During my time at University of Maryland-Baltimore I plan to concentrate as a Macro student with a specialization in Health. I have always had an interest in the impact of communities and policies within the mental health population. This opportunity will give me incite on social services and mental health programs in the country of India and how they are implemented for change. I would like to gain knowledge on how the communities in this culture take action and raise awareness about mental health. According to statistics available with the Kerala Mental...
... middle of paper ...
...f resources. Social Workers, Nurses, and Public Health professionals play a role in mental health. The practice of each professional should be valued equally and able to share all knowledge in order to contribute to patient/clients outcomes. This collaboration as a student will help me to understand my own professional identity while gaining an understanding of other professional roles on a health care team. It said that today’s patients now have a lot of complex health needs. The inter-professional aspect of this project will help me in my long term career to be able to work with other professionals and come to a common goal of restoring and improving individual’s needs. It will provide me with the ability to share skills and knowledge between professions and allow for better understanding, shared values, and respect for the roles of other healthcare professionals.
Need Writing Help?
Get feedback on grammar, clarity, concision and logic instantly.Check your paper »
- Visiting Europe has been a long dream for me, especially visiting Italy. Italy has fascinated for as long as I can remember. Italian history and culture has always been intriguing to me ever since I learned about the Roman Empire in elementary school. I’ve always had Rome as my number one place I want to visit in the world. However, due to my financial status, I never had the chance to go to outside any country except the United States and my native country, Peru. Being in college has given me the opportunity to study abroad in a place I’ve always dreamed of.... [tags: Roman Empire, Ancient Rome, Italy, Rome]
1025 words (2.9 pages)
- Introduction Everyone receiving income in the United States and some U.S. citizens living abroad, who meet a minimum income threshold are required to complete and file a federal income tax return prepared in accordance with a complex set of Federal codes (Internal Revenue Service [IRS], 1974; Pubication 17 [Pub.17], 2015). This tax preparation model relies upon the principle-agent theory to ensure taxpayer participation. In this system, the government, as the principle, requires the taxpayer, as the agent, to voluntarily submit a compliant return.... [tags: Taxation in the United States]
913 words (2.6 pages)
- Originally medical tourism referred to traveling patients from underdeveloped countries to more developed countries in the pursuit of treatments not yet available in their homeland. Today medical tourism has expanded to a destination with the main purpose of receiving beneficial medical care. Today medical tourism can be seen as any travel to a destination with the main purpose of receiving medical care. The reasons people choose to seek healthcare abroad are never ending. The procedures can include anything from treating cancer to getting wisdom teeth pulled.... [tags: Health care, Medicine, United States]
1089 words (3.1 pages)
- America was not completely alone in the negotiations over how the post-war economics would work. Over forty nations participated in conferences on these matters, both during, and after the war. There was a great deal to discuss, from the specifications of the Land-Lease Agreement, terms of European and American exports, as well as the economic reconstruction of states destroyed in the war. With its status as the only nation not economically struggling at the end of the war, the United States was able to heavily influence the negotiations at these conferences.... [tags: United States, World War II, World War I]
1618 words (4.6 pages)
- Every year, the United States of America spends 37.68 billion dollars on foreign aid, more than any other country gives (Escobar 10). Why does the U.S. spend so much on foreign aid, and is it a good thing. This paper looks at the U.S.’s policies on spending money on development abroad, and explores whether it is successfully helps underdeveloped countries or not. Even though the USA and other Western countries give a lot of money to underdeveloped countries, they have ulterior motives; thus foreign aid is not a totally good thing and it can even be a bad thing.... [tags: policies for spending money for development abroad]
1703 words (4.9 pages)
- Slowdown of Global Trade During the busiest time of the year (a couple months before Christmas) Americas sea ports sees goods and materials coming in and out at a high percentage. For this year that was not the case, and we need to know why this is and where this is coming from. In the U.S. a lot of trucking companies have lowered the cost to accommodate the needs of items being shipped, and to stay competitive. This has trickled to our see ports going out of the U.S. On the west coast, the ports are difficult to find numbers to show all of the movement, because they have been suffering through a month long labor dispute on the ports themselves.... [tags: United States, Wage, Minimum wage, Unemployment]
2459 words (7 pages)
- It is to my belief that no one can possibly predict the future of the economy. Because of this we are faced with many questions that cannot be easily answered. Will the economy recover drastically or simply continue to increase moderately. Or could the economy in turn go into a recession. “There's been plenty of good news about the U.S. economy… employment is expanding (2.4 million new payroll jobs in the last year); inflation remains low (less than a 2 percent rate in the past quarter); the stock market is higher (up 11 percent on the Dow from its November low), and business investment is impressive (rising at a 14 percent rate in late 2004).” (1) It is my opinion that unless something dra... [tags: economics business united states america]
1808 words (5.2 pages)
- Our world is becoming increasingly connected and global and the role of international business is increasing. Each country has its own set of unique customs and traditions. Each citizen's beliefs define the cultures by which each citizen abides by in normal everyday life, thus serving as the very foundation of the country. For example, in Saudi Arabia a citizen convicted of stealing will have his hand cutoff. In the United States, a citizen convicted of stealing would possibly receive only short term probation.... [tags: International Business]
1096 words (3.1 pages)
- The Inside Perspective Of An Outsider I read everything I could find. I spoke with natives who were visiting the United States. I studied the language diligently. I scrutinized pictures, noting each detail. Nothing prepared me for that first long walk along a Beijing street. I smelled for the first time, the smells that were to become a familiar component of my three-month stay in The People's Republic of China. I made eye contact with people who had formerly just been captured still-lifes on a reference book's glossy page.... [tags: China Anthropology Study Abroad Essays]
1877 words (5.4 pages)
- College Interests The United States Naval Academy was created in 1845 by George Bancroft who was the Secretary of the Navy. It is the second oldest academy out of the United States ' five service academies. The campus is three hundred and thirty eight acres, it was built on the old grounds of Fort Severn. It is a medium-sized military academy that offers many different bachelor degrees and learning options. They have a nine percent acceptance rate. The most popular bachelors are Engineering, Social Sciences, and Physical Sciences.... [tags: High school, University, Oregon, Corvallis]
1152 words (3.3 pages)