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...age of 75) since 1999. In 2006, Diabetes became the ninth leading cause of death and an estimate shows 25 deaths per 100,000 populations due to this condition. Studies show that the risk of death is twice for a diabetes patient when compared to people without diabetes of similar age. Also, about 35 - 40% of people die from this condition and/or its complications. Planning & Development:     For the planning and development of Diabetes Prevention and Health Promotion program, conceptual bases will be drawn from the projects conducted by Farquhar (The community-based model of life style intervention trials, 1978), Luepker and Rastam (Involving community health professionals and systems, 1990... ?Vulnerable ...
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Population Ecology
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...Population Ecology explored the field by outlining how it is able to explain the adaptation of organisms to their environment, including the interactions that ensue in such relationship. Particularly, the concepts about population and its growth, density and dispersion were established. The lecture explained how population ecology studies the dynamics of population and how it is able to measure its impact to the environment and vice versa. The lecture, for example, demonstrated the models and dynamics of population growth and how it affects the quality of life of the inhabitants of a particular location, especially with regards to access... to resources and environmental degradation. This...
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Aging Population
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...Aging Population Sur Sur Aging Population It is true that in the next 25 years we will have more elderly people due to the aging baby boomers. Our elderly population has, however, already been gradually increasing if for no other reason than the longevity of seniors due to better medical care, and, consequently, better general health. As the percentage of elderly people increases, they will continue to be accommodated. That the few (workers) will support the many (seniors) is a given. However, the few must remember that one day it will become their turn to be supported by the few. ...
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Population genetics
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...age. There was no other witness except that traces of semen were found on the victim’s clothing, a pubic hair on the mattress and another on the victim’s anus. This case, therefore, largely relied on forensic evidence. During the trial, two expert witnesses for the Crown were called to the stand: the first testified that the pubic hairs found on the mattress and the anus of the victim were not of the suspect, and; the second witness gave testimony as to the DNA tests conducted on the semen found in the scene of the crime and the semen sample provided... an examination of the DNA samples a match of 1 in three million. This figure represented the probability of the odds that that the specific...
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Vulnerable Population
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...POPULATION Vulnerable Population of Institute Addressing Adolescent Pregnancy Did you know that: the US tops the list of highest teenage pregnancy across all developed countries? Around one million teenaged girls become pregnant every year; close to 95 percent is unintended, and almost one-third opt for abortion? From the year 1985 to 1990, public costs from childbearing totaled $120 billion, of which $48 billion could have been saved if a mother had her first child when she was at least 20 years old? Alarming but true as this report from US Department of Health and Human Services reveals. According to this government information, there is a huge disparity in the birth... Running Head: VULNERABLE...
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Population genetics
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...age. There was no other witness except that traces of semen were found on the victim’s clothing, a pubic hair on the mattress and another on the victim’s anus. This case, therefore, largely relied on forensic evidence. During the trial, two expert witnesses for the Crown were called to the stand: the first testified that the pubic hairs found on the mattress and the anus of the victim were not of the suspect, and; the second witness gave testimony as to the DNA tests conducted on the semen found in the scene of the crime and the semen sample provided by the suspect [8... ?DNA as Evidence: Skirting the Fallacies 0 Introduction The use of DNA, which is short for deoxyribonucleic acid, in identifying a...
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World population
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...population has tripled over the last 72 years. (Population Reference Bureau) The forecast of the world’s population has given way to some alarming predictions. Predictions that the population explosion threatens to compromise the world’s food supply are nothing new. Therefore one might be compelled to argue that this prediction is unfounded since it has yet to come to fruition. Hundreds of years ago Thomas Malthus forecast that the world’s population will surpass the earth’s feeding resources. In fact... Although the world’s birthrate has declined in recent years it has doubled since 1960. (BBC News. 1999) In fact data gathered by the United Nations’population division reveals that the world’s...
