The competition is tough all the way around, and companies are tight financially in making ends meet for all employees that are trying to help others survive around the globe (Peto, Darby, Deo, Silcocks, Whitley, & Doll, 2000).
Public health priorities are an issue that could arise at any given time in trying to get adults to stop smoking. For example, if an emergency occurs with someone who has received a gunshot wound, then they are less likely to pay attention to the details of smoking until the person is well again through much medical attention. Additionally, if he or she is focused on the vital organs at that time, and the person is in a comma, then it is possible that death is inevitable because of doctors and nurses not able to find out about smoking in one's past before this tragic event; although, a miracle could take place if caught in time from a family member or friend of someone who has this particular history (Peto, Darby, Deo, Silcocks, Whitley, & Doll, 2000). In the end, their efforts are meaningless because the person was dying to begin with due to all the harm that was caused for the years of smoking and the wound that killed him or her almost instantaneously (Peto, et al., 2000).
Another issue is when an epidemic arises, and people need oxygen to survive, along with care around the clock. For example, the worse strain of the swine flu occurs, and there is nothing to stop this issue. People are dying in every city and currently no cure exists at that particular time. All medical personnel can do is make the person as comfortable as possible. This can hinder any effort to deal with smoking because people are trying to overcome a deadly virus that will end up affecting the entire world if it is not stopped immediately (Peto, et al., 2000).
Those that are medical personnel would consider this a higher priority than by means of actually trying to deal with smoking and trying to stop it. Primarily, the reason is because people are focused on the emergency more so than that of stopping smoking worldwide or within the U.S. itself (Peto, Darby, Deo, Silcocks, Whitley, & Doll, 2000). These individuals are trying to meet their needs first, which is understandable; however, the smaller issues will continue to arise when medical staff least expect it, such as when a surgical procedure is needed for him or her because of influenza (Silagy & Lancaster T, 2007).
Many cultural issues are worth considering. Those that are minorities, such as black, Hispanic and so forth are likely to not want to adhere to this proposal because of the possibility of not wanting to stop their habit (Prochaska, DiClemente, Velicer, & Rossi, 1993). Many of them are in gangs and are non-religious individuals that are involved in this type of activity (Jorenby, et al., 2008). They will care about themselves more than that of those who are white and religious. In fact, their prejudices may get in the way, and blame the dominant race for their issues of getting involved with smoking in the first place (Prochaska, DiClemente, Velicer, & Rossi, 1993). These will hinder any effort in making sure that people are open to the idea of it. With these particular groups of people, they are going to become intolerant to it because it has become a part of their life, and as a means in which to make it as easy as possible for them. Many may actually require that the government pay them for all their hardship because of the fact that they brought their ancestors to America by making them slaves (Jorenby, et al., 2008). Regardless, this could hinder efforts in...
Everyone is encouraged to smoke as well as drink, and to please their gods through this entire process. Any outsider would have to learn these quickly or risk getting shunned from the community. People would have to comply, but they would not obey what other governments have put into place because it does not apply to them in that part of the world itself (Peto, Darby, Deo, Silcocks, Whitley, & Doll, 2000). Many individuals who enacted this would become either offended or tolerant because of it due to the fact that this part of globe is more collectivist that the U.S. (Williamson, J, RF, JC, GA, & T., 1991). These are areas worth considering when it comes to preventing any kind of additional diseases, but to keep in mind limitations as well (Kottke, RN, GH, & ML., 1988).
Many obstacles to my potential strategy are worth overcoming. Since the brand new policy is to add extra taxes on smoking and fining the smoking companies for their actions, then one is able to make sure that people comply or go out of business. A way to overcome the challenges is to have someone from each company represented in Congress (Kottke, RN, GH, & ML., 1988). This may mean making sure that there is someone in government that is passionate about this issue, and willing to do whatever it takes to make sure that people do comply with the new law. Through this effort, fewer mistakes are made, and people are getting what they need done to make it happen by having someone speak on their behalf. Any gender can do this regardless of background (Kottke, et al., 1988).
For example, medical people are more thorough with this matter because they are required to ask the patient of smoking in the past before doing anything with him or her surgically or when an emergency arises. Because of this effort, people will live longer due to extra steps taken on behalf of the patients in the hospitals from each of the medical staff that is present to take care of them at the time (Kottke, et al., 1988).
Many of the U.S. citizens will become opposed to the idea of more taxes; however, if the politician or advocate can convince them that it is for the good, then they might become okay with it. This is not going to appear easy at first. He or she will have to speak in major cities and give examples of how this new policy will help everyone in the process. This will make it difficult for everyone else who wants to smoke, which is the goal of the entire matter. Regardless, people are going to have to decide on whether or not to take part in ending smoking for the country or if there is some level of motivation for them to stop their horrible habit (Jorenby, et al., 2008). In the end, everyone will learn and see that this is something worthwhile, no matter what he or she has endured through the years (Prochaska, DiClemente, Velicer, & Rossi, 1993).
By going this route, this is more effective. People are able to understand that tobacco companies that sell smoking products need stopped in every aspect possible. The goal is to one day abolish them in the U.S. In fact, many success stories will arise because of it (Glassma, et al., 1990). For example, a woman may say that she spent thousands of dollars a year on smoking, but when the taxes went up and the companies selling the products got fined; this motivated her to stop her horrible habit (Glassma, et al., 1990). Commercials could get made to help extrinsically motivate individuals to stop smoking, and through this support groups are made as a means in holding them accountable, besides with family and friends (Prochaska, et al., 1993).
The ultimate goal is to get people to stop smoking. This means that they do everything possible to have accountability from everyone around them to make this happen. Not only that, but also from individuals who are seeking a means in which to do everything possible to ensure this matter is resolved in a timely fashion (Silagy & Lancaster T, 2007). They will become more open to the idea of having new people in Congress who will advocate for them, and to make it difficult for tobacco companies to exist any longer. Anyone who is a smoker may at first become opposed; however, in the future, they will understand that it was for their own good (Prochaska, et al., 1993).
Smoking cessation is not an easy topic for anyone to fix because of how long this has occurred over the years. Government may or may not do anything if someone is not there to push the matter forward by making a new bill out of it for people to learn their lesson from…
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