Create a presentation of 10- to 12-slides in Microsoft PowerPoint that addresses any one of the following topics of Healthy People 2020. Explain how it benefits the individual and the community. Please select any one topic from the given list: Access to health services Educational and community based programs Environmental health Maternal, infant and child health Mental health and mental disorders Older adults Note: The title slide and reference slide will be in addition to the twelve slides required. You are asked to deliver a twenty minute keynote address to an audience consisting of health care, managed care, and government […]
Give two examples of care interventions to manage pain and provide comfort, other than medication. Give two examples of how you would monitor the effectiveness of pain and comfort strategies. Identify two support strategies that families and/or carers require when dealing with a life-threatening illness Identify two common responses to the emotional impact of diagnosis of a life-threatening or life-limiting illness Describe how you would respect cultural beliefs for the person with a life-threatening or life-limiting illness. Give one example to support your answer. Give two ways you can maintain the dignity of a person after death has occurred.
According to the common wealth fun, since the ACA’s enactment in 2010, the U.S. economy has actually gained closed to 14 million private jobs sector and all has been full time work. There are 5 million more people working now than during the peak level prior to the recession. Then recent annual gains have been faster than in any year since the 1991’s. A number of ACA reforms, particularly related to Medicare, have likely contributed to the slowdown in healthcare spending growth by tightening provider payment rates and introducing incentives to reduce excess costs. The accrued savings in health care […]
In a Word document, please answer the questions below with short responses (3 – 5 sentences for each question): How have the roles of local boards of health changed over the past century? What would be the most useful roles for such boards today? Which factors determine the optimum size for a coalition? Which factors limit our ability to use the extensive amount of data and information that is currently available? How can these obstacles be overcome?
How College Health Centers Help Students Succeed https://www.forbes.com/sites/collegeprose/2013/09/23/how-college-health-centers-help-students-succeed/#750a461f184b Analyze the websites using the questions listed below The following are questions for you to answer in assessing the value of each of the three websites: 1. Who sponsors the site, and what is their mission? (Look in “About Us” which most sites have.) 2. Content: Is it reputable, accurate, current, and interesting? 3. What are the political views, if any, of the sponsoring organization? Does the sponsoring organization advocate for any policy? 4. To what extent does the website distinguish between facts and opinions? (Do the articles identify studies or research […]
QUESTION 1 The Roma-Gypsies (The crossroads of culture and health among the Roma (Gypsies)): have known common health risk factors such as smoking and inbreeding consist of fewer than 1 million members in the United States originated in Romania believe that thin people have good luck and health QUESTION 2 Americans do not believe in folk medicine. True False QUESTION 3 Cultural competency in health services is essential because: of the rapidly increasing immigrant population in America the degree to which disparity exists in health outcomes for minority populations in America lack of cultural competency will ultimately increase […]