human value

Health

Related Problems:
Occupational risks and hazards of the medical profession
Health hazards from fruit and vegetables
Health hazards of smoking for women
Inadequate teaching of occupational health and safety
Health hazards of oral contraceptives
Crimes committed in hospitals and health care facilities
Harmful biological effects of ionizing radiation
Dangers of using mobile telephones
Lead as a health hazard at work
Hypoxia
Health hazards from cereals and cereal preparations
Unawareness of health benefits
Health hazards of air pollution for children
Immunosuppressive risk behaviour
Increasing public health costs
Denial of the right of health
Health hazards of asbestos
Inadequate personal hygiene
Health risks to workers in service industries
Negative effects of maternity
Professional misconduct by nurses
Chromium as a pollutant
Inequitable use of medical resources
Health hazards of artificial birth control
Environmental hazards of furniture and fixtures manufacture
Health risks to workers in chemical industries
Unknown health possibilities
Unsafe genetically modified food
Health hazards to tourists
Compulsory health care
Fragmentation of health service
Diseases of female reproductive organs
Misconduct of medical executives
Curative health mindset
Misuse of public health funds
Violations of health and safety regulations
Health hazards of kneeling
Hypochondria
Cultural bias in medicine
Health risks to organ recipients
Abuse of health welfare benefits
Restrictive medical practices
Refusal to accept treatment for mental illness
Pernicious environmental influences on health
Health hazards of environmental pollution
Inadequate resources for health
Lack of sanitation in rural areas
Inequity in health within countries
Health hazards in the glass industry
Denial of health insurance to genetic groups
Inadequate coverage for illness abroad
Distortion of international trade by discriminatory formulation of health and sanitary regulations for agricultural and pharmaceutical products
Inadequately cooked foods
Inaccessibility of health services
Unhygienic conditions
Inadequate supporting health documents
Beryllium as a health hazard
Misallocation of resources in health services
Health risks of alcohol consumption
Health hazards of irradiated food
Neglect of sexual health of women
Health hazards of modern insulating materials
Neglected health practices
Health risks of atmospheric destruction
Inadequate health control
Unfocused health work
Radio frequencies as a health hazards
Antimony as a health hazard
Inadequate mental illness services
Toxic substances in the home
Health risks of teenage sex
Unfamiliar procedures for using public health programmes
Unawareness of health problems
Disputed health needs
Hazards to human health
Religious opposition to public health practices
Disruptive behaviour in health rehabilitation institutions
Failure to conform to international health standards
Decline in government health expenditure
Denial of adequate medical care to skilled labour
Environmental health hazards to children
Air pollution from forest fires
Travel health hazards
Obstacles to the international transfer of corpses
Loss of medical accreditation
Increase in insurance claims for medical negligence
Health hazards from meat and meat preparations
Unhealthy human environment
Carbon monoxide as a health hazard
Vibrations as a health hazard
Lack of health-aide backup
Unhealthy behaviour
Irresponsible health professionals
Denial of the right to health for indigenous populations
Emissions from combustion engines
Cosmetic and health problems related to human hair
Health hazards of mining radioactive substances
Dehumanization of health care
Susceptibility of the impoverished to drug trafficking
Cost-conscious managed health care
Conflicting models of health
Polychlorinated biphenyls as a health hazard
Ignorance of women concerning primary health care
Inadequate occupational health services
Food health standards of convenience
Male bias of medicine
Hereditary diseases
Health risks to workers in manufacturing industries
Prohibitive medical expenses
Neglect of worker health
Limited availability of health resources
Health hazards of computer monitor screens
Complex health delivery
Disease risks of tropical travel
Unequal health benefits for women
Inadequate maternal and child health care
Inadequate medical facilities
Health risks to workers in electricity, gas, water and sanitary services
Microwave radiation as a health hazard
Human disability
Hydrogen sulphide as a pollutant
Lack of health insurances
Commercially sponsored health education
Health risks to workers in transport, storage and communication industries
Health hazards of plastics
Health hazards from fish, crustacea and molluscs
Health risks to workers in construction industry
Excessive animal sanitary regulations in international travel
Health hazards of uranium
Circumcision as a health hazard
Aldehydes as health hazards
Health hazards in the mining industry
Politicization of health standards
Health hazards of air pollution for animals
Insufficient health payments
Children's diseases
Maldistribution of health personnel
Health effects of tobacco smoking
Inadequate primary health care
Female bias of medicine
Health hazards from food and drink
Complex public health regulations
External pernicious influences on health
Hazards to human health in the natural environment
Health hazards of exposure to noise
Understaffed health clinics
Inadequate health services following nuclear war
Inadequate health care in urban slums
Health disorders of athletes
Health hazards of radiation in aircraft
Health hazards of cassava
Occupational hazards in commerce and offices
Fish stress
Inadequate working conditions in health and medical services
Toxic metal pollutants
Health hazards of unpasteurized milk
Health hazards of environmental electromagnetism
Occupational risk to health
Fragility of maintaining basic health
Unnecessary health system referrals
Insufficient health personnel
Health hazards from dairy products and eggs
Manganese as a health hazard
Inadequate mental health insurance
Refusal to market new drugs
Health hazards of aniline dyes
Neglect of adolescent health care
