Amspar Business Project
Contents ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 3 TERMS OF REFERENCE 4 ABOUT THE AUTHOR 5 Summary 6 Introduction 7 Present Situation 11 METHODOLOGY 14 PESTLE Analysis 18 PESTLE Analysis 20 SWOT Analysis 22 Options for Implementation 23 Cost Benefit Analysis 27 CONCLUSION 28 RECOMMENDATIONS 29 BIBLIOGRAPHY 30
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Men are often better at looking after their physical wellbeing than their emotional and
mental wellbeing. Many thrive on stress and cannot work well unless they have
deadlines to meet or more than one job on the go.
* Stress management
* Relationship matters
* Risk taking
* Anger Management
* Cardiovascular issues including blood pressure and cholesterol.
* Cancer especially prostate and bowel.
* Injuries sustained through work, sport and traffic.
* Sexual health and awareness
‘If you compare all the major killers such as heart disease and lung cancer, men easily
come out the best, from the undertakers’ point of view’ Dr Ian Banks, President,
Men’s Health Forum
‘Exercise: If you are healthy you don’t need it; if you are sick, you shouldn’t take it’
Henry Ford, motor manufacturer
Within an Army setting, it has long been recognised there is a need for health
promotion alongside traditional medicine within a General Practice environment.
Soldiers are notoriously poor at recognising the need to take responsibility for their
own health so require education and their commanders need to be setting examples.
The Army Medical Services (AMS) has two distinctive roles:
1. Provision of advice to the chain of command on health promotion and
matters concerning medical support