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Extra health notes ch.1

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Extra health notes ch.1 Public health 2000

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Extra notes out of class for Public Health
Intro to public health
Heather Harmon
Class Notes
health, Public Health, Public




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by rh389814 on Saturday January 30, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Public health 2000 at Ohio University taught by Heather Harmon in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 161 views. For similar materials see Intro to public health in Public Health at Ohio University.

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Date Created: 01/30/16
Health Notes ch.1 10 Great Public Health Achievements 1. Vaccination 6. Safer and healthier foods 2. Motor vehicle safety 7. Healthier mothers and babies 3. Safer work places 8. Family planning 4. Control of infectious diseases 9. Fluoridation of drinking water 5. Decline of deaths from coronary   10. Recognition of tobacco use as  Heart disease and stroke      a health hazard Important Definitions  Health: “a dynamic state or condition of the human organism that is  multidimensional in nature, a resource for living, and results from a’s rson interactions with and adaptions to his or her environment…” (p.6)  Community: a group of people connected by similar traits, interests, cultures, etc. o Communities are defined by:   Membership  Common symbol items  Shared values/norms  Mutual influence  Shared needs  Shared emotional connection  Public health: things society does to ensure the health and safety of the public  Community health: general health of a group of people and steps taken to promote their  health and safety  Global health: health issues across the world  Health disparities: difference of health in populations  Factors that Affect the Health of a Community  Physical factors: o Geography o Environment o Community size o Industrial development  Social/Cultural factors: o Beliefs o Economy o Politics o Religion o Social norms o Socioeconomic status *Herd immunity: a whole population is immune to an infectious disease* * Most common cause of death in the U.S. is heart disease*


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