Dependence of government income on products dangerous to health
Health hazards of aluminium
Airborne substances harmful to health
Substance abuse by physicians
Imposition of trade quotas for health reasons
Health hazards in the metals industries
Health hazards of unpasteurized juices
Health hazards from coffee, tea, cocoa and spices
Strategies:
Strengthening institutions supporting improved health of vulnerable groups
Consulting vulnerable groups on laws to protect their health
Teaching about sexuality
Providing reproductive health counselling for adolescents
Ensuring healthy environment
Researching public health
Providing training for urban environmental health workers
Reviewing advances in medical technology
Promoting voluntary surgical contraception
Promoting safe motherhood
Reducing occupational risk in the mining industry
Publishing materials about adolescent sexuality
Networking adolescent health associations
Researching adolescent sexual health
Providing grassroots health care
Controlling HIV/AIDS spread by health services
Publicizing family planning methods
Counselling about sexual issues
Promoting women's public health issues
Educating about women's health
Envisioning future health scenarios
Caring for children's health
Promoting infant health
Informing about womens health hazards
Protecting sexual and reproductive health
Providing effective support to improve human health
Financing essential clinical health services
Improving effectiveness of aid for health
Advancing nutrition
Mobilizing financial resources for health
Assessing costs and financing to improve urban health
Providing youth with better health education
Modelling cost and effectiveness of alternative health strategies
Encouraging competition between health providers
Accrediting private sector health services
Improving rural health
Correcting inefficiency of health programmes
Developing effective health training policies
Assessing costs of health care technologies
Treating childhood diseases
Incorporating health risks analysis in national pollution control programmes
Providing health information and education to vulnerable groups
Strengthening intersectoral cooperation on health programmes
Improving coordination between health and related sectors
Developing health indicators
Insuring health
Improving health programmes to reduce infant mortality
Assessing financing to reduce health risks from environmental pollution and hazards
Providing public information and education on reproduction and health
Improving health care for the poor
Developing local health plans
Providing population-based health services
Undertaking research on health effects of increasing ultraviolet radiation
Developing human resources to meet primary health care needs
Educating public health impact of domestic use of biomass and coal
Strengthening primary health care systems to control communicable diseases
Developing indicators for assessing health programmes
Regulating doctors
Strengthening intersectoral approaches to training health workers
Expanding training of health research scientists
Assessing costs and financing to meet primary health care needs
Reforming health systems
Focusing on links between primary health care and environmental programmes
Creating information exchange networks to improve urban health
Containing health costs
Increasing reliance on private sector health services
Supplying family planning services
Identifying target populations most needing improved health and disease protection
Conducting surveys on the health and nutrition of women
Assessing health risks of industry and energy production
Reforming health policy
Developing health statistics
Developing national strategies for the integrated control of communicable diseases
Improving environmental health monitoring
Increasing availability from biotechnology of materials for improving health
Strengthening environmental health services
Reforming pharmaceutical usage in public health
Improving health for urban poor
Generating community support for environmental health programmes
Strengthening capacity to meet primary health care needs
Maintaining international commitment to improving human health
Providing loans to public health authorities
Financing public health interventions with substantial externalities
Supporting traditional health care
Expanding research and methodologies to meet primary health care needs
Convening meetings on health services for vulnerable groups
Financing health centres by the community
Investing in health
Identifying financial requirements and options to meet primary health care needs
Developing and sharing health care information and expertise
Extending health insurance coverage
Practicing industrial safety
Caring for health
Educating public health
Improving health conditions in slums
Safeguarding employee health
Testing new approaches to health care planning and management
Coordinating health development aid
Improving local managerial skills to strengthen the basic health system
Achieving health for all
Adopting health impact assessment procedures
Decentralizing government health services
Assessing urban health and environmental conditions
Reducing government expenditure on tertiary health facilities
Providing school-based health services
Meeting primary health care needs in rural areas
Reallocating government spending on health
Strengthening science and technology to improve urban health
Providing technical support on health of vulnerable groups to governments and organizations
Training workers on environmental safety, health and welfare
Taking measures to mitigate the health effects of increasing ultraviolet radiation
Transferring experienced health professionals to key sectors
Reducing health risks from environmental pollution
Strengthening preventative and curative health services for indigenous people
Supporting national health improvement programmes
Eliminating harmful traditional practices affecting health of women and children
Providing international health care assistance
Conducting research on the health effects of hazardous wastes in developing countries
Producing TV and radio programmes for environmental awareness
Studying health impact of radioactive waste disposal
