The Impact of Occupation on Chronic Disease PDF

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Table of ContentsTOPIC..............................................................................................................................................1INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1Overview of the study............................................................................................................1Research objectives................................................................................................................1RESEARCH QUESTIONS.............................................................................................................1METHODS......................................................................................................................................1The databases searched...........................................................................................................1List the key words used..........................................................................................................2Key search terms for literature review question:....................................................................2RESULTS AND ANALYSIS..........................................................................................................3Number of middle-aged people suffering from heart disease in rural areas of Nepal from localhealth post...............................................................................................................................3To identify the levels of mental & physical efforts of people required within workplace in therural areas of Nepal................................................................................................................1Relationship between heart disease and occupational position with low level and high-levelposition in the workplace........................................................................................................3CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................4REFERENCES................................................................................................................................5
TOPIC"The impact of occupation on Chronic Disease."INTRODUCTIONOverview of the studyHeart disease is common in both age group of people whose belongs under 25-50 andalso in the population of working age(Arnold and Boggs, 2019). Along with this, it is estimatedthat such type of disease, including high blood pressure and stroke, is accountable for more costthan other kind of disease or injury. Main purpose of conducting this literature review is to findout impact of working position of people under the age group of 25-50 on their health.Research aimThe aim of this research is “To explore how occupation induces heart disease depends ona low level and high-level occupational position of people aged 25-50 years in rural areas ofNepal.Research objectives1.To explore the number of middle-aged people (25-50) years suffering from heart diseasein rural areas of Nepal from local health post.2.To determine the levels of mental and physical effort of people require in the workplacein the rural areas of Nepal.3.To examine the relationship between heart disease and occupational position with lowlevel and high- level position in the workplace.RESEARCH QUESTIONSHow does the occupational position relevant to people’s health disparities like heartdisease in people aged 25-50 years in rural areas of Nepal?METHODSThe databases searchedResearch methodology is an useful process which will be use by researcher to collectinformation in qualitative and quantitative manner. A literature review is mainly undertaken in 6databases which are ERIC, ScienceDirect, Medline, Social1
Sciences Citation Index, Science Citation Index and PsycINFO. All these are useful databasewhich is used by researcher because this give access to current and scholarly peer view pointwith emphasis on medical industry relevant to the topic(Crane, 2018).List the key words usedThere are requirements of different key words which is PICO framework. It stands forPopulation, Intervention/Interest,Comparator, Outcome. The PICO framework is also applied to create a critical literature searchstrategies, for instance in systematic reviews(Jones, 2019).Key search terms for literature review question:PopulationMain population for literature review is peoplewho are under the aged group such as 25-50years in rural areas of Nepal(Kim and Kim,2018).InterestMain interest of this research is to exploreoccupational position relevant to people’shealth disparities like heart disease in peopleaged 25-50 years in rural areas of Nepal(Kalra, Unnikrishnan and Baruah, 2017).OutcomeTherefore, problem related with heart diseasesin people of Nepal can be overcome ineffective manner.Qualitative and quantitative research:These are consider two types of research whichwill helps an investigator by providing data in accurate manner. For exploring occupationalposition relevant to people’s health disparities like heart disease in people aged 25-50 years inrural areas of Nepal, quantitative research will be used. As it is more effective and provide dataor information in form of numbers and hard facts(Kane, 2017).2
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