Unit 11 The Role of Public Health in Health and Social Care

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Unit 11 The Role of PublicHealth in Health and SocialCare
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3LO1..................................................................................................................................................31.1 Role of different agencies identifying levels of health and disease in communities.............31.2 Infectious and non- infectious Disease in UK.......................................................................41.3Effectiveness of different approaches and strategies to control the incidence of disease incommunities.................................................................................................................................4LO2..................................................................................................................................................52.1 Current priorities and approaches to the provision of services of people with disease orillness...........................................................................................................................................52.2 Relationship between the prevalence of disease and requirements of services to supportindividuals....................................................................................................................................62.3 The impact of current lifestyles choices on the future needs for health and social careservices.........................................................................................................................................7LO3..................................................................................................................................................83.1 The health and well-being priorities for individuals..............................................................83.2 Effectiveness of strategies, systems and policies in a health or social care settings.............83.3 changes that could be made to improve the health and well-being of individuals...............93.4 Numerous activities that are being implemented to support behavior change for improveliving of people in a healthy manner..........................................................................................10CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................10
INTRODUCTIONPublic and social health care focuses on eliminating diseases through the healthpromotional activities and public services that helps in to protect social and public health fromvarious complex diseases, illness and injuries. Public health agencies of government plays a vitalrole of providing this public and social health services. This report will include the role ofseveral government agencies to recognize the level of health and diseases in communities andalso include the infectious and non-infectious disease that is largely developed in UK. Thisreport will highlight the various strategies and approaches to control the effectiveness of diseasein communities. This report will also state the implications of illness and disease in UKPopulation for the provision of health and social care service and this report will also includesthe many impacts of present lifestyle desires on future needs for health and social care services.LO11.1Role of different agencies identifying levels of health and disease in communities.There are various health agencies in United Kingdom that support health and diseasecommunity. These agencies are design various policies by which health and medical sectors arepromote, and they reduce the illness and disease in the society.World Health Organization(WHO):WHO design various health promotions strategies for thesupport health and disease community in UK. WHO plays an essentials roles in globalgovernance of health and disease (Alsaeed and et.al., 2016). WHO also design the health anddisease policies and establishes, monitor and standardized them in the health care sectors. WHOalso design health promotions strategies and various medical treatments for improve the health ofpublic and reduce the disease.UK Department of Health:It is also participated in health and disease community of UK. Themajor role of UK Department of Health is help society peoples live better life and longer life.They are fund and promote various health care sectors in UK. It is also enables health and socialcare bodies to deliver services appropriately national priorities and also work with thegovernment of UK, for reducing the disease and improving society health. It is also responsiblefor meet and fulfil the needs of patients.Local Authorities:The local authorities of UK is also work for peoples well- being. They arelead joint strategic needs assessment to secure the consistent and co- ordinated authorizationstrategies. It is also support the patient choices and promote health and social care services.
1.2Infectious and non- infectious Disease in UKInfectious Disease:Infectious disease are those illnesses or disease which are caused byorganism such as bacteria, fungi, viruses or parasites.Various types of animate thing live in outsides of our bodies. But some organisms and virus may reasonable for various types of disease.Infectious disease can pass one person to another person. In United Kingdom HIV is seriousissues. As per 2014 data, in UK 90% of peoples living with HIV are diagnosed. 90% of societypeoples are having treatment of HIV (Alsaeed and et.al., 2016). IN 2017, 101,600 peoples of UKare living with the HIV disease. In UK 1 in 12 people are living with HIV, and they do not knowabout the illness. As per the 2017 data 93,385 people in UK including 365 children who areunder-age of 15, receive treatment of HIV in the care. In United Kingdom, 54.7%, white, 29.1%black African, 3.0% black Caribbean, 2.9% black other, 3.7% Asian and 5.4% other and mixedare infected by the HIV disease.Non- infectious Disease:Non- infectious disease are those illnesses which are not transmissible.Means this types of disease not transfer one person to another person. This types of diseaseinclude autoimmune disease, stroke, heart attacks, diabetes, kidney disease etc. UK moderngeneration or society is highly affected with Diabetes. Diabetes is group of metabolic illness inwhich persons have overhead blooded sugar levels over a period. Diabetes is also been twotypes, first is type 1, in which human body produce enough insulin. And the another type ofdiabetes is type 2 in which initially develops as a resistivity to endocrine when the cadre fail toreact to insulin properly. In UK 400,000people of society is impacted by type 1 diabetes, inwhich 29,000 children included. And in UK disease is increase by 4% each year. In UK 96% ofchildren are affected by type one of diabetes. In United Kingdom, 3.8 millions society people areliving with type 2 of diabetes.1.3Effectiveness of different approaches and strategies to control the incidence of disease incommunitiesFor reducing these types of incidence of disease in community UK government andhealthcare society can use various ways which are effectively reduced the disease in the country.The different approaches and strategies are:Surveillance:It is tool for systemically interpret the data for preventing and controlling theillness and injuries.With the help of surveillance it can be easily evaluated that health status ofcountry. With the help of surveillance UK government can easily identify the current status of
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