1. What are the image issues in this case? Mary Wilson as a director of Marketing and Communications in Margaret’s General Hospital has to improve the image because it is in critical position. It is not essay to increase the visibility of the hospital because its location with three strong competitors. In order to compete, St. Margaret’s Hospital must raise its public visibility and awareness so that customers and potential customers are aware of the services that are offered and why these services set the hospital apart from their competition.
Medication adherence is important to achieve the desired therapeutic outcome and will lead to the early discharge of the patient from the hospital which will save cost and reduce the high risk of nosocomial infections. V. The regular use of salbutamol as a bronchodilator in asthmatic patients is required to dilate the airways and keep the patient alive. Medication adherence is likely to keep a patient suffering from chronic illness or disease alive and healthy. Role of pharmacist in improving medication adherence Pharmacists have a critical role to play in improving medication adherence because they can give better information regarding medications to patients and relate the medication to their illness so they know the importance of medication adherence and risks that are tied to non-adherence. a.
Firstly, the campaign of “National No Smoking Day” has been organized on Wednesday in 1983, when it was called Quit for the day in United Kingdom. This campaign remains as the foremost public health event in UK. The mission of this campaign is to appeal to smokers in a different age, sex or social class. Then, in Malaysia, Health Ministry was initiated the campaign of “Say No” to smoking in 2004 until 2010. Campaign posters were posted up on billboards, government premises, newspapers and magazines, while television and radio advertisements were bought and played on air.In addition, to increase the awareness of the negative consequences of smoking, tobacco companies are also banned from advertising their products.For 32 years, beginning in 1976, the warning on cigarette packs were one-line sentences stated that: “Warning by the Malaysian Government: Smoking is Hazardous to Health” and also the images on the pack of cigarettes demonstrate some of the consequences of smoking: cancers of the neck, lung and mouth and must cover at least 40% of the front of the pack, and 60% of the
National insurance can provide the affordable health care service to the citizens and let those whose had the difficult in the financial able to get the basic health care service. This will help to reduce the common illness which suffered by the population and able avoided the spread of the infectious disease that may let the people ignore due to burden of medical fees. With the national insurance, a country is able to create a healthy population and increases the productivity of the country. Everything has a good side and a bad side at the same time. The con of this health care system is need to wait for a longer time.
One of the main arguments is that euthanasia could be an ethical issue and can be seen as assisted murder. Physicians are not forced to provide the euthanasia doses; the physicians who do, have agreed to do so. As well as the patient is asking to die, they are not being killed against their will. Another argument is that medical resources and money will be spent for a patient to kill themselves, when they can just commit suicide on their own free will. More medical resources would be spent on keeping that patient alive, than it would euthanize them.
As for private hospital we do practice cost saving and by recommending this system my organization would be able to achieve cost saving as well as incentives and improved efficiency in delivering high quality and safe care for our patients. I do know that cost would be a main barrier in getting the hospital to implement this system. However, I strongly believe that no matter how much we spend it is still nothing compare to peoples life. The reason people seek treatment from us is because they trust that healthcare providers will deliver safe care. To practice safe medicine is indeed the core for any healthcare organization.
The smoking ban is disputed issue, which has opponents and proponents, regarding its legal and ethical aspects. Smoking Ban is healthy practice that provide safe environment for patient with mental illness. Some opinions reject smoking bans in mental health services under pretext of human rights, but human rights are philosophical concept that may be conflicting issues. This scholarly paper aims to prove rationality of all ethical and legal aspects related to smoking ban policy in mental health services. The next themes reflect the main dimensions that will be articulated through this argument paper.
Hospitals need to reduce the infections contracted during patients stays in their facilities. Stewardship programs can monitor the prescription of antibiotic to prevent the unnecessary use which will lead to resistance. The laboratory processing and providing test results must provide accurate results quickly. Research towards better the following areas will slow the increase of antibiotic resistance in bacteria. Introduction: twenty-three thousand people die
According to the Code of Good Practice (2001), HIV/AIDS patients should be urged to unveil their HIV status to their employers. But it’s only required in the case if they are involved in a work which increases the chances of HIV/AIDS transmission. Moreover, people have a thought that disclosure of health status will help the staff feel unburdened and they will be given extra sick leaves, and will be allowed to take medications. If we weigh the pros and cons of disclosure of HIV status, then its cons will outweigh the pros. Healthcare workers may get the liberty to take extra sick leaves and medication but on the contrary, disclosure will give them the extra mental stress, while dealing with job stress they will also need to deal with legal issues, and the fear of discrimination will ultimately end up with the negative effect on their health and well-being.
In fact, health professionals work on raise awareness about organ donation after death because that will help to make people satisfy and achieve the balance of availability organs. Agrawal (2017) says that the Percentage of people who are afraid of body distortions 39% and people who fear from health complications 35%. Beyond that, other potential people frustrated about the idea of transplant system because donors believe on that transplant system is care more about organ recipient especially after operation and recovery period. In addition, the medical studies indicate that there is mistrust that related to the medical field and lack of understanding about organ donation in a correct way. Moreover, every health institutions that responsible about donation should provide enough information about the person who will donate, his