Rather than fixed discussion questions, we want you to be discussing things from the topics of the course that are current and meaningful to you today.
Even before you begin reading, we want each of you to capture a list of 3-5 real concerns, if not fears, you have about healthcare: both as a professional in the domain and as an individual, child of a parent, parent of a child, and friend to someone you care about. Post these concerns and why they are important to you in the course discussion forum; read what others have written; read the first two chapters of the text; reflect on what others have posted; refine your post; ask questions; and start working to dig deeper and go further than you probably have in many courses. In each of the following 7 weeks, your instructor will select and post topics and questions from these initial posts and the class will be required to answer the questions and discuss the answers.
Please follow the guidance about what constitutes a reasonable post (both in content and amount). Your posts are an important contribution to the course and they need to be given proper attention and respect. Posts fewer than 250 words do not contain enough content to make a true contribution to the discussion and properly acknowledge the contributions of the others in the class. Take your time and do a good job.
The role of healthcare institutions, as well as healthcare professionals, is to offer care to patients and enable them to regain their health (Smith et al., 2017). The healthcare industry encounters major issues that are of concern to workers in the industry. They include the prevalence of antibiotic-resistant superbugs, lack of enough medical practitioners which overwhelms the current doctors and nurses and the long waiting periods……click below to purchase the full answer at $5