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IDSB04H3 Study Guide - Breastfeeding, Ottawa Charter For Health Promotion, Smallpox

Lecture11-C H13- TowardHealthyS ocieties: fromIdeastoAction November-23-10 1:14PM - p. 656 TheDiseasecontrol conception of internationalHealth: itssuccessesand Limitationp. 657-8 - HookwormVs.Malaria(WW2) - Promise perilso...

International Development Studies
IDSB04H3
Anne- Emanuelle Birn
IDSB04H3 Study Guide - Barefoot Doctor, Health Promotion, Human Capital Flight

Lecture9- C h12- understandingandorganizinghealth caresystems November-09-10 1:19PM Box12.1- GermanysSocial InsuranceSystem - Publiclyfounded social healthinsurance - Competingsickness funds - Prospectivesystemof diagnosis...

International Development Studies
IDSB04H3
Anne- Emanuelle Birn
IDSB04H3 Study Guide - Moral Hazard, Community Rating, Market Failure

Lecture 8- C h 11- Health E conomicsandtheE conomicsof Health November-02-10 1:15PM Whyhealth economics?p. 537 - Spendingissoaring- why? - Needto maximizevaluefor spending(efficiency): better outcome at sameor lower cost -...

International Development Studies
IDSB04H3
Anne- Emanuelle Birn
IDSB04H3 Study Guide - Environmental Health, Precautionary Principle, Wangari Maathai

Lecture10- C H10- HealthandtheEnvironment November-16-10 1:38PM ClimateChange: Thehow - Greenhouseeffect makesearth habitable(atmosphereiswarmed bynaturallyoccurringgases trappingheat of sun) - Hugeriseinconcentration of m...

International Development Studies
IDSB04H3
Anne- Emanuelle Birn
Summary

Chapter 5 Consciousness - Melatonin plays a key role in adjusting biological clocks - Electromyograph (EMG): records muscular activity. - Electroocuolograph (EOG): records eye movemets. - Reticular formation is important t...

Psychology
PSY100H1
Michael Inzlicht
IDSB04H3 Study Guide - Ath, Infant Mortality

Chapter 2 Key Questions: - When and why did governments, wealthy interests, and the public become concerned with the spread of disease across borders and territories? o As rival leaders fought for power, and merchants beca...

International Development Studies
IDSB04H3
Anne- Emanuelle Birn
key terms on Jainism

Key Terms for the lecture on Jainism: Karmamarga : way of work. Ahimsa : means non_voilance, the highest possible value in Jainism. It is believed that the non voilance is the supreme path(ahimsa paramo damma.). Jainism is...

Religion
RLGA01H3
Henry Shiu
key terms on Sikhism

Key Terms for the Lecture on Sikhism: Sufism Islamic mystic tradition Sant tradition (truth, holy, saint) the three elements contributed to form sant tradition is bhakthi practice, tantric and Sufism. Sant poets Nanak : fo...

Religion
RLGA01H3
Henry Shiu
key terms on Hinduism

Why are human Religious? Religion seems to grow out of human experience. From the fear of death to a hope of a new life, from the uncertainty surrounding to the sense of control over nature provided by a priest. Homo sapie...

Religion
RLGA01H3
Henry Shiu
Study Questions for Second Half of Term

Lecture Five- Policing Questions 1.What percentile of the CJS funding goes towards police forces? - The police force is one of the largest items within the CJS which receives a large amount of funding from government agenc...

Sociology
SOC209H5
Paula Maurutto
Psychology
PSY100H1
Michael Inzlicht

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