Report 1000 words paraphrase and re-write
Please use all the references
· Introduction: Explore a specific health topic (up‐to‐date & focused information on the extent of the
problem, effect, and initiatives, etc.); assess the need for targeted health promotion 500 words
· Intervention (include descriptive title): Devise your intervention, to include:
· Aim – With reference to the situation, state what you want your intervention to achieve
· Target Group – Explain the client population at which the intervention is directed. These
might be people who are at risk (e.g. school child or elderly person) or those who have
influence over the health of others (parents, carers)
· Design – Explain the product/activity & method of delivery; justify the suitability to the
target group 160 words
· Impact – Predict the proposed benefits to the situation (specific person/group and
perhaps to the wider society) 100 words
· Rationale: Offer the reasons for involving Radiographers in, and/or using Imaging Departments 100 words
· Conclusion: 100 words
Could you please write the conclusion
Osteoporosis is a skeletal condition characterized by decreased density (mass/volume) of normally mineralized bone. The reduced bone density leads to decreased mechanical strength, thus making the skeleton more likely to fracture.(Glaser.1997)
The definition of osteoporosis includes bone strength and fragility. • Factors other than bone mineral density contribute to bone strength and resistance to fracture.(Laura.2001)
As the average age of the Scottish population rises, demand for NHS services
among older people will also increase. Unless more is done to prevent long-term
conditions which predominantly affect older people, the Scottish Government will
need to commit more resources to treatment and care.(scot.2018).
NATIONAL OSTEOPOROSIS SOCIETY said Men and women with osteoporosis have bones that are fragile and susceptible tofracture. These debilitating fractures are known as ‘fragility fractures’. They are often
the result of low-impact bumps or falls – incidents which would not result in fractures
for people with healthy bones – and usually happen from a standing height or less.
People with severe osteoporosis can suffer fractures while doing things as simple as
turning over in bed. It is because of the impact that fragility fractures have on people
that we seek to improve the way in which osteoporosis is prevented, diagnosed and
treated. (NATIONAL OSTEOPOROSIS SOCIETY.2017)
. the fragility fractures it causes are most common in people over the age of 50. They are not, however, an inevitable part of growing old. A healthy lifestyle and bone protecting treatments – prescribed when a person has been diagnosed with osteoporosis – can reduce their risk of suffering a fragility fracture by up to a half. 4. 250,000 people in Scotland currently have osteoporosis .In the UK, 1 in 2 women and 1 in 5 men will suffer a fracture at some point after the age of 50, mainly because of poor bone health. 5. Fragility fractures are hugely expensive to treat and care for and are growing in prevalence: each year, Scotland spends £192 million treating and caring for people with hip fractures. Between 1998/99 and 2007/08: The number of men admitted to hospital for a hip fracture increased by 39% The number of women admitted to hospital for a hip fracture increased by 8% The overall rise for both men and women was 15% The number of bed days attributed to hip fractures increased by 12%. 6. Projections show that on current trends, by 2036 there could be as many as 19,000 hospital admissions for hip fracture a year in Scotland – this would be an increase of 43% on 2008 admissions. 2 7. The number of bed days attributed to hip fractures will rise sharply; in Scotland, they will increase by 13% between 2008 and 2036. If we do not take steps now to improve the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care of osteoporosis, the number of people affected by fractures will rise steeply in just a few years – the cost of treating and caring for hip fractures in Scotland could top £835million by 2036. (scot.2018).
Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS)is a settings-based health promotion approach which aims to support the development of a health promoting culture and embed effective health improvement practice within NHS Scotland.
The Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS) concept is that ‘every healthcare contact is a health improvement opportunity’.(knowledge.scot.nhs,2018)
health promotion strengthens the skills and capabilities of individuals to take action, and develops the capacity of groups, communities, organisations and institutions to act collectively to exert control over the determinants of health. Over the last few years there has been a move, across Scotland, to integrate health promotion into the work of all healthcare providers(nhslothian,2017)
The Society of Radiographers (SoR) Said that Radiographers, assistant practitioners, students and trainees, researchers, managers and educators all have a part to play in undertaking health promotion activities for the benefit of patients.( sor.2018)
Suffering from symptoms of osteoporosis or you age above 50 years old please talk to one of our radiographer in radiology department for help, support and advice
people over the age of 50 who are attending in radiology department for any reason such as to do the radiology exam for Their self or with families or friend and worried about osteoporosis our radiographer can help to answer their questions and give advice. Therefore, radiographer can guide them if they seeking for additional information or treatment about osteoporosis
people over the age of 50 who are looking for information, assistance and guidance about osteoporosis from radiographers in radiology department
The poster will be placed on the waiting area of the radiology department
The poster can enhance detract from the clarity of the message.(Bach.1993)
Which can people over the age of 50 to read it and ask radiographer for further support and advice if needed
Patient satisfaction can also be improved if patients are encouraged to express their ideas, concerns, and expectations(.southuniversity,2018)
Posters contain names, addresses and websites of services that related to osteoporosis that can assists and support for people over the age of 50. They also can connect directly with health providers
Radiographers would have the opportunity to attend a osterpeosis course, providing them with current up to date knowledge and resources to help aid them deliver the intervention to its full potential.
The most important thing is that healthcare professionals have higher standards than most professions because they are dealing with the dignity of patients and their ability to be healed(.southuniversity,2018)
The benefits of radiographers providing advice and support people over the age of 50 This helps to detect if thay have the osteopeosisi also directed to the correct services they require .
Given the importance of patient participation in healthcare decision making which empowers patients and improves services and health outcomes.(Vahdat,2014)
Patients gain knowledge of their health conditions, treatment plans, or health care access through providers, communities, or policy interventions. Research suggests that after gaining knowledge, patients are more likely to develop confidence With confidence, patients can be motivated and gain self-determination abilities, such as the ability to communicate with their providers, and express their health concerns and preferences(Chen,2016).
The woman patient who are above 50 years old attend to the radiology department for any reason can see the poster and the radiographer can educat thae patient about osteoporosis and give support and guidance so, after visting the department leave the department with a clearer outlook and the correct people to contact.
ensure services are advertised to patients, including notification on practice websites, notices in local urgent care services and publicity into the community, so that it is clear to patients how they can access these appointments and associated service.(England.nhs,2018)