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HSC PDPHE Notes

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Notes cover all focus areas and content of the HSC course - very good and simple to follow

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Health Personal life Public health Health policy Determinants of health Health economics Health promotion Social determinants of health Physical exercise Chronic condition Cardiovascular disease Reproductive health
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Health Personal life Public health Health policy Determinants of health Health economics Health promotion Social determinants of health Physical exercise Chronic condition Cardiovascular disease Reproductive health
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It provides information to assist planning and decision-making about health expenditure, health priority areas and health promotion initiative from local, state and national perspectives. This enables conclusions to be drawn about the health status of different populations Measures of Epidemiology Mortality Death rates for given group/disease Morbidity Incidence and prevalence of disease Infant Mortality Deaths in first year of life per 1000 live births Life Expectancy Estimated life span Benefits and limitations of epidemiological statistics Epidemiological stats can determine Epidemiological stats do not determine • Number of patients in a hospital and length of stay • Circumstances surrounding a persons admission and discharge • Info about a health issue – the number of people seeking medical attention following a suicide att...
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