USP 147 Exam 2 SG.pdf - 1 USP 147 Exam 2(Provisional Study Guidelines Exam 2 Thursday June 6th during class time In general 1)\u200b \u200b(Continue to know

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1 USP 147 Exam 2 (Provisional) Study Guidelines Exam 2: Thursday, June 6th during class time. In general: 1) (Continue to) know broad themes (can’t really talk about solutions to a problem if you can’t articulate it s roots); I’ll go over these in the summary lecture on Tuesday (6/4) Course Themes 1 (What) Statistics on who bears the burdens of chronic & infectious disease, injuries, and suicide from our rather toxic (and wildly unjust) system more Areas they manifest Health status Access to medical care Quality of care Course Themes 2 (Why) Determinants (Why): Rooted in social, economic, and political and arrangements What keeps disparities in place Unequal conditions of daily living Structural causes Cultural ideologies and narratives Can be separate or cumulative (spiral) Course Themes 3 (How + Pathways): Materialist/Structural Abundance or lack of resources, money, good schools, nutritional foods, quality healthcare, and opportunities Psychosocial Relative deprivation Awareness of what others are getting that you are not Status/Stigma Internal locus of control Stress Cultural/Behavioral Social networks, norms, and habits Neo-Marxist
2 Inevitable outcomes of unequal industrialized capitalist system (poor working conditions, low pay, alienation of workers) Capabilities Approach Understanding cumulative impact of pathways Building up resiliency = sum of life challenges = health status Historical approach Trauma endured by one’s group with multiple negative, generational impacts Course Themes 4 (Particular Populations) Low income Latinx communities Grappling with the anxiety of deportation risk Making efforts around cancer & nutritional awareness, reducing tobacco Women and families living with HIV Homeless individuals Specifically families and youth Local community members in City Heights, Barrio Logan & South San Diego Social, transportation, environmental, and health justice LGBTQIA pop Course Themes 5 (So What?) Why research and develop interventions for health disparities? Brings social determinants of health into the conversation, Emphasizes equity and justice as critical in fostering well being Holds up a mirror to our society Should offend sense of justice and morality Makes us look critically at why things are the way they are Shifts reasoning towards society rather than individuals Course Themes 6 (Strategies) Strategies for reducing disparities: Working with communities: Bring resources and information, but looking at what people can offer, learning from one another. Working together. Principles for working with communities: Gain trust Reciprocity and humility Listen and learn be self aware Engage the natural leaders and trusted members of the community
3 True collaboration is critical Be transparent and problem solve as partners Think about levels of intervention Individual/small group Socio-environmental Health care system Higher level state, national or international Timing of intervention

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