For examples, for elderly patients, primary care doctors can warn them about the importance of exercising regularly and controlling diets, so as to prevent progression of cardiovascular diseases and diabetes. By altering life style, patients’ risk of suffering from chronic illnesses will be reduced, this can lower the burden of public hospitals in handling with chronic illnesses. Primary care doctors have the ability to analyze and decide whether the patients require a referral to specialists. Instead of referring the patients that are hard to handle immediately, primary care doctors should treat the patients with their utmost effort if they have the ability to treat the patients. Some doctors are not fulfilling their own roles nowadays, they are not treating patients if they found the conditions are complicated and take long time of following up, they will rather referring to specialists than treating it themselves, this will increase the burden on the specialists service.
Major Components of a Healthy Lifestyle Wellness and healthy lifestyles cannot be underestimated in the life of a person. It is better to start keeping up with the healthy lifestyles now rather than to wait for illnesses and problems with health in the future. Logically, an individual starts getting through the hardships of life since the moment of birth. The process of aging takes place constantly. People are surrounded by threats and dangers around, but the main risk for the person’s health takes place when one decides to ignore or undervalue the significance of healthy lifestyles.
Based on the above observations, analysis, and discussions on various studies and systematic reviews on Task shifting model, we propose following suggestions while using Task shifting as an alternative survival strategy or health organizations which suffer due to a shortage of professionally qualified medical doctors to treat chronic and long intervention related diseases in their organizations. (1) Strategy for Patient cure & Satisfaction : With the concept of something is better than nothing, patients should get at least minimum care even if there is an acute shortage of qualified physicians, the alternative survival strategy of task shifting is suggested as an optimum solution to the problem. (2) Strategy of organizational sustainability
- Why is it important (outcomes) Health Literacy is important as limited health literacy is related with poor health. Some examples include Use of preventive services, Knowledge about medical conditions and treatments, Rates of hospitalization, Health status, Healthcare costs and Stigma and shame. Elaborating on the Use of preventive service, individuals who have very little health literacy would usually avoid going for check-ups to prevent themselves from falling sick. For example, skipping appointments to get a flu shot, and they would only enter the healthcare system when they fall ill. Another point is Knowledge about medical conditions and treatment, where persons who have little knowledge of health literacy are more prone to having chronic conditions because of lack of knowledge of illness. These people would also most likely not know how to manage such conditions.
Medical Profession is one of the oldest profession and most humanitarian one. Doctors in India are treated as second life savers after God. The standard of care from doctors and hospital authority is expected to be more in comparison with other cases of negligence. So proper care must be taken by the authorities and the doctors side to avoid medical negligence. Any negligence by an act or omission of a medical practitioner in performing his/her duty is known as medical negligence.
Ethical challenges in the medical field Medicine is a profession that carries all the lofty human meanings, which makes it imperative for the doctor to act as much as the responsibility required to treat people and save their bodies from pain and illness, because they have a message not practicing craft , for doctor must adhere to the noble morality that preserves the dignity of the patient in a manner that ensures the best possible health care for him, and maintains the status of the doctor who is tired for the convenience of people. ' ' Dr/ Khalida Nasr : Medical Ethics, Action and practice ' ' Adopt the relationship between the doctor and patient as follows: Honesty and integrity mutual respect confidence Affiliation Mutual goals Goals of
A healthy lifestyle means a form of an individual practices by an individual to reduce risk of illness (Lewis, 2011). While, the World Health Orgnization declared that “Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” Both statements show that how crucial an act can affect a person’s health thus a healthy lifestyle is needed to ensure a healthy life thus it requires persistence and dedication in terms of eat healthy food, exercise regularly, and manage stress which are the aspects of a healthy lifestyle as it improves the health and reduced the chances of getting diseases. To maintain a good healthy lifestyle, the first and foremost step is to eat healthy food. These days, food and eating environments likely contribute to the increasing epidemic of obesity and chronic diseases, over and above individual factors such as knowledge, skills, and motivation (Story, 2008). Selecting food is one of the most common and mundane activities consumers pursue several times each day (Finkelstein, 2015).
The human body is a machine with a very complicated working mechanism. For a human being to be productive, his body should be in good shape and health. Therefore, health is a major determinant factor in our resourcefulness. All human beings are entitled to good healthcare. In a general perspective, healthcare is all about maintaining one’s health and improving the health of deteriorating bodies.
Keywords: Neural Network, Supervised learning, Patient, Feed forward Abstract On the behalf of WHO records, it has been observed that a better health is playing a vital role in human happiness. Good health not only make an individual happy but also his family & friends and also make a contribution to economic growth. But lifestyle a human being is changing day by day and leads human being to an unhealthy life. Apart from exercise and healthy food, the health monitoring at a regular interval also becomes necessary to live a healthy life. Poor accessibility and absence of appropriate health monitoring system, patients need to make frequent visits to their physicians to know about their health update.
Ilan H. Meyer and Sharon Schwartz refers to the transformation of social issues into health issues as the "public healthification" of social problems, which they consider analogous to the medicalization of individual social problems. In their view, public health provides too narrow a perspective to be effective. "In the case of many social problems, public health research questions as currently conceptualized are less complex than the social and political issues (conflicting interest groups, conflicting value systems, power relationships) that need to be resolved for interventions to be