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What elements are included in maslows hierarchy of needs
Physiological needs, safety needs, social needs, esteem needs, self actualization.
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What are the factors affecting health?
Invidividual factors, behaviour and lifestyle factors, social network, social issues.
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What is primary care?
Gp's, walk in centres, NHS direct, opticians, dentist, pharmacies
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What is secondary care?
emergency and urgent care, acute trusts, NHS trusts and foundation trusts, ambulance trusts, care trusts, mental health trusts
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what are the population patterns?
declining fertility rate, older population, changing role of women, work force decreasing, age of work force changing, advances in medicine, declining mortality rate
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What are the implications on society?
Older workforce, increaded demand and cost for social and health care, more dependancy on working population, increased need for housing, influence on culture, shortage of young people, greater mobility, old age of working force, increased poverty
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what are the implications on individuals?
increased life expectancy, greater need for health care, more people living alone, increased retirement age, increased ownership of goods and demand for services
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what are the implications on the family
smaller families, fewer primary schools, changes to caring roles
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