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The quality of health plays an important part in a society that cannot be understated. Health quality can be primarily defined as the state of the individual in terms of physical and mental wellbeing with references to what is considered as being what is referred to as optimal operational capability based on the genetic potential of each individual as well as established guidelines by the scientific health authority (Nary&Summers, 2017). A healthy community is a desirable characteristic of any flourishing civilisation because it enables them to progress forward sustainably.
In addition, the absence of optimal functioning can leave several detriments to both the individual, this immediate family, and society as a whole. Maladaptive health and poor physical and mental conditioning can lead to consequences that are far-reaching; as such it is of vital importance that the wellbeing of a community is sustained and encouraged to ensure that society can function both optimally and continue to perpetuate itself (Smithies&Webster, 2018).
This research proposal is this centred on the fabrication of a means of continued health and wellbeing promotion cycle. A primary and a secondary mixed methods approach will be necessary to complete the task if tangible aftermaths are to be acquired towards the end of the exercise.
To ensure that the community sustains and perpetuates a lifestyle that places the importance of health in both the physical and mental categories. The following objectives shall have to be assiduously executed to ensure success;
The scope of the project puts it into requiring a large amount of data from both primary sources as well as secondary ones. In part, primary data collection can be conducted for each cohort that will be examined. To ensure that ethical standards are being followed to avoid backlash, the participants will be familiarised with the extent of the research; they will be instructed on how their data will be utilised in the research and in what manner and to what degree their personal information shall be used and by what groups, individuals, or organisations.