The findings of this study enhance the understanding of the topic under study by exemplifying key features of a universal healthcare plan.
Marconi, V. et al. (2010). Outcomes of highly active antiretroviral therapy inthe context of universal access to healthcare: theU.S. Military HIV Natural History Study. Aids Research and Therapy, 7, 14-23.
The researchers endeavored to investigate the outcomes of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) in individuals with free access to healthcare. The participants off the study were military personnel and beneficiaries with HIV infection. The study found out that free access to healthcare improved the response to HAART and thus there was reduced mortality and morbidity.
Rashford endeavored to elucidate whether universal healthcare system is right for the United States. The U.S is amongst the developed counties without a proper universal healthcare plan. Whilst the implementation of universal healthcare plan in the U.S is a plausible feat, progress will not be achieved unless al facets in the society are involved.
The study gives a good example for comparison between countries with healthcare plans and those without the plan. The study supports the topic under study by elucidating the importance of a universal healthcare plan.
Taiwan is one of the many countries in the Asian continent that have implemented a universal healthcare plan. The researchers aimed at evaluating the rationale and achievements of the program so far, financial crisis and political interference.
Woodman, J. Brandon, M., Bailey, S., Sidebotham, P., and Gilbert, R. (2011). Healthcare use by children fatally or seriously harmed by child maltreatment: analysis of a national case series 2005–2007. Archives of Disease in Chldhood, 96(3), 270-275.
The researchers conducted the study to determine antecedent patterns of healthcare use by children fatally or seriously harmed by maltreatment. Children who are victims of