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Globalization of Nursing Practice
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Globalisation of nursing practice Poor health reduces the longevity and makes one’s life lesser, this means that the period of earning will be very short. This will lead to low earnings on one’s life. Poor health makes people to be absent from work most of the times or on the other hand, one may fail completely to go for work.
This is evidenced in Savitha’s case where she sought for treatment for unlicensed doctor, to a practitioner then to main hospital for two weeks. During this period, she spent $20 on transport and medical services and at the same time she lost $20 of her income as she did not work. Her poor health negatively impacted on her income (Jones & Barlett Learning). Savitha’s poor health decreased her own productivity. By being ill, it means that Savitha drew more attention to her sickness. This shows that most of the time and dedication she gave to her work was diverted towards addressing of her illness. This will in turn be reflected by being less productive in her work. From the case, it is evident that she lost two weeks away from work while seeking for treatment. She took this action because she felt that she was ill, thus unhealthy. The condition of being unhealthy and missing for work made her less productive. This case shows that, by being unhealthy, Savitha became less productive. The difference of the health of some cultures such as Savitha’s and the health of American culture can be explained in terms of health and equity and health expenditures and outcomes of these cultures. ...
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