What Is Good Practice?

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Introduction: What is good practice? Good practice can be referred to as a collection over time of specific methods that produce results that are in accordance with the values of the principle of those practices. In other words, a good practice is simply a process or a way(s) of doing things that represents the most good enough way of reaching a specific goal. A good practice is not only a practice that is good, but a practice that has been proven to work well and produce positive results, and is therefore recommended as a guide. Some Judging requirement for good practice selections are as follows; a. Successful and Effective: A good practice is said to be successful and effective if it has proven its strategic relevance as…show more content…
Able to change and repeatable: a good practice should have the potential for response and should therefore be able to change to similar goal in different situations. g. Reducing serious problem risks/disaster: if applicable a good practice contribute to problem risks or disaster reduction resilience. Good practice in public health Good practice in public health involves a collection of specific methods that have effective results and help increase or show in a good way healthy living in the health sector. What is public health? Public health is "the science and art of preventing disease, lengthening life and promoting health service through an organized efforts and informed choices of society, organizations, public and private, communities and people. It is concerned with health of a country and threats to health based on population. The population in question can be as small as a handful of people, or as large as all the residents of several continents (for instance, in the case of a widespread disease). Public health is about improving wellbeing of people, community, living a satisfied and healthy live, is about impact our environment has on our health. An example of a good practice in public health Communication is the method of sharing of ideas and
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