PBH Q2-ch.5 and cancer

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  1. principles of public health***
    • us const governs the public health (although it doesnt mention)
    • interstate commerce clause is federal aspect
    • us const grant rights
  2. cooperative agreement
    • federal has the right to tax and spend some
    • the $ can go back to state
  3. four sources of law
    • const law
    • leg statues
    • adm reg
    • judicial case common law
  4. constitutional law
    • more restrictive
    • deals within the state and names it ex, jud, leg
  5. leg statutes
    written by federal AND STATE

    note: fed starts the baseline but the state can take it to another level

    LEGISLATIVE
  6. adm reg
    • health and human keeps law going
    • do's and don'ts

    EXECUTIVE
  7. judicial, case, common law
    • build on precedence (based on similar cases)
    • unfair to treat similar facts differently
    • nuiscance law

    JUDICIAL
  8. market justice vs social justice (6)
    • good vs. resource
    • free market conditions vs. active govt involvment
    • efficiency differences
    • by demand vs. by central planning
    • ability to pay differences
    • reward vs equal access
  9. implications market justice vs social justice (6)
    • individual responsibility vs. collective
    • purchasing power vs. basic package
    • limited obligation to collective good vs strong obligation
    • individual well being vs community
    • private soln vs prublic
    • based on pay vs planned pay
  10. nuremberg code (10)***
    • need permission
    • good intentions
    • should based on animal as well
    • no mental suffer
    • no death
    • never exceed the acceptable risk
    • proper pre
    • only by the qualified
    • power to end
    • must be prepared to end as well
  11. willowbrook hepatitis study
    example of "power to end"
  12. declaration of helsinki
    • you can get proxy consent from somebody
    • first effrot to reg research/more intuned with clinical
    • develop the 10
  13. tuskegee syphilis study
    • despite tx, follow progression
    • federally sanctioned
  14. cancer is the
    2nd leading cause of death, after heart disease
  15. ____ million are diagnosed
    1.3
  16. ppl usually get cancer _____
    67
  17. ___ cancer is leading cause of cancer death
    lung
  18. ____ men
    _______ women
    • 1/2
    • 1/3
  19. rest of the cancers are (4)
    overweight, ovesity, physicial inactivity, ntr
  20. differences in cancer is based on
    pop groups, race groups, socioeco groups, gender groups
  21. cancer screening
    look at early signs of the disease when the chance of cure is highest
  22. screening test should (4)
    • detect early
    • not give false neg/pos
    • not be dangerous
    • cost effective
  23. screening can be used for (4) types of cancer
    • breast-mammography
    • cervix-paps smear
    • colon-colonoscopy
    • prostate-prostate spec antigen
  24. US preventive services task force
    • panel of experts in prevention
    • used in primary care setting
    • gold stardard of prevention
    • ex.) screen, counsel, and meds
  25. paps smear
    • by the human papillomavirus
    • mircroscopic exam from cervix
  26. two interventions/name
    • radition therapy-roentgen
    • chemotherapy-chiu li
  27. advocacy
    • american society for cancer control
    • national cancer inst
    • american cancer society
    • national cancer act
  28. 2 ppl moved the govt to spend more $ on research
    lasker and yarborough
  29. turning point 
    national cancer act of '71
  30. '74 breast cancer screening were moved by 3 ppl
    betty ford, komen, and kushner
  31. 5 conditions for pop health
    • delivery system