An Evaluation Will Be Deducted On The Health Inequalities Among Australians

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Throughout this essay an evaluation will be deducted on the health inequalities among Australians. Secondly, a further evaluation to appraise and identify the causes, scope and impact on the health and well-being of [the] individual (s), families and community. Thirdly, describe the paradigms and accountabilities that Government and non-Government Organisations [NGO] assume across community services and health sectors to improve the health and wellbeing of Australians. Additionally, reviewing the over-all health and wellbeing issues from service- operators and counselors to assist in the ongoing [future] development of better health-care for Australians. Finally, differentiate professional practices and reactions to appropriated community…show more content…
Secondly, a Position Statement from the Australian Medical Association points out various social determinants of health [standards and influences] for all Australians. For example: A persons’ socio-economic status will invariably be a defining foundation for an individuals’ state of health and wellbeing; stress – this can invariably due to psychological and social factors, and this can be damaging to the over-all health and wellbeing of a person; early causes i.e., teratogens. The influence of environmental agents can disturb the [healthy] development of a fetus (e.g., if the zygote is exposed to a teratogen, these factors can have a long-lasting effect on the cognitive development of a child (social and emotional), their family, and the ongoing health and welfare of mother and/ or carer. Furthermore, social inclusion or exclusion; the impact from people experiencing poverty will further disadvantage them from: seeking health care and consequently individuals/ families or communities become [more] susceptible to various diseases e.g., diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease [CVD], alcohol/ drug abuse and [other] psychosocial [issues], psychopathological disorders (e.g., depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, substance abuse, dementia and antisocial personality disorder); education – it is noted that people with lower levels of education have lower literacy skills, and this in part will also mean that a person is less likely to gain satisfactory employment, again, the
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