AssignmentOfCommunityPhrmacy
 Submitted By:
 Muavia Sarwar (12)
 Awais Asghar (74)
 Imran Ali (60)
 Aurangzeb (83)
 ...
DedicatedToCommunityPharmacy….
CONTENTS
Preventive Health
Care
Expanded
Programm on
Immunization
Centre For Disease
Control
• National Health Policy
PREVENTIVE HEALTH
 Definition:
Preventive health care involves:
 Measures taken to identify and minimize risk
factors fo...
LEVELSOF PHC
There are three levels of prevention
 Primary
 Secondary
 Tertiary
Primary level of Preventive Health Care
 It is early recognition and prevention of
disease and important part of health c...
Secondary Level of Preventive Health Care
 It is directed towards those in whom disease
has already developed.
 It also ...
Tertiary Level Of Preventive Health Care
 It is the early identification of high risk
individuals prone to major life thr...
ImportanceOfPreventiveHealthMeasures:
 Following are some important preventive
health measures one must adopt in personal...
• Daily consumption of aspirin to prevent
heart attack and stroke above age of 40.
• Routine breast cancer screening in wo...
EPI
Definition:
 The Expanded Program on Immunization is
aWorld Health Organization program with
the goal to make vaccines av...
EPI DISEASES
 The overall objective of the EPI is reduction of mortality
and morbidity from the following nine EPI diseas...
Introduction:
 CDC is the national public health
institute of United States.
 It is a federal agency under the
Departmen...
Goals/Aims:
 To promote public health and safety through the
control & prevention of disease, injury and disability.
It e...
DiseaseswithwhichCDCis involved:
Influenza:
 The CDC has launched campaigns targeting
the transmission of influenza , inc...
Other Infectious Diseases:
 The CDC provides information on other
infectious diseases like small pox,measles,
and other.
Non-Infectious Diseases:
 The CDC also combats non-infectious
diseases including obesity etc.
CDC’s Role:
 Taking the health pulse of our nation
 Detecting and responding to new and
emerging health threats.
 Putti...
National Health Policy:
Definition:
 Health policy is defined as those actions of
the government and other actors in soci...
Vision:
Vision of NHP is :
1. To provide efficient , equitable and effective
services that is acceptable ,accessible and
a...
GOAL:
 Goal of National Health Policy is to improve
the health status of the people of Pakistan.
Objectives:
1. To enhance coverage and access of essential
health services especially for the poor.
For example:
 Primary...
 Measureable reduction in the burden of
disease especially among vulnerable
segments of population e.g.
 Polio eradicati...
 Strengthening of health system with focus
on available resources including
maintenance of database and training
 To ens...
Thank you
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Preventive Health(Immunization, Vaccination, Prevention of disease

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. AssignmentOfCommunityPhrmacy  Submitted By:  Muavia Sarwar (12)  Awais Asghar (74)  Imran Ali (60)  Aurangzeb (83)  Shoaib Nawaz (91)  Israr Ul Haq (46)  Mehtab Saeed (102-09)  Waqas Haider (63)  Atta ur Razzaq(50)
  • 2. DedicatedToCommunityPharmacy….
  • 3. CONTENTS Preventive Health Care Expanded Programm on Immunization Centre For Disease Control • National Health Policy
  • 4. PREVENTIVE HEALTH  Definition: Preventive health care involves:  Measures taken to identify and minimize risk factors for disease,  Improve the course of an existing disease and  screening for early detection of disease.
  • 5. LEVELSOF PHC There are three levels of prevention  Primary  Secondary  Tertiary
  • 6. Primary level of Preventive Health Care  It is early recognition and prevention of disease and important part of health care because it detects disease at the initial and curable stage thereby preventing complications and co-morbidities.  It focuses to prevent disease among healthy people.
  • 7. Secondary Level of Preventive Health Care  It is directed towards those in whom disease has already developed.  It also aims on health promotion ,modification of the individual’s social circumstances and lifestyles so that their health is improved and secondary disease is prevented.
