Abnormal Health Believes with Frequent Presentations: Primary Care Experience of Bangladesh

  • Yasir Arafat BSMMU

Abstract

Bangladesh is a densely populated poor country in South Asia having an area of 1, 47,570sq  km  and   a   populationestimate  of   160 million with the density of 1063 per square kilometer.The people are homogenous in respect ofethnicity  as well as there are few well believed wrong perceptions regarding health and wellbeing prevailed among the people.  It was aimed to raise the issue so that further larger studies would address those and take proper steps to change the perceptions appropriately. Along with the other wrong health belief and perception this beliefs results in an inappropriate response, attitude as well as inappropriate utilization of resources. Further extensive studies are the time demanded to address the problem scientifically and to rectify the inappropriate illness behavior.

Published
2017-03-14
How to Cite
Arafat, Y. (2017). Abnormal Health Believes with Frequent Presentations: Primary Care Experience of Bangladesh. International Journal of Perceptions in Public Health, 1(2), 85-86. Retrieved from http://ijpph.org/index.php/ijpph/article/view/35
Section
Short Commentary