upper class is portrayed by the executives of the Hardie company that make decisions that directly affect the income and working conditions of the factory workers, the working class. In ‘Devil’s Dust’, the story suggests the link between dust and its health effects were suspected by the workers, but they were limited in what action they could take because their livelihoods depended on their jobs. As one of the employees of the factory says: “there’s a lot of money going out, but not much coming in”.
compared to white Americans. The onset of chronic illness in minorities is usually earlier than in whites. Moreover, the minorities are likely to endure from obesity which can lead to diabetes and health problems that will go unreported to their healthcare practitioner. Minorities are also not likely to seek health-related treatments, and are often excluded from drug research. There are other factors such as; poverty, unemployment, poor education, discrimination, stereotyping and poor healthcare that contribute
to caseworks capacity to improve the field of human services. In this essay it is argued that case management models are fundamental to the efficacy of human services delivery in a contemporary and a prudent manner. Six main arguments are presented that discuss the case management models for the aged care and child protection sectors. First a discussion that describes the person-centred model that case workers use in the aged care sector. Research shows that person-centred approaches whilst important
SEXUAL HEALTH AMONGST INDIGINOUS AUSTRALIANS In Australia, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people experience sexual health inequalities when compared to the rest of the population. They are over-represented in notifications of sexually transmissible infections and viral hepatitis (Kirby Institute 2013) and have higher rates of teenage pregnancy (Li, Hilder and Sullivan, 2012). Sexual health according to WHO (2002) is not limited to absence of disease and dysfunction, it also refers to a state
Women’s conferences taken places round the world with nation states promoted their agendas (UN Women).their statistic has shown that women and girls are the most vulnerable with regard to the distribution of resources from health education and, economic activities. This essay will seek to address these major gaps in Iran and what is the Islamic republic doing to narrow these gender gaps. The role played by women and men, in the Iranian institutions has leads to serious consequences such as underdevelopment