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Health Sciences 1001A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Canadian Mental Health Association, Smoking Cessation, Marc Lalonde


Department
Health Sciences
Course Code
HS 1001A/B
Professor
Shauna Burke
Study Guide
Midterm

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Thursday, September 10, 2015
Health Sci.
General: Thursday, September 10th (lecture 1)
-Core concepts and health (txt book)
McGraw-Hill Ryerson
insel, roth, burke
do not throw out the orange sheet of paper that comes with the txt book
$150.95 hard copy
$79.00 digital (only available for 1yr) (use chrome)
-Dr. Shauna Burke
Office HSB 337 (Monday 11:30-1:30)
sburke@uwo.ca
Researcher: child obesity and child health (will bring her research into the course)
-share about yourself
-share personal and interpersonal experiences
-course outline posted on OWL
-3 TAs (fall under the 1st TA)
get to know your TA
-purpose of this course:
intros health and wellness from a personal perspective (things that influence individuals
in terms of health, control)
what makes individuals healthy and sick
what students can do to improve/maintain personal health
how and why personal control is essential to health
-topics:
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Thursday, September 10, 2015
psych health
stress
weight management
childhood obesity
exercise
cancer
drug use/abuse
alcohol use/abuse
tobacco use
nutrition
laughter
breast feeding
-tuesday 11:30 - 12:20/30
-thursday 10:30 - 12:20/30
-notes will be usually put up the night before the lecture
-mid-term (thrusday october 22nd) 40% (100 questions, 80 multiple choice, 40 TorF)
2hrs
-final exam 60%
-heavy reading
-general average: 68-72%
-gives out 4-5 sample questions after each unit
-no assignments!!!
-no negative
-no bell-curving
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Thursday, September 10, 2015
-no rounding of grades
-no audio/pictures
-email etiquette
meaningful subject line
Dear Dr. …,
short and direct
-SMART goals
specified
measurable
adjustable
realistic
time-based
-usually a text questions from each video shown in class
-testing is more heavily weighted with in-class material
-Tuesday Chaper 1 pp. 2-31
September 14th
-health: overall condition of a persons body or mind and to the presence or absence of
illness or injury
determined and influenced by factors beyond ones control (genes, age, health care,
environment)
-wellness: optimal health and vitality (living life to its fullest)
determined by the decisions one makes about life
-determinants of health
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