Chapter 1 HSC 160
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Date Created: 09/04/15
HSC 160 Chapter 1 Shaping Your Heath Notes What your health impacts Education career socialization techniques traveling connections with people parentingability to become a parent hobbies recreational activities ability to live independently Important Contexts Life Span maximum years a human is capable of living Life Expectancy Average years those apart of a cohort can expect to live Cohort ex countries gender birth year Health Adjusted Life Expectancy Life Course the path followed through life Life Style life course personalized by a cohort generation Life Fable a person s quotstoryquot from their point of view Health Promotion A movement in which the transmission of knowledge practices and values to people are used to bene t their lives in length decrease of illness and the overall emotion of feeling better Wellness The development of an overall wellness lifestyle that unlocks our full potential Health Education Settings Professional Preparation Program 4 major settings School oldest setting Publiccommunity government funded ex CDC Worksite Health CareClinical health education nurses medical assistants Health Literacy Obtain Interpret and understand basic health information and services Enhance health using such information and services A Health Literate Person is Critical thinker and problem solver Examine health problems properly Create solutions for these problems Responsible productive Citizen Feel an obligation to help keep their community as safe secure and healthy as possible Selfdirected learner Understand the need for information about health to bene t their life Effective communicator Organize and communicate beliefs ideas and information about health through multiple effective methods of communication World Health Organization 1947 Occurred at the end of WW2 quotHealth is a state of complete physical mental and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease and infirmityquot Holistic Health Perspective of health in accordance to physical emotional social intellectual spiritual environmentaloccupational dimensions all interacting 6 Dimensions of Health These dimensions are critical to life they all intertwine directly and indirectly Physical Dimension Body performance rate Physical indicators such as BP RHR Cholesterol Physical tness Endurance levels Disease susceptibility Recuperation power Emotional Dimension Perception of reality competence anxiety Stress coping mechanisms control of self Con ict resolution future is collaboration with others Feelings mentally healthy express emotions appropriately Social Dimension Social Skills in general Effectively working with diverse groups in different settings This development is necessary to succeed in career and life How do you interact with everyone Intellectual Dimension How new information is processed and acted on Ability to create and solidify values and beliefs nding own Identity Work on decisionmaking little decisions add up to big ones Spiritual Dimension Relationship to other humans animals living creatures Having spiritual direction in your life The nature of human behavior Serve others willingly EnvironmentalOccupational Dimension Employment Satisfaction related to health directly MicroEnvironment community college familyfriend network MacroEnvironment the world in full perspective
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