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UTSCANTC41H3Larry SawchukWinter

ANTC41H3 Lecture Notes - Plasmodium Falciparum, Point Mutation, Common Cold

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15 Apr 2013
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People have to acclimatize,adapt habituate to a major crisis. Major problem of studying crisis situation: ethics some times it may be not the right pla
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

HLTB21H3 Lecture Notes - Estuary, Etiology, Health Geography

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15 Apr 2013
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Believed disease was caused by bad vapors one would have to inhale and that would cause disease. Referred to a bad odour from those vapors. Germ theory
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshFall

HLTC22H3 Lecture Notes - Development Theory, Lipoprotein, Maximum Life Span

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15 Apr 2013
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Term: winter 2010 mondays 3 p. m. - 5 p. m. An 83 year old woman killed a 23 yearold woman through a car accident. 23 year old woman pushed the strolle
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UTSCHLTC02H3Denis MaxwellWinter

HLTC02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Biomedicine, Discourse Analysis, Fetal Viability

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10 Apr 2013
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Social constructionism: a specific concept is structurally constructed. It"s a theoretical approach to the social critical analysis of biomedicine. Exa
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UTSCHLTC02H3Denis MaxwellWinter

HLTC02H3 Lecture Notes - Reproductive Health, Biomedicine, Medical Anthropology

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10 Apr 2013
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Understand healthcare systems as sites which dynamic (gendered, raced, classed) relations of power are both transformed and reinscribed. The hookworm e
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UTSCHLTC05H3Rhan- Ju SongFall

HLTC05H3 Lecture Notes - Health Equity, Food Security, World Health Organization

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10 Apr 2013
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UTSCBIOB11H3Dan RiggsWinter

BIOB11H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Chromosome, Giemsa Stain, Pyrophosphate

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15 Mar 2013
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After one round of replication all molecule sediments are at the hybrid with equal n14/n15. After the second round of replication half is hybrid and th
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshFall

HLTC22H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Social Exchange Theory, Dementia, Formal System

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13 Dec 2012
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Social support, health, and aging: social support is important for both mental health and physical health throughout the life span, but it may be espec
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshFall

HLTC22H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Arteriole, Framingham Heart Study, Myopathy

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13 Dec 2012
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A&g: ch 10 - stress, coping, and health. The interface between physical and mental health: health behaviour habits also have major effects on health. P
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshFall

HLTC22H3 Lecture Notes - List Of Resident Evil Characters, Human Resources, Teleradiology

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8 Dec 2012
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Working towards better health care for us all. Neonatal doctor, after a bicycle accident was in 3 month hospitalization. Was recovering from a hospital
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshFall

HLTC22H3 Lecture Notes - Mortality Rate, Human Musculoskeletal System, Sage Publications

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8 Dec 2012
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Introduction to the course: course outline, assignments and exams. Hltb01 lecture one-class notes: current events: in the last year in 2009, swine flu
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshFall

HLTC22H3 Lecture Notes - Dementia, Cardiovascular Disease, Osteoporosis

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8 Dec 2012
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Activities of daily living: adl six basic functions: bathing, dressing, toileting, transferring from bed to chair, continence, eating. In general, olde
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshFall

HLTC22H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cardiovascular Disease, Dependency Ratio, Jeanne Calment

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8 Dec 2012
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In the beginning of the 20th century there were many young people but by the end there are a lot of middle aged and old people. This will create proble
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshFall

HLTC22H3 Lecture Notes - Lanolin, Prevalence, Dynamical System

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8 Dec 2012
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Chapter 1- introduction and basic concepts in aging. Main focus of the book is optimal aging. Aging processes are plastic- how we age and the rate at w
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshFall

HLTC22H3 Chapter Notes -List Of Civilisations In The Culture Series, Protestantism, Kaiser Permanente

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8 Dec 2012
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Chinese culture death is always regarded as a negative life event except a good death ( Good death is death as a result of natural cause such as again
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UTSCHLTC43H3Scott SamsFall

HLTC43H3 Lecture Notes - Health Policy, Social Democracy, Upper Middle Class

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8 Dec 2012
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The political determinants of health lecture 2 monday sep17, 2012. Purpose: to introduce the political dimensions of health and review the state of sch
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UTSCPSYC39H3David NussbaumFall

PSYC39H3 Chapter Notes -Peer Pressure, Impulsivity, Psychopathology

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7 Dec 2012
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Factors that place a male or female on criminal trajectory: individual personality factors: impulsivity, interpersonal factors: poor relationship choic
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UTSCBIOB10Y3Tanya Da SylvaSummer

BIOB10Y3 Lecture Notes - Cell Plate, Synapsis, Insulin Receptor

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7 Dec 2012
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Poly a tail plays a role in the degradation. Reaches 30 pts poly a nuclease is actively recruited, chops the tail up decapping enzyme is recruited. Act
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UTSCHLTC43H3Scott SamsFall

HLTC43H3 Lecture Notes - Behavioralism, New Institutionalism, Social Change

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7 Dec 2012
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Purpose: to introduce frameworks for understanding decision making in the health policy-making process. How do theories differ in their interpretation
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UTSCHLTC15Suzanne SicchiaFall

HLTC15 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Convenience Sampling, Nuremberg Code, Quantitative Research

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7 Dec 2012
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Interpretive: social science but not always history, political science, sociology, qualitative: inductive case study, ethnographic, document review. Re
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UTSCHLTC21H3Caroline BarakatFall

Lecture Material HLTC07 Notes.doc

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3 Dec 2012
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Epidemiology: addresses human populations with respect to their. Frequency quantified: is the rate of its occurrence. Prevalence: proportion of individ
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UTSCHLTC05H3Rhan- Ju SongFall

HLTC05H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Infant Mortality, World Bank, Neoliberalism

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3 Dec 2012
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What accounts for poor health: conditions in which people are born grown, live and work are responsible for high burden of disease. What factors affect
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UTSCBIOC61H3Herbert KronzuckerFall

Lecture 2, 2010

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15 Dec 2011
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-unusual for species to be spread out on different habitats difficult to categorize taxonomically. Only phytlum of animals that have representative spe
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UTSCBIOC61H3Herbert KronzuckerFall

Lecture 1 BioC61

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15 Dec 2011
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Synecology: (syn) together- the study of the laws that govern the living together of various species. Autoecology studying one species ( life habbits,
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UTSCBIOC61H3Herbert KronzuckerFall

BIOC61H3 Lecture Notes - Brachiopod, Joule, Milion

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15 Dec 2011
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70% or more are arthropods or its relatives. Have the greatest resilience to abiotic factors require 2 molar to reproduce archea bateria. Able to sprin
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