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Full Notes for Core 1

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Full notes for Health Priorities in Australia (core 1). Extensive detail and tables in a easy to read and friendly format

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Health economics Public health Health policy Health promotion Healthcare quality Health equity Health Mental health Reproductive health Chronic condition Mental disorder Chronic disease in Northern Ontario
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Health economics Public health Health policy Health promotion Healthcare quality Health equity Health Mental health Reproductive health Chronic condition Mental disorder Chronic disease in Northern Ontario
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What can it tell us ● Monitoring the major causes of sickness and death to identify any emerging issues or inequalities ● Identifying areas of need so prevention and treatment interventions can be targeted ● Determining priority areas for the allocation of government funding ● Monitoring the use of health care services and facilities ● Evaluating the effectiveness of any prevention and treatment programs in nutrition, physical activity, smoking, alcohol, drug use, sexual behaviour, sun exposure and motor vehicle accidents. ● Provides a basis for investigating health issues, i.e. impac...
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