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Department
Family Relations and Human Development
Course
FRHD 1100
Professor
Robyn Pitman
Semester
Fall

Description
Factors leading to successful change (pg. 20) - Definitions of health (pg. 4) - Quality of life model (pg. 7) - Dimensions of wellness (pg. 9-11) - Social determinants of health (pg. 13-15) - Health and university students (pg. 15-16) - Stages of change theory (pg. 19-20) - Life: Health and Well-Being – October 15 2012h Chapter One Panacea: to heal Hygiene: healthy Holism: emphasis on the interconnection between physical and spiritual world, between the individual and their environment and between the mind, body and spirit; health is an ongoing, dynamic process. Health: according to World Health Organization, not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, but state of complete physical, mental and social well-being (1947); according to university of Toronto reseachers – the degree to which a person enjoys the important possibilities of his or her life. Lalonde Report: focused on life style and environmental factors on health; Health Field Concept – human biology, environment, lifestyle and health-care organizations; acknowledged that the vast amount of money being used to treat diseases could have been spent to prevent the diseases. Morbidity: disease Mortality: death Ottawa Charter: health promotion – process of enabling people to increase control over and to improve their health; to reach a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and individual group must be able to identify and realize aspirations to satisfy needs and to change or cope with the environment. 1) Self-care: decisions and actions individuals take in the interest of their own health 2) Mutual aid: actions people take to help eachother cope 3) Healthy environments: creation of conditions and surroundings conducive to health. Quality of life: Being – who one is; physical, psychological and spiritual being. Belonging – connecting with one’s environment; physical, social and community belonging. Becoming – achieving one’s personal goals, hopes and aspirations; practical, leisure and growth becoming. DUNN’S CRITERIA FOR WELLNESS - Direction and progress toward a higher potential of functioning - The total individual (physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual) - Functioning and adapting for daily living and in times of crisis. Seven dimensions of wellness: 1) Social wellness: encourages collectivist view of the world; contributing to society, helping others; ease and confidence to be outgoing, friendly and affectionate; ability to re
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