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NRS 428 Topic 2 Discussion Question Two

NRS 428 Topic 2 Discussion Question Two

Topic 2 DQ 2

Select a global health issue affecting the international health community. Briefly describe the global health issue and its impact on the larger public health care systems (i.e., continents, regions, countries, states, and health departments). Discuss how health care delivery systems work collaboratively to address global health concerns and some of the stakeholders that work on these issues.

Resources within your text covering international/global health, and the websites in the topic materials, will assist you in answering this discussion question.

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NRS 428 Topic 2 Discussion Question Two

NRS 428 Topic 2 Discussion Question Two

that has affected the globe recently is the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has had devastating impacts on the economic, social, and personal lives of individuals. The health care system was the most impacted as clinicians were the first responders to the pandemic and provided the much-needed first intervention. The public health care system was affected by the lack of vaccinations and the need to engage in contact tracing. Quarantines were established to help prevent the further spread of the virus. Research had to be conducted on how to break the communicable chain of infection. Handwashing and social distancing became critical in helping prevent the spread of the virus (Kitson et al., 2021). Various stakeholders across the globe had to work together to effectively address the pandemic. Given the impact it had on the globe, it became hard for a nation to deal with the pandemic on its own. Global travel and the interconnection between nations further made it challenging to contain the virus spread (Stratton, 2020).  Vaccine distributions became important with countries supporting each other with regard to resource mobilization and distribution. Public health systems across different nations had to work together to prevent mass loss of lives and to allow the world to go back to normal. The impacts of the pandemic were severe on the health care system but also provided key learning lessons.

References

Kitson, A., Huisman-de Waal, G., & Muntlin, A. (2021). Lessons from COVID. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 77(7), e7-e9. https://doi.org/ 10.1111/jan.14844

Stratton, S. J. (2020). COVID-19: Not a simple public health emergency. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 35(2), 119-119. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1049023X2000031X

I enjoyed reading your post; COVID-19 has affected many lives worldwide. Many lost loved ones who were unexpectedly affected by this pandemic. According to (World Health Organization (WHO), 2020) COVID-19 pandemic has led to a dramatic loss of human life worldwide and presents an unprecedented challenge to public health, food systems, and the world of work. The disruption of COVID-19 on our economic and social lives caused by the pandemic is devastating. Tens of millions of people are at risk of falling into extreme poverty (World Health Organization (WHO), 2020). Healthcare workers responded efficiently to the cries of our tired fellow co-workers when COVID was at its peak. The response from multiple countries and our government were good at trying to contain the pandemic by laying out safety regulations to prevent the spread of COVID. Which it continues to be affecting many but with progress in the distribution of vaccines, it’s not as deadly as before. Community health nurses and stakeholders have developed great educational tools and resources in reference to COVID-19. In facilities, we continue to educate on the prevention of COVID.

References:

 

World Health Organization (WHO). (2020, October 13). Impact of COVID-19 on people’s livelihoods, their health, and our food systems. Retrieved from World Health Organization (WHO): https://www.who.int/news/item/13-10-2020-impact-of-covid-19-on-people%27s-livelihoods-their-health-and-our-food-systems

Dian, great post. Although we are 2 years into Covid, we are still seeing many cases within in the community. The levels are not as high and the mortality rates are lower due to vaccinations and the different strains of the virus. We are now starting to see the after effects of Covid. Many health care workers have left the bedside due to burnout rates, high stress levels of high acuity patients, and low staffing ratios. The rates of mental health issues among the health care workers increased due to the pandemic. It is worth considering that in epidemic contexts HCWs are first in line facing the clinical challenges intrinsically linked to the course of the disease while under the constant personal threat of being infected or representing a source of infection ((Carmassi et al., 2020). Although Covid is still affecting many individuals, we as a community must be able to rebuild ourselves and help care for ourselves as we care for our patients.

Carmassi, C., Foghi, C., Dell’Oste, V., Cordone, A., Bertelloni, C. A., Bui, E., & Dell’Osso, L. (2020, July 20). PTSD symptoms in healthcare workers facing the three coronavirus outbreaks: What can we expect after the COVID-19 pandemic. Psychiatry Research. Retrieved September 11, 2022, from https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S016517812031204X

 

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Sep 9, 2022, 6:33 PM

Coronavirus pandemic continues to be a worldwide health concern. Coronavirus affects the respiratory system with symptoms including dyspnea, fever, and shortness of breath. In extreme circumstances, it might result in respiratory failure necessitating mechanical ventilation. According to the World Health Organization (WHO, 2021), more than four million individuals have died as a result of this epidemic. Its influence on the American public health care system has been negative. COVID-19 can affect anybody, and symptoms can range from moderate to quite severe CDC. (2021). There were reports of insufficient personal protective equipment (PPE) and unsafe reuse of PPE by nurses. There was insufficient medical equipment and hospital beds to treat all the ill patients. The national guard had to offer help and relief to the most-affected states. Health care systems throughout the world are exerting great effort to promote immunization against the corona virus. The government and benefactors provided large pharmaceutical firms with funding to produce a viable vaccine in less than one year. The government then acquired the initial batch of vaccinations in order to immunize initially the health care personnel and the most susceptible population members. Currently, more than 4 billion individuals have been immunized (WHO, 2021). Still, there are several individuals who reject taking the COVID 19 vaccination owing to erroneous information or personal preference.

REFERNCE

CDC. (2021). Understanding the risk: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov

World Health Organization. (2021). WHO coronavirus (COVID-19) dashboard: https://covid19.who.int/

Clara Eneh

replied toVivian Akano

Sep 9, 2022, 11:27 PM

I have enjoyed reviewing your detailed and insightful post. Indeed, the COVID-19 pandemic led to a dramatic loss of human life worldwide and produced financial hardship and instability. As a result, the world must be prepared for the next and upcoming pandemic – it is not a matter of “if”, but of “when” (Vial et al., 2022). A strategy among the CDC (2020) is contact tracing, where workers speak with the affected and those who were physically close to the infected, in order to contain the spread of disease. A good example of this is the movie Contagion (2011), starring Matt Daemon, Kate Winslet, Jude Law, and Laurence Fishburne. Additionally, the CDC has various world-wide locations across many countries and this helps in international collaboration for containment of disease (Vial et al., 2022). However, larger worldwide efforts are needed among other countries to increase effectiveness. Regards!

 

 

References

Vial, P., González, C., Icaza, G., Ramirez-Santana, M., Quezada-Gaete, R., Núñez-Franz, L., Apablaza, M., Vial, C., Rubilar, P., Correa, J., Pérez, C., Florea, A., Guzmán, E., Lavín, M., Concha, P., Nájera, M., & Aguilera, X. (2022). Seroprevalence, spatial distribution, and social determinants of SARS-Cov-2 in three urban centers of Chile. BMC Infectious Diseases22(1), 127-139. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12879-022-07045-7

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