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Human population
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...population: A population pyramid is a highly effective tool which holds great potential to help experts examine and record population statistics very closely. It helps to identify the population structure and also makes it quite easier to make assumptions about a country’s future prospects. These pyramids lend so much validity and sense to the statistics for social scientists and policymakers. Though pyramids help to understand statistics, it is claimed by Rosling that making wise investments in improving the lives of the most socially disadvantaged people can greatly help to keep a check on population growth. He claims in his lecture that even in 1960 when world population was 3... 07 October Human...
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Colombia population
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...population lives in cities now. Nearly 5% population consists of elderly citizens (i.e. over 65 years), while one third of Colombians are under 15 years of age. Hence, nearly two fifth of the total population consists of non-productive individuals, while Almost 91% population consists of literate individuals. (Encyclopedia of Nations) Life expectancy is estimated to be 70 and 77 years for males and females respectively, where approximately one sixth of the total population is leading life below the poverty line determined by the UN experts. Though Colombia had won freedom... Colombia Population Colombia is the third largest Latin American country after Brazil and Mexico. According to the census conducted ...
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Population & migration
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...Problems Related To Population Growth in India Problems Related To Population Growth in India Changes in population can either be acurse or a boon in different countries depending on their settings. For example, population growth in developing countries like India is considered a curse whereas in developed countries such as Italy and Spain it would be considered as a blessing because their economies are greatly industrialized surpassing the current population’s capacity to provide required work force. Developing countries are characterized by limited opportunities and...
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Aging population
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...population has tremendously changed over the last twenty years. In a census that was conducted in 2000, 35 million Americans aged 65 and above were counted. Almost a quarter of these elderly Americans live in Florida. Pennsylvania has a total population of 15,982,000 residents.18% of these are elderly people aged 65+.in the third place is west Virginia, which 16% of its population, comprise of people aged 65+ (Christine, pg.1). North Dakota leads the states with youngest people in America. It is the state with the lowest youth unemployment of all the fifty states. It secondly followed by south Dakota, which has 10% of youth aged between 20-24 .The youth unemployment... The composition of the American...
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Norway - Population
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...population is around 4.7 million as estimated in 2013. There is a large proportion of the total population that is below the age of 24 years i.e. almost, 30% of the total population (CIA, 2013). The gender mix of this group of population is almost equal between men and women. At birth, the gender distribution is recorded as 1.05 Male: 1 Female. Overall, this ratio is different for the entire population i.e. 0.98 Male: 1 Female (CIA, 2013). This suggests that ARIO can target both male and female customers in order to generate best yield from its sales. Furthermore, 39.8% of the country’s total population is in the age group of 25-54 years (CIA... Norway – Demographics Norway is (CIA, . The country’s...
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Population Growth
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...Population Growth Introduction The global population growth is deemed to reach 9.7 billion by the year 2050 andsubsequently 11.2 billion by the year 2100 which will pose unsustainability challenges to the mother earth. The main projection is perceived to be caused by Africa’s population which is rising at exponential rates. The rapid population growth has the effect of damaging the Earth’s natural-capital as well as increasing carbon-dioxide buildup in the ecosystem. Hence, population-control approaches are more effective than the traditional birth-control limitation, since they have long-term and radical...
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Vulnerable population
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...Population (Disability) al Affiliation There are many disabled people living in the society, and who need special care and privileges to improve their living conditions. In USA, the number of disabled people as per 2010 was above 56 million, with majority of them having severe disabilities. Looking at the trend within the communities, there were more disabled people as age progressed, and the disabled females exceeded the males. Blacks had a high population than the whites amongst the analysed group. However, there are several laws and initiatives by the federal government and within the respective states that focus on improving equality, participation, employment, and the living... ? Vulnerable...
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Population Sustainabiltiy
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...aging population. There is a continuous decline in their population. Because of this decline, these countries stand a better chance at achieving a sustainable society. A sustainable society is defined by the ability to maintain... ? Population sustainability November 3, Population sustainability To an individual human being, the Earth may seem likea huge planet of endless space. Even when they are among their family, classmates and friends, or at a town event, people seldom fathom just how many more people this world consists of. However, the harsh and forgotten reality is that, while the Earth may be large, it does not offer as much room as one may think to hold all of the planet’s population. There are ...
