Health Age 1AA3 Lecture Notes Nov.8th
Compared to the population, deviation has been now classified as a medical
condition (statistical criteria).
o Eg. Mental health was not once considered a medical issue.
o Eg. Social issues are co
Introduction To Managerial Economics
What do Telus, Global, B.C. Hydro and Island
Farms have in common?
Just like thousands of other Canadian firms, they have used
the principles of managerial economics to improve their
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FOUR-HAND SEAT CARRY
1) Both bearers position themselves behind the casualty.
2) Bearers face each other. Each bearer grasps his own left wrist with his right hand, and grasps the other
bearer's right wrist with his left hand. This forms the
Food borne Illness
- Improper holding
Transfer of microorganisms from the hands to the food
Within the temperature danger zone( 35o F -145oF), microorganisms multiply fast
- Poor personal hygiene
- Inadequate cooking
For cooking meat, the
Napkin Table Folding
The Slide Napkin Fold
Lay the napkin face-down in front of you.
Fold the napkin in half and orient the open end towards you.
Fold the napkin into quarters.
Orient the napkin so that the open end is pointing away from you.
Fold the na
Health and Aging Lectures
Lecture 2: Health and Illness as Social Constructions
Examples of Social Constructions
1) Homosexuality sin mental illness sexuality
moved from being seen as a sin to mental illness, something that
people tried to cure
FITNESS PL AN
K AT I A G A R C I A
Workout at the gym
Im going to get a gym membership
Use a pedometer
Ratio of fat to lean tissue in your body
Ability to move body p
Final Exam: Health Aging and Society 1AA3 (pages 1-3 inclusive)
Tentative Exam Outline, April 2016
1. Introduction Lecture
How we make decisions; depending on the country or region and consensus methods
in Canada we rank 5th for spending
Health Age 1AA3 Lecture Notes Nov.1st
Hippocratic Medicine - 400BC in Greece
o Illness was seen as an imbalance of 4 humors blood, phlegm, yellow
bile, black bile.
o Social element; superstitions, due to multiple gods, etc.
o Physical elem
Health Age 1AA3 Lecture Notes Nov.22nd
CURRENT HEALTH CARE SYSTEM IN CANADA
Although we do not pay for our current health care system, there are both private
and public aspects of our health care, even today!
Health Age 1AA3 Lecture Notes Nov.15th
Origins of Medicare
When we look at health, we examine the social construction that has shaped
medical care. We interpret health care as a general set of healing practices that
vary according to culture and location
Health Age 1AA3 Lecture Notes Oct. 25th
LAY PERSPETIVES ON HEALTH
What do we do when we wake up with a cold? What do we do when we wake up
with loss of sight, no hearing, etc.? In the first scenario, we would self-assess our
symptoms, determine they are
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