Please find the attached the file above and proceed my assignment asap. I am thinking to do in Australian Aboriginal people focus (Adult group) in one of the local community or Areas of NSW ( use the specific community and the issues of the Indigenous people living there have significance from reports etc. in order for you to have chosen to address their health concerns.).
Reference can use from ABI, local council, Local government website.
Please do asap and send me draft and let you know If anything need to change.
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Running head: COMMUNITY NURSING
This paper analysis the Australian Aboriginal people focus (Adult group) to identify and address their health concerns. This paper describes about the chosen community that is Australian Aboriginal people and identifies the issues of the Indigenous people living. This paper also describes the Australian priorities for health around this selected community and planning a public health and health care program to address the priority health issue. It also describes the ways uses by nation to implementing the planned activities and tactics uses by nation to evaluate health outcomes.
Identify and introduce Aboriginal Australians community: Aboriginal Australians community defined as people those are member of the Aboriginal race of Australians (the island of Tasmania or mainland Australia). Aboriginal Australians communitywas struck by the British after colonizing began in Australia 1788. In the British slave colonies of North America and the Caribbean, the principle of partus sequitur ventrem was adopted to determine the children’s status from 1662that means children’s status based on their mother not father. If Aboriginal mother born child then it considered Aboriginal no matter their paternity. The Constitution of Australia had no references to Aboriginals.In the context of the population distribution, around one-third (32%) of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and youth lived in major cities, approx44% lived in regional Australia and about one-quarter (24%) lived in remote Australia. In addition, New South Wales had around 87,400 of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people that are highest of all other states and territories.
The Community Core: brief overall description:
In 2006, around 517,000 populations of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander in Australia that is the approx 2.5% of the total Australian population. Moreover, approx294,000children and young people of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanderin Australia that is around 4.2% of all Australian children and young peopleaged 0–24 years. In the total children and young people of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, around 263,700 (90%) identified as Aboriginal, approx17,300 (6%) identified as Torres Strait Islander and about 13,000 (4%) identified as both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander. The below picture indicates the key characteristics of population of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanderin Australia.
The community sub-systems:
Educational level or rate of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people continues improved as the people between (12-15 years) increased from 18% in 2002 to 22% in 2008. The below table indicates the young population percentage those completed highest year of school in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander.
In addition, the below graph also shown the younger Islander people were more likely than older people to have completed Year 12 in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander.
The below table indicates the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander around 40% people aged 25–64 years had attained a non-school qualification in 2008.
On the basis of above graph and tables, it can be predicted that higher levels of educational attainment in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people may impact on health by improving a person’s health-related knowledge and his or her ability to use this knowledge.
In addition, in 2008, around 65% people age group of 15–64 years were participating in the labor force in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander that is higher than 63% rate in 2002. It is less than Australian overall labor force rate of 79%. Moreover, 75% males in the labor force that is much higher than women rate 55%.
In 2009, females in the 20–24 year age group had the highest rate of fertility orbirths rate out of all age groups that is 152 births per 1,000 females in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander. In addition, in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, teenage fertility rate of females was six times (79 births per 1,000 females) than the non-Indigenous teenage fertility rate (13 births per 1,000 females). Furthermore, in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanderbetween 2005 to 2009,the number of deaths per 100,000 people in the 15–24 year age group was almost three times as high youth (115 deaths per 100,000) as it was for non-Indigenous youth compared with 41 deaths per 100,000).
2. Deciding On Priorities for Action
National Priorities for Health around This Community:
National priorities include:
Coordinates improvements in safety and quality in health care across Australia, including the promotion, support and encouragement of the implementation of safety and quality initiatives
National health targets for all district health boards
Specific priorities set out in the Minister’s letter of expectations
National Health Targets:
- Shorter stays in emergency departments
- Improved access to elective surgery
- Shorter waits for cancer treatment
- Better help for smokers to quit
- Increased immunization
- More heart and diabetes checks
Prominent Health Issues:
- Heart Disease
- Mental Health
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Influenza and Pneumonia
- Kidney Disease
List 5 issues in order of importance and state why you would priorities them in this way.
- Influenza and Pneumonia
3. Planning a Public Health and Health Care Programmeto Address the Priority Issue
This section discuses a health promotion strategy that can be used in this community to address the priority in an effective and proper manner. So, for the HIV/AIDS, I would like to create a healthy office as a health promotional strategy. This strategy is selected because it is about encouraging family physicians to be fitness role models.
Using this Approach to Health Promotion to Address Health Priority:
Most patients as of now view their own doctor as a good example, and they see doctors who rehearse sound individual practices as more believable and better ready to propel them to settle on solid way of life decisions. These doctors are likewise more prone to give wellness directing to their patients. Getting doctors included raises individual familiarity with wellness issues among office staff also and empowers all individuals from the practice to “walk the discussion,” roll out basic improvements in their own particular lives and impart their own excursions to patients. As doctors and staff individuals meet individual wellness objectives and consolidate the AIM-HI ideas and apparatuses, changes get to be apparent to patients. It can be useful to distinguish a champion to lead these endeavors in your practice.