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Module 3 and Journal Article Review 3
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...Problems on Three European Nations: Germany, Romania, and Sweden Module 3 Europe is a trademark of colorful history on politics, literature, sciences and the arts. A vast pool of knowledge came about from various European countries which made them pioneers of modernization. Germany, Romania, and Sweden are just three of the nations which gained international popularity when it comes to the excellence in business, transportation, and comprehensive legislations respectively. How ever advanced, these countries still move as a nation with reference to their culture, and perfect examples of a balanced society, where achievements and complications meet. The aging population of Germany, Romania... ?Demography...
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Research paper : memory and ageing: normal and pathological memory loss
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...age-related memory loss lose things occasionally. Pence and Gilstrap (2012) identify that anxiety in normally stressful life situations or temporary agitation is another major symptom of normal memory loss; and making a regretful decision frequently is also a sign of this age-related issue. As long as such problems do not have significant effect on the individual’s life, they can be considered as the characteristics of the aging process. Factors Influencing Normal Memory Loss There are a number of factors influencing the normal memory loss. The major factors include age... ? Memory and Ageing: Normal and Pathological Memory Loss Memory and Ageing: Normal and Pathological Memory Loss Introduction Today...
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Seniors and aging
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...problem. Increase in the elderly population will lead to the majority of the patients with CHF being the seniors. This article provides an example of the consequences of the lack of research and understanding of medical problems in the elderly, due to the lack of evidence. This dearth of evidence means that the elderly will not derive benefits of the CHF treatments known to reduce morbidity and mortality in younger age groups, as the lack of evidence in their use would lead to denial of the use of these treatments (Weir, Mcmurray, Taylor & Brady, 2006). This article... Seniors and Aging Mermet, G. “The new seniors. Sociological and Medical Aspects”, 2005. This article deals with the changing dynamics in ...
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Research paper : memory and ageing: normal and pathological memory loss
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...age-related memory loss lose things occasionally. Pence and Gilstrap (2012) identify that anxiety in normally stressful life situations or temporary agitation is another major symptom of normal memory loss; and making a regretful decision frequently is also a sign of this age-related issue. As long as such problems do not have significant effect on the individual’s life, they can be considered as the characteristics of the aging process. Factors Influencing Normal Memory Loss There are a number of factors influencing the normal memory loss. The major factors... Memory and Ageing: Normal and Pathological Memory Loss Memory and Ageing: Normal and Pathological Memory Loss Introduction Today most people exp...
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The growing human population
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...population is increasing at alarming rate. This could be attributed to the fact that couples in developed countries are well aware of the cost of large families. Approximately 2 billion of the world populations are malnourished; this number is expected to double in the future. Populous countries like India have the high number of poor people, to add this, food production is a problem, and these are just some of the negative aspects of large populations. Work Cited Hopkins, James. Human Population Crisis. Cosmosmith, 2014. Web. http://www.cosmosmith.com/human_population_crisis.htm Pimental,...
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Population growth index reports
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...ageing population faced the lowest medical costs in the world and falling real incomes. Traditional hedges against inflation such as certificates of deposit and real estate began to look less attractive. As a result, some stockbroking firms developed new business around equity-based savings products. Not only did these products produce new revenue, but they also helped to support share prices on the markets. Also, the new insulin will benefit China patients as China has a comparatively low level of medical services which prevent... POPULATION GROWTH INDEX REPORTS Product: The developed product represents a conceptually new generation of insulin which allows to avoid complicated tests while managing the...
