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PHE1IDH Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Systematic Desensitization, Reward System, Tension Headache
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Learning Classical conditioning Learning the relatively permanent change in behaviourknowledge which results from practice or experience. Adaptive health related behaviours that can be acquired through learning includin...

PHE
PHE1IDH
Dr. Rahila Christian
ALH1PAL Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Palmar Grasp Reflex, Moro Reflex, Primitive Reflexes
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Newborn 1 mo 2mo 3mo 4mo 5mo 6mo 7mo 8mo 9mo 10mo 11mo 12mo 13mo 14mo Rooting reflex ...

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ALH1PAL
Phillip Hughes
HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: La Trobe University, Nazi Concentration Camps, National Health And Medical Research Council
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The role of ethics committees In the past, there were several examples of research that were considered to be unethical and in violation of human rights. Examples of unethical research can be traced back to World War 2. Du...

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HLT1RAE
Matt
HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Absolute Difference, Mean Absolute Difference, Point Estimation
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*The term estimate indicates that the data is obtained from a representative sample of the population. The point estimate provides an estimate about what might be observed in the whole population from which the sample is d...

HLT
HLT1RAE
Matt
HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Null Hypothesis, Confidence Interval, Alternative Hypothesis
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In the previous video you were introduced to the very important confidence interval (CI). You should appreciate at this stage that when research articles present a point estimate and the associated CIs this is usually suff...

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HLT1RAE
Matt
HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Level Of Measurement, Signify, Squared Deviations From The Mean
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In the different scenarios listed in the introduction (e.g. analysing a client database in a hospital), the data you obtain will have distinct measurement properties. For example, your analysis of the client database might...

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HLT1RAE
Matt
HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Focus Group, Practice Theory, Time And Motion Study
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Back in the late 1980s, several publications began to appear across disciplines to describe and define mixed methods research. For example, Greene, Caracelli and Graham (1989), identify the following five reasons for condu...

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HLT1RAE
Matt
HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Criterion Validity, Content Validity, Face Validity
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Face validity means the degree to which a measurement appears, on the face of it, to measure what it is supposed to. At the very minimum a researcher who develops a new measure of a concept should establish that the measur...

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HLT1RAE
Matt
HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: La Trobe University, Academic Journal, Quantitative Research
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The quality component of a research study relates to the way in which the research was conducted. We need to be able to trust that when researchers report findings from their research, they are a true and accurate represen...

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HLT1RAE
Matt
HLT1RAE Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: La Trobe University
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As the aim of qualitative research is to provide a rich description of the meanings people give to their experiences, it is not interested in measurement validity, or threats to internal and external validity. It is not im...

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HLT1RAE
Matt
ALH1PAL Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Intercultural Competence
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Cultural competency establishes a foundation of mutual respect and understanding, which in turn allows clients and practitioners to communicate successfully with each other. Health care professionals must recognize the imp...

ALH
ALH1PAL
Phillip Hughes
PHE1SDH Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Gender Role, Cardiovascular Disease, Dementia
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Understanding the difference between gender and sex sex biological, male, female, also intersex (reproductive differences based on genitalia, chromosomes, hormones) Gender the array of socially constructed roles and rela...

PHE
PHE1SDH
Monika
PHE1SDH Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: World Health Organization, Amartya Sen, Health Equity
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World Health Organisation Commission on social determinants of health 20052008 The commission will seek to have public policy based on a vision of the world where people matter and social justice is paramount Health inequa...

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PHE1SDH
Monika
PHE1SDH Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Macquarie Dictionary, Erving Goffman, Shared Belief
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Stigma is a mark of disgrace; a strain, as on ones reputation A characteristic mark or sign of defect, degeneration, disease Stigma is derived from the Greek word stigmata which means marks stigmata is the plural of stigma...

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PHE1SDH
Monika
PHE1SDH Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Chronic Condition, Social Protection, Birth Weight
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Life course the course of our lives from birth to death The life course perspective: the cumulative effects of events from earlier life on later life Relatively new approach Draws on interdisciplinary perspectives Central...

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PHE1SDH
Monika

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