Assessment of Community-Level Barriers, sociology homework help

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For the second written assignment of the course, you will continue in the design of your proposed model program by demonstrating your understanding of your selected population’s challenges, which negatively impact this group’s health and well-being. Based on this week’s research, conduct an assessment of the barriers, limitations, and other distinguishing features, as they exist within your community. Your paper, at a minimum, must contain the following elements:

  1. A description of at least three critical barriers that impact the health and well-being of a chosen group; one must be a micro-level (individual) barrier that is financial, one must be a macro-level (community/state) barrier that relates to access and funding for care, and  the third barrier may be one of your choosing.
  2. An analysis of the regulatory, legal, ethical, and accreditation requirements/issues that relate to these barriers (you are required to use outside sources, such as those found in the Ashford University Library, to address this section in sufficient detail).
  3. Identify and describe at least one proposed solution for each barrier. Your solution for the micro barrier must include an analysis of various potential funding options (both independent and integrated). Your solution for the macro barrier must include an analysis of financing resources for health care.

 Your assignment should be a minimum of  three- to- four pages in length (excluding title and reference pages), and should include a minimum of three scholarly sources cited according to APA guidelines as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. Please note: All assignments in this course are progressive; therefore you should use the same population selected in your Week Two assignment. The Week Two assignment's contents do not need to be re-submitted with the assignment.

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School: UIUC

please just bear with me. I had started working on HIV/AIDS. i only saw your texts ten hours later when i was almost done

Running head: HIV AND AIDS


Individuals Infected With HIV/AIDS Have Physical Needs


Individuals Infected With HIV/AIDS Have Physical Needs
HIV/AIDS has emerged to be a major global public health challenge that has continued to
claim millions of lives without any sustainable medical cure. Towards the end of 2013, roughly
30 million people were living with HIV and about 2.1 million people were newly infected on the
global scale. The region with the most affected people is the Sub-Saharan Africa with an
estimate of 24.7 million people accounts for about 70% of those newly infected with HIV (UN
New York, 2004). HIV targets the immune system which weakens the individual's body
surveillance and defense systems against infections. The infected individuals gradually become
immunodeficient once the immunity of the cells is impaired and destroyed by the virus.
Typically, the immune function of an individual's body is measured by CD4 cell count. The most
advanced state of HIV infection is the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and may
take from 2 to 15 years to develop. This paper highlights why people infected with HIV/AIDS
need physical help. The article also explains the critical barriers that affects the health and wellbeing of those people infected with HIV/AIDS.
Critical Barriers Impacting the Health and Well-Being of People with HIV/AIDS
From history, people living with HIV/AIDS have faced difficulties in getting the basic
care they deserve to help them fit in the society. Those living with this disease had been treated
like outcasts before people came to know that HIV/AIDS is a disease just like any other despite
its impacts in body and the society (UN New York, 2004). Therefore, those in the health care
settings need to have relevant information and guidance about why it...

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