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Lecture 1

HLTH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Neoliberalism


Department
Health Studies
Course Code
HLTH 101
Professor
Elaine Power
Lecture
1

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Health Tutorial Week 1 Notes 09-23-2016
ICE MODEL
I: IDEAS, fundamentals, basic facts, definitions, details, elemental
concepts, building blocks
C: CONNECTIONS, demonstrating relationship and connections among
basic concepts, and connections between what was learned and
what they already know (prior knowledge)
E: Extensions, what does this mean? How does this shape my view of
the world? What is the problem? How does it affect me?
EASY RIDERS ARTICLE
Ideas:
o Main theme safety, liberalism to a greater extent, government
regulation, government involvement in health, personal risk,
repealing of laws, cost of healthcare , individuals interest versus
public interest
o Topic Helmet safety in the United States
o Main Argument helmets should be legally required for
motorcycle users in order to prevent premature death and
accidents.
Connections:
o Consequences of individual choices
o The role of Public Health
o Motorcycle users in the United States are willing to risk their well
being, health, and life in order to express their personal want for
freedom
o Importance of freedom to US citizens (neoliberalism)
o Individuals interest versus public interest
o Ideology around healthcare
o Connect/Compare to gun laws, personal desire versus public
safety
Extensions:
o If laws aren’t implemented to promote health and safety what
risk does this promote?
o Comparison between US and Canada in terms of Health care
Ideas in article sound foreign in Canada
More accepting of government involvement and
intervention in Canada
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