Advocacy on any Health Issues in Australia

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Advocacy on any healthissues in AustraliaPrevention of Dementia
TABLE OF CONTENTINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................31. Background..................................................................................................................................3Discussion of the organisation................................................................................................3Values and ideologies.............................................................................................................3Health issue or problem of the population group...................................................................4Extent and urgency of the issue..............................................................................................4Impact of the chosen problem on the population group.........................................................52. Aims And Objectives Of The Policy For Advocacy...................................................................63. Promoting Health Of The Selected Population With The Help Of Policy By Using A PublicHealth Or Health Promotion Framework.........................................................................................7Ottawa charter........................................................................................................................74. Recommendations To Actions For Government (A Minimum Of Three)..................................8Recommendations based on objective 1-...............................................................................8Recommendation based on objective 2-.................................................................................9Recommendation based on objective 3-.................................................................................9CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................9REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................11
INTRODUCTIONThe present report is based on the advocacy of certain health related polices for thepurpose of advocating on behalf of a selected health care setting of Australia named AustralianMedical Association (AMA). It is with a leading focus on benefiting the people who are eithersuffering from dementia or at a higher risk of it (Brodaty & Cumming, 2010, pp.887-995). It ishereby for the welfare of this targeted set of population representing the group of elderly peoplein Australia. For which, this report has primarily demonstrated the background of the entire studyby together setting some effective aims and objectives for both the chosen organisation, i.e.,AMA and the polices that are being advocated on its behalf (Cherbuin, Anstey & Lipnicki, 2008,pp.431). Lastly, the framed set of polices are analysed with the use of a health promotionframework called Ottawa charter so as to make further recommendations for the improvement ofthe formulated policies.1. BackgroundDiscussion of the organisationAMA has been chosen to highlight the ratio of health issues in Australia where thereexists a rising demand for the health system in Australia due to an ageing number of populationover there (Coogle, Head & Parham, 2006, pp.611-631). AMA is a predecessor of BritishMedical Association (BMA) where it is with a leading intent of representing the medical studentsas well as doctors with a foundation year of 55 years and headquarter in Barton which is anAustralian Capital District (Craig & Strivens, 2016, pp.48-53).Values and ideologiesThis is on discoursing upon the values and ideologies of AMA where they are keen toprovide a vital platform to the self interested grandstander's who represents the organisation thatis integrated with registered medical professionals and students. Wherein, all its appointed bodiesare referred to give a foremost priority to their patient's by being committed to their welfare andmaintain the doctor patient relationship (Delafosse, 2013, pp.25). This relationship is beingmaintained on the basis of some principle prospects such as trust, mutual respect and cooperationtowards one other where both the patient's and doctors are referred to have both theirindividualistic rights and duties. Also, the medical practitioners associated with AMA havepledged to defend and advocate the well-being of wider public that reflects their optimistic
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