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GPH 714, Week 3 Notes

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1. Describe how social and behavioral factors influence health. 2. Recognize the ecological model. 3. Describe social determinants of health.
Principles of Public Health
Jennifer Gunderman
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Danielle Kraack on Thursday August 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to GPH 714 at University of New England taught by Jennifer Gunderman in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Principles of Public Health in Master of Public Health at University of New England.


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Date Created: 08/25/16
Week 3 Learning Outcomes: ● Describe how social and behavioral factors influence health. o Humans are social creatures o Behavior is strongly affected by their social environment o Attitudes towards health, peer pressure, SES ● Recognize the ecological model. o 5 Levels ▪ Intrapersonal ● Encompasses the knowledge, attitudes, and skills of the individual ▪ Interpersonal ● Family, friends, and co-workers ● Families are the origin for a lot of health behaviors ● Friends and peer pressure are a large factor in teen years ▪ Institutional ● Schools and workplaces o Ideal setting for PH intervention ● People spent ⅓ to ½ of their lives in this setting ▪ Community ● Significant factor ● Can be positive o Church groups promoting health-related interventions ● Can be negative o Tobacco industry in the south is a pillar of economy ▪ Public Policy ● Encompasses the regulations and limitations on behavior ● Tend to be most explicit and controversial ● Describe social determinants of health. o SES ▪ Socioeconomic Status ▪ Biggest determinant ▪ Includes income, education, and occupational status o Demographic factors ▪ Race, gender, marital status o Stress and social support


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