HP, Week 4
HP, Week 4 Heal 325 Health Promotion
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9/19/2016 HP Exam 1 | Evernote Web A needs assessment is the process of __ _ _ _ _ _ _ the needs of a priority population.: identifying, analyzing, and prioritizing PHAB: Pubic Health accreditation Board Type of data included in a needs assessment: Secondary and Primary data HIA: Health Impact Assessment BPR Model: planners rate 4 components of the identified needs. Ratings are put into a formula in order to determine a priority rating between 0 and 100. CLASS NOTES Important Acronyms to Know MRFIT: Multiple Risk Factor Intervention Trial REACH: Racial and Ethical Approaches to Community Health AAHE: American Associaation for Health Education ACHA: American College Health Association APHA: American Public Health Association ASHA: America School Health Association CEPH: Council on Education for Public Health CHES: Certified Health Education Specialist SCAAHE: South Carolina Association for the Advancement of Health Education SCAHPERD: South Carolina Alliance for Health Physical Education Recreation and Dance SHAPE America: Society of Heakth and Physical Educators SOPHE: Sociey for Public Health Education HRA: Health Risk Assessment https://www.evernote.com/Home.action#n=130b013815bd4b218649b228cf4aefd1&b=6f3dc430d32/443b880a3934b9ddbac96&ses=4&sh=1&sds=5& 9/19/2016 HP Exam 1 | Evernote Web Health Disparities Life expectancy for women: 81.2 Health expectancy for men: 76.4 Who is more susceptible for alzheimer's?: women Lower income and education associated with: heart disease, diabetes, obesity, low birth weight, higher blood lead levels ADA: prevents discrimination in: employment, transportation, govt activity, communications, public accommodations (WHP) The Case for Worksite Health Promotion Benefits of WHP: Employee health care cost is reduced Attract and retain good employees Improve moral Employees work longer and better Leading causes of death: Heart Disease, Cancer, Respiratory Disease, Accidents, Stroke, Alzheimer's, Diabetes, Pneumonia/Influenza Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, Quaternary 3 Levels of Impact in (WHP) Awareness Behavior Change ***You have to cause the behavior change to happen. ***Behavior change happens overtime, not instantly. Supportive Environment Assess Assess population to find out what they want. Know the culture of the population. Know demographics and health issues related to the population. https://www.evernote.com/Home.action#n=130b013815bd4b218649b228cf4aefd1&b=6f3dc430d36a3/4880a3934b9ddbac96&ses=4&sh=1&sds=5&
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