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Task 6: Health Advocacy Assessment Part 2 - Looking Forward

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Answering Part 2 of Task 6: Health Advocacy assessment , which included defining a NHPA, how this population's health status could improve with advocacy and making recommendations to a relevant health agency to enable advocacy. Received 80% because i made a few silly mistakes, if you use this as an outline make sure to include a definition for each advocacy strategy as well as a definition for advocacy itself, discuss the increased burden of disease and how it is a NHPA for Australia in the intro (what is type 2 diabetes) and also make sure to include detailed examples for all recommendations (eg for last examples - developing partnerships - add in example of creating a fun run).

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Diabetes Endocrine system Medicine Endocrinology Diabetes mellitus Insulin resistance Insulin Hyperglycemia Blood sugar Diabetes management Prediabetes
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Diabetes Endocrine system Medicine Endocrinology Diabetes mellitus Insulin resistance Insulin Hyperglycemia Blood sugar Diabetes management Prediabetes
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A majority of people (85-90%) who have been diagnosed with Diabetes have Type 2 Diabetes, which is when the insulin their bodies create is not being processed properly and an insulin resistance is built up. Initially more insulin is made by the pancreas to put glucose into the body’s cells, but sooner or later the pancreas can’t keep up with the amount of sugar being consumed and the sugar is alternatively forced to build up in the body’s blood. Diabetes usually develops over extended periods of time and mostly occurs in people over 45 years old. After time high blood sugar levels caused by diabetes can cause other serious health problems. These can include issues with: - Blood and heart vessels - Kidneys - Pregnancy - Eyes - Nerves (which affects a range of other body procedures such as digestion ...
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