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SFUHSCI 130Robert HoggSpring

HSCI 130 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Public Health, Odds Ratio, Hiv

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SFUHSCI 130Robert HoggSpring

HSCI 130- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 57 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
Public health = to promote health and quality of life by preventing and controlling disease, injury and disability (cdc mission statement) The approach
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SFUHSCI 130Robert HoggSpring

HSCI 130- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 29 pages long!)

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16 Feb 2018
Public health = to promote health and quality of life by preventing and controlling disease, injury and disability (cdc mission statement) The approach
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerFall

HSCI 130 Study Guide - Final Guide: Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder

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21 Feb 2016
An environmental carcinogen, more important than second hand smoking. Decreases in pollution will decrease non-trauma, respiratory, and cardiovascular
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerFall

HSCI 130 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Collective Action, Racialization, Cancer Screening

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24 Oct 2015
Mortality birthday: lifetime risk = 1 in every x canadian will develop disease before x. Example if the cumulative incidence of depression is 18% up to
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerFall

HSCI 130 Final: Sensitivity and Specificity Exam Practise

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10 Dec 2015
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerFall

HSCI 130 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Medical Sociology, Diarrhea, Reductionism

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17 Nov 2015
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SFUHSCI 130Myint TunFall

HSCI 130 Study Guide - Final Guide: Reductionism, Consumerism, Canadian Indian Residential School System

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5 Dec 2018
Conditions in which people are born, grow, work and live. These circumstances are shaped by the distribution of money, power and resources at global, n
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SFUHSCI 130Robert HoggSpring

HSCI 130 Study Guide - Final Guide: Health Care In Canada, Bradford Hill Criteria, Cumulative Incidence

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11 Feb 2020
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SFUHSCI 130Myint TunFall

HSCI 130 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Medical Sociology, Health Education, Population Health

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7 Dec 2018
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PHIL 110 Quiz: Philosophy Assignment 1

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Jane zhang student #:301396714 (a) an argument is valid if and only if there is no case in which the premises are true and the conclusion is false. Yes
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PHIL 110 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Justin Trudeau, Jane Zhang

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ARCH 100 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: True North, Polytheism, Oracle Bone

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ARCH 100 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ancestral Puebloans, Chaco Culture National Historical Park, Sinagua

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MATH 152 Quiz: 152q5_sol

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MACM 201 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Dn2, The Roots

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23 Mar 2020
Solution: (a) the recurrence is an 4an 1 + 4an 2 = 0 so the characteristic equation is r2 4r + 4 = (r 2)2 = 0 which has just one solution r = 2. Theref
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerFall

HSCI 130 Lecture 4: Epidemiology

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28 Nov 2016
Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and determinants of health related states in specified populations, and the application of this study to
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerFall

HSCI 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Algor Mortis, Rigor Mortis, Medical History

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13 Dec 2017
Case-usa solider shot and killed, insect evidence, pension. General methods to estimate time of death: anamnestic- people memory of a regular pattern a
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerSpring

HSCI 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Medical Sociology, Public Health, Digital Divide

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29 Jun 2016
Denotes all of the objects in a given phenomena. Observations that are measured and measurable --> pictures, words, numbers. Within the same theoretica
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerSpring

HSCI 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Pellagra, Diarrhea, Nicotinamide

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29 Jun 2016
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerSpring

HSCI 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Biomedical Model, Iceberg, Sick Role

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29 Jun 2016
Ch. 9 - discovering the hidden depths of health care: lay beliefs, social support and informal care. Hospitals, nurses and doctors - formal care. Icebe
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerFall

HSCI 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Environmental Health, Biostatistics

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28 Nov 2016
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerSpring

HSCI 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Medicine, Behavioural Sciences, Health Policy

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29 Jun 2016
Premise: society has an interest in the health of its members! Expanding agenda new problems and issues. Grounded in sciences (biology, physical, quant
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SFUHSCI 130Kate TairyanWinter

HSCI 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Attributable Risk, Gingivitis, Playtime

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19 Oct 2015
Assignment: describe magnitude of problem, etiology, rates, disability rates, mortality rates, look at possible contributory factors or causes for that
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerSpring

