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Dr. Logan's Nonsense (Part 3)
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How does the 1944 definition of health compare to the Ottawa Charter for health promotion of 1986?
1944 = mental, physical, social well-being
1986 = realize aspirations, satisfy needs, cope to changes in the environment, etc.
What is the mission Public Health?
what is the substance of public health?
What is the organizational framework of public health?
Mission = assuring conditions in which people can be healthy
Substance = aimed at prevention of disease and promotion of health
Framework = government, private and voluntary organizations and individuals
Where was the first board of health set up in the united states?
What is the general evolution of public healthy focus?
Sanitation improvement (19th century) > prevention of acute disease (early 20th century)
When do we begin to see state government involvement in public health?
Early 20th century
The federal governments role in public health was limited until the passage of which amendment?
16th amendment (authorized national income tax; local and state governments still have more formal responsibilities)
What represents that first major effort the federal government took to see that a nationwide system of state and local government public health organizations were set in place?
social security act of 1935; grants given to state and local health departments
What cabinet-level department oversees public health issues?
The Department of Health and Human Services (first cabinet was Department of Health, Education, and Welfare)
Who has a greater role in public health activities: federal government or state/local?
Federal government now (was state and local in the past)
It has more financial power and authority because of national income tax
What is the principle agency for protecting the health and providing human services to all americans?
Department of Health and Human Services
Who is the Surgeon General?
What role do they play?
Dr. Jerome Adams
Leading spokesperson on matters of public health in the U.S. government
Who is the head of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps?
What is it comprised of?
Office of public health and science, regional health administrators, eight operating divisions
Who does the Surgeon general report to?
Assistant secretary for health
What does OSHA do?
setting and enforcing standards for work site safety
What does the Administration of Children and Families do?
Programs which provide services for needy children and families
What does the Administration for Community Living do?
increases accesses to community support and resources for older americans and people with disabilities
How many operating division does the Department of Health and Human Services have?
How many regional offices?
What are the 10 essential public health services?
evaluate, monitor health, diagnose/investigate, inform/educate/empower, mobilize community partnerships, develop policies, enforce laws, link to/provide care, assure competent workforce
True or false: the standards set by the NPHPSP describe the minimum expectations of public health.
FALSE; set optimal level of performance
What does Healthy People do?
Who releases it?
Provides 10-year national objectives for improving health of all americans
Department of Health and Human Services
The Health Belief Model is based on which theory?
A person's willingness to change their behaviors is primarily due to perceived:
susceptibility, severity, benefits, barriers
What are the two elements of the Health Belief Model that gets an individual to change their health behavior?
Cues to action (external events) and self efficacy (belief in ability to make a change, internal)
What is the prediction of the Health Belief Model?
Likelihood an individual will do a recommended health action
What model incorporates states of changes and processes of change?
What are the states of change in the transtheoretical model?
According to the Transtheoretical model, what is needed for people to progress (3 things)?
Decisional balance (pros and cons)
Self-efficacy (confidence they can maintain changes)
Processes of change (strategies to help make
What are the stages of the Diffusion of Innovation model?
Knowledge, Persuasion, decision, implementation, confirmation
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