Health and Social care - health promotion

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  • Health promotion
    • Aims of health promotion
      • To prevent illness
      • To increase physical fitness
    • Benefits to individual
      • More money available
  • Approaches to health promotion
    • Health promotion
      • Aims of health promotion
        • To prevent illness
        • To increase physical fitness
      • Benefits to individual
        • More money available
    • Educational / Behavioural
  • Make people aware of health issues
    • Biomedical
      • Approaches to health promotion
        • Educational / Behavioural
    • Societal
      • Eg; Ban on smoking in public places
    • Eg; Leaflets, tv adverts articles in magazines
      • EG; immunisation, smear tests, breast screening
        • Biomedical
        • Eg; Ban on smoking in public places
        • better role model
          • Make new friends
            • Improved fitness
              • Better breathing
                • Better health
                  • Increase in confidence + self esteem
                    • less likely to develop cancer
                      • Benefits to society
                        • Healthier population
                          • Benefits to society
                          • Reduce cost to NHS
                            • reduce number of deaths +injuries
                              • Average life expectancy may rise
                                • reduce cancer statistics
                                  • Government decisions, laws made, population as whole rather than individuals
                                    • Societal
                                    • Medical, ,specialised
                                      • To increase awareness by giving information to people/ aim to encourage individuals to change behaviour

                                        Comments

                                        Sam Morran

                                        A nice summary - good starting point for further development.

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