MT 1 HP 400 Study Guide

MT 1 HP 400 Study Guide - MT# 1 HP 400 Study Guide, Fall...

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MT# 1 HP 400 Study Guide, Fall 2009 Class 1-9b Shahlapour From Lectures for Classes # 2 and 3 : 1. Be able to define the term “culture” as presented in the lecture on “Introduction to Culture”. 2. Be familiar with the aspects of human life that are influenced by culture. 3. Know about cultural definitions about anatomy and physiology. 4. what is Epidemiology and different kind of epidemiological studies 5. Know about cultural factors in the epidemiology of disease. 6. Know what acculturation is. 7. Know how culture can be protective against disease and identification of disease. 8. Be familiar with cultural factors that are significant in the epidemiology of disease 9. Know what a Risk Factor and a Protective Factors are. From the textbook, Chapter 1 : “The Future of the World’s Health” 1. know what the four challenged are that the author lists for helping to improve the World’s health in the 21 st century [pp. 6-9] From the textbook, Chapter 49 : “Philanthropy and Global Health Equity”, 1. Know what the author feels is the “comparative advantage of philanthropy in global health”. [about ½ way through the article] 2. Know what the author considers three broad areas in the global health agenda that would be appropriate places for philanthropy to address. pp. 434-436 From the textbook, in Chapter 22: Family and Reproductive Health”: 1. Know the elements of a comprehensive reproductive health service [p. 189]
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