NURS 350 Community
Exam 1 study Guide
Would Milo believe that poor people are obese because there are no healthy food sources near them due to economic discrimination or that they
are obese because they choose to eat fattening food?
NURS 350 Quiz 4
1. pp. 215-217, 234-239
2. It is important in analyzing data to compare to other communities or groups.
a. One can compare demographics, for example, with other areas or within the same area over time.
b. For example, in Nevada,
Here are the important ones: incidence rate, prevalence rate, crude death rate, infant mortality and or interpret a Relative Risk
(RR). If I told you that Nevada has a TB incidence rate of 1 per 100,000, how is that different from a prevalence rate?
Differentiate terminology applied to disaster preparedness.
Disasteroccurs as the result of an event where normal conditions of existence are disrupted and the level of suffering exceeds the
capacity of the hazard-affected community to respon
NURS 350 Community Exam 2
Be sure to read all the chapters, PowerPoints, and assigned web links. Chapters since the last exam are 2, 3, 5, and 8. Be sure to
look at the application exercises, as I usually take some questions from there.
What did the video
Community Final Exam SG
Application or Recognition of Concepts:
Primary health care
o Eight Essential Elements of Primary Health Care
Education for the identification and prevention/control of prevailing health problems primary prevention
Topical Outline for Exam 1
Look at Application Exercises
Unnatural Causes: Health=wealth
Food, Inc. chapters Dollar Menu and Unintended Consequences
Determinants of health:
Police and interventions, physical environment, behavior, biology, soc
Exam 2 Study Guide (Ch 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 16, power of illusion part 3)
Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and determinants of health and disease in human populations (Harkness, 1995) and is the
principal science of community health practice. It en
Health disparities/ health equity/ social determinants of health:
- Health status of a community is associated with a number of factors such as health care access, economic
conditions, social and environmental issues and cultural practice