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HLTH 101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 36 pages long!)


Department
Health Studies
Course Code
HLTH 101
Professor
Elaine Power
Study Guide
Final

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Queen's
HLTH 101
Final EXAM
STUDY GUIDE

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Week 1: Intro SDoH
HLTH 101: Social Determinants of Health
Course Instructor: Elijah Bisugh
Course Materials
Social Determinants of Health: A Comparative Approach, by Alan Davidson
lullabies for little criminals y Heather O’Neill
Glossary of Terms for Anti-Oppressive Policy and Practice
A Healthy Society: How a Focus on Health can revive Canadian Democracy by Ryan Meili
Journal articles, book chapters and other reading materials available on onQ
Contact Details
Office hours: Mon/Thurs 3:30-4:30 (or by appointment)
Office: KHS 301M
Email: eb120@queensu.ca
HLTH 101 Head TA Email: emma.thompson@queensu.ca
(make sure HLTH101 is on subject line of email, only using queens email)
Before Tutorial
read Public Health Article
read Freeman, Easy Riders article
read The ICE Model
wath/listen to the podasts, espeially what is ideology
What are Social Determinants of Health?
Circumstances in which people grow, live, work and age, and the socio-political systems put
in place to deal with illness.
Access to care
Food/water security
Rewarding employment
Exposure to environmental hazards
SDHs are shaped by...
Underlying political systems
Priorities and policies
Structural inequalities
SDH
Politics/the economy
Income/poverty
Income/inequality
Colonialism/racism
Employment/unemployment
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Housing/homelessness
Social cohesion/ isolation
Climate/change
War/peace
Why do we study SDH?
To understand why different types of diseases are more or less prevalent at a given point in
time or overtime in certain groups or populations
To explore ways of reducing health inequities by improving social conditions and reducing
social inequalities
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