  • 8. Tertiary Level Of Preventive Health Care  It is the early identification of high risk individuals prone to major life threatening illness like heart diseases and cancer.  It helps in taking timely , precautionary lifestyle modifications measures or treatment which reduces the disability associated with the disease.
  • 9. ImportanceOfPreventiveHealthMeasures:  Following are some important preventive health measures one must adopt in personal life:  Immunization of Children  Eat a proper ,balanced diet.  Avoid excess consumption of meat products.  Routine checkup of hypertension or blood pressure.
  • 10. • Daily consumption of aspirin to prevent heart attack and stroke above age of 40. • Routine breast cancer screening in women above age 50. There are 4 things you can do immediately without any medical knowledge: 1. Don’t smoke or use other tobacco products 2. Eat a proper , balanced diet 3. Exercise at least three days per week 4. See your doctor(also pharmacists) regularly for check ups and guidance.
  • 11. EPI
  • 12. Definition:  The Expanded Program on Immunization is aWorld Health Organization program with the goal to make vaccines available to all children throughout the world.  It is a disease prevention activity aiming at reducing the illness, disability or mortality from childhood disease preventable by immunization.
  • 13. EPI DISEASES  The overall objective of the EPI is reduction of mortality and morbidity from the following nine EPI diseases by offering immunization services: 1. Poliomyelitis 2. NeonatalTetanus 3. Measles 4. Diphtheria 5. Whooping cough 6. Hepatitis-B 7. Hib Pneumonia 8. Meningitis 9. ChildhoodTB
  • 14. Introduction:  CDC is the national public health institute of United States.  It is a federal agency under the Department of health and human services.
  • 15. Goals/Aims:  To promote public health and safety through the control & prevention of disease, injury and disability. It especially focuses on  infectious diseases  Food borne pathogens  Environmental health  Occupational safety and health  Health promotion  Injury prevention and  Educational activities designed to improve the health of citizens.
  • 16. DiseaseswithwhichCDCis involved: Influenza:  The CDC has launched campaigns targeting the transmission of influenza , including the H1N1 swine flu.  CDC has launched websites including flu.gov to educate people.
  • 17. Other Infectious Diseases:  The CDC provides information on other infectious diseases like small pox,measles, and other.
  • 18. Non-Infectious Diseases:  The CDC also combats non-infectious diseases including obesity etc.
  • 19. CDC’s Role:  Taking the health pulse of our nation  Detecting and responding to new and emerging health threats.  Putting science and advanced technology into action to prevent disease.  Promoting healthy and safe behaviors, communities and environments.  Training the public health workforce including disease detectives.
  • 20. National Health Policy: Definition:  Health policy is defined as those actions of the government and other actors in society that are aimed at improving the health of population.  Ideally there is a cycle of policy formulation , its implementation and assessment.
  • 21. Vision: Vision of NHP is : 1. To provide efficient , equitable and effective services that is acceptable ,accessible and affordable 2. To support people and communities to improve their health status. 3. To focus on addressing social and health inequalities.
  • 22. GOAL:  Goal of National Health Policy is to improve the health status of the people of Pakistan.
  • 23. Objectives: 1. To enhance coverage and access of essential health services especially for the poor. For example:  Primary and secondary health care facilities.  Availability of staff especially female staff.  Out reach workers e.g.Vaccinators , Sanitary workers and malaria inspectors etc.  Family Planning
  • 24.  Measureable reduction in the burden of disease especially among vulnerable segments of population e.g.  Polio eradication  EPI  National HIV and AIDS control programs  To provide free of cost treatment to the poor and under privileged population.
  • 25.  Strengthening of health system with focus on available resources including maintenance of database and training  To ensure implementation and monitoring of minimum standards.  Publication of reports of public health expenditure. For Example: Annual progress report via media  To improve evidence based policy making and strategic planning in the health sector.
  • 26. Thank you

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