HSCI 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Medicine Wheel, Medicine Man, Traditional Medicine

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29 Jun 2016
Lecture #4: experiences of health and illness in aboriginal cultures. Section 35 of the constitution act, 1982 recognizes three original peoples of can
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SFUHSCI 130Tun MyintFall

HSCI 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Consumerism, Biological Determinism, Health Promotion

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14 Sep 2018
It is generally understood to be dynamic, social process, that is shaped by social structure (social class, gender, etc) It is given person meaning wit
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerFall

HSCI 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Consumerism, Ottawa Charter For Health Promotion, Medical Sociology

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7 Sep 2016
Summary: health is a social construction, the difference between a sociological understanding of health and wellness and one based on. Biological deter
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerFall

HSCI 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Sociological Theory, Symbolic Interactionism, Traditional Chinese Medicine

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8 Sep 2016
Major theoretical paradigms guiding sociological analysis of health: The conflict paradigm, understanding health as professional constructs. The symbol
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SFUHSCI 130Robert HoggSpring

HSCI 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Clinical Case Definition, Prevalence, Cardiovascular Disease

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17 Jan 2018
Chapter 2 tutorial #2 notes: measuring health and disease. The measure of health and disease is fundamental to the practice of epidemiology. A variety
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerFall

HSCI 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: The Takeaway, Health Professional

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12 Sep 2016
Good health is more than just the absence of illness and disease. Sickness and illness is not the same thing. Illness is subjective to psychosocial phe
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerFall

HSCI 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Indian Act

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6 Apr 2016
Chapter 7 addressing sources of inequality and health dispariies: ethnicity and the life course. Ethnicity is a group idenity that is performed by peop
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerFall

HSCI 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Role Theory, Sick Role, Gender Role

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6 Apr 2016
Chapter 6 addressing sources of inequality and health dispariies: gender (pg. 145-165) Health of men ain"t beter than women. Health sociologist recogni
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerWinter

HSCI 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Mcdonaldland, Dieting, Biomedical Model

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7 May 2013
Iceberg mordibility: actions people undertake to deal with everyday illness episodes common symptoms. Bottom to top = more serious health problems and
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SFUHSCI 130yuSummer

HSCI 130 Chapter Notes - Summer 2018 Chapter 5 - Atomic nucleus, Cathode ray tube, Cathode ray

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20 Sep 2018
3 atomic models: dalton, thomson, rutherford: description of the model (diagrams, observations & experiments they did, scientific weakness, overall con
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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerWinter

HSCI 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Amenable Group, Health Professional, Population Health

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7 May 2013
Approach avoids medico-centrism b/c it includes community who are managing their health through informal care as well as those to receive treatment fro
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SFUHSCI 130Kate TairyanFall

HSCI 130 CH 1 Terms

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HSCI 130 Final: Review Session

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We need tests that are sensitive to pick up that disease and tests that are specific enough to only pick up that disease. Specificity: ideal test only
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HSCI 130 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Collective Action, Racialization, Cancer Screening

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SFUHSCI 130Rochelle TuckerFall

HSCI 130 Final: HSCI 130 - Final

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Hsci 130 final study: phthisis by greeks, tabes by romans, rajayakshma by indians, consumption by england. Tb infection vs. disease: exposure -> latent
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HSCI 130 Lecture 4: Epidemiology

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HSCI 130 Lecture 1: health and illness introduction

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HSCI 130 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Public Health, Odds Ratio, Hiv

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HSCI 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Prevalence, Birth Weight, Public Health

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HSCI 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Randomized Controlled Trial, Nuclear Weapon, Selection Bias

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HSCI 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Miasma Theory, Epidemiology, Meta-Analysis

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HSCI 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cestoda, Physical Fitness, Biological Warfare

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HSCI 130 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Medical Sociology, Health Education, Population Health

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HSCI 130 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cohort Study, Prevalence

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A: exposed to the cause of disease (eg. pathogen) and developed the disease. B: exposed to the cause but did not develop the disease. C: not exposed to
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HSCI 130 Study Guide - Final Guide: Reductionism, Consumerism, Canadian Indian Residential School System

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