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QUEEN'SBMED 271Jenn CarpenterFall

BMED 271 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Global Health, Mortality Rate, Health Promotion

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Describe what global health is and understand basic health concepts. Understand the social determinants of health impact influence both individual and
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QUEEN'SBMED 380Dr.GrahamFall

BMED 380- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

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Module 1: introduction to evolutionary biology of cancer. Section 1: case study approach: use of theoretical knowledge to be applied on a real-world si
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QUEEN'SBMED 271Jenn CarpenterFall

BMED 271- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 40 pages long!)

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Health can be promoted in four social conditions: availability of health services, safe working conditions, adequate housing, nutritious foods. Who cre
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QUEEN'SBMED 271Jenn CarpenterFall

BMED 271 Study Guide - Final Guide: World Health Organization, Cumulative Incidence, Canada Health Act

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QUEEN'SBMED 271Jenn CarpenterFall

BMED 271 Study Guide - Final Guide: Unsafe Abortion, Sustainable Development Goals, Millennium Development Goals

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Bmed 271 final exam: monday, december 12th, 2016. She gave previously impoverished and marginalized women the tools to participate for the first time i
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QUEEN'SBMED 271Jenn CarpenterFall

BMED 271 Study Guide - Final Guide: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, Baud, World Health Organization

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Health defined: health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not simply an absence of disease, some cultures believe that
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QUEEN'SBMED 271Jenn CarpenterFall

BMED 271 Study Guide - Final Guide: Condom, Risk Perception, Health Promotion

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Health promotion and disease: disease prevention aims to minimize the incidence or the effects of a disease, preventative measures can be applied at an
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QUEEN'SBMED 271Jenn CarpenterFall

BMED 271 Study Guide - Final Guide: Social Safety Net, Hans Rosling, Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome

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Health defined: health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not simply an absence of disease, some cultures believe that
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QUEEN'SBMED 271Jenn CarpenterFall

BMED 271 Study Guide - Final Guide: Lung Cancer, Homicide, Gapminder Foundation

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Global burden of disease (gbd) is a measure of total health loss from all diseases of different populations: communicable diseases (50% of dalys in poo
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QUEEN'SBMED 271Jenn CarpenterFall

BMED 271 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cardiovascular Disease, Baud, Disability-Adjusted Life Year

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Point prevalence = # of cases at specific time / total population at that time. Period prevalence = # of cases over time / average population during th
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QUEEN'SBMED 271Jenn CarpenterFall

BMED 271 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hans Rosling, James Orbinski, Socialized Medicine

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Upstream prevention: interventions that aim to treat the cause of a health problem. Not having time to look after yourself. Poor housing and sanitation
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QUEEN'SBMED 271Jenn CarpenterFall

BMED 271 Study Guide - Final Guide: World Health Day, Medicine Wheel, Global Health

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Section 1. 1 health defined: health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not simply an absence of disease, some cultures
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