This disease is waterborne and can be transferred if in contact with somebody affected by it. Evidence has shown that communication and its traditions have altered throughout the years. Historical timeline[ edit ] The following are some of the key events in the development of health communication as a formal discipline since the s.
Communication is an enigma that is detrimental to the healthcare world and to the resulting health of a patient. One of the most severe and increasing problems among women in India, resulting in higher mortality rates.
This is especially so given the information gaps in the health sector which make it difficult for individual to make reasoned choices. Infrastructure is also poorly maintained.
In urban areas, however, Western-style clothing has become the norm, especially for males. Dengue and chikungunya transmitted by Aedes mosquitoes, is another problem of concern in India.
Because leather is considered unclean, shoes are always taken off before entering a temple.
The traditional form of greeting is the namaste, where the hands are neatly folded together in a prayer-like gesture. Hand washing for preventing diarrhoea.
To add to the poor sanitary conditions, the population load is increasing each day.
Understanding the audience for the information is critical to effective delivery. Majra JP, Gur A. Existing health promotion and education programmes should be made more effective and geared toward achieving behavior changes needed to improve hygiene. With the times changing, most ladies do not use silk cloth, but rather synthetic fabrics.
Cotton Mather, a political leader, used pamphlets and speeches to promote inoculation of smallpox. These priorities are particularly important because of issue of water constraints, environment-related health problems, rapid population growth, inequitable distribution of water resources, issues related to administrative problems, urbanization and industrialization, migration of population, and rapid economic growth.
India does not have the provision of clean water and food in many areas, especially the rural parts. This is especially true if this person is a foreigner or somebody who is foreign to the caste system or family.A study published in The Lancet Planetary Health suggests that India’s high levels of air pollution have a hand to play in the country’s emerging diabetes.
HEALTH CARE IN INDIA - VISION ISSUES AND PROSPECTS R. Srinivisan INTRODUCTION Key linkages in health Health and health care need to be distinguished from each other for no better. Over the years we have worked on scores of projects involving outsourcing projects to India and our brief is always the same – to try to make the interface between the India outsourced operation.
Another major cause for common health issues in India is the pollution. Pollution of air, water and soil has affected the health of many citizens. Airborne diseases are mainly caused because of polluted air. Health issues confronted by rural people are many and diverse – from severe malaria to uncontrolled diabetes, from a badly infected wound to cancer.
Postpartum maternal illness is a serious problem in resource-poor settings and contributes to maternal mortality, particularly in rural India. . Emerging Issues in Health Communication and Health Information Technology.
During the coming decade, the speed, scope, and scale of adoption of health IT will only increase. Social media and emerging technologies promise to blur the line between expert and peer health information.Download