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The population of china
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...problems of today have inspired me to take up the topic of population distribution. The specific case chosen is of the most populous country in the world – China. Population Distribution can be defined... Minyu Cai Lindsay GEOG 142 05-11 Population Distribution in China A small number of people around the world are aware that the world population just crossed the 7 billion mark in April 2012, according to the United States Census Bureau (USCB). In the year 1800, the world population was around 1 billion, and 200 years later, this number has increased seven times more. Today, in every second, five people are born while two people die. By the year 2045, the world population is expected to rise by about...
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The Immigration and Refugee Protection Act 2002
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...ageing population also translates into increased costs of care as a result of the disease burden that hit many ageing people (Serkan, 2003, p.293). Therefore, the country is usually faced with a dilemma in getting the right people to work in industries which drive the country’s economy (Gomez & Hernandez, 2008, pp.352-354). Another problem that is brought about by the ageing population is the fact that such people have a reduced fertility rate and this means that there is always a continued drop in the number of newborns, something which is bad for the economy. A large population provides the necessary manpower that leads to economic growth within a nation (Gomez & Hernandez, 2008, pp... ?The Immigration ...
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Neo-Malthusian Population Control
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...population holds that at some point in the future, with generational turnovers of humans, will outpace agricultural production. Based on the works of Thomas Malthus, this principle of population expresses cynicism about the future of human life. To avoid the Malthusian catastrophe, which results from an unchecked population, there seems to be a number of measures that a group or society can take. These measures usually involve government intervention in procreation as a form of population control. Celibacy, or sexual abstinence, struck Malthus as potentially an effective solution for solving the problem he himself diagnosed with human societies (Gilbert). As we should... The Malthusian theory of...
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The population of Kenya
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...Population Pyramid Graphs Source: United States Census Bureau Kenyas population dynamics between 2005 and 2015 has gone through changes. There has been a fall in the number of the crude birth rate from 40 to 26 births per 1000 population due to the availability of family planning methods that has in turn impacted on the age structure. Kenya’s natural increase has fallen from 29 % to 19 % due to improvement in life expectancy as the health services improve in the country (United States Census Bureau). Furthermore, there has been fall in migration as the country... Kenya Introduction Kenya is located in the eastern part of Africa covering an area of 582,650 square kilometers which is equal to 224,962...
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Population Growth and Control
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...Population Growth and Control Introduction This discussion on population growth will focus on the causes and solutions as well as the economic and environmental consequences of various policies. The analysis will also suggest policy recommendations for the assortment of different developing governments seeking to address their population problem. The first section of the discussion will concentrate on over population and describe the effects and consequences of this together with a theory to back up these points. The next section will look at how poverty relates to population growth...
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The Immigration and Refugee Protection Act 2002 in Canada
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...ageing population also translates into increased costs of care as a result of the disease burden that hit many ageing people (Serkan, 2003, p.293). Therefore, the country is usually faced with a dilemma in getting the right people to work in industries which drive the country’s economy (Gomez & Hernandez, 2008, pp.352-354). Another problem that is brought about by the ageing population is the fact that such people have a reduced fertility rate and this means that there is always a continued drop in the number of newborns, something which is bad for the economy. A large population provides the necessary manpower that leads to economic growth within a nation (Gomez... The Immigration and Refugee Protection ...
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Population Density and Noise
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...population, these parameters of territoriality have gained considerable adaptation in the modern world. It has been attributed to the fact that humans crave for a space to protect against intrusion leading to social and health problems. Instinctively individuals exhibit territorial practices and behaviors to protect their privacy. Thus primary territories are geared towards privacy than pubic and secondary territories. The state... ? The effects of population density and noise There is a phenomenal increase in population density of major regions in the world because of high birth rates. Population density is the extent of the number of populace in a unit area usually per square mile or kilometer...
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Population/ Environmental Impact
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...Population/environmental impact The impacts associated with overpopulation are severe, with depletion of resources being the first as the earth is only able to produce a certain amount of food and water, and thus is not being able to satisfy the current needs. A huge fraction of the damage on the environment that has been experienced in the last half a century is as a consequence of the increasing number of people on the globe. This has resulted in trees being cut down and wildlife being hunted in recklessly as well as increased degree of pollution that is leading to a host of other problems. The stakeholders who... Topic: Population/environmental impact Introduction Overpopulation is a negative...
