Intro to PH Test 1 review sheet

Intro to PH Test 1 review sheet - Introduction to Public...

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Introduction to Public Health Test #1 Review Sheet Date of Test #1: 9/22 Location: Our normal classroom (MH 2.01.32) Instructions: Please bring a #2 pencil and a scantron form No. 882-E, ONLY (this is a type of scantron that can be purchased at the University Center for $0.25). The test will be entirely multiple choice and you may leave once you’ve completed it. You must hand in both the scantron and the test questions. What the test will cover : This test will cover all material discussed in lecture and readings from weeks 1- 4 Please look over your blackboard quizzes and review the following questions by our test review class on Tuesday, 9/20: Chapter 1 review questions 1. Explain the two main goals of public health and provide examples of each Health promotion and disease prevention. 2. What are some of the factors that make something a public health issue? What were some of the answers given for why Dr. Nancy Krieger thinks police officer-involved killings are a public health issue? -Death as an outcome -Preventable illness/infection -Widespread community effects -Demographic disproportion -Ripple effects on families -Affects large groups of people -Data based info can be gathered on issue 1
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3. Explain the major differences between medical care and public health. In particular, explain how these two approaches think about health problems differently and explain how they each demonstrate success. 4. Public health focuses on the big picture, large groups of people, it emphasizes promotion and prevention. Medical Care focuses on individual diagnoses and treatment. In public health, solutions would equate to policy intervention or government sponsored programs, in medical care, solutions mean prescriptions or surgery. Success in public health is harder to measure because it’s difficult to display data and observed outcomes, whereas in medical care, success is easily seen in patient recovery. 5. Explain each of the 3 core functions of public health. 6. -Assessment: Collecting, analyzing, publishing health info on a population 7. -Policy Development: Using scientific info to develop a strategy 8. -Assurance: Making sure policies work 9. Explain each of the 10 essential services of public health and be able to provide an example for each . 1. Monitor Health – Problem identification 2. Diagnose and Investigate – Locate causes of health problem 3. Inform and Educate – Tell people about problem and its causes 4. Mobilize – Find people to help address the health problem 5. Develop Policy – Planning and executing laws, programs, regulation 6. Enforce Laws and Regulation – Make sure policies are being followed 7. Provide Care – Link people to the right services, make sure they have access 8. Ensure confident workforce – Verify credentials and competency 9. Evaluate Effectiveness - Are the policies working? Follow up w surveys, programs, look at statistical data 10. Research – Encompasses all ten functions 10. What is the relationship between the 3 core functions and the 10 essential services?x 11. 1-2 relate to Assessment 12. 3-5 relate to Policy Development
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