Health Dissertations

Search to find a specific health dissertation.

Back to Dissertations Index

Vitamin D Calcium

Vitamin D, also termed calciferol, is a fat-soluble secosteroid compound that is an essential regulatory factor for calcium and phosphate metabolism in humans and animals. Its biological functions ...

Click here to read more

A Myth Or A Reality

Health carers working in Malta are expected to work towards a patient-centred care and to communicate and collaborate in multidisciplinary teams even if they lack sufficient basic knowledge on the role of every team member. Sacco (2008) stated that there has to be effective team-working, communication and collaboration between professions for patients and their allied care to improve. ...

Click here to read more

Yogurt

Yogurt is a dairy product formed by the fermentation of milk from the action of two live bacteria; lactobacillus bulgaricus and streptococcus thermophilus. ...

Click here to read more

Study On Medical Brain Drain

The loss of human capital from developing countries to developed countries is not a new phenomenon. ...

Click here to read more

Political Economy To Address Physicians

Human resources are central to all public health systems and a considerable share (42% of government share on health expenditure worldwide - WHO report 2006) of resources allocated to public health goes towards them (Public health workforce: challenges and policy issues; Robert Beaglehole and Mario R Dal Poz). ...

Click here to read more

Handbook For Health Fitness

Purpose of this handbook is to guide our management and reviews of projects in developing software management system for our client Health Fitness. ...

Click here to read more

Innate Immunity

Innate immunity is the ancient defence system against infection that is conserved in most of organisms including prokaryotes and invertebrates throughout evolution. Among the cells that participate in the early innate immune response, natural killer (NK) cells occupies special positions, not only owing to its unique cytotoxic ability but its role between the innate and adaptive immunity put it to the high level of interest. ...

Click here to read more

Consent Treatment Patients

In modern society, everyone has the basic right to consent to medical treatment. However, this is a recent development as consent was not always considered a critical issue in medical treatment. ...

Click here to read more

Homosexual People And Hiv

It is esteemed that over thirty three million people in the world are living with HIV/AIDS, (WHO, 2009). ...

Click here to read more

Muscular Strength

Muscular strength is a physiological characteristic thought to facilitate sprint performance, mainly due to the increased ability of the muscle to generate muscular contraction during short-term high intensity activity (Baechle and Earle, 2008). ...

Click here to read more

Business And Financial Performance Of Wyeth Pharmacy

After giving a lot of consideration to the topics available I finally went for topic number 8. ...

Click here to read more

Glaucoma Eye Blindness

Glaucomas are a group of diseases which have the potential of causing damage to the ...

Click here to read more

Smoking The Heart Breaker

Medical innovations and rapidly evolving technology has led to a decrease in the rate of mortality from diseases. ...

Click here to read more

Simulation

All respiratory therapists are trained to manage the airway of an unconscious patient. Endotracheal intubation is the most effective method of securing the airway but is a complex psychomotor skill requiring much practice. ...

Click here to read more

The World Today

Plant medicines are the most widely used medicines in the world today. ...

Click here to read more

Cancer Is Complex Lethal Desease

Cancer is a complex lethal disease that is only now being understood on the molecular level. Primarily due to the variety and complexity of tumors, cancer treatment has previously been approached only through direct therapies aimed at blocking proliferation or inducing apoptosis of any rapidly dividing cell population. ...

Click here to read more

Effectiveness Of The Control Measures Taken To Prevent Dengue Fever In Mauritius

Mauritius is a small tropical island located at latitude 20ø 18' 0 S and longitude 57ø 34' 60 E. ...

Click here to read more

Idea Generation

To provide the best and cost-effective care, accessible to every patient, through integrated clinical practice, education and research, delivered with compassion, care and concern through team spirit and transparency. ...

Click here to read more

Food Security

Food security is elucidated by the IFAD/FAO as the year-round access to the amount and variety of safe foods required by all household members in order to lead active and healthy lives, without undue risk of losing such access. ...

Click here to read more

Predictive Capabilities Of The Simulex Model

The purpose of this study is to analyse the predictive capabilities of the Simulex model, used to simulate the movement of people in evacuation simulations. ...

Click here to read more

Note: All of the dissertations in this section were written by students and then submitted to us to publish and help others. They are not the work of our own expert dissertation writers; we never publish the work that we produce for our customers. Thanks to all of the students who have submitted their dissertations to us. You should not hand in these dissertations as your own. We do not condone plagiarism!