Diploma In Community Health & Development
Community health & development is the convergence of health care services, economics and social responsibilities. People residing in a particular reason more or less share similar kind of health risks and social and economic conditions.
It is a medical practice which focuses on people’s well-being in a particular geographical area. This essential public health sector covers programs to help neighborhood members in protecting and improving their health, deter the transmission of infectious diseases, and plan for natural disasters. For example a community may be exposed to pollutants from a nearby factory or waste dumping site or ground water contaminants.
These professionals working in urban areas identify how the populations are impacted by factors related to social and economic status; like poverty, nutrition, water source, war, crime, and transport services. They also decide how the health and education services of the community relate to the lives of people and what changes are needed.
If you want to make a big difference in the lives of other people, join this course!