"a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing"
("Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing and not Merely the absence of illness or infirmity "). The Swedish Agency Sida (the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency) uses the WHO definition. National Public Health Committee in Sweden defines health promotion as
"... the process that enables people to increase control over their health and promote it. /.../ For this to be fulfilled, man must be given the opportunity to influence the factors that could limit these opportunities /.../ the process that helps people experience a sense of connection as well as a physical, mental and social wellbeing ". According to the National Public Health Committee is stress and strain, social support and networks, work situation, self-confidence, ability to have control over their lives, hopes and future factors that can affect health.
Health, ancient Swedish hælsa, meant "welfare", "happiness", "health" but also "greeting", that
"to wish someone good luck, health and prosperity". The word is closely related to hell
(to wish someone good luck, etc) and whole (partly "in their entirety", and "healthy, with no harm") and the whole (healed, heal), may also holy ("that must not be damaged") .
The definition of health has varied from one time to another. The conceptions of health that exist in different times are dependent and embedded in different historical and socio-cultural context. Today, health and partly considered as the absence of disease and as an ideal of the good life. In addition to these time lying performances, which are not always made clear, is tied to the health of moderation and self-discipline, while the disease is associated with weakness, which may pose a moral-ethical complication associated with people's encounters with health care.
Health is something that people of all times have endeavored to a thousand. Scientists studying health from a historical perspective, describing how both ancient as the Jewish and Christian role models have had significance for our time approach to health both in a religious, philosophical and ethical perspective. These models were characterized, among other things, that man in the beginning of time was supposed to have lived in harmony with nature. A life close to nature also came to be perceived as the norm and guide for man. Illness was regarded as self-inflicted by man had not lived according to nature's rules. It was believed, despite differing views on the nature of nature, and also to its healing power. Since man can not fully understand and control nature, she must to achieve health adapt to it. When in ancient times and in the older tradition could only heal a few diseases were health education, ie precepts of how the individual could avoid illness and disease, to play a major role. It was therefore up to the doctor, in the Hippocratic medicine after the result, facilitate nature by trying to ensure that the sick person is not through his life worked against nature's healing processes.
For Hippocrates and Plato was health a holistic perspective where both body and soul were included. Galen developed his balansteroin which means that the four elements must be in harmony with each other for man to be in good health. Vesalius worked with dissections of human bodies and could thus show a biological link between the symptoms and the disease.
In the 1800s, when modern medical science was established through increased knowledge of pathology, physiology and bacteriology, and when they eventually are increasingly able to cure illnesses, had health a "negative" definition. Health equated now with the "absence of alien and harmful matters in the body" According to the biologiskmekanistika disease model, "apparatfelsmodellen" defines health as
"a state of normal biological function of each organ and of the organism as a system, a condition that can be described scientifically" . A similar definition was possible in the 1980s read in the encyclopedia
"Medical Terminology". Health was also drafted as in normative terms like
"the body's normal state when it (and its agencies) is performing optimally (best) without signs of illness or deviation" . The philosopher Nordenfelt have pointed to a man according to the "bio-statistical" concept of health is considered to be the health of her body and her psyche works in one of the species typical pattern.
According to the WHO definition should health be a fundamental right for all people, regardless of religion or political beliefs. Here we have a health declaration which clearly emphasizes that physical, psychological and social factors are important for dealing with inequality as regards health. In the case of social welfare, it is possible that the WHO has wanted to highlight that factors such as housing, employment, economic opportunities and social networks are important to reduce ill health.
Critics considered that the WHO health definition is too idealistic, utopian and spans a wide area. They wondered if anyone can ever achieve such a perfect being. The man seems to say is that if health is a state of complete well-being, this would mean that all people really are sick. These critics may have misunderstood the meaning of the WHO health definition, because they seem to have assumed that health and disease are opposites, that is, that man is either sick or healthy. The critics were not aware that the health and disease concepts throughout history have evolved from different context and in different directions and that health is a concept that people have used when they wanted to describe their dreams of a good life.
