HNC HEALTH CARE-GRADED UNIT
Her educational background revealed that she discontinued studies at the earlier stages of her life. Then she started working as a kitchen assistant in a nearby restaurant. She has her ownhouse and her family consists of five members including two sons and a daughter and ahusband. In the context of her socioeconomic background and her existing disease condition itcould probably be stated that the quality of food consumption and living standard might be thecontributing factor of the cancer of the colon and on the basis of the educational history she hasknowledge deficit. Donna Myers, (colon cancer 2008) states where you live; who's around you,your occupation, and even when you work may all influence your risk of developing coloncancer In the perspective of the health and well being of this client it is quite clear that she had theopportunity for early screening and detecting the disease process at the preliminary stages. Sheshould have gone for this in order to be treated at early stages and better prognosis. Whilereviewing her history I could relate this with the conflict theory. The conflict theory states aboutsocial stratification and inequality in provision of health care and Kenworthy et al (2002) statesthat Conflict theory explains social structure and changes in it by arguing that actors pursuetheir interests in conflict with others and according to their resources for social organization
This client is totally confined to the care home due to the existing condition and henceforth sheis emotionally depressed. In the most of the cases her normal life is normally hindered. Her mental state is badly affected and in the context of the psychological need it is found that she isideal client for whom the cognitive theory is applicable as Kenworthy et al (2002) states thatcognition is involved in recognition with the thought process. Her past background revealed thather understanding level of disease process is poor. The client had undergone a colostomyoperation and it is as result of the carcinogenic condition of the large colon. Tortora et al (1996)states that the large colon has three parts called ascending colon, transverse colon anddescending colon.