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Biomedical Physio & Kines
Course Code
BPK 140
Professor
Peter Ruben

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Tutorial Notes  01/20/2014 Tutorial notes  Health – absence of illness Social determinance of health – grows daily External factors  Social determinance of education:  forms key importance in your life – helps in every way  Make better choices once educated / have access to info / maslow­ self­actualization – 80yr olds getting ed.  Not for job/ for intellect  Not only in classroom enviro  Social determinance – gender:  women less opp – lower income – childcare – cant put as much time  men have higher risk of committing suicide  bio disp for ladies to live longer than men  some societies – no access to improve/sustain health of women Social determinance of  lower status   Lower money = less access to everything  Housing Part of masloqws hierarchies of need All of these put people at risk of health  Factors/ Processes that Composes Psychosocial Health Mental: how we perceive our reality/how it affects our behave / how we function in society   ­ healthy vs.  non­healthy – raining situation  ­ just raining vs. sky falling  Spiritual: identify our basic purpose/ fulfillment – person who believes they deserve stuff (love/af
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