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PBH101 (11)

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Knowledge on the important health sector program of health services in Bangladesh

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PBH101 (11)

  1. 1. Topic: Knowledge on the important health sector program of health services in Bangladesh Submitted to – Dr. Amzad Ali Department of public health, North South University NORTH SOUTH UNIVERSITY
  2. 2. Introduction Health is one of the fundamental rights of human being . Therefore health , population and nutrition are among the most urgent development issues of the Government of Bangladesh .Government has a constitutional obligation to ensure public health to all citizens.
  3. 3. What is sector? A sector is defined as a coherent set of activities at micro,meso and macro levels within clearly defined institutional and budgetary frameworks for which the government has formulated a specific policy  Here we have three important health sector program of health services in Bangladesh: 1.Health 2.Population 3.Nutrition
  4. 4. Sector program of health services in Bangladesh  Health -Maternal,Neonatal,Child Reproductive and Adolescent health -CDC,NCD,Climate change -Community Clinic  Population -Population control -Family planning  Nutrition -National nutrition service -Food safety
  5. 5. Example MOHFW is responsible to ensure basic health care to the people of the country  MOHFW is the sector leader as;  It provides most of the HNP services  IT manages & coordinates services of non-govt. & private sector.
  6. 6. Topics: Prevention Submitted to – Dr. Amzad Ali Department of public health, North South University NORTH SOUTH UNIVERSITY
  7. 7. Introduction What is Prevention? •The action of stopping something from happening or arising. •The prevention is achieved through the application of multiple strategies. It’s an ongoing process that is related to reach emerging generation.
  8. 8. Levels of Prevention
  9. 9. •Prevention of the development of risk factors in countries or population groups in which they have not yet appeared. Example: Prevention of smoking in childhood. Primary prevention Primordial prevention • Prevention refers to action taken before occurren of disease. • Example:  Pregnancies prevented by contraception program  Vaccination.
  10. 10. •Action which halts the progress of a disease at its incipient stage and prevents complications. Example: screening test. Routine blood pressure checkup. Tertiary prevention Secondary prevention •It is used when the disease process has advanced beyond its early stages. Example. patient support groups. Stroke rehabilitation programs.
  11. 11. Conclusion In order to prevent disease, we need to increase professional doctors as well as medicine facilities. Finally I can say that by taking these upward measures , we can reduce health problem and make a disease free world.
  12. 12. Thank You Presentation By, Raaz Arif

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