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To What Extent do Western Concepts of Ill-Health Limit Policies and Projects Aimed at Improving the Health of Those in the Developing World

| February 6, 2017

Executive Summary Current health policies on malnutrition and HIV infection are focused in achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) of the United Nations.

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Managing Human Resources in Health and Social Care

| January 20, 2017

1. Introduction Human Resource Management (HRM) is the function within an organisation that focuses on the recruitment of, management and providing direction for the people who work in the organisation.

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The role of footwear and foot characteristics in reducing falls in older people

| November 7, 2016

Study Objective The role of footwear and foot characteristics has been extensively studied in older people to understand how these factors interact to induce falls, and further to endeavour to reduce fall as this has been classified as one of the more prevalent means of injury in older adults. Studies often focus on the interactions […]

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“Health is ultimately the responsibility of the individual”: To what extent is this view point correct?

| January 25, 2013

Abstract This essay will address the degree to which the viewpoint that health is ultimately the responsibility of the individual is correct and sound. It will touch on both sides of the argument highlighting that although health problems associated with poor lifestyle choices such as an unhealthy diet or lack of physical exercise have taken […]

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Health assessment is an evaluation of the health status of an individual by performing a physical examination after obtaining a health history.

| December 22, 2012

Introduction Health assessment is an evaluation of the health status of an individual by performing a physical examination after obtaining a health history. (Mosby’s Medical Dictionary, 2009) At the followings, I choose abdomen case in health assessment to apply on a client I had been caring in my past clinical practice. To diagnose, monitor, and […]

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Physical Examination & Health Assessment in a Rheumatoid Arthritis Patient

| December 21, 2012

Introduction Physical examination and health assessment are major components when you first meet your patient every time he or she admitted.  They are important in the aid of collecting patient’s data, designing care plans, giving treatments, and evaluating the outcomes.

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The importance of health assessment in understanding patients

| December 19, 2012

Introduction As stated by Weilitz & Potter (2007), “Health assessment is the process of gathering, verifying, analyzing, and communicating data about a patient.” (p. 5). This sentence shows that health assessment is essential for fully understanding the situation of a patient.

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Promoting the Right to health in Kenya

| December 17, 2012

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1. Background to the study The Constitution of the Republic of Kenya provides for one’s right to health. It states that every person has the right to the highest attainable standard of health, which includes the right to health care services including reproductive health care.

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Health tourism and its impacts on host nation and hospitality industry

Health tourism and its impacts on host nation and hospitality industry

| December 12, 2012

  Introduction Growing demand for health services is a global phenomenon, linked to economic development that generates rising incomes and education. Demographic change,

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What is meant by the term “balanced diet”?

| December 11, 2012

Introduction The dictionary definition says a diet is what someone uses if they want to lose weight. Nutritionist’s think otherwise because to us a balanced diet is what we need for the body to work perfectly and properly. We therefore need to eat the correct amount of Proteins, Carbohydrates, fats, minerals, and vitamins. Food also […]

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What is the relationship between personality and health?

| December 11, 2012

  Introduction In order to evaluate the research conducted by Friedman and Rosenman, it is important to understand the relationship between personality and health.  In a study of health and illness by Bury (2005), health is an incredible riddle and hard to define but simple to spot.  However, in management of health promotion and developing […]

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Address a health and social care policy that you believe to have produced transformational change in the delivery of service to patients or clients?

| November 27, 2012

Introduction The Choosing Health (DoH 2004) new approach to public health backed by the public will deliver a sustained improvement to the health of the people of England. It will do so by responding to people’s concerns about their health with practical support on their own terms and by providing an environment needed to make […]

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Critically analyse and apply the theory underpinning one intervention with a dually diagnosed client. Contrasting this intervention with other techniques.

| November 24, 2012

Introduction Dual diagnosis has been described as one of the most significant problems facing the health services (Phillips et al 2010). The term was first used in America in the 1980s and in its most basic elements describes someone who has a combination of a mental illness and substance misuse problem.  Dually diagnosed patients are […]

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Health, Safety & Environmental Management.

Health, Safety & Environmental Management.

| November 16, 2012

1.0 INTRODUCTION: We are living in an era described as an environmentally conscious age, where every deed acted by humans in terms of development, the effect is being weighed in relation to our environment. Consequently this has prompted a substantial number of environmental regulations being endorsed to hold business organizations more accountable for their environmental […]

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“Health is ultimately the responsibility of the individual”: to what extent is this viewpoint correct?

“Health is ultimately the responsibility of the individual”: to what extent is this viewpoint correct?

| November 13, 2012

The essay discusses whether health is ultimately the responsibility of the individual. The essay looks at the problems that health care systems face, in terms of needing to ration scarce resources, and then moves on to look at arguments for an individual vs. societal responsibilities for health. Aristotle’s principle of justice is then applied to […]

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What, in your opinion, are the causes of the obesity ‘epidemic’ in the UK?

What, in your opinion, are the causes of the obesity ‘epidemic’ in the UK?

| November 13, 2012

The NHS defines obesity as a condition in which a patient’s BMI (Body Mass Index) is calculated to be over 30. In the last three decades obesity in the UK has reached epidemic proportions, rising from under 8% of the population in 1980, to 25% in 2012. The cause of the condition is understood to […]

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Is lactate an undiscovered pneumococcal virulence factor?

Is lactate an undiscovered pneumococcal virulence factor?

| November 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

Abstract Streptococcus pneumoniae is Gram-positive alpha haemolytic bacteria that commonly found in the nosphrynax of elderly people and young children, it causes approximately 2 million deaths mostly children under age of 5 year and people over 60 years of age. Most important diseases caused by S. pneumoniae are including pneumonaie, meningitis and bacteraemia. The pathogens […]

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Dissertation Topics on Oil and Gas Health and Safety

Dissertation Topics on Oil and Gas Health and Safety

| October 24, 2012 | 2 Comments

WRITEPASS – CUSTOM ESSAY WRITING – DISSERATION TOPIC EXAMPLES The following topics are suggestions for students looking to write specifically about Health and Safety in the Oil and Gas industry. If you’re interested in Oil and Gas management in general, then you’d be interested in reading Oil and Gas Management Dissertation Topics.

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Dissertation Guide on HIV/AIDS Micro-Insurance in Africa

Dissertation Guide on HIV/AIDS Micro-Insurance in Africa

| October 20, 2012 | 1 Comment

Subject – International Development Topic – Success and Failure of HIV/AIDS Micro-insurance in sub-Saharan Africa Abstract: The purpose of this dissertation is to outline the advantages and disadvantages of micro-insurance for HIV/AIDS afflicted societies in sub-Saharan and Southeast Africa. The introduction of micro-insurance products for the mitigation of HIV/AIDS and for the assistance of the […]

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Dissertation Guide on Proteomic Data Analysis and Migraine Attacks

Dissertation Guide on Proteomic Data Analysis and Migraine Attacks

| October 14, 2012 | 1 Comment

The following article is a mini dissertation proposal written on the effects and causes of migraine. You may use this in idea generation of a related dissertation on proteomic data analysis and migraine attacks.

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