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Discrete Population Growth
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...population of insects or other organisms belonging to just one species evolves in time, passing from one generation to another, the size of each generation will depend on the size of the generation preceding it. If a generation is very small in size, the size of the generation to follow can be expected to be much higher because there is still an abundance of readily available unclaimed resources in the population’s environment. It is, however, still limited by the small number of reproduction-ready individuals in the old generation. On the contrary, during a period of an extremely populous generation resources are brought to scarcity and life... and reproduction are made harder for individuals, leading to a decline in population numbers. These ideas are well reflected by modeling the situation with a function assuming low values on both ends of the range of argument, and high values in and around its center. The equation below is a simple example of this kind of model, using a variable parameter k to account for variable reproductive strength of different species and/or a given species in different environments. The equation predicts the size of (n+1)-th population pn+1 as a quantity considered dependent only on the size of n-th population pn: pn+1 = kpn(1-pn) [1] Using the program Grapher by R. Decker, the first 100 terms... _ ...
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Change in Population
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...population within a specific period in various counties in the United States. The change in population with respect to different age sets in the community. The demographics and the health statistics provided, depict the morbidity and mortality rates of the population in the community. It is imperative that the morbidity and mortality rates increase considerably with the changing times. This essay will focus on the impact of HIV/AIDS in Newton County. The demographics about Newton County show disparities in population in different age groups. The population as shown in the provided table... ? Community Paper Attempt 2 Introduction Community paper attempt 2 The statistics provided shows the change in...
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The Emotionally Abused Population
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...population, the significance of the problem and related health and social problems, the evaluation of any and all current strategies in regards to the breaking of the cycle of vulnerability including ethical implications of current strategies, as well as specific proposed community and public health nursing interventions in the different roles. By seriously addressing and analyzing each of these issues, not only will we be able to see the current state of the emotionally abused population, but as well will be able to better recognize and understand about the solutions that can be sought and hoped for in the future. The aim of this paper is to do this, as well... The Emotionally Abused Population: A...
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Career development special population
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...ageing workforces and shortages in the labor market. These issues have complex reasons, where trends like encouraging mature-age employees to retire early so that young people can get a place in the workplace are being witnessed in various countries globally, including the United States of America (Crompton & Harris, 1998). In cases where a mature-age worker is retrenched, Moore (2007) reports that the person’s unemployed state has a devastating financial impact in that they have limited chances of getting re-employed (p. 385). From the perspective of shortages in labor market and ageing population, most are discouraging the premature retirement of aged workers since there is a loss... Career...
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The Older Population
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...Population The Older Population The Population Association of America (PAA) started on December 1930 in New York University. The PAA was an outcome of the American National Committee of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP) that was formed in 1927. The Population Association of America (PAA) is the nonprofit organization that I decided to work with. The PAA is a nonprofit and professional organization. The organization is a reputable organization aimed at promoting, advancing and progressing of the human race. PAA does this through researching problems that are related to the human population in this case the older population. The PAA incorporates members... ? The Older...
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Population based nursing care
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...Population-based nursing care Population-based nursing care What is population-based care? Population-based care is referred to as the “managed care mantra” (Dalzell, 1998). The population-based approach has certain traits that characterize is as the approach employed for the early detection, prevention and treatment of the disease in the context of public health. These traits include educating the patients, delegation and the smart use of information systems for transforming grass-root activity into a more systematic, integrated scientific approach (Dalzell, 1998). According to Maurer and Smith (2005),...
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Health of Transgender Population
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...population of the of the Health of Transgender population Introduction Transgender population has been found dominant in various parts of the globe. While this population is not satisfied with the assigned sexual orientation, the sexual reassignment surgery has gained a lot of importance as one important solution towards the problem. The process of this surgery is not simple, and involves a lot of medically technical procedures, carried out by the most experienced surgeons in the field. This assignment has taken the sexual reassignment surgery in transgender population as its main focus, and discusses in detail, the procedure involved including the changes in gentiles... care. The concept of...
