The subjective judgments that people make about their level of health demonstrate the relative nature of health, with our health being relative to others and ourselves over time.
Our health varies over time, fluctuating from minute to minute, day to day and year to year. Illness, accidents, personal experiences or environmental factors can move our level of health any number of times during our lives from very well to well, off-colour to ill, very unwell to critically ill and then back to full health. These continual changes in our state of health mean that health is dynamic.
Examples that show why health is dynamic? Getting sick is one example. What is the difference between dynamic health and relative health? The subjective ...
what is the difference between hospital management and health management
there isn't really a difference
Poverty is generally considered to be a lack of money. Deprivation is a lack of opportunity, access to health care, access to safe environments, adequate protection from harm and a lack of resources (e.g. shops and infrastructure).
A health professional is the person that provides the service of health care.
A health consumer is one who needs health care and health products and uses money to acquire them. Consumer health is concerned with how healthy and active consumers are in general, on a day-to-day basis.
Disease is any change from a state of health; impaired body function.
Health can be a relative concept. It can be relative to other people or groups, it can be relative to different time frames (yesterday, today, tomorrow) and relative to different communities.
A minister is a person......a ministry is a group of people.....
There is no difference. These are just two different terms referring to the same thing.
Public health protects the health of everyone, and community health protects the health of everyone in a particular community