PREVALENCE OF CHRONIC ILLNESSES AMONG THE OLDER IN CAPE COAST METROPOLITAN OVER PREVIOUS FOUR YEARS
This paper graphs a brief history of Ghana's chronic disease burden over the last five years, focusing on prevalence, risk and health issues implications with regards to aging. Two arguments are created. First, chronic diseases in Ghana comprise public health and developmental challenges, requiring a similar intellectual and financial obligations afforded to communicable and infectious conditions. Information on the prevalence of chronic disease in Ghana is limited in scope and quality. There is absolutely no single origin that can be used to spell out the effects of ill health significance across the spectrum of disease severity. Administrative data sources such as medical center out-patient's documents from Countrywide Health Insurance Scheme, Ghana can be used to assess individuals aspects of ailment that require medical attention. Second, to know and react to the complex roots and consequences of chronic conditions, research, affluence and plans have to be up to date by a comprehensive biomedical and social research - collaborations. Statement of Problem
There is also a perception that chronic conditions are uncommon or that they do not create significant public well-being challenges when compared with communicable conditions. Goal: Generally, the study should assess the frequency of persistent diseases with aging in Ghana. Goals: Specifically that discusses the types of chronic disease in shawl coast, analyze the ages associated with chronic disease, identify conceivable causes of long-term disease, recognize the need for plans on serious disease and discuss the possible effects of long-term disease in Cape Coast-Ghana. Research Hypothesis
Ho: There is not any significant romantic relationship between maturing and serious disease H1: There is a significant relationship among aging and chronic disease Methodology and Timelines
Data: Secondary data from Bekwai, ghana National Medical health insurance Scheme,...