Offering environmental health studies for young people
Advancing nonacute health care
Informing public about adverse impacts of chemicals
Improving training on prevention and control of hazardous waste health risks
Monitoring adverse effects of hazardous wastes
Protecting against health hazards
Preaching religion
Assessing impact of environmental training programmes on productivity, health, safety and environment
Assessing effects of climate change on freshwater resources and flood control
Involving arts in primary health care
Assessing health and environmental risks of hazardous waste
Using biotechnology to improve human health
Expanding tripartite cooperation to improve safety, health and environment
Developing medical informatics
Improving hazardous waste management programmes to meet health and environment norms
Preparing health criteria on hazardous waste prevention
Providing health risk data on alternatives to restricted chemicals
Adapting health needs to climate change
Establishing environmental health indicators for climate change
Providing information on mental health
Promoting health for older migrants
Creating bioinformatics
Expanding knowledge resources on health implications of hazardous wastes
Researching disaster medicine
Promoting good practice in health, environment and safety management
Conducting epidemiological studies
Creating partnerships for health services
Developing preventive policies for health impacts of climate change
Establishing a timeframe for national environmental health action plans
Implementing health, nutrition, education and poverty alleviation programmes for children
Identifying key stakeholders for national environmental health action plans
Maintaining healthy ecosystems
Using evidence-based health care
Informing about health effects of climate change
Evaluating monitoring systems for health effects of climate change
Providing women's health centres managed by women
Using economic instruments to manage environmental health costs
Monitoring effects of air pollution on human health
Developing safe cigarettes
Promoting intersectoral cooperation on environmental health
Assigning authority for national environmental health action plans
Preventing child exposure to environmental hazards
Assessing health impacts of climate change
Researching child exposure to environmental hazards
Developing financial strategies for national environmental health action plans
Implementing national environmental health action plans
Establishing priorities for national environmental health action plans
Preparing contingency plans to mitigate the health effects of climate change
Developing regional environmental health action plans
Reducing health risks
Piloting environmental health projects
Promoting worker health
Researching effects of air pollution on human health
Evaluating cognitive effects of environmental health hazards
Reducing smoking with health incentives
Preparing situation reports for national environmental health action plans
Assessing health costs of climate change
Developing local environmental health action plans
Defining environmental health
Identifying effects of nitrogen oxide emissions on human health
Proposing a national environmental health action plan
Identifying vulnerable groups for health effects of climate change
Developing health policy for climate change
Providing equal and improved health care for all children
Creating environmental health standards
Developing national environmental health action plans
Promoting public education on health effects of climate change
Drafting national environmental health action plans
Collecting data on state of ecosystems and human health
Realising economic benefits of environmental health
Developing environmental health action plans
Undertaking interdisciplinary research on health effects of climate change
Establishing regional centres for health action on climate change
Tackling poverty through environmental health measures
Developing early warning public health information systems for climate change
Setting objectives for national environmental health action plans
Promoting public participation in national environmental health action plans
Adapting health policy for climate change
Developing regional health policy for climate change
Promoting environmental health in schools
Preparing environmental guidelines for safe discharge of waste
Developing national health policy for climate change
Fostering debate on mental health issues
Assessing cost and benefits of different development policies for human and environmental health
Maximizing health care opportunities
Maintaining senior nutritional health
Assessing resident health status
Enabling farm animal health
Displaying new health methods
Extending preventive health services
Building comprehensive health facility
Training community health workers
Providing animal health care
Improving management capability for medical care
Applying modern health practices
Providing immediate health care
Training local health instructors
Establishing health care network
Improving urban health
Establishing comprehensive health centre
Initiating effective oral hygiene
Meeting specialized medical needs
Assessing local health needs
Promoting community health standards
Equipping local health personnel
Arranging district medical services
Providing medical relief for large-scale emergencies
Displaying suitable health practices
Encouraging dental health practices
Nurturing population health
Providing mother/child care
Improving human health
Upgrading commercial animal health
Ensuring home health requirements
Overcoming health care dependency
Improving health standards
Ensuring regular health consultations
Providing physical fitness programmes
Eliminating unnecessary health hazards
Installing local health services
Coordinating adequate health services
Enabling common health methods
Strengthening comprehensive health care
Restoring community health services
Fostering adequate physical health
Broadening health services
Facilitating essential citizen health
Developing comprehensive health services
Establishing extended health care
Stimulating responsible health directions
Assuring family health care
