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As a result, WHO is seen to spend a huge sum of money in the elimination of such issues fromthe society to help in solving the problems (Flood, 2003; World Health Organization, 2001). Forthat reason, the NGOs’ revenues have been declined. Everyone ought to participate in wiping outwrong doings and building the country to be free from health issues and bring about good healthto the public. A number of people have been affected by Baby P’s moral panic. People need to concentrate onthis sector to help in the elimination of feelings of fear locally for the reason that when Baby P’scase spread out above the local boundary, it decreases the productivity of the national level at ahigh percentage (Bowling, 2014). A good example is when the National Health Service (NHS)did a survey on different issues about health and social care in the UK. The main question askedwas if they thought about the UK is ensuring their best in the delivery of quality health and socialcare services globally. From the result, 63% people said yes, 34% people said no, and the restsaid nothing at all (NHS. 2014). The results show the attitude of people towards the health andsocial care sector of the country.In the UK, people get access to clinical services and health care services to make sure they getgood wellbeing. Nevertheless, there are other persons who cannot pay for the much-neededmoney to make them be able to have access to continuous health care services. The UKgovernment is thus in the course of helping such individuals in getting access to more health careservices from their country (Rose, 2000). International organizations also come up in support ofnations that do not have the monetary strength of accessing more health and social care services.Thus the government’s local practise reveals the national plan to support individuals who are not
Contemporary Issues in Health and Social Care14able to access any health care services in the country. Selling products leading the spread of fearbrought about Baby P’s case by people are prohibited. This kind of attitude developed by thelocal society was initiated at the national level. UNICEF and WHO had proclaimed that sellingproducts and having lifestyles that might lead to inheritance of the moral panic are highlyprohibited (World Health Organization, 2001).4.2 Evaluate the validity of public attitudes and behaviors in relation to Baby P’s case It is a known fact that people affected by a moral panic need to maintain a steady check-up. Orelse, the feeling of fear might rise daily. A moral panic can easily be controlled and managednevertheless it is not possible to get the full cure of the feeling. In the sector health and socialcare, various people are from diverse societies. These people’s attitudes and behavior do varyfrom one society to the other. Health and social care of moral panic affected people areconducted via educating people of public events and using awareness programs. The individualsof the health and social organization have to be capable of understanding and managing those