Maternity Care in Rural Areas in New Zealand
– This essay discusses the determinants of health in New Zealand with a focus on maternity care in rural areas, mainly the rural Tai Rawhiti area and how two objectives of the New Zealand Health Strategy can have a positive impact. The two objectives described are … 1Discuss health inequalities in nz. Dew and Matheson (2008) state that the disciplines of epidemiology and social epidemiology have progressively given more descriptions of health inequalities. Epidemiology mainly focuses on how and from where infectious diseases spread, whereas social epidemiology looks at the patterning of health outcomes involved with social characteristics such as gender, ethnicity and income in order to find…
Maternity Leave Options
– The purpose of this essay is to examine diverse approaches of being a working mother or stying on a maternity leave. The obvious advantages and disadvantages, as well as current possibilities in our country will be also discussed. A new adjustment of maternity leave in the Czech Republic came into force five years ago. Currently, not only is either of the parents allowed to stay at home with a child, but they can also choose the two-year, the three-year or the four-year option. The possibility of choice is the most appreciate one….
The Quality of Relationship Between the Carer and Care Receiver
– A care relationship is special and requires skill, trust and understanding. This essay will elaborate how the quality of that relationship affects the quality of the care given and the experiences felt in receiving care. These different relationships will depend on the type of care given, who the care is given by and what sort of previous existing relationship there was to begin with. For a good care relationship to work it needs to follow the 5 K101 principles of care practice which are ‘support people in maximising their potential’,’support people in having a voice and being heard’,’respect people’s beliefs and preferences’,’support people’s rights to appropriate services’ and ‘respect peo… ;
Changing the Law for Maternity Leave
– … Half of the U.S work force is eligible for the FMLA, and a Columbia graduate estimated that 20% of new mothers are eligible for the 12 weeks of unpaid leave. However, 33% of the workforce in America has absolutely no paid leave. Only 11% of workers in the private sector and 17% of workers in the public sector have paid paternal leave according to the U.S bureau of statistics. These percentages come mainly from the upper class, lower income and part time workers are less likely to have paid leave…. ;
The Role of a Midwife in Maternity Care
– … A midwife must focus on providing women-centred care which means that everything a midwife does in practice should reflect strongly on the women and her family (Page 2009). By providing woman-centred care, you are focusing on the woman’s individual needs, feelings, wishes and expectations rather than the needs of the service or profession (Leap 2009). A midwife also has to provide holistic care to every woman she cares for. The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC 2010) defined holistic care as considering every aspect of a person….