Summary of Lectures (Part 1)

49 views3 pages
8 Nov 2010
HLTB03 Lecture Notes
Lecture 1:
- Torontians are less active than other Canadians, and are less chubby than Ontarians
- 57% of 12+ older were inactive during leisure time
- High cost to healthcare system
- Percentage of people in Toronto riding their bicycles grew to 54%
- Tommy Douglas ± the father of medicare?
- 1945 ± universal healthcare ± Medicare ± Saskatchewan
- Jacque Chaoulli case ± George zealiotis ± waiting time.
- Bio-medical approach to health care services ± Socio-demographics
- Montreal ±Two-tier system ± if you can pay for it you can have the surgery
- Toronto ± self-service check-in, reduce wait times.
- Leslie Rott ± chronic illness, all physicians were to live with chronic illnesses, would
they comply to every order?
Lecture 2: CH3&4
- Bill 179 ± to provide Ontarians with better resources, better access, better mixture of
physician, improve chronic management by regulation health care professional and
reducing barriers to the practice
- Dental Hygienic± can now prescribe medication
- Nurse Practitioners ± can now prescribe drugs without physician authorization, set a cast,
communicate a diagnosis directly to a patient,
- Pharmacist ± can now repeat drugs without going back to doctor
- Cuba ± GRQ¶Wneed consent to travel there,
- Quebec - 24 hours shifts to 16 hours shifts
- Stomach cancer ± diet high in salt and salt preserved foods
- Women and heart disease ± ³7KH+HDUW7UXWK´± age 55+ for women, back pain, nausea,
recognizing symptoms
- Florence Nightingale ± May 12th, nurse improved hospital conditions,
- VIDEO: 3-minute diagnosis of Canadian health care system
Lecture 3:
- Age 39-61 working in civil service in London, association b/w working long hours and
effect of slowly damage their heart, 3-4 hours overtime = 60% higher rate of heart disease,
not include blue collar workers
- Colognes, Perfumes ± some chemicals are not listed on bottle, linked to causing allergic
problems, estrogen disruption, sperm production, cancer, AE ± 24 unlisted chemicals
- Nurses that are interrupted while administering meds, are more at risk of making errors
- Coverage of Medicare, downsizing, home care, nursing shortage, excessive work loads
- Mental disorder: Parental alienation syndrome, Obesity,
- Bill 179 ± Health Regulation, outlines what one can and cannot do within their scope of practice
- CCSBI ± chronic cerebral spinal venous insufficiency comes with MS ± narrowing of
- OHIP does not cover the cost of surgery to expand veins, Kristy Duncan fighting for it
- ³7KH/LEHUDWLRQ7UHDWPHQW´± Paulo Zamboni ± not an auto immune disease, pushing
back of blood and iron into the brain
Unlock document

This preview shows page 1 of the document.
Unlock all 3 pages and 3 million more documents.

Already have an account? Log in

Get OneClass Grade+

Unlimited access to all notes and study guides.

Grade+All Inclusive
$10 USD/m
You will be charged $120 USD upfront and auto renewed at the end of each cycle. You may cancel anytime under Payment Settings. For more information, see our Terms and Privacy.
Payments are encrypted using 256-bit SSL. Powered by Stripe.