Quality of School Health Services

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AL ARAB MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
FACULTY OF PUBLIC HEALTH
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICE ADMINISTRATION

Quality of School Health Services from the Perspective of Service Providers and Beneficiaries

Submitted in Partial Fulfillment for the Degree of
Bachelor of Public Health

Prepared By

MAILUD EL AMARI
ASHARAF ABDULSALAM

2008

CONTENTS

Chapter IIntroduction and Objectives1-4

Chapter IISubject and Method5-6

Research Setting

Sample Size and Sampling Technique

Data analysis

Chapter IIIResults and Discussion7-44

Morbidity

Non-communicable diseases

Injuries

Mortality

Non-communicable diseases

Injuries

Chapter IIIConclusions and Recommendations45-48

References49-51

Abstract (Arabic)52-53

List of Tables

Table 1Distribution of sample by major diagnosis for admission Table 2Distribution of sample by major diagnosis and age
Table 3Distribution of sample by major diagnosis and year of admission Table 4Distribution of patients diagnosed as suffering from NCDs by type of disorders and sex Table 5Distribution of patients diagnosed as suffering from NCDs by type of disorder and age group Table 6Distribution of patients diagnosed as suffering from NCDs by type of disorder and year of admission Table 7Distribution of patients diagnosed as suffering from GIT disorders by diseases and year of admission Table 8Distribution of patients diagnosed as suffering from GIT disorders by diseases and sex Table 9Distribution of patients diagnosed as suffering from GIT disorders by diseases and age group Table 10Distribution of patients diagnosed as suffering from respiratory disorders by type of disease Table 11Distribution of patients diagnosed as suffering from cancer by type and sex Table 12Distribution of persons with injuries by reasons and sex Table 13Distribution of persons with injuries by reasons and age group Table 14Distribution of persons with injuries by site of injury and sex Table 15Admissions and mortality across years

Table 16Distribution of sample by major diagnosis
Table 17Distribution of sample by major diagnosis and sex
Table 18Distribution of sample by major diagnosis and age
Table 19Distribution of deaths due to non-communicable disorders by the type Table 20Distribution of deaths due to non-communicable diseases by age and type Table 21Distribution of deaths due to non-communicable diseases by year and type Table 22Distribution of deaths due to GIT disorders by sex

Table 23Distribution of deaths due to GIT disorders by age
Table 24Distribution of deaths due to cancer by type of cancer and sex Table 25Distribution of deaths due to cancer by type of caner and age Table 26Distribution of deaths due to cancer by type of cancer and year Table 27Distribution of deaths due to cardiac disorders by sex Table 28Distribution of deaths due to cardiac disorders by age Table 29Distribution of deaths due to neurological disorders by sex Table 30Distribution of deaths due to injuries by reason and sex Table 31Distribution of deaths due to injuries by reason and age Table 32Distribution of deaths diagnosed for injuries by reason and year List of Figures

Fig. 1Proportional distribution of sample by year of admission Fig. 2Distribution of sample by sex
Fig. 3Mortality by nationality
Fig. 4Mortality by age group
Abstract

School health programs are incorporated into the broader framework of primary health care in Libya. School health programs are aimed, directly, at providing healthcare services to children in school. These school health programs help in building healthy future generations as it facilitates development of healthy habits, hygienic practices, healthy life style.

It is in this context of increasing importance of health care programs at school...
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