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Sensoneural Hearing Loss: Features of Patients

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, vestibular,...

Health Risks of Weight Gain and Obesity

This essay will analyse some of the main health risks posed by weight gain and obesity such as the risk of developing chronic heart...

Benefits of Patient Representatives and Advocates

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...

Health Management Plan for Smoker with Heart Disease

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...

Smoking as a Public Health Issue

It is now a matter of common public acceptance that smoking causes ill health. This statement can be backed up by huge amounts of...

Impact of Health Inequalities on Parkinson's Disease Patient

In the department of health publication from ‘Vision to Reality’ (2001), the minister for public health, Yvette Cooper, and the chief medical officer, Professor...

Regulation of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM)

Using Osteopathy as an example, describe and critically evaluate the ways in which the organisation and regulation of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) in...

Challenges to Infection Control of Hep C, B and HIV

Infection control and cross contamination prevention are imperative to ensuring high quality patient care and quality of life for all patients. In the hemodialysis...

Health Promotion Strategies for Smoking Cessation

Drawing on appropriate literature, provide a critical analysis of the application of health promotion philosophies, principles and approaches underpinning public health practice in relation...

Strategies to Prevent the Spread of Tuberculosis

To address the problem of Tuberculosis (TB) within East London Tuberculosis (TB) is caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. People who have infected sputum can transmit the...

Strategies to Control Exposure to Harmful Substances

Control of exposure to substances harmful to health by the UK government was first implemented during the late 19th century (Piney 2001). Today, Control...

Strategies for the Dietary Control of Diabetes

A survey of the recent strategies for the dietary control of diabetes in the Middle East INTRODUCTION Significant changes in the political and socio-economic climates have...

Leadership and Management in Changing Context of Healthcare

INTRODUCTION The National Health Service (NHS) Trusts face a range of challenges arising from a national approach to the modernisation of services as laid out...

Equity and PFI Strategies in the NHS

A) Equity NHS hospitals acquire some finance from the private sector and many patients use private health insurance to gain access to treatment; a two...

Inter-Professional Education, Working and Learning

What do you understand by the terms inter professional education (IPE), inter professional working (IPW) and enquiry based learning (EBL)? Discuss the potential benefits...

Impact of the National Health Services Direc

Evaluate the Impact of the National Health Services Direct, It’s Success Rate and the Changes it has Made in UK Health Care Practices and Procedures Anne Cook   ...

Challenges to Sexual Health Care in Today's Society

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...

Health Promotion and Education for HIV

Introduction The prevalence of HIV infections has increased rapidly in recent years in the UK. In 2006, it was estimated that a total of 73,000...

Ferropenic Anaemias as a Problem of Public Health

  There are several levels of consideration when analysing the problem of the ferropenic anaemias. Firstly there is the overall prevalence in the population, which...

Analysis of the Greenwich Primary Care Trust

A report describing and analysing the public health contribution of an organisation or initiative of your choice. 'Greenwich Primary Care Trust' Introduction The contribution to public health...

ADHD: Context, Effects and Models of Intervention

Examining Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Introduction Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder has been recently acknowledged as a condition that affects the whole life experience of children...

Role of Traditional Medicine in Third World Countries

Overview According to the National Aboriginal Health Organisation (NAHO, 2003), the term 'traditional' was introduced by the British during the colonial era and often rejected...

Strategies to Improve Health in Glasgow

Improving the health of the citizens of Glasgow. Health The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines: “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and...

Analysis of Liver Disease in Europe

To what extent does alcohol contribute to liver disease in Europe? Alcoholic liver disease is the major complication of chronic alcohol abuse, with cirrhosis (with...

Research Study: Factors Causing Cannabis Use

Factors Leading towards cannabis use and what can be done about them: A study carried out in local transport drivers of district Peshawar, Pakistan.   The problem of drug...

Impact of Stigma on the Fight Against AIDS

Stigma is an essential constraint in the fight against AIDS. Discuss. 1500 words. In 2008, the World Health Organization argued that ‘…HIV-related stigma and discrimination...

Joint Illnesses and Diseases: Causes and Treatments

Herniated Disc Herniated (slipped) disc happens when all or only a portion of an intervertebral disc is forced through the weak part of the disc...

Laryngeal Mask Airway Placement Methods in Pediatric Care

Laryngeal Mask Airway Placement: Comparison Between a Traditional and Alternative Methods in Pediatric Practice ============================================================ Emil Batarseh , MD , JBA* Zahi Majali , MD , JBA Basel...

Dhat Syndrome: Sexual Behaviour and Psychiatric Comorbidity

Original Research Article Title: Dhat syndrome and its association with sexual behavior and pyschiatric comorbidities in Indian males Sahu R.N, MD (Psychiatry), Head and Professor, Co- Authors: Sharma...

Effect of Simulation Based Education on Medical Knowledge

EFFECT OF SIMULATION BASED EDUCATION ON KNOWLEDGE OF MEDICAL STUDENTS IN CONTEXT OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE Bogam Rahul R. Corresponding Author Dr Rahul Ramesh Bogam   ABSTRACT Simulations are being increasingly...

Study on the Outcome of Damage Control Surgery

A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY ON THE OUTCOME OF DAMAGE CONTROL SURGERY IN SPMC FROM YEAR 2005 TO 2010. A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY Submitted by: Chris George C. Pales,...

Analysis of the Strengths Based Model

A quality construct methodology works in light of the suspicion that individuals have qualities and assets for their own particular strengthening. In quality based-...

Intrathecal Chemical Neurolysis With Phenol

CANCER PAIN Intrathecal neurolysis with 6% phenol for intractable and opiate resistant perineal pain secondary to terminal bladder cancer . Name : Dr R Srivastava Department: Heart...

Care of a Confused Parent

I N T R O D U C T I O N The first FETAC Level 5 Assignment in Care Skills module requires that learners...

Prevention is Better than Cure: BCC- An Ultimate Life Saver

Sudipta Paul Introduction: India in global stage is aspiring to be a powerful country with its potential powers in various field but the policy makers and...