Fair Game Study Sheet Final exam

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Fair Game Sheet for Final Exam; HP 200 Fall 2009- Leventhal Page 1 of 2 1. Definitions of health 2. Health as dynamic 3. Health as being a state of wellbeing, not just the absence of disease 4. Categorical vs. continuous conceptualizations of health 5. Disease Prevention 6. Health Promotion 7. Definition of HPDP 8. Academic vs. applied component of HPDP 9. HPDP interventions 10. Health education 11. Environmental HPDP programs 12. Epidemiology 13. Population 14. Why having up-to-date epidemiological data is important 15. Death rate 16. Endemic 17. Epidemic 18. Pandemic 19. Life expectancy 20. Primary vs. secondary vs. tertiary prevention 21. Categories of risk factors 22. Modifiable vs. non-modifiable risk factors 23. Communicable vs. noncommunicable diseases 24. Chain of infection model 25. HPDP as a science-driven field 26. Infectious vs. Chronic Disease death rates 1900-2000 27. Health-related quality of life 28. Evidence-based practice 29. Culturally competent 30. Advocacy 31. Major developments in the generation of HPDP over the past 500 years 32. Development of a scientific literature of health and disease 33. Development of a state and national program to promote health 34. Criteria to determine targets for HPDP programs 35. Future of HPDP 36. Change and continuation of societal trends 37. Influence of technology of HPDP 38. Philosophy of Health based on a multidimensional conceptualization 39. Health education philosophies/approaches 40. Behavior change philosophy (target, goals, methods, conceptualization of HPDP) 41. Cognitive philosophy (target, goals, methods, conceptualization of HPDP) 42. Personalized Feedback 43. E-Chug 44. Decision making philosophy (target, goals, methods, conceptualization of HPDP) 45. Social Change Philosophy (target, goals, methods, conceptualization of HPDP) 46. Theory 47. Model 48. Three factor theory of the determinants of disease 49.
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