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Class Notes for HBS107 at Deakin University

Understanding Health

HBS107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Reproductive Health, Child Poverty, Working Poor

HBS107 Week Six SOCIAL EXCLUSION AND MARGINALISED POPULATIONS The complex range of determinants influencing health means that exposure to certain conditions and environments and access to resources is not equal within our ...

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HBS107 Lecture 7: Environmental Determinants Lecture and Textbook Notes

HBS107 Week Seven ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINANTS Just as there are social determinants that affect our health, there are environmental factors that positively and negatively affect our health. We think about our environment in...

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HBS107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Passive Smoking, Chronic Poverty

HBS107 Week 2 WEEK 2 LEARNING OUTCOMES SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH: The conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age. The range of behavioural, biological, socioeconomic and environmental factors that in...

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Jan
HBS107 Lecture 5: Health Promotion Lecture and Textbook Notes

HBS107 Week Five HEALTH PROMOTION Health promotion is an approach to improving the health and wellbeing of individuals and populations that emerged in the 1980s and has grown in strength internationally since then. It is c...

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Jan
HBS107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences, Health Promotion, Disability-Adjusted Life Year

HBS107 Week One WEEK 1 LEARNING OUTCOMES 1. Describe the key aspects of the unit through the unit guide. 2. Describe the key concepts and different dimensions of health. 3. Explain the differences in health inequity and in...

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HBS107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Tom Calma, Social Class, Binge Drinking

HBS107 Week Four Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Health It is widely acknowledged that a gap exists between the health and wellbeing of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Austr...

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HBS107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Asthma, Food Safety, Cystic Fibrosis

HBS107 Week Eight BIOLOGICAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH The social structures and conditions in which people live and work affect health. The WHO (1998, p.6) tells us that: The determinants of health include the range of perso...

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HBS107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Information System, Health Policy, Copayment

HBS107 Week Three Understanding Australias Health Care System Low backneck pain is the highest contributor to YLL. Systems is defined as a set of different things (actors or elements) working together (interaction) as part...

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HBS107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: List Of Specialized Agencies Of The United Nations, Food Security, National Product

HBS107 Week Ten GLOBAL HEALTH With health issues associated with globalisation, and high rates of illhealth in low and middleincome countries, global health organisations are often called upon to support efforts to strengt...

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HBS107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Complex Adaptive System, The Who, Rowan V. United States Post Office Department

HBS107 Week Nine SETTINGS BASED HEALTH As health professionals, the end game is to improve peoples health. A setting is the place or social context in which people engage in daily activities in which environmental, organis...

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