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health AOS1

physical health and wellbeing Relates to the efficient functioning of the body and its systems, it includes the physical capacity to perform daily activities or tasks.
social health and wellbeing Relates to the ability to form meaningful and satisfying relationships with others and the ability to manage or adapt appropriately to different social situations.
emotional health and wellbeing Relates to the ability to express emotions and feelings in a positive way. It is about positive management and expression of emotional actions and reactions as well as the ability to display resilience.
spiritual health and wellbeing Relates to ideas, beliefs, values and ethics. Encompasses concepts or peace, hope and sense of belong or place in the world.
mental health and wellbeing Is the current state of mind or brain and it relates to the ability to think and process information. Relates to the nature of feelings and thoughts that a person is having.
health status refers to the level of health and wellbeing experienced by individuals, groups or whole populations.
Life expectancy refers to the level of health and wellbeing experienced by individuals, groups or whole populations.
HALE Health adjusted life expectancy
Morbidity refers to the ill health in an individual and the ill health in a population or group
Mortality Refers to deaths in a population, or a group in a population
Maternal Mortality death of a mother during pregnancy, childbirth or within six weeks of delivery
Under 5 mortality rate The number of children that die under the age of 5 expressed per 1000 birth
Infant mortality rate Rate-the rate of deaths of infants between birth and their first birthday, expressed per 1000 live births
Burden of disease a measure of the impact of diseases and injuries – measures the gap between current health status and an ideal situation where everyone would live to an old age free of disease and disability. BOD is measured in terms of DALY
Disability adjusted life years A measure of BOD- one Daly equals one year of healthy life lost due to premature death (YLL) and time lived with illness, disease or injury (YLD).
YLL Years of Life lost-fatal
YLD Years of life lost due to disability- non-fatal
Incidence number of new cases of a particular condition
Prevalence number of cases of a particular disease or condition present at any given time.
Self Assessed a measure based on a person’s own opinion about how they feel about their health and wellbeing, their state of mind and their life in general. It is commonly soured from population surveys.
Created by: Jbanger