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Inter-Professional Education, Working and Learning
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: What do you understand by the terms inter professional education (IPE), inter professional working (IPW) and enquiry based learning (EBL)? Discuss the potential benefits and difficulties associated w...

Challenges to Sexual Health Care in Today's Society
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Meeting the sexual health demands facing young people in today’s society   The issue of sexual health in adolescent people is a vast topic with an associated vast literature on the subject. In...

Ferropenic Anaemias as a Problem of Public Health
11th Feb 2020
Introduction:   There are several levels of consideration when analysing the problem of the ferropenic anaemias. Firstly there is the overall prevalence in the population, which is quite low in the UK when compar...

Strategies to Control Exposure to Harmful Substances
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Control of exposure to substances harmful to health by the UK government was first implemented during the late 19th century (Piney 2001). Today, Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) asse...

Health Promotion Strategies for Smoking Cessation
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Drawing on appropriate literature, provide a critical analysis of the application of health promotion philosophies, principles and approaches underpinning public health practice in relation to a rele...

Challenges to Infection Control of Hep C, B and HIV
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Infection control and cross contamination prevention are imperative to ensuring high quality patient care and quality of life for all patients. In the hemodialysis clinics and hospital units where pa...

Health Risks of Weight Gain and Obesity
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: This essay will analyse some of the main health risks posed by weight gain and obesity such as the risk of developing chronic heart disease, diabetes and cancer. It will also discuss some of the fact...

Health and Nutrition of Developing Nations
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Timothy Lee   It may seem as an overwhelming task when attempting to understand the factors that are related to the health and nutrition of many, if not all, of the developing nations around the w...

Health Status Indicators for Populations in New Zealand
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Amy A. Bulseco Identify four current health status indicators for three diverse groups from national and international perspective. New Zealand Children One of the target groups of the Ministry ...

Smoking as a Public Health Issue
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: It is now a matter of common public acceptance that smoking causes ill health. This statement can be backed up by huge amounts of authoritative literature (Dobson et al 1999) (Smoking Kills 1998) (Ch...

Benefits of Patient Representatives and Advocates
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: What are patient representatives and advocates, and in what ways do they benefit patients?   There has been an arguable change within the working practices of the healthcare systems in the UK (and e...

Sensoneural Hearing Loss: Features of Patients
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Permanent unilateral and bilateral assymetrical sensorineural hearing loss: Clinical, vestibular, audiological and radiological evaluation. Abstract The aim of this study was to evaluate the clinical...

Harmful Effects of Mobile Phones on the Body
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: MOBILE PHONE HARMNESS ON HUMAN BODY Abstract:- Mobile Phone usage has been rapidly spread globally and to provide proper coverage (signal strength), numbers of cell towers are also increasing worldw...

A Rare Case of Ehler-Danlos Syndrome
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: A RARE CASE OF EHLER-DANLOS SYNDROME WITH LITERATURE REVIEW ABSTRACT The Ehlers-Danlos syndrome comprises of a group of generalized connective tissue disorders which is characterized by fragile skin,...

Health Management Plan for Smoker with Heart Disease
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Introduction Cigarette smoking is still the leading cause of preventable death in the developed world. In the UK it is estimated to cause serious illness in 4.5 million people and kills about 300,000...

Portrayals and Presentation of Cancer in Cinema
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: INTRODUCTION Through years, many movies have been released for public viewing regarding cancers of all types. Depictions might include the nature of cancers, patients’ response, care-givers’ resp...

Media Effects on Teenage Drinking
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: JOE: A Teenager’s Struggle Stephanie Mikalatos Schools, government programs and parents working harder and harder to educate children, to “just say no” (Levinthal 387) [i] to drugs....

Dental Anxiety in Dental and Non-Dental Students
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Dental Anxiety in Dental and Non-Dental Students Abstract- Objective: To compare levels of dental anxiety in dental and non-dental students and then relate it with degree of knowledge about dental tr...

Overview of Disease Diagnoses Processes
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Alejandra Medinilla TASK 1 The aim of this work is to cover the whole process of disease diagnoses. In medicine, exist different ways to classify diseases as well as different test and procedures t...

Types of Grafts in Dentistry
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: TYPES OF GRAFTS: Osseointegrated implants can be combined with the following types of graft: inlay, saddle, veneer, onlay (partial or full arch), and maxillary sinus grafts. (Triplett & Schow,...