Advantages for the service provider Disadvantages for the service provider A service provider might not tolerate a person, which is different race, gender, religion, etc. This means, that a service provider will be unable to work with person like that. Also, if a service provider tells something wrong to the service user, the service provider might have problems with that, because racism is not acceptable anywhere. The person approach to care Advantages for the service user The advantage may be, that a service user can always use a health and social care services, when they have problem with their health. Disadvantage for the service user It can be that a service user may feel disappointed, because the service provider might not help them as
| The benefit was especially significant inanxiety symptoms. In addition to the improvement in psychological symptoms, the health status, exercise tolerance and dyspnea intensity were also significantly improved in COPD patients who underwent the rehabilitation program. | Small study group, only one rating scale used. | 3 | 24 total patients – 14 control group, 10 treatment group | RCT | Significant improvement in depression, anxiety, ADLs. | Dyspnea scale was significantly improved in treatment group.
It also forgets to ingest that peoples needs and tastes have a tendency to change and therefore what works once or twice might not work a third or fourth time. Very often hypnotists work with groups of people who although may have a similar agenda e.g. to stop smoking they all have however differing needs, concerns and preferences to modalities. Therefore the fact that a personalised screed in this context would not surface adds further weight to the proposed charges. Finally A third negative aspect of the personalised screed as oppose to a generic format is the fact that the former is only designed to help one person while the latter can be used on a local, national and even global basis.
For example Gesch used a controlled study while although subjects where in confined conditions “working with 231 inmates for four months.” During the study he gave have the population of 231 inmates omeg-3 vitamins while the other half received the placebo. Result after four months violations dropped 26% and aggression 37% among the men given the supplements. The placebo group stayed about the same no surprise there. Chicc patients showed progress with supplementing omega-3 in replacement for her usual depression medication which could have harmed the fetus. Fatty acids are found to help with high risk
Individuals who do not prefer depression medicines as a treatment option, there are alternative treatments for depression exercise and acupuncture. Treating someone with anti-depressants alone may improve depressive symptoms, but will not help one deal with things that worsen or trigger depression. Therapy can make coping with depression easier. Not only can it help improve symptoms, therapy is useful for treating psychological causes of depression and developing coping skills. An effective treatment for depression is Electroconvulsive Therapy.
Another reason why sociologists may not want to use questionnaires is their inflexibility. This meaning that once questionnaires have been sent out the researcher is stuck with the questions asked and cannot probe deeper or change the questions. This becomes a problem if during the research there becomes new areas of interest which now can no longer be explored. However it is argued that this can be partially combatted with the use of follow up questionnaires. Interpretivists sociologists also tend to not use questionnaires as they argue that they lack validity and do not give
People don’t usually decide to help the needy, but they choose to, according to their free will due to psychological biases. According to Trout, free will comes as a primitive feeling; it is a product of the actions that was ought to happen, but due to environmental conditions and other biases, it may have shifted. Therefore, according to the author, an individual is not as free as they think they are, rather free will comes into action when it clashes with the individual’s source of happiness. This leads to right and wrong choices. Individuals must identify and correct such biases in order to make wise, empathetic
Futile treatments are considered unadvisable because they only prolong patient suffering. The physician generally takes the decision of futility because they have the necessary scientific understanding. However, the decision is not based on the physician’s personal opinion. It is based on the generalized professional standard of care. Furthermore, although the patients have the autonomy to take their medical decisions, it is the physician’s duty to limit treatments that are considered medically futile for the patient.
Society should not take a moralistic tone or approach concerning people addicted to drugs. An addicted brain no longer functions like a normal brain but is in a state of compulsive drug seeking and use. How then does it help the individual addicted if they are merely written off as someone who couldn’t control themselves rather than someone with a health problem who needs treatment? It doesn’t. And how will it benefit society if addicts are labeled as morally inferior people and are not given the help they need to perhaps become productive members of their communities?