Journal Highlights

  • Public Health

    Public health in its very core means to market health and quality of life by preventing and controlling disease, injury, and disability. Public Health’s mission is to make the conditions within which individuals are often healthy. Public health practitioners are mainly nurses and doctors running screening programmes, local residents campaigning f...

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  • Epidemiology

    Epidemiology can be defined as the study of how diseases are spread in the public and the factors that affect or control this spreading. It can also be defined as a key facet of public health practice. The area aims to provide the intrusion of disorders and to popularize the health of human beings. The basic regions of trained medical specialty acc...

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  • Healthcare

    Primary care and public health are often devised as two bodies providing complementary services within the health system. This review aims to better interpret how the two sectors interrelate by connecting their shared functions, and by linking organizational prototypes that could enable the interaction between the two domains. Public health may be ...

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  • Population and Community Health

    Community health is the part of medicine which is concerned with the health of the whole population and the prevention of disease from which it suffers. It does this by making a community identification of which diseases are major and which can be averted, and then acceptable control programmes are arranged. The difficulty of how to do this emerges...

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  • Community Health Nursing

    Public health nursing anchors on the health of complete populations or communities. PHN services are provided to personnel and families within the surroundings of the health of the larger community. Public health nursing expertise is in the promotion and protection of health and the prevention of disease. They understand that the health of human be...

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  • Health & Safety

    Health is a condition of comprehensive physical, mental and social well?being and not only an absence of disease or fragility. Health can also be defined as a condition or quality of the human organism expressing the adequate functioning of the organism in given conditions, genetic or environmental. Thus Health means no obvious evidence of disease ...

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  • Family Medicine

    Family medicine is explained as that specialty of medicine which is focused with providing complete care to human beings and families and amalgamating biomedical, natural and social sciences. As an academic regulation, it incorporates total health care services, education and research. A family doctor is a physician who is a expertly trained to del...

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  • Epidemiological Case Studies

    Epidemiology is that the study of the distribution and determinants of disease and therefore the application of this data to the prevention and control of health problems. Epidemiologists view disease mainly at the public level, reporting its incidence and regularity, secular trends, geographic collection, and other patterns. An epidemiological inv...

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  • Infection & Epidemiology

    Infectious diseases mean illnesses caused by germs (such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi) that enter the body, multiply, and should cause an infection. Some infectious diseases are contagious (or communicable), that is, spread from one person to a different . Other infectious diseases are often spread by germs carried in air, water, food, or soil. ...

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  • Clinical Epidemiology

    Clinical epidemiology has its application within the resolution of treatment and management of diseases, contributing the identification of risk factors to sure sicknesses and being to this point the elemental part of substantial medicine, and for that it becomes important the teaching of clinical epidemiology, for it will aid in the education of p...

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  • Disease & Vaccines

    An enormous sort of organisms exist, including some which may survive and even develop within the body of individuals or animals. If the organism can cause infection, it's an infective agent . Infectious agents which cause contamination and sickness are called pathogens. Diseases produced by pathogens, or the toxins they produce, are infectious dis...

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  • Maternal & Child Health

    The right to health requires countries to take a position in maternal and child health. Progress in maternal and child health depends on improvements during a range of areas both within and beyond the health sector. Women and youngsters are entitled to the very best attainable standard of health: this necessarily includes access to adequate health ...

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  • Mental Health

    Mental/ Psychological health is described by WHO as a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is in a position to form a contribution to his or her community. In this positive sense psychological state is that the foundation f...

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  • Public Health Reports

    The field of health policy and systems research (HPSR) has demonstrated an interesting maturation over the past 20 years. The number of publications and the numbers of researchers engaged in HPSR have all grown substantially during recent years. In this chapter we seek to explain why and how this growth has occurred. Clearly one of the key factors ...

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