Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Outreach Health Program in Maraganakunte Village

Outreach programs are important tools for bringing health education and screening services directly to community members and serve to contribute to reducing health disparities.They assist communities and hospitals to reach mutually beneficial goals that would otherwise not be achievable for promoting accessible and equitable care.
The incidence of medical conditions and resultant fatalities in India is higher than in the West, primarily due to the non-availability of pervasive affordable quality advanced healthcare solutions for the poorer segments of the society. Well aware of this lacuna, Trinity Care Foundation conducts multiple Community Outreach Programs as its commitment and obligation towards the society. The aim of these programs is to redress the imbalance by providing quality advanced healthcare to the deprived and the underprivileged at their doorsteps. 

Trinity Care Foundation is conducting a Multi-Specialty Health Camp on Saturday, 23-Nov-2013 - in backward area of  Bagepalli Taluk , Karnataka, India. 

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The Health Specialties are;

1. Pediatrics
2. Cardiology
3. Cancer 
4. Gynecology
5. Diabetology
6. Ophthalmology
7. Diabetology
8. General Medicine  

Trinity Care Foundation is a Non Governmental Organization focusing on Craniofacial Surgeries, School Health Programs and Outreach Health Programs in Karnataka, India.

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Friday, 15 November 2013

Public Oral Health

What makes oral health a high priority in public health is its universal nature. “It’s a neglected epidemic,” says Dr. Myron Allukian Jr., DDS, MPH. Almost everyone has had at least one oral disease, such as dental caries, periodontal disease, malocclusion, infections or cancer at some time during his or her life.

Public health dentists practice at the local, state and federal levels as well as in academic environments. The Four major areas of oral public health are ; Health Policy and administration; research; oral health promotion and disease prevention; and delivery systems. Policy work includes such dissimilar concerns as developing dental programs for low-income communities and making recommendations for the state dental practice act.
Dr. Allukian’s days are busy and demanding — and, he admits, “sometimes overwhelming.” But what he loves about his work “is that it’s extremely exciting and challenging. And the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of people is personally enriching.”

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