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PH 101

TermDefinition
demographic transition correlation between falling child hood death rates and drops in birth rates.
Stages of change model P. C. P.A.M. Precontemplation, contemplation, preperation, action, maintnence
theory of planned behavior Main focus is the intention of behavior
Eras of Public health Health protection 1830 hygiene movement 1840-1870 contagion control 1880-1940 filling holes in medical care system 1950-1980 health promotion and disease prevention 1980-2000 population health
confounding variable DIFFERENCE IN THE GROUP BEING PREPARED, THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE IN THE OUTCOME
burden of disease analysis of morbidity and mortality being produce by disease
Precede ( Diagnostic) Social assessment epidemiological assessment behavioral/ environmental educational and organizational administrative and policy
Proceed ( Implementation and evaluation) Implementation process eval impact eval outcome eval
Health belief model Perceived susceptibility perceived severity perceived benefits perceived barriers modifying variables Cues to action Self efficacy
Types of studies used in population health Randomized Population comparison- without having information case study control-some information cohort study-know the factor you are looking for
R.E.A.I.M evaluation process of how well interventionswork Reach effectiveness adoption implementation maintenance
DALYS Impact of specific disease
HALE score Combines life expectancy with populations over all quality of health
Population health approach Healthcare systems Traditional public health social policy
Health communication collect, compile, present, perceive, combine decision making
dread effect perception and the increase of probability of an event happening due to being able to visualize it easy.
artifactual not real changes - difference or change in the definition of disease
Types of decision making Inform of decision informed consent shared decision making
social cognitive theory INTERPERSONAL focuses on the interaction between individuals and their social systems
Population health approach concerned with society as a whole
What are the 4 P's of social marketing Product-identify behavior price- financial cost, benefits, behaviors place- audience and how to reach them promotion- organize a campaign
life expectancy health measure that summarizes the impact of death in an entire population
Evidenced based public health Analyzing the determinants of health and disease and optionas for intervention using the PERIE Problem Etiology Recommendation implementation Evaluation
Contributory causes Cause and the effect at the individual level when the cause precedes the effects altering the cause alters the effects
Created by: shae989