Jul 28, 2017


This paper concentrates on the primary theme of IMPACTS OF UNEMPLOYMENT ON HEALTH CARE in which you have to explain and evaluate its intricate aspects in detail. In addition to this, this paper has been reviewed and purchased by most of the students hence; it has been rated 4.8 points on the scale of 5 points. Besides, the price of this paper starts from £ 40. For more details and full access to the paper, please refer to the site.


In this final SLP assignment, you will wrap up your literature review regarding your chosen topic. Choose 3 of the research articles from the literature review you have conducted throughout the session. 1. Write an introductory paragraph and state which topic you have been researching for the SLP. 2. Write 1 paragraph about each article. You should be able to use your previous papers to gather much of this information. Include the following: • the title of the article • who did the research • the research procedure or design • where and how the sample was obtained • what procedures the research entailed • a description of the results • any confounding factors 2. Discuss which of your research studies seems to yield the most meaningful and valid results, and which seems to be the weakest or most questionable. Be sure to explain why think so, using the information you have learned in this course. 3. In another paragraph, remind me of your SLP research question and your hypothesis. Knowing what you`ve learned about correlations and confounding variables: (a) identify 1 correlation you would look for in your research. (b) Identify 2 possible confounding variables that would affect the research topic you have been focusing on throughout the SLP. 4. Close the paper with a concluding paragraph that summarizes what you have learned from the SLP assignments throughout the session.
IMPACTS OF UNEMPLOYMENT ON HEALTH CARENameCourseUnit NameLecturerResearch Article1 The Impact of Unemployment on Mental and Physical Health, Access to Health Care and Health Risk BehaviorsIn article the purpose of the study was to examine the impact of employment status and unemployment duration on perceived health, access to health care, and health risk behaviors. Most of the descriptive Data from Nevada`s 2009 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) were analyzed. The survey compared participants who were unemployed (greater than and less than one year) to those who were employed and those who were voluntarily out of the labor force (OLF). Those who were unemployed had a large number of mental illnesses which played a major role in delaying health services due to cost. Descriptively the research indicates that the unemployment resulted to mental illness due to stress which later affected the payment of premiums hence low insurance cover. In line with my hypothesis, unemployed participants in this study were not more likely to binge drink, smoke, or be physically inactive. Findings from this study suggest that the impetus for unemployment be it voluntary or involuntary, may significantly ...

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