THE ROLE OF PUBLIC HEALTH IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE

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Table of contentsIntroduction................................................................................................................................3TASK 1......................................................................................................................................31.1 Role of the agencies for identifying the diseases.................................................................31.2 Explanation of statistical data and the epidemiology for one infectious and one non-infectious disease.......................................................................................................................41.3 Evaluation of the approaches to control the diseases...........................................................6TASK 2......................................................................................................................................7Various implication plans to cure the illness.............................................................................7Introduction................................................................................................................................72.1 Relevant research.................................................................................................................72.2 Establishing a relationship in order to analyse the prevalence of disease and requirementsof services...................................................................................................................................82.3 Analysing the various impact of current lifestyle................................................................9Conclusion..................................................................................................................................9TASK 3....................................................................................................................................10Introduction..............................................................................................................................10Impact of health and well-being of Lincoln County Hospital on the individual.....................10Conclusion-..............................................................................................................................11Conclusion................................................................................................................................11Reference list............................................................................................................................122
IntroductionPublic Health helps to the different organisation in different countries to prevent the variousdiseases. The main purpose of Public Health is to aware the people about the various diseasesthrough the health and social care organisation and also helps to provide treatment with alltype of diseases to the people through the health care and social care organisations. In thisassignment, the researcher has discussed the role of the different public, private, local andinternational agencies role and functions. The assignment has shed light on how to preventthe diseases and how to avoid the disease by following different steps. The researcher hasmentioned about the solutions of the various diseases in the UK.TASK 11.1 Role of the agencies for identifying the diseasesAccording toBrettetal.(2014, p.637), to identify the various diseases the roles of the local,national and the international agencies are the most vital role. Especially the local agenciescan provide the best health facilities to every country. For any kind of infectious disease, thelocal communities are the most important part to play the role for curing the diseases. Apartfrom this, the government can play a crucial role in the diseases identification and they canprovide awareness to the entire health care organisation by providing them with detail of theinfectious disease. World Health Organisation plays another vital role to identify the variousdiseases and they have linked with the laboratories in different countries. They have linkedwith the different private and the public sectors to get information about the disease of thepeople. The various voluntary organisations, different health trust and the European Union allthese agencies play an important role in identifying the disease and providing awareness toavoid the diseases (Biehl and Petryna, 2013, p.524). Identifying the diseases would not onlyassist the agencies to grow their service in the society, however, it would also help to make agood environment in every country.The entire local, national and the international agencies always try their best to provide thesolution of the various diseases after getting information from the various public and theprivate sectors of the country.Here, NHS is selected to do the study.NHS sheets assume akey part in molding the system, vision and reason for an association. They hold theassociation to represent the conveyance of system and guarantee an incentive for cash. They3
are likewise mindful for guaranteeing that dangers to the association and the generalpopulation are overseen and alleviated adequately. Driven by an autonomous seat and madeout of a blend of both official and free non-official individuals, the board has an aggregateobligation regarding the execution of the association.1.2 Explanation of statistical data and the epidemiology for one infectiousand one non-infectious diseaseFigure 1: Incidence of HIV(Source:Drummondetal.2015, p.655)In UK, one infectious disease is HIV AIDS. On the other hand, one non-infectious disease isasthma. The main reason of epidemiology diseases are such as occurrence rates, varioustrends and the defenceless group as well.Blood fluid can cause HIV including menstrualblood or semen or vaginal secretions. However, in this course, HIV must get inside the body.Symptoms of HIV are as follows; fever, chill, rash, night sweats, muscle aches, fatigues etcetera.According toDrummondetal.(2015, p.654), infectious disease can happen for virusinfection, organisms, and bacteria as well. In the year of 1994, the research show that therewere around 2000 of peoples was AIDS infected and the amount of these diseases became4
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