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SHHS PDHPE 12 C1 RHS

Core 1 Right hand side

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measuring health status (1) • critique the use of epidemiology to describe health status by considering questions such as:  what can epidemiology tell us?  who uses these measures?  do they measure everything about health status?
measuring health status (2) • use tables and graphs from health reports to analyse current trends in life expectancy and major causes of morbidity and mortality for the general population and comparing males and females
identifying priority health issues • argue the case for why decisions are made about health priorities by considering questions such as: how do we identify priority issues for Australia’s health? what role do the principles of social justice play? why is it important to prioritise?
groups experiencing health inequities (1) research and analyse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and ONE other group experiencing health inequities by investigating:
groups experiencing health inequities (2) the nature and extent of the health inequities the sociocultural, socioeconomic and environmental determinants the roles of individuals, communities and governments in addressing the health inequities
high levels of preventable chronic disease, injury and mental health problems research and analyse CVD, cancer and ONE other condition listed by investigating: the nature of the problem extent of the problem(trends)risk factors and protective factors the sociocultural, socioeconomic and environmental determinants  groups at risk
a growing and ageing population • assess the impact of a growing and ageing population on:  the health system and services  health service workforce  carers of the elderly  volunteer organisations.
health care in Australia (1) evaluate health care in Australia by investigating issues of access and adequacy in relation to social justice principles. Questions to explore include: 
health care in Australia (2) how equitable is the access and support for all sections of the community? how much responsibility should the community assume for individual health problems?
health care in Australia (3) describe the advantages and disadvantages of Medicare and private health insurance, eg costs, choice, ancillary benefits
complementary and alternative health care approaches • critically analyse complementary and alternative health care approaches by exploring questions such as:  how do you know who to believe?  what do you need to help you make informed decisions?
health promotion based on the five action areas of the Ottawa Charter (1) • argue the benefits of health promotion based on:  individuals, communities and governments working in partnership  the five action areas of the Ottawa Charter
health promotion based on the five action areas of the Ottawa Charter (2) • investigate the principles of social justice and the responsibilities of individuals, communities and governments under the action areas of the Ottawa Charter
health promotion based on the five action areas of the Ottawa Charter (3) • critically analyse the importance of the five action areas of the Ottawa Charter through a study of TWO health promotion initiatives related to Australia’s health priorities
Created by: lisagass