Medical Education, course of study directed toward imparting to persons seeking to become physicians the knowledge and skills required for the prevention and treatment of disease. It also develops the methods and objectives appropriate to the study of the still unknown factors that produce disease or favour well-being. Among the goals of medical education is the production of physicians sensitive to the health needs of their country, capable of ministering to those needs, and aware of the necessity of continuing their own education.
Internal Medicine, sometimes known as general medicine, is the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of illnesses in adults. Internists, or just doctors, are doctors who have practical experience in general medicine. They have a special talent for managing patients with multi-framework illnesses. Doctors not only care for hospitalised and walking patients, but also contribute significantly to research and education. Doctors spend a significant portion of their time at healing facilities because general medicine patients are seriously ill and demand more in-depth conclusions and examinations. They also have a speciality in diseases that affect specific organ systems.
Public Health and Preventive Medicine
Rather than dealing with individuals, Public Health and preventive medicine focus on groups or populations. There is a continual need to increase the number of public health and preventive medicine residents and improve their speciality training; all medical students and residents should enter practise with substantive knowledge and practical abilities in these areas. This knowledge and abilities will help them be more effective in areas including empowering patients to manage chronic health issues, helping patients to make lifestyle changes, identifying and minimising occupational and environmental risk factors, and enabling patients to make lifestyle adjustments.
Occupational Health and Safety
Occupational health and safety envelops the social, mental and physical prosperity of labourers that is the "entire individual. occupational health related medical problems are regularly given less consideration than occupational health and safety issues in light of the fact that the previous are by and large more hard to stand up to. Be that as it may, when Good health is tended to, so is safety, in light of the fact that a solid work environment is likewise a protected working environment. The opposite, however, may not be genuine - a supposed safe work environment isn't really additionally a solid working environment. The critical point is that issues of both health and safety must be tended to in each working environment.
Global Health and Health Science
The rise to prominence of the term "Global Health" has coincided with the advent of globalisation, an improved understanding of basic vulnerabilities, and a sense of more shared responsibility regarding the current global imbalances. For example, we should think about increasing the health risks posed by environmental change. We can grasp how ozone-harming substance outflows may influence the population by recognising the role of globalisation in driving ozone-depleting substance discharges. Good health is important not just in one place, but all around the world. We begin to see how combating these difficulties would necessitate a massive, globally coordinated effort.
Food Safety indicates to those hazards that have physical, chemical and microbiological effects it makes food injurious to the health. It also describes handling, preparation and storage of food in order to prevent foodborne illness. Food safety often overlaps with food defence to prevent harm to consumers. Food can transmit disease from person to person as well as serve as a growth medium for bacteria that can cause food poisoning. So food safety is a significant public health issue. Every year death of approximately 2 million people occurs due to unsafe food. More than 200 diseases occur because of harmful bacteria, viruses, parasites or chemical substances in food.
Dental Health Education
Current measures of Dental Health status are primarily clinical in nature and rely on clinical and radiographic assessment of the patient's dental health. Information about a patient's ability to perform usual activities related to good dental health for example, chewing, speaking, and smiling is not routinely collected. This study investigated what measures contribute to dental functional status, how they are related to traditional clinical measures, whether dental factors contribute to other generic measures of health, and the extent to which dental factors contribute to overall quality of life. The dental functional status index may be useful in clarifying the relationship between dental health and overall health and quality of life measures.