Public health



Respond to my classmate’s discussion by

explaining why you agree and why. (Minimum

of 200 Words)

Discussion 1 (Samuel)

Part 1: My name is Samuel O. Akapo. I am based in Maryland, USA. I currently perform as a

Direct Support Professional/Nursing Assistant. My future goal is to become a Public health

educator. The reason is that public health plays a critical role in improving the public’s well-

being through various contributions. They work towards improving the welfare of the

corporation and the communities they serve.

For instance, as a public health educator, I could teach the communities the benefit of wearing

seat belts. Such initiatives aim to enhance the general health of the broader public, especially

by focusing on proactive measures to prevent injuries.

Part II: I believe the government should be more involved in healthcare than individuals’ choice.

in the sense that, when the administration is involved, they will eliminate spending on

healthcare that has never been shown to enhance human health and wellness, and that money

can be utilized to extend to everyone’s well-being that has been shown to improve their

wellness. medications, treatments, and interventions that have been shown to improve human

health are typically known as high-value care whereas those that have not are called low-value


Individual choice will not bother much about their well-being, they will keep on procrastinating

to be taken care of by their healthcare provider. mainly, because they chose to do so or

because of financial constraints which is known as low-value care, and it is very costly to well-

being. If the government is involved we will be entitled to good quality health services, that are

in hand and lower priced to all who need them. As a result, it will eradicate low-value care, and

using the money saved to pay for high-value care, the same number of finances will create

good health insurance and health programs to pay for more people to obtain healthcare.

Furthermore. the administration will properly deliver health-related items to a community like

standard public health, consisting of fitness, monitoring, sanitation, and disease management:

the financing and transport of non-public fitness services like Medicaid, intellectual well-being,

and direct delivery through public hospitals and clinics.







Respond to my classmate’s discussion by

explaining why you agree and why. (Minimum

of 200 Words)

Discussion 2 (Kimberly)

I’m Kimberly Richardson Brooks from Westpoint, Georgia. By day, I’m a Manufacturing

Associate at Ge-Aviation, and by night, I own a catering business. Balancing these roles keeps

me on my toes, but the real juggling act involves being a mother to my six wonderful children.

Currently pursuing my second master’s degree, I’m focused on expanding my expertise in

Health and Safety. The end goal? Opening my consultancy firm dedicated to ensuring

workplaces are both secure and healthy. I am excited to be here and looking forward to

connecting with you all.

Part II:

I firmly advocate for government involvement in healthcare, as it brings numerous societal

advantages. A government-led healthcare system ensures universal access to essential medical

services, irrespective of one’s financial standing. This promotes social equality and addresses

public health concerns more effectively, as preventive measures and early interventions can be

implemented on a broader scale. Government oversight helps regulate and standardize

healthcare practices, ensuring the quality and safety of medical services. Additionally, a

centralized approach enables efficient allocation of resources, reducing administrative costs

and preventing the exploitation of consumers by profit-driven entities. Government

involvement in healthcare is crucial for fostering a healthier, more equitable society.


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