Consumer Health Programs - Week of Notes
Consumer Health Programs - Week of Notes HLED 3203
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Date Created: 02/14/16
Consumer Health Week of Notes: Review Quack- a pretender to a medical skill Health Fraud- promotion, for profit of a medical remedy known to be false or unproven $15 billion is spent yearly on falsely advertised products and services Placebo – power of suggestion Scientific method- an objective way to gather and evaluate data Case study- a systematic observation, person by person Lab experiment – type of study involves the studies of animals or living tissue Peer review- work reviewed by others with similar educational background and experience Rush- the father of American medicine Quackery – primarily promoted by people that share misinformation and personal experience with others 1 our of 4 adults in the US will use a quack product each year Testimonial – the communicating of personal experiences of a product or services Epidemiological – type of study analyzes data from various population groups Experimental – a study that employs controlled clinical trials Lister – developed an antiseptic for surgery Panacea – cure –all
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