Dissertations on Public Health

Public health concerns the wellbeing and health of the general public as a whole. Through organised efforts, public health bodies look to inform the choices of society to help protect from threats to their health and prolong and improve the quality of life.

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Implications of an Integrated Emergency Service
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Introduction: Background The 2013 ‘Facing the future’ report by Sir Ken Knight highlighted transmutations in the authoritative ordinance for fire and rescue accommodations and the desideratum to modernise the ... Last modified: 17th Dec 2019

Global Challenges Facing Antibiotic Resistance
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Introduction: Antibiotic resistance is a current global crisis that needs to be controlled. Within this article, the issues of overuse and misuse within humans are looked in detail including how they are being pre... Last modified: 16th Dec 2019

Global Health Governance Challenges
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Introduction:  Is the ‘Golden Era’ of Global Health Now Over? – The Ecological Global Health Perspective Comment on “Global Health Governance Challenges 2016 – Are We Ready?” Acknowledgement and Reflec... Last modified: 16th Dec 2019

Public Health Issue of Smoking
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Introduction: The aim of this essay is to analyse the public health issue of smoking, which has major effects on the health of society and individuals within the adult population in England and Wales. Using eviden... Last modified: 13th Dec 2019

Leishmaniasis in Cyprus: Where Are We Now?
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Introduction: Leishmaniasis in Cyprus: Where are we now? Summary (500 words) Little is known about the distribution and prevalence of leishmaniasis in Cyprus, as well as the distribution of the potential sand fly ... Last modified: 12th Dec 2019

Enhancing HIV/AIDS Policy Interventions
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Introduction: Chapter Eight Lessons from lived experiences at a fishing village in Uganda 8.1 Introduction The social groups which have so far proven to be most vulnerable to HIV infection are those which have long... Last modified: 11th Dec 2019

Cybersecurity Threats in the Healthcare and Public Health Sector
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Introduction: CYBERSECURITY STAT: AN EXAMINATION OF THREATS, POSTURES, AND ENFORCEMENT IN THE HEALTHCARE AND PUBLIC HEALTH SECTOR Abstract The purpose of this research was to examine cybersecurity in the Healthc... Last modified: 11th Dec 2019

Health Needs Assessment for London Local Council
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Introduction: This is a Health Needs Assessment(HNA) for a Local council in a London Borough X. For confidentiality purposes, all names and places will remain anonymous as required by the nursing and midwifery cou... Last modified: 9th Dec 2019

The Role of Sunlight in the Causation of Melanoma
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Introduction: The role of sunlight in the causation of Melanoma   Introduction With the continually growing prevalence of melanoma cases in the UK; it is important to study the epidemiology of cancer. In doing so ... Last modified: 9th Dec 2019

Rise of Obesity in the US
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Introduction: Obesity is on the rise both in the US and internationally. In the US, many factors have contributed to the rise in obesity including dining outside of the home and the food choices consumers make. The... Last modified: 9th Dec 2019

Barriers to Smoking Cessation
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Introduction: This chapter presents the rationale for conducting research on barriers to smoking cessation amongst people who should know better. A review of current and relevant literature was done to assess curre... Last modified: 9th Dec 2019

Tobacco Industry and Tobacco Control in Nigeria
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Introduction: INTRODUCTION Worldwide, tobacco smoking has been shown to be the most significant cause of preventable, premature deaths in economically developed countries, and is rapidly achieving this status outsi... Last modified: 9th Dec 2019