A Good Standard Of Health, Welfare, And Social Class

1984 Words Aug 8th, 2015 8 Pages
Table of Contents
1 Summary 1
2 Introduction 2
2.1 Queensway Ward 2
2.2 Figure1 2
3 Capturing Neighbourhood Information 3
3.1 Methodology 3
4 Findings 4
4.1 Figure 2 4
4.2 Figure 3 4
4.3 Figure 4 5
4.4 Figure 5 5
4.5 Figure 6 6
4.6 Figure 7 6
4.7 Figure 8 7
5 Discussion 7
5.1 Deprivation 7
5.2 Education 8
5.3 Employment/Unemployment 9

1 Summary

2 Introduction
Within the Constitution of the World Health Organization (WHO) it declares that “The highest standards of health should be within reach for all, without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition” (WHO1946p2). Even as far back as 1946 it was clear that a good standard of health, welfare and social-class should be easily obtainable for all individuals without any discriminatory measures. In an age were medical, scientific and technological breakthroughs are advancing, the world is faced with determinates affecting health; whether in affluent societies or deprived societies.
2.1 Queensway Ward
The aim of this report is to investigate a chosen neighbourhood. Examining research and statistical data to develop an understanding about the factors which have detrimental effects on the health and wellbeing of individuals. Due to the limitations of the word count only two factors will be examined within this report, the chosen factors will be employment/unemployment and education. The neighbourhood chosen for this investigation is the ward of Queensway.…
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