With the "holistic" means in this case that approach covers several aspects and dimensions:
Emotional health, the ability to feel and express different emotions and develop emotional relationships with others
Psychosocial health, the support of family and friends and the opportunity to talk to and exercise activities with other
Spiritual health, to exercise principles based on morality, faith and religion, and feel that you have a purpose in life
Sexual health, the opportunity to exercise their sexuality
Social health, the link between health and how society is shaped
(regarding, for example, housing, food, income)
Environment, the external physical environment they live in
(sanitation, water treatment, transportation facilities, etc.)
The holistic approach can be defined as:
"A person has full health, if and only if she is in a default situation, the ability to realize all their vital goals. With a vital goal here means a necessary condition for a person to achieve a state of minimal satisfaction. A man on the other hand, some degree of ill health if there is something vital goals that she can not completely realize. She has a disease if she harbors any bodily or mental process is such that it tends to lower her level of health, that is creating illness".
The biostatistical approach developed by including Christopher Boorse in the 1970s, where the full health is normal and the deviation from the normal or Gaussian distribution, this is the definition of a disease or defect. This approach, however, has some problems. All ailments today can not be measured and quantified. It makes people feel bad, but not exhibit any deviation clean biostatistiskt way is not sick, according to the definition. Conversely, there are the same problems that those who have high blood pressure or high cholesterol do not feel more sick because of this, but they still classified as sick according to the biostatistical approach.
From 1 July 2003, all employers with more than 10 employees account for sick leave in the annual report. According to the Work Environment Act, it is the employer's responsibility to prevent illness and accidents and create a good working environment. To create a good working environment is both about To prevent illness and accidents in the physical and mental work but also to work proactively with the factors that can promote health, so-called health factors. Health factors can be defined as
"phenomena that occur in the individual's work and or the overall habitat and patterns of living and give him opportunities to work optimally, develop and feel good at work". It is becoming more and more common for companies value employees' health from a business perspective. To do this, usually referred to a health accounts. A health accounts complement the economic accounts and makes it possible to control by making long-term investments in health. Examples of factors that are recognized in the health accounts is sick leave costs, rehabilitation costs, employee turnover, investments in the work environment, skills development and health promotion. The health accounts describe the health of the key and provide guidance on when it is profitable to invest in rehabilitation, prevention or health promotion and other personnel investment. Health accounts can also show what the stakes cost and the revenue they generated.
According to the Swedish Work Environment statistics reported in 2010 and the first quarter of 2011 about 104 000 work-related injuries, most of which were work-related accidents. More than 28,000 workplace accidents leading to absence from work, while almost 52 000 accidents did not lead to absence. 13 500 accidents occurred on the way to or from work. Besides accidents reported 9500 occupational diseases. In 2010 occurred 54 fatal accidents among gainfully employed, compared with 40 fatalities in 2009 and 68 in 2008.
According to the Work Environment Act, the work environment in the workplace conducted systematically. Before work starts, risk assessments carried out. It is also important to use the right protective equipment.
The most common work accident are falls from heights. Accidents due to heavy lifting and overwork are also common, especially in health care. Although work on machines of various kinds are behind many accidents. The share of accidents related to threats, violence or robbery against workplaces has increased in recent years, partly due to the fact that today there are more night opening stores and to work alone are more frequent.
To get an accident accepted as a work injury accident must have occurred at work. For the most part also covered accidents during breaks, business trips and the training.
It is important that all workplaces have proper emergency preparedness for emergencies. Systematic work environment also means that there is a readiness for first aid and crisis management in order to reduce the consequences of an accident, acute illness or serious event. It should be preparedness in the workplace both for the psychological and social care for such events. A good emergency preparedness can reduce personal suffering but also prevent sick leave, and should be seen as part of workplace rehabilitation work. Rules for first aid and crisis support is available in Swedish Work Environment Regulations 1999: 7th
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