Health in the community: Prevention and Provision Breast Cancer in the UK. Task 1: Report Task2: Newspaper Article.
“Breast cancer is responsible for the death of 1 in 12 women in the UK each year.” Investigate the prevention of breast cancer and provision of services in the community. This assignment consists of 2 Tasks:
Task 1 (criteria 1.1, 1.2, 2.1, 3.1): Investigative Report written using secondary research, into health promotion/prevention initiatives in respect of a health condition of your choice. ( Breast Cancer in the UK) Max words: 1,300 excluding bibliography.
Task 2 (criteria 3.2 & 3.3): Newspaper article written utilising both secondary and primary research as necessary; explaining and evaluating healthcare and social care services in respect of your chosen health condition. ( Breast Cancer UK) Max words: 1,200 excluding bibliography.
King Solomon was the third and the greatest king of Israel. He ”was the second son of David by his wife Bathsheba, and the acknowledged favourite of his father” (Oussani). Solomon is mostly known for his great wisdom and just soul. His main accomplishmen, the construction of the temple of the LORD in Jerusalem, also made him well-known and honorable among his people and among other nations as well. Apart from great wisdom, God also gave Solomon discerning heart, wealth, and honour, but still, at the end, this didn’t prevent him from making the mistake of following other gods. God played the major role in the king’s life. Since the day Solomon was born, the LORD guided him through his righteous life; he made him a successful, wise and discerning ruler, helped govern the nation, and build the temple and the the palace in Jerusalem. The fact that Solomon asked God to give him wisdom to govern his people, not long and joyful life, great power and wealth, makes us admire the king and honour his purpose to put the prosperity of his people before his own needs. Long before Solomon grew up and became a powerful king of Israel, we, the readers of the Bible, could foresee his upcoming success. God always was with him since the day he was born, ”and because the LORD loved him, he sent word through Nathan the prophet to name him Jedidiah” (2 Samuel 12:25). The name Jedidiah means ”loved by the LORD”. ”Solomon’s wisdom was greater than the wisdom of all the men of the Earth” (1 Kings 4:30). He used his astude and wise mind to rule over his nation and to educate people. He gave them useful knowledge about plants, animals, birds, reptiles and fish. The king became famous and honourable, not only among his people, but also among other nations. ”Man of all nations came to listen to Solomon’s wisdom, sent by all the kings of the world, who had heared of his wisdom” (1 Kings 4:34). Apart from having a great wisdom, Solomon was also a just and discerning judge. The scene in which two women ask him to decide who is the real mother of the child is the most famous example in which the king uses his discerning heart to jugde people. Solomon didn’t even need any evidences or the witnesses to make the right judgemen. Soon after ascending his father’s throne, Solomon ”bagan to build the Holy Temple” (Schoenber). He was controling the whole process of building it. The temple and its construction were very important for the king. By this, he showed his gratitude towards God and also fulfiled the intention of his father David. It took Solomon seven years to build the temple. In the end he also brought up the ark of the LORD’s covenant in it.>GET ANSWER