Topic 26: The relationship between the access of quality Health Care Management System and the Financial Growth of Economy
Research Aim: Healthcare management systems play a huge role in the development of any society. This research is one of the health administration research topics that aim to quantitatively analyse the relationship between access to quality Healthcare Management Systems and the Financial Growth of the Economy.
Topic 27: Analysing the Relationship Between Postnatal Depression and Technology
Research Aim: The cases of Postnatal Depression have been rising in our societies over the last many years, and it is now considered the primary cause of various health issues.
This research aims to analyse how the use of digital technology, connecting more people across the Globe, can address the ever-increasing influence of Postnatal depression in the United Kingdom.
Research Problem: Technology is used to enhance every aspect of modern life. Similarly, technological developments have recently been integrated with education in neurology, neuroscience, brain function and chemistry, cellular biology, memory formation, ageing and longevity.
However, there is not much information related to how technological advancements, particularly concerning the access of valuable information in addressing Postnatal Depression, can be used to facilitate masses that are going through this problem.
The possibilities include the development of platforms such as Virtual Reality and recorded Therapy Sessions, Meditation Techniques and Lectures etc. This research collects primary data from industry practitioners to explore the opportunity and present recommendations accordingly.
Topic 28: The Impact of Optimal Healthcare Management on Emergency Departmental Visits After Discharge of Inpatients
Research Aim: The primary aim of the study is to analyse the frequency of patients' visits to the emergency department after their discharge and to identify variables that may impact the emergency department's performance. The study gathers data from discharged patients from internal medicine wards in the UK within a year. It is proposed to conduct a regression analysis on the collected data to find the relevant factors that impact emergency department visits.
Topic 29: Analysing the Importance of Pre-Surgery Assessment for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: A Narrative Review
Research Aim: The primary aim of this study is to analyse the importance of pre-surgery assessment for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The study is based on a narrative review, and the data is collected using a questionnaire.
Topic 30: A Critical Analysis of Pre-Operative Medical Management of Patients with COPD
Research Aim: In this study, the researcher aims to critically analyse pre-operative medical management practices currently employed for patients with COPD.
Topic 31: Optimising SOPs and Management of Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in Primary Health Care - Evidence from the UK
Research Aim: This aims to assess the standard operational practices (SOPs), and management that can be improved for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in primary healthcare. The data required to complete this paper is obtained from the UK.
Topic 32: Analysing the Implications of Mental Health Misdiagnosis on Severe Psychiatric Disorder Patients: A Detailed Review
Research Aim: This research aims to analyse the implications of mental-health misdiagnosis on severe psychiatric disorder patients. A detailed literature review is conducted in this paper.
Topic 33: The Impact of Psychological Factors on Emerging Virus Pandemics on Healthcare Workers
Research Aim: The study analyses the occurrence, prevention, and management of psychological factors on healthcare workers during the novel COVID-19 outbreak. The research examines the successful measures of managing healthcare workers' stress and psychological distress in the UK. The data is collected using a survey questionnaire to be distributed to frontline healthcare workers managing the COVID-19 crisis. The data is analysed using the PLS-SEM tool to understand the contributing factors that may impact healthcare workers.
Topic 34: Examining Methods and Tools that Can Optimise the Healthcare Management Systems and Policy-Making using Computer Aided Models and Methods
Research Aim: The study analyses various computer aided-systems and techniques that are being used in operations of healthcare management. The study examines how the use of big data and software systems can be used to investigate, understand and improve various healthcare management and policies for healthcare organisations.
Topic 35: The Role of Digital Self-Managed Healthcare Support Systems in the Development of a Quality Health Care Management - A Review of How Technology Can Evolve the Current Healthcare System
Research Aim: The primary aim of this study is to analyse the role of digital self-managed healthcare support systems in developing quality healthcare management. The study is one of the health administration research topics, which further aims to review how technology can evolve the current healthcare system in the UK.
Topic 36: Is it Possible to Offer Free Digital Quality Health Services Globally?
Research Aim: In this study, the researcher aims to explore if it is possible to offer free digital quality health services globally. The case study of Canadian states is used to complete this paper.
Topic 37: Psychological Impact of Challenging Social and Economic Conditions on Public Mental Health of Young Adults: A Case Study
Research Aim: The primary aim of this study is to analyse the psychological impact of challenging social and economic conditions on the public health of young adults. The researcher aims to conduct a case study using primary data in this research which is among the top research topics for healthcare management.