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Sociology Human Services Review 1200words or less - Materials Provided
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...Ageing and Aged Care p 77). In Australia, 13% of the population is within the 65-year old and above bracket as of June 30, 2006 or 2.7 million, more or less. Of this number 322,000 were 85 years old or above – the fastest growing sector of the aged citizens – and estimated to increase to 576,000 by the year 2021. The problem lies however in the fact that these citizens considered aged are quite diverse as only 3% of the 65 years or over are indigenous, 11% constituted the indigenous aged 50 years or over and, 35% of the 65 years old or over are overseas-born with 21% of...
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Impact of Uninsured Population
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...POPULATION In of the College Sharon Thompson - Place In partial fulfillment of the requirements for course name Instructor's Name Date Impact on Underinsured 2 The usual criteria for determining priorities for action include the number of people affected and their age, particularly above 55; the extent of individual suffering; the interventions available to improve quality of life of those affected; the cost per case of the intervention; and the total cost of helping everyone affected by the problem. These criteria reflect back to the emotional content of health care decisions, particularly those related to the margins of life... Impact on Underinsured Running head: IMPACT ON UNDERINSURED...
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Population and migration
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...Population and Migration The world’s mega cities are emerging from the huge mega-regions, which have become home to the growing population (Snarr & Snarr 8). The phenomena also referred to as the endless city, has inhabited an immense number of population of more than a hundred million. Mega-regions are not a passing occurrence, and enhance the economic growth because they benefit from the increased concentration of talented workers who are willing to invest vastly in the cities. Cities that which are polycentric and well managed have invested heavily in the infrastructure are able to contain problems that may arise upon a...
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Population Trends in China
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...Population Trends in China Introduction China has been documented as the world’s most populous country, with a population of about 3 billion, which is about a fifth of the world’s population. The rapid growth in population has become a concern to the government, such that it has introduced various measures to curb the rate of growth. China therefore is a good case study in population growth trends, its analysis and prediction. This paper concentrates on population trends in China between 1950 and 2008, and outlines various models that could be used to represent the data. A...
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Public health population process
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...Population Process: The Incidence and Prevalence of AIDS A. The annual incidence rate of AIDS among the US populationin 2009 was 11.2 per 100,000 persons in the population. B. The annual incidence rate of AIDS among Hispanics/Latinos in 2009 was 16.4 per 100,000 persons in the population. C. The prevalence rate of AIDS among the US based on data received through 2009 was 158.9 per 100,000 persons in the population. D. The prevalence rate of AIDS among Hispanic/Latinos based on data received through 2009 is 491.8 per 100,000 persons in the population. E. A comparison of the incidence and prevalence rate between the Hispanic/Latino population and the US population indicates... that the...
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Vulnerable Population and Healthcare
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...Population & Healthcare Vulnerable Population & Healthcare [Institute’s Vulnerable Population & Healthcare Vulnerability is a global phenomenon of susceptibility whereby individuals or communities are at greater risk of poor physical and social health than the average of the rest of the community. Vulnerability, as statistics reveal, can hit anyone at any point in his or her lives making them weak and in need for help. However, the recent development in social entrepreneurship and private sector has led to an expansion in the aid made accessible to all vulnerable groups in most countries of the world. Health care is therefore one of the most growing industries now... disease in which a...
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Population Impact on Environment
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...problems faced by China due to its highly populated land, as the story progresses in the book. The movie “Soylent Green” is a science-fiction movie which tells the story in the year 2022. The movie paints an appalling picture of the increasing population growth and shows the foot shortage, where the people have to line up to obtain their rations of food and water. The director Fleischer exhibits the depressing probability of future when people will be homeless living in streets, churches, shelters and stairwells, holding riots for food and water, performing acts of barbarism only to survive and the change of the society in itself. The director has chosen a very real... Population Impact on Environment...
