Following the contents section 1 book "English for nursing and health care", section 2 presents the following contents: Unit 3 - The human body inside and out, unit 4 - Diet and nutrition. Invite you to refer to the disclosures.
The world today is changing at a tremendous speed; advances in technology
and communication and changes in the political, economic, demographic
and social changes, all touch our lives. These changes also impact on health
care provision, and the delivery of health services. The aim of this book is to
empower would – be leaders of nursing and allied health professions to be
effective. Leadership in health care is a high priority in the UK and, at the
time of writing, is top of the list for the National Health Service Federation.
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The chapters to follow have been written as a textbook in health care management
and policy. The book may serve as an introduction to problems and issues in U.S.
health care for people entering related professional fi elds. It is also intended for use by
people already experienced in a particular aspect of management or policy for attaining
perspective on the system as a whole. The book will have value far beyond the
classroom. Every day, large numbers of Americans become newly interested in health
care management and policy for a variety of reasons.
This book by Graham Thornicroft and Michele Tansella has a very clear objective:
how better care could achieve better outcomes for people suffering from mental
disorders. The preoccupation of the book is to derive bettermental health care from
the best ethical, evidence-based and experience-based practices available. These two
propositions, improving outcomes and framing interventions upon ethics, evidence
and experience, are so clearly defined by the authors that this book represents a
challenge to psychiatrists who sometimes forget the key link between ‘treatment’
As nations seek to strengthen their health systems, they are increasingly looking to primary health care (PHC) to provide a clear and comprehensive sense of direction. The World Health Report 2008 analyzes how primary health care reforms, that embody the principles of universal access, equity and social justice, are an essential
The charge to the Committee on Crossing the Quality Chasm: Adaptation
to Mental Health and Addictive Disorders was broad, encompassing
health care for both mental and substance-use conditions, the public and
private sectors, and the comprehensive range of issues addressed in the 2001
Institute of Medicine report Crossing the Quality Chasm: A New Health
System for the 21st Century. The committee was pleased to be asked to
address this breadth of issues.
Professional ethics is now acknowledged as a field of study in its own
right. Much of its recent development has resulted from rethinking
traditional medical ethics in the light of new moral problems arising
out of advances in medical science and technology. Applied
philosophers, ethicists and lawyers have devoted considerable energy
to exploring the dilemmas emerging from modern health care practices
and their effects on the practitioner-relationship.
Study objectives: to describe and analyze the needs, supply and utilization status of health care services to Dao women on cultural, ethnic and social aspects in some communes in Bach Thong district, Bac Kan province.
The foundation of human health rests on healthy, stable ecosystems. Our biotic
environment provides us with the fundamentals necessary for healthy lives—food,
water, oxygen, warmth, light, and fuel. Earth's ecosystems also supply the raw
materials for our health-care services. The global fraying of ecosystems has grave
implications for our health and our ability to treat illnesses, now and in the future.
We see this work as an opportunity to break new ground. In Health Care
Communication Using Personality Type we combine a well-researched and
respected framework for understanding normal differences in people with
the practical need for interacting success-fully with patients and others in
a health care setting.
Our backgrounds and interests dovetail in this practical collaboration.
Brock’s background is as an organizational psychologist, bringing applied
psychology and its tools to management and organizational development....
The challenges facing the U.S. military at home and abroad have highlighted the need for officers, including health care officers, who are educated and trained in joint matters and prepared to take on the new roles and responsibilities demanded by the current environment. This research, part of a larger project examining the
Lecture Issues in economics today - Chapter 20: Health care. The main contents of this chapter include all of the following: Where the money goes and where it comes from, insurance in the U.S., economic models of health care, comparing the U.S. with the rest of the world.
After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Convey important facts about rising health care costs in the United States, relate the economic implications of rising health care costs, discuss the problem of limited access to health care for those without insurance, list the demand and supply factors explaining rising health care costs, summarize the goals of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the major changes that it institutes.
This chapter provides a brief overview of the history of
women’s health and the array of factors that have played
a central role in shaping it. First, it presents a background
describing gender-based disparities in health care. It then
discusses the cultural context in which women have
been perceived by society, their representation in the
health care workforce, and the development of the medical
specialty of obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN), as
well as social, economic, and political forces that have
shaped the medical care provided to women....
Acknowledging the tremendous changes in the health care system, this book offers a current and fresh perspective on nursing in the 21st century. A departure from the "medical model", its emphasis on client education, shifting delivery of care, and a collaborative approach fosters a practical view of the challenges the student will encounter in the workplace. Core content areas are covered in detail, including pathophysiology, normal and high-risk pregnancy, and women's health across the life-span.
The state of the national economy has a profound effect on career interests and the choices
of prospective job seekers. This is reflected in part by the variation in the number of people
seeking admission to vocational schools, colleges, universities, and professional schools at
different periods in time. The variable economic cycle also influences, to some extent, those
considering health-care careers. Nevertheless, the aging population has greatly increased
the demand for professionals and paraprofessionals in the health-care field.