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UTSGANT345H1allSummer

ANT345H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Health Belief Model, Traditional Medicine, Condom

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Culture is an important determinant of health in a number of ways. People"s attitudes towards foods and what they eat, for example, are closely related
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ANT345H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Health Equity, Global Health, Human Capital

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Chapter 3: health, education, poverty, and the economy. Health and economic matters are intimately linked in a number oof ways. First, health is an imp
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ANT345H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Baud, Underweight, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

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ANT345H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Non-Communicable Disease, Sub-Saharan Africa, Cardiovascular Disease

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Non-communicable are of immense and growing importance worldwide. Nc diseases is greater than the burden of comm. Diseases in low and middle income cou
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UTSGSOC244H1Cant RememberFall

Ch 8 Quantitative social science.docx

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UTSGSOC244H1Cant RememberFall

SOC244H1 Chapter Notes -Care2, Participant Observation

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Theories provide complex and comprehensive conceptual understandings of things that cannot be pinned down: how societies work, how organizations operat
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SOC244H1 Chapter Notes -Gien

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Normal rubbish don"t think its important for the exam . This paper describes typifications of good and bad patients made by staff working in 3 english
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UTSGSOC244H1Cant RememberFall

SOC244H1 Chapter Notes -Participant Observation, Ethnography, Medical Anthropology

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ch 4 in depth interviews.docx

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Interviews are a particular kind of conversation, and are probably the most common source of qualitative data for health researchers. Selecting intervi
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ANT345H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Global Health, Millennium Development Goals, Gross National Income

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Chapter: the principles and goals of global health. Over the last fifty years, the world has made significant progress in improving human health. Death
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ANT345H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Global Health, Disability-Adjusted Life Year, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

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Global health exam review [reworded into my own words] #1: discuss global trends in the burden of cardiovascular diseases. 20% describe the important o
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UTSGSOC244H1Cant RememberFall

Theoretical perspectives on medicine and soceity.docx

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UTSGSOC244H1Cant RememberFall

SOC244H1 Chapter Notes -No. 5 Group Raf, Focus Group, Health Promotion

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Group interviews have the advantage over one-to-one interviews of providing access to interactions between participants, thus some insight into how soc
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UTSGSOC244H1Cant RememberFall

Ch 2 Developing Qualitative Research Designs.docx

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SOC244H1 Chapter Notes -Qualitative Research, Grounded Theory, Content Analysis

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Culture, health, and illness.docx

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Doctors and their patients, even if they come from the sm social and cultural background view ill health in very different ways. Their perspectives are
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Ch 1 Quality Methods Health Research.docx

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Health" and illness" have long been topics of interest for social science disciplines such as sociology, social anthropology, and history. It has tradi
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UTMECO440H5Multiple ProfessorsWinter

ECO440H5 Chapter Notes -Opportunity Cost, Economic Evaluation, Time Signature

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Annual cost: the cost of an intervention, calculated on a yearly basis, including all the capital and recurrent costs. Annualized costs: the annual sha
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UTMECO440H5Multiple ProfessorsWinter

ECO440H5 Chapter Notes -Angina Pectoris, Production Function, Fixed Cost

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5 supply: production in the long and short run. Diminishing returns to scale: a situation when a proportionate increase in all inputs yields a less tha
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UTMECO440H5Multiple ProfessorsWinter

ECO440H5 Chapter Notes -Market Power, Effective Demand, W. M. Keck Observatory

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1. 2. 2 demand for health care, demand for health and need. If we are considering the market for health care, we will be interested in the demand for h
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UTMECO440H5Multiple ProfessorsWinter

ECO440H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Economic Evaluation, Allocative Efficiency, Induced Demand

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A method of economic evaluation where the monetary value of the resources consumed by a health intervention (costs) is compared with the monetary value
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UTMECO440H5Multiple ProfessorsWinter

ECO440H5 Chapter Notes -Economic Evaluation, Mastectomy, Sensitivity Analysis

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Cost-benefit analysis: an economic evaluation technique in which outcomes are expressed in monetary terms. Cost-effectiveness analysis: an economic eva
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UTMECO440H5Multiple ProfessorsWinter