That individual can encourage a beginning staff meeting to express the significance of individual wellness and the yearning to enhance wellness among doctors, staff and patients. Since all individuals from the practice will need to get tied up with the system, utilize a shared procedure. The practice may need to shape a board to help the champion in propelling and setting up this change. A few practices in the exploration gathering issued staff difficulties and made bolster groups to commence the project. They likewise made wellness achievement blurbs highlighting staff individuals who had accomplished huge turning points in coming to wellness objectives, for example, getting off pharmaceuticals, decreasing circulatory strain and glucose levels, shedding pounds and enhancing enthusiastic prosperity. Publications were set deliberately all through the center to fortify sound inside rivalry and ready patients to the new wellness society.
Specific outcomes to achieve through this strategy:
1. Re-orientate health and other public services
2. Create supportive environments for health
3. Reduce health inequalities
4. Improve health
5. Prevent and reduce disease
6. Reduce costs to the healthcare system.
How this approach would be effective:This approach would be more effective and appropriate because this would focus on the different health issues of the community. In addition to this, it would also encourage and aware the general public about the health issues in an effective and proper manner.
5. Evaluation of health outcomes
Re-orientate health and other public services:
- There will be a movement towards a national wellbeing administration which concentrates on advancing wellbeing, forestalling sick wellbeing and giving the best quality consideration to the individuals who oblige it, in the most proper setting.
- The advancement and viability of essential consideration will be fortified by enhanced limits in group profiling, needs evaluations, group investment and activation and the procurement of socially comprehensive administrations.
- An n proof based model for the aversion and administration of interminable ailment will be produced which measures execution and enhances results and patient fulfillment
Creating supportive environments for health:
- Full engagement in synergistic associations which are satisfactorily resourced and are routinely checked on regarding structure, capacity and viability
- The utilization of multi-strand ways to deal with advance and improve wellbeing and incorporate a blend of therapeutic, way of life, behavioral and social-natural methodologies
- The improvement of strengthening/engagement markers
- The assignment of sufficient assets to successfully address the more extensive determinants of wellbeing and social disparities
- The advancement of proof based projects and mediations, which incorporate vigorous checking and assessment measures
Reduce health inequalities:
- Improved interagency cooperation to address the social determinants of health and health inequalities
- Development of partnerships for health which will result in integrated planning in areas such as housing, public spaces, transport, etc.
- Increased involvement and participation of individuals and communities in identifying and addressing health needs and health inequalities
- The effective use of community development approaches to addressing lifestyle risk factors
- Increased capacity of health and social care agencies to promote health and address health inequalities, and in particular, to support the development of primary care teams
- Increased consideration of national and local health deprivation indicators and equality legislation within HSE service planning and delivery
- Development and utilization of specific information, data systems, tools and key performance indicators which provide reliable evidence to support more effective decision-making
- Monitoring and dissemination of evidence to support economic investment in health and the reduction of health inequalities
A standout amongst the most critical objectives of wellbeing administrations is to enhance wellbeing. The idea of wellbeing change is in light of the reason that wellbeing is something that can be made, and can, thusly, be progressed. This idea is best seen through an examination with malady construct approaches which concentrate in light of forestalling ailment. While malady aversion essentially addresses danger components that bring about individuals to end up sick, wellbeing change tries to advance wellbeing or wellbeing increase. Case in point, a cardiovascular malady counteractive action activity may focus on the individuals who are overweight through reassuring them to end up more dynamic, in light of the fact that diminishing weight and expanding movement levels are known not the rate of coronary illness. On the other hand, wellbeing change methodologies would overwhelmingly concentrate on a positive feeling of wellbeing, enhanced social association, and a more noteworthy feeling of control over one’s wellbeing that may come about because of being dynamic. In this way, health improvementplaces greater value on what Eriksson and Lindstrom (2008) call quality of life, rather than avoiding illness.
During the study of this paper, different kinds of new and innovative things about the health care systems are learned by me that would help me in my future to deal with such kinds of issues in an effective and significant manner. For example, this paper helped me about how to use health care promotional strategy in order to aware the people about the health. In addition to this, it is also learned by me that, in the current time, different types of health issues are faced by the community so these can be overcome by using innovative and significant strategies in an effective and significant manner. At the same time, this paper also helped me about how to deciding on priorities for action. Additionally, it is also noticed by me that, by using an effective and specific health promotional strategy, the effective health care outcomes can be achieved effectively. Finally, it can be said that, this paper improved my practical and theoretical knowledge about the role and importance of health care in todays more competitive and challenging business era.
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