Report Based On Diabetes

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Practice-BasedPublic Health Profileand Strategy
TABLE OF CONTENTINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1Area presentation: demographics, health status..........................................................................1Public health issue and justification; health inequalities; main social determinants of health. . .2Local public health policies; services available; workplace setting............................................3Area of intervention....................................................................................................................5CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................6REFERENCES................................................................................................................................7
INTRODUCTIONPublic health is largely concerned about interfering some considerable means to reducethe risk of diffusive diseases in individuals. In context to which, the public health organisationsin UK are taking some impelling measures to promote a healthy lifestyle to people sufferingfrom such dispersive ailments. It is however a primary responsibility of the public healthagencies and local officials of the nation to measure the factual context of such diseases. Thepresent report is in context to a similar consideration of a well known ailment called Diabeteswith a leading number of old age patients in it (Abbott and et. al.,2011). It is also in affiliation tounderlay the equivalent measures of South Asian communities in Croydon with a major numberof old age victims of Diabetes in the care homes. It is a major public health challenge where theWorld health organisation (WHO) has together contributed in measuring its realistic state inLondon that is nearby to the Croydon Borough of UK. Though, the configured measures ofpublic health largely differs from the other accessible forms of healthcare where they are herebyconcerned with the overall population of nation who are suffering from any challenging healthdisorder. Area presentation: demographics, health statusEthnicity has always played a greater role in Diabetes wherein, it is mainly in context tospecify about a challenging state of South Asian communities in the prevalence rate of thisailment. It is where the people belonging to this segment are more likely to suffer from Diabetesthat is 6 times higher than other societal groups. Such raised ration of Diabetes was firstlyassessed in the year 1996 with a significant rise of 2.1 million diabetic patients (Banerjee and et.al., 2010). With which, the later diagnosis have evidenced that more than 4 million population inUK are suffering from this disease with a consolidated strength of both young age and older agepeople in it. This enumerated ratio is likely to emerge by the year 2025 with 5 million diabeticpopulation in UK.It is with a greater role of South Asian communities that includes combined ethnic groupsfrom distinct nations that is somehow limited to some communal nations like India, Pakistan andBangladesh, etc. However, such constricted ratio has together formed a huge South Asiancommunity in UK with a greater risk of emerging the rate of Diabetes (Gholap and et. al.,2011).Some atrocious symptoms of Diabetes has been ascertained over here in which its leading1
sufferers tends to feel very thirsty all the time with frequent urination at night. Apart from thesecommon indication of Diabetes, there together exists two distinct level of this ailment that isknown as type 1 and type 2.In context to which, the former level of Diabetes rapidly converts into its another level inyoungsters with a light distinct conception for the adults where this conversion takes a periodicdifference of at least 2-3 weeks. It is hereby in opposition to the transition of type 1 Diabetes intype 2 within a week in the young people (Hawthorne and et. al.,2010). In relation to which, theleading symptoms of its another level called type 2 Diabetes leads to sudden weight loss with abulk loss of muscle tissues. Additionally, the diligent also tends to feel extremely tired withblurred vision that is usually due to a changed shape of eye lens. Beside this, a very slow andsteady healing of wounds is also yet another major indication of this disease.In accordance to which, type 2 Diabetes has been mostly envisioned in the old agepopulation of South Asian communities in Croydon borough of London. These cases are largelyconcerned with yet another major issue of obesity with 56% of male adults and 44% females. Itis along with a fundamental existence of mismanaged diabetic remedies that are beingundertaken by the nominated community people (Kingandet. al., 2012). As per the statisticalration of diabetic South Asian community, there miserable diabetes management is putting themat a higher risk of some other health related complications with a susceptible evolution of seriouscardiovascular diseases. In regard to which, a major number of individuals from the concentratedage group of adults ranging from 20 to 60 years are forecasted to suffer from Diabetes in theelected community of London, UK. Public health issue and justification; health inequalities; main social determinants of healthIt is mainly in context to a designated public health (PH) issue of Diabetes that is herebychosen in context to depict the obsessed population of South Asian community in London, UK.It is also in relation to determine the leading ratio of adults who are suffering from Diabetes dueto another afflicted ailment of obesity (Prasad and et. al., 2012). It is thence referred to be a PHissue that is relatively emerging in the old age individuals as per the estimated ratio of WHO. Itis where they have hereby approximated around 60 million sufferers of Diabetes in the entireEuropean region with a likely estimate of its rising rate in men aged above 25 years as comparedto the women.2

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