Establishing inclusive health structures
Communicating comprehensive health awareness
Providing health services
Applying veterinary medicine
Establishing preventive health care
Teaching basic health practices
Developing health systems
Establishing primary health care
Neglecting personal health
Giving attention to rural health
Giving attention to neglected health practices
Giving attention to personal health
Giving attention to adolescent health care
Giving attention to sexual health of women
Neglecting health
Recognizing health problems
Expressing concerned with health
Providing opposition to public health practices
Undermining religious opposition to public health practices
Politicizing health standards
Depoliticizing health standards
Studying causes of general poor health
Addressing health problems of the vagina
Taking environmental health risks
Taking health risks
Taking occupational risk to health
Defining health risks
Risking health in agricultural and livestock production
Risking health in transport, storage and communication industries
Reducing health risks of teenage sex
Reducing health risks of fuel exhaust
Reducing occupational risks and hazards of the medical profession
Reducing health risks to workers in agricultural and livestock production
Reducing health risks to workers in transport, storage and communication industries
Healing the spirit
Coordinating health care planning
Defining health conditions
Enforcing public health ordinances
Abolishing unethical practices of health services
Abolishing unethical practice of health professionals
Providing fair health policy
Using unused health facilities
Developing mental health services
Exposing crimes committed in hospitals and health care facilities
Studying mental health
Identifying dangerous health programmes
Assessing health programmes
Identifying behaviour dangerous to health
Healing
Improving mental health
Delivering quality health services to ethnically diverse populations
Reducing discriminatory use of health facilities
Using expensive health procedures
Regulating tobacco
Monitoring exposure to hazardous environmental pollutants
Protecting against travel health hazards
Protecting against hazards to human health
Documenting hazards to human health
Protecting against health hazards of motherhood
Protecting against toxic metals as health hazards
Protecting against health hazards of radioisotopes
Protecting against health hazards from food and drink
Protecting against health hazards in the metals industries
Protecting against health hazards from fish, crustacea and molluscs
Protecting against hazards to human health in the natural environment
Protecting against human health hazards in chemical-intensive agriculture
Improving health
Improving health control
Improving resources for health
Improving health services following war
Increasing health costs
Increasing public health costs
Decreasing public health costs
Increasing effectiveness of health education
Providing health education
Increasing efficiency of use of available health care
Reducing inequality of health within countries
Preserving inequality of attention to women's health issues
Reducing unequal development in the promotion of health
Humanizing health care
Providing physical infrastructure for health care delivery
Limiting health knowledge
Limiting public health subsidies
Limiting access to health services
Limiting availability of health resources
Increasing health knowledge
Freeing up public health subsidies
Freeing up availability of health resources
Distributing health personnel
Prosecuting misconduct of public health officers
Coordinating local preventive health programmes
Fostering peace through health
Working toward improved health services
Creating regional mental health associations
Promoting international health strategies
Planning health services
Globalizing health policies
Promoting health
Promoting public health care
Improving rehabilitation health care services
Implementing environmental health strategy
Promoting health education
Promoting preventative health education for women
Planning health care
Using health records
Improving health welfare
Advancing environmental health
Distributing health care
Standardizing dental health care delivery
Developing environmental health manpower
Training health workers
Improving health and safety
Preparing health education curriculum
Promoting child health
Protecting environmental health from effects of genetic recombination
Globalizing health action
Experiencing health
Promoting evangelization through sickness and suffering
Labelling health food products
Disseminating international health data
Training indigenous health professionals
Supporting health professionals
Protecting human health
Developing relevant health learning materials
Developing appropriate health technologies
Promoting mental health
Evaluating environmental health programmes
Conducting integrated environmental health risk assessments
Promoting dental health research
Strengthening national capacities for environmental health interventions
Producing health information
Advancing adolescent health
Promoting health care
Training mental health workers
Protecting health
Promoting adolescent health
Advancing health
Developing health care policy
Developing national public health services
Developing physical medicine
Producing animal health policies
Evaluating family planning
Appropriating health resources
Strengthening health services
Promoting health policies
Implementing primary health care strategies
Prioritizing health
Improving personal health
Developing health education
Collecting international health service data
Regionalizing environmental health
Safeguarding public health
Managing health care
Mobilizing health services
Assessing health risks
Establishing appropriate health care industry standards
Integrating health care services
Publicizing health
Testing animal health products
Networking among interested health agencies
Rehabilitating health services
Rehabilitating health care services
Charting global health progress
Developing international health strategies
Establishing health care
Developing oral health service
Type Classification:
C: Constructive values