and innovative approach to the nurse-patient interaction. Dr. Watson resumed her life career… View Article

Community Diagnosis

CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION A community is a group of organisms or populations living and interacting with one another in a particular environment. People with common agenda, interest, or cause, who collaborate by sharing ideas, informaton, and other resources. In communty health nursing, community is the client who needs promotion and preservation of the health of… View Article

Community health nurses

How can community health nurses apply the strategies of cultural competence to their practice? A nurse can be a part of helping a patient’s cultural preservation in their practice. For example, some people in the Jamaican culture hold nine-day wakes for deceased persons. The wake is a time for respecting and honoring the departed soul…. View Article

Jean Watson

The purpose of this paper is to explain the association of nurse/ patient interaction in the concept of Watson’s theory. I will explore the transpersonal caring in relation to caring factors. Analyzing major theory assumptions related to person, health nursing and environment in the context of the caring moment. Caring theory will be displayed in… View Article

Social Determinants of Health

Sociocultural perspective of health tells us stories of social contexts worldwide. From the developed countries to the developing countries, one can see that health status for this country can be very different from the other. The poor with low or no income often has more health problems than the rich with better income (Kawachi, Adler… View Article

Healthy Lifestyle

The Role and Issues that arise of the GetFitCrossFit Organization among adults in Brunei. Health, a fortune I wish upon every woman or man I see for without it she or he will not be able to explore the seas. Although the ideal concept would be for everyone to live a healthy lifestyle, the world… View Article

Developing a Coordinated School Health Approach to Child Obesity Prevention

Introduction Obesity is now become an epidemic among school going young adolescence in developed countries. The prevalence rate of childhood obesity is considerably high in developed countries. Similarly, prevalence rate of obesity is increasing in developing countries too (James 2004). It is estimated that there are 250 million adult obese people live worldwide (Seidell 1999)…. View Article