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Population and Evironment
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...Population/ environment d April 16, 2008 At the moment, about 6.5 billion inhabit the globe of earth. 80% population is living in the poor part of world i.e. third world. The world food security is at stake according to the latest report of IMF and World Bank. The trend in the population growth is at peak in the poorest of the poor regions of the world i.e. Africa. Without immediate interventions, the disparity of life opportunities in the poor and rich people on this are would go unchecked. This will certainly result into the terrorism and destruction in the world. This bomb has been ticking since 1972 report, the Limits to Growth, when...
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Career development special population
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...ageing workforces and shortages in the labor market. These issues have complex reasons, where trends like encouraging mature-age employees to retire early so that young people can get a place in the workplace are being witnessed in various countries globally, including the United States of America (Crompton & Harris, 1998). In cases where a mature-age worker is retrenched, Moore (2007) reports that the person’s unemployed state has a devastating financial impact in that they have limited chances of getting re-employed (p. 385). From the perspective of shortages in labor market and ageing population, most are discouraging the premature retirement of aged workers since there is a loss... ? Career...
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Population Trends in Larids
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...problems would be avoided. Chapter 4 presents the findings of the Operation Seafarer (1969-1970), the Seabird Colony Register Census (1985-1987) and Seabird 2000 (1998-2002) are presented and data analysis of these results are discussed and analysed. Further, the author draws from the findings and further discussion to present reasons for the decline or increase of gull population. Finally, the conclusion of Chapter 4 presents a brief summarisation of the research followed by conclusions and recommendations based on the data presented. 2.0 Chapter 2 - Literature Review The following chapter presents first a brief overview and background of the three censuses used for the analysis... POPULATION ...
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Population environment debate
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...population rate and points out that several people are not even counted among the population of a nation. Hill sates that problems such as increase in rate of immigration and decrease in the rate of infant mortality and increase in the number of old aged people is an alarming point for US. One of the major elements in the debate of population and environment is that those who have resources in abundance should or shouldn’t share their resources and those who do not have resources should live with them or without them (Parker 2004). Garret Hardin an ecologist believes that the rich should not bare the burden of the poor... Population and Environment The debate concerning increase in population and...
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Vulnerable population-Mentally Ill
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...Aging is perhaps the most complicated part of a human life cycle since there is a need to preserve everything while it lasts. Getting old for some is never a problem, especially those who are confident enough that they have somebody to depend on in terms of their personal and physiological needs. This is true as well for elders that are physically healthy. However, it is not as easy as it is for elders who are in doubt as to who they can trust in handling their care, especially those who are suffering from an illness due to old age. One challenging illness of the aging is Alzheimer’s Disease or AD. According to Stanton (2001), Alzheimer’s disease... health care setting would provide the most...
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Population Growth and Resources
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...Population, 1). In many developing countries either the number of schools are very less or the number of teachers is very less. In many African and Asian countries the poverty doesn't allows the children to go to school; they are compelled to go to work. Schools in even the developed countries are facing the problems of population growth. As per the Population Growth and Education in US, "About 14 percent of schools exceed their capacity by six to 25 percent, and eight percent exceed it by more than 25 percent. To alleviate overcrowding, 36 percent of schools use portable classrooms, and one-fifth hold classes in temporary instructional... Population Growth and Resources Its amazing, the global...
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Community Population Health Issues
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...Population Health Issue It is arguably true that alcohol is one of the greatest addictive drugs in the world. Indeed, all nations are prone to and encounter health issues related to alcoholism (World Health Organization 10-11). My community is not an exception to this health issue. In fact, alcohol is the drug of choice in my community. Men and the youth are the dominant alcohol addicts in my community and this issue wages severe effects to children and women though the later only takes few amounts of alcohol as compared to men and the youth. My motivation to address this issue arises from the adverse effects that relate to alcohol intake in my community. These include... Alcoholism as a Community...
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