What feelings do these testimonies give you?
The national program for the Prevention of cervical-uterine cancer is an integrated system in which women access screening not only opportunistically, but are invited through active search strategies, receive and understand the results, are referred for treatment if necessary, and return to repeat the PAP as indicated in the program guidelines.
And this, because the program pursues a variety of goals: quality coverage of the decision quality of reading of the cytology follow-up and treatment of precancerous lesions and cancer, The first level has a prominent place in the hedging strategy, as it is considered that the high coverage of women at higher risk of developing the disease is the main mechanism to increase the quantitative impact of screening and the target population are women between 35 and 64 years.
The screening strategy of the National Programme
It is hoped that the first level will be able to collaborate strongly in the active search for women, inviting them to perform the PAP as often as the National Program establishes and facilitating the meeting between women and professionals in the return of results and their follow-up and treatment, if necessary. The screening strategy of the National Programme recommends conducting a Pananicolaou test (PAP) every 3 years after two consecutive negative PAPs annually.
COURSE IN SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY HEALTH – Strategy a moment to talk about PAP the strategy a moment to talk about PAP was designed to improve timely screening, that is, to find and invite women who approached the health system for other reasons to have PAP. This strategy is designed so that teams of professionals and non-professionals working in health fields can be facilitators in the Prevention of cervical cancer by promoting PAP among those women at higher risk of developing the disease.
- It is important to keep in mind that it is impossible to remove an insect from its natural habitat and the vinchuca has in our country its natural habitat. Thus, the greatest success of the programmes will be to control their spread and presence in human dwellings.
- Campaigns must therefore be permanent. Activity we propose the reading of these statements, taken from a meeting held by the PMC-ESPN with women from Indigenous communities in different provinces of the country, fulfilling the right to prior, free and informed consultation (Convention 169 of the OI T): of course, the balance was broken.
Because as he went on leaving all that was previously covered by vegetation, where every animal found its livelihood, as he went on leaving the mountain and carrying it beyond and beyond, all the animals either died, or attacked the population. COURSE IN SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY HEALTH. Why does the puma eat the lamb? Why does the vinchuca come to the houses? Because he has nothing to feed on. When you Talas, he stops having food on the mountain and then goes to peridomicillium to find something to eat.
Why does the vinchuca come to the houses?
The vinchuca stops having the rabbit, the hare, the vizcacha and every warm-blooded animal that uses the vinchuca, stops having it as food because it feeds on hot blood, then goes and feeds on man. Then one can have the house clean of vinchucas, but that you can have only one day. You’ll soon be invaded again. They clean it, they fumigate it … and the next day they have it again because they don’t have the ecological balance around them. The other afternoon I was sitting in my house with my family in the courtyard, which is rather far from the house and closer to the mountain. When it got dark, we had the black legs of vinchucas … they come from the mountain …
They’re not the ones in the house anymore … they come more from the mountain than from the House. What feelings do these testimonies give you? Are you aware of changes in the environment generated by people? do you know the impact they have on the health of the population? Think with your colleagues what activities have a negative influence on the environment and-beyond it-on the health of the population in the community. Design a strategy to protect communities from changes in the environment that cause harmful health consequences. 35 some complex health problems 4. Etiology is the study of the causes of things, in this case diseases.
The deforestation process introduces a change in the natural habitat of vectors by producing a loss in food sources (warm-blooded animals) and, therefore, the need to search for food sources in human dwellings and in people themselves. Domestic animals are transformed into a new source of power and closed houses, favor colonization by vectors.
These effects of the interaction society and Environment produce transformations in nature that alter the balance of the ecosystem; some activities carried out by the human being allow to achieve a certain well-being but on the other hand can produce unwanted effects by creating harmful conditions for health, actions that individually may seem harmless but that combined produce a different result that was not in the intention of any of the actors.
The impact of human actions on nature is usually not closely linked to intentionality. For this reason, education and the circulation of information will encourage reflection on future actions and/or awareness of the whole community. The approach of the tb from the first level of care tuberculosis is a disease very old, that was a serious public health problem since the Industrial Revolution, as a result of the increase of the population in the cities and its aftermath of poverty, overcrowding and lack of hygiene, which largely contributed to its dissemination.