DVM 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Individual And Group Rights, Health Promotion, Health Literacy

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User/uniform fees, handicapped access, how you present information. Ex. dietitians tell them to eat and drink things that aren"t what they would normally do. *on exam give a scenario which determinant is she having problems with* Able to participate in making decision about their health. Duty bearers/state establish platform where people can advocate for themselves regarding their needs and the changes that need to be made policies, and the interventions that would be most useful to them. Focus significantly on people/ groups who are high risk or vulnerable (poor, women, children, disabilities) Globalization, human rights, and the social determinants of health. The health gap between the worst & best off groups is growing. A human rights approach to health aims to protect the most disadvantaged persons & groups. (debate that globalization benefits the wealth countries) Globalization affects health outcomes in the following ways: Weakening of the health systems and access to health services in middle and low -income countries.

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