ECO440H5 Chapter Notes -Health Professional, Hippocratic Oath, Induced Demand

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ECO440H5 Chapter Notes -Health Promotion, Opportunity Cost, Productive Efficiency

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Efficiency: a general term used to describe the relationship between inputs and outputs. It is concerned with maximizing benefits with the resources av
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UTMECO440H5Multiple ProfessorsWinter

ECO440H5 Chapter Notes -Utopia, Social Welfare Function, Opportunity Cost

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It is important to emphasise that there is no single correct answer or solution to the problem and that health economics has the ability to deliver uto
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UTMECO440H5Multiple ProfessorsWinter

ECO440H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Induced Demand, Demand Curve

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Insurance, particularly associated with ownership of assets outside of healthcare (ex. Not the assets themselves but the warranties (summary: durable f
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UTMECO440H5Multiple ProfessorsWinter

ECO440H5 Chapter Notes -Government Failure, Market Failure, Externality

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It is important to remember that divergences from perfect markets are not necessarily bad things in themselves positive externality is a good example (
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UTMECO440H5Multiple ProfessorsWinter

ECO440H5 Chapter Notes -Centers For Medicare And Medicaid Services, Oligopoly, Hemodialysis

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ECO440H5 Chapter Notes -Allocative Efficiency, Economic Equilibrium, Perfect Competition

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Allocative efficiency: a situation in which the factors of production have been allocated so as to reflect what people demand (i. e. demand matches sup
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UTMECO440H5Multiple ProfessorsWinter

ECO440H5 Chapter Notes -Economic Surplus, Fixed Cost, Opportunity Cost

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6 supply: costs, economies of scale and the supply curve. Economic (productive) efficiency: a situation in which a producer cannot produce more without
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UTMECO440H5Multiple ProfessorsWinter

ECO440H5 Chapter Notes -Centers For Medicare And Medicaid Services, Utilization Management, Copayment

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Actuarially fair premium: an insurance premium that is set where the expected payouts equal the premiums paid by the insured (plus the cost of administ
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UTMECO440H5Multiple ProfessorsWinter

ECO440H5 Chapter Notes -Microeconomics, Sexually Transmitted Infection, Pareto Efficiency

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8. 1 adding up costs and benefits: the need for a conceptual basis. Efficiency in exchange: in a world of two individuals and two goods, individuals wi
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UTMECO440H5Multiple ProfessorsWinter

ECO440H5 Chapter Notes -Centers For Medicare And Medicaid Services, Risk Pool, Adverse Selection

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ECO440H5 Chapter Notes -Economic Surplus, Marginal Revenue, Deadweight Loss

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Adverse selection: when a party enters into an agreement in which they can use their own private information to the disadvantage of another party. Asym
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UTMECO440H5Multiple ProfessorsWinter

ECO440H5 Chapter Notes -International Trade, Remote Surgery, Comparative Advantage

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Appreciate: when a currency is rising relative to other currencies, it is appreciating in value. Balance of payments (bop): measures currency flows bet
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UTMMGM400H5Multiple ProfessorsFall

MGM400H5 Chapter Notes -Technostructure, Blue-Collar Worker, Organizational Culture

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This chapter contain some frameworks for descrbing different organizations as to provide insight into the effects organizations are likely to have on p
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UTMMGM400H5Multiple ProfessorsFall

MGM400H5 Chapter Notes -Hierarchical Organization, Organization Development, New Public Management

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MGM400H5 Chapter Notes -Richard Branson

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Weber"s principal contribution to the study of organizations was his theory of authority structures which led him to characterize organziations in term
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Tom Burns.docx

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Particular concern was with studies of different types of organizations and their effects on communication patterns and on the activities of managers.
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Miles and Snow.docx

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Miles and snow ask how and why organizations differ in strategy, in structure in technology and in administrations. The aim should be an effective adap
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