HLTA03H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Ottawa Charter For Health Promotion, Maternal Death, Political Philosophy

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Why might education improve health? th i) ii) iii) Improved social and psychological resources, e. g. , stronger social network. E. g. , infant and maternal mortality in low-income countries. E. g. , unequal access to health care in canada (depending on income, ethnicity, race, etc. ) First peoples, second class treatment: the role of racism in the health and wellbeing of indigenous peoples in canada. Talks about the role of racism as a barrier to health. Crucial to contribute to the creation of supportive. Toba bryant et al: canada determinants of health) Reviewed literature on social determinants (sdh = social. Relates increasingly negative impacts of sdh to governmental policies/decisions. Governments should cut services and eradicate regulations. E. g. , education, health care, food inspection, water quality, workplace safety, etc. Move services to private sector (e. g. , garbage collection, utilities) Markets are the best way to distribute goods and services. Ideologies like public good and community should be replaced with individual responsibility . Worsened as federal and provincial governments withdrew.

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