PH2 Midterm Study Guide
What are the core functions of Public Health (LECTURE 1)
o Policy Development
o Developed by who?
1988 by Institute of Medicine report The Future of Public Health
What are the 10 Essential Publ
MIDTERM: MONDAY, 02/013/17
MULTIPLE CHOICE AND SHORT ANSWER
BRING BLUE BOOK
REVIEW SESSION NOT COMPREHENSIVE
Topics to be covered
Important features of health care
Uncertainty, Asymmetric info
Final Review Session
PH 122 Health Policy
Final Date, Time and
Wednesday March 22, 2017
1:30pm - 3:30 pm SSH 100
Please bring two blue books and writing utensil
(blue/black pen, or pencil)
The format will consist of both multiple choic
Health Policy (PH 122 / PP&D 170)
Social Science Hall (SSH) 100
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 1:00 - 1:50pm
Dana Mukamel, Ph.D.
Office Hours: by appointment
E-mail: [email protected]
Updates on House Health Reform
Dana B. Mukamel PhD
Bills reported out of Committees:
Do not repeal ACA except for
Individual and employer mandates
Keep requirements of health plans:
zFinal Study Guide
Week 6 Study Guide
#1: Video clips, Public Health News, Chapter 16-18, and all required materials for week 6
#2: Key terms
Chapter 16: Public Health Enemy Number Two and Growing: Poor Diet and Physical Inactivity
Week 1 Study Guide
#1: Video clips, Public Health News, Chapter 1-3, and all required materials for week 1
#2: Key terms
Chapter 1: Public Health: Science, Politics, and Prevention
Define public health
- The fulfillment of societys interest in ass
What is environmental quality?
Environmental quality refers to the properties,
characteristics, and conditions of the environment
relative to the requirements of one or more species
Sometimes used interchangeably with the term "environmental health"
Environmental Quality and Health PH 60 Winter 2015 Midterm Review Sheet
Note: This review sheet is a guide to help you study for the midterm exam. It may not contain
a complete listing of topics discussed in class. Use your notes from class, the Power
Highlighted ones need to be answered
Ecological & Cross-Sectional Studies
Primary difference between an experimental and observational study design
Experimental epidemiologic study: investigator randomly assigns the treatment
Good luck everyone - kyra (:
HIGHLIGHTED ONES ARE THE ONES THAT NEED TO BE ANSWERED
Bring scantron form F-288, a number two pencil and a calculator.
40-45 total points (questions in multiple-choice/true-false format)
Know equations for meas
health risks for obesity
Cardiovascular disease, diabetes, some cancers, arthritis
Is obesity just an endpoint? Can it be a risk factor for other diseases?
It is a risk factor for other diseases such as the ones listed above
What are examples of major
Main Learning Goal: Students will understand the concepts of basic cell signaling and nuclear
hormone receptors and applying them to critical thinking questions.
Mini learning goal 1: Students will understand the concepts of basic cell signaling and will
Mini learning goal 1: Students will understand more principles of cell signaling regulation.
Important to understand signaling and the mechanisms of abnormal signaling in order to
design and develop drug therapies to alleviate symptoms or even cur
Main learning goal: Students will understand cytokinesis and the major differences between
mitosis and meiosis.
Mini learning goal 1: Students will understand the major events of cytokinesis by combining
concepts learned with knowledge of other phases of
Mini learning goal 1: Students will understand genetic approaches used to study cell cycle
GP: Which of the following changes in gene expression could you use to overcome an abnormal
cell cycle in fission yeast resulting from excess CDC
Mini learning goal 1: Students will understand the mechanism of oxidative phosphorylation,
where mitochondria came from, and mtDNA.
Where did mitochondria come from?
o Endosymbiont hypothesis: ancient anaerobic single-celled organism ate/endocytos
Mini learning goal 1: Students will understand how scientists discovered cyclins and CDKs
regulate cell division by examining the experiments they performed.
Guided Practice: Describe what is happening in graphs A, B, C, and D for cyclin B.
Mini learning goal 1: Students will apply their understanding of membrane transport to practice
1) You have just isolated protein x123 from a lysed epithelial gut cell and wish to investigate
the proteins structural characteristics. W
January 11, 2016
Main learning goal: Students will be able to explain the main concepts of microscopy and
membrane structure to their peers.
Mini learning goal 1: Students will be able to apply concepts of microscopy and fluorescence to
Mini learning goal 1: Students will understand how GTPases function in promoting cell
movement and will apply the concept to critical thinking questions.
Quick practice question!
1. Give two examples of mutations that would result in a dominant positive G
FINAL EXAM Review Public Health 2 Winter 2017
Please be aware that this is just a sample, you also need to be sure you did the section:
WEEK REVIEW GUIDE
This is under each week under Lectures and Required Materials under each module
*Also, you may work w
In step 1, the student gathered information about cancer, which is caused by
mutations. The oncogenes, instead of dying of, keep replicating causing tumor. In
step 2, the student addressed the current situation by stating that on average, cancer
kills 7 m
Reading Worksheet 3
Name: Joeliza A. Pableo
Student ID: 10199090
Please answer all 7 questions and the short essay prompt below for assignment submission.
All the questions below are possible exam questions for the midterms and/or final. Answ
Reading Worksheet 1
Name: Pableo, Joeliza
Student ID: 10199090
Please answer 10 of the 24 questions below for assignment submission. However, all the
questions below are possible exam questions for the midterms and/or final. Answers require f