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In Depth Notes on PDHPE Core 1

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These notes identify each syllabus point and provide an in-depth analysis of each. Identify key terminology and concepts.

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Health economics Health policy Health promotion Public health Healthcare quality Health equity Health care in Australia Health insurance Health system Health Medicare Mental health
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Health economics Health policy Health promotion Public health Healthcare quality Health equity Health care in Australia Health insurance Health system Health Medicare Mental health
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dents Learn to Measuring health status • Role of epidemiology • Measures of Epidemiology (Mortality, infant mortality, morbidity, life expectancy) EPIDEMIOLOGY EPIDEMIOLOGY: The study of the causes, distribution and control of disease in populations MEASURES OF EPIDEMIOLOGY • Critique the use of epidemiology to describe health status by considering questions such as ➢ What can epidemiology tell us ➢ Who uses these measures ➢ Do they measure everything about health status • Use tables and graphs from health reports to analyse current trends in life expectancy and major causes of morbidity and mortality for the general population and comparing males and females Key Terms INCIDENCE: Number of new cases PREVALENCE: Number of existing cases Tells us: Limitations: Who uses it • How many cases exist • Who is affected • The rate of illness/injury • Does n...
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