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by Martin S. Valins

Download Primary Health Care Centres: A Review of Current Trends and the Future Demands for Community-Based Health Care Facilities (Longman Building Studies) eBook
ISBN:
058209383X
Author:
Martin S. Valins
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Humanities
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English
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Longman Pub Group (July 1, 1993)
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Primary health care centres Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Primary health care centres from your list? Primary health care centres. Includes bibliographical references (p. 194-195) and index. Longman building studies.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

A county-based typology of the urban-rural continuum was employed to examine trends in the supply of nonfederal primary care physicians, specialist.

Incluye bibliografía e índice. A county-based typology of the urban-rural continuum was employed to examine trends in the supply of nonfederal primary care physicians, specialist. physicians, and osteopaths. All urban and rural areas gained physicians during the late 1970s and 1980s. Within nonmetropolitan areas, urbanized remote counties became more prominent centers of the physician supply.

Informationen zum Titel Primary Health Care Centres von Martin S. . Valins aus der Reihe Longman Building Studies Series The book sets out the principles for good design and illustrates these buildings types and with its use of case studies taken from the United Kingdom, Japan, United States, Sweden, Denmark and Finland. It discusses current trends and future directions and concludes with the design and economic factors which will shape future generations of architecture for primary health care.

Primary health care (PHC) addresses the majority of a person’s health needs throughout their lifetime. This includes physical, mental and social well-being and it is people-centred rather than disease-centred. PHC is a whole-of-society approach that includes health promotion, disease prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and palliative care

As primary health care improves with recent advances, a positive effect is seen on the population’s health, cost .

As primary health care improves with recent advances, a positive effect is seen on the population’s health, cost savings and health care disparities. Introduction The WHO Declaration of Alma-Ata represents a major step in the worldwide attention for primary care. At a time of financial and economic turmoil, health care needs and demand for public services will increase, colliding with austerity measures and privatisation policies (Kondilis et a. 2013). There are no easy solutions to create health care sustainability across and beyond Europe (Mamo, 2012).

Primary Health Care, or PHC refers to "essential health care" that is based on scientifically sound and socially acceptable methods and technology. It is through their full participation and at a cost that the community and the country can afford to maintain at every stage of their development in the spirit of self-reliance and self-determination

Primary Health Care is a new approach to health care, which integrates at the community level all the factors required .

Primary Health Care is a new approach to health care, which integrates at the community level all the factors required for improving the health status of the population. Concept of Primary Health Care. PHC is for all especially the needy. 1. Education concerning prevailing health problems and the methods of identifying, preventing and controlling them 2. Promotion of food supply and proper nutrition, an adequate supply of safe water and basic sanitation 3. Maternal and child health care including family planning 4. Immunization against major infectious diseases 5. Prevention and control of locally endemic diseases 6. Treatment of common diseases and injuries 7.

This presents a review of current trends and future demands for Primary Health Care Centres. A major shift is taking place away from the provision of large hospitals towards smaller, satellite facilities which are able to respond to, and be more accessible for local health requirements. This book addresses and illustrates the critical issues for buildings of this kind. It discusses the whole range of primary health care centres, from family doctors' surgeries to larger and more complex multi-facility medical centres. The book sets out the principles for good design and illustrates these buildings types and with its use of case studies taken from the United Kingdom, Japan, United States, Sweden, Denmark and Finland. It discusses current trends and future directions and concludes with the design and economic factors which will shape future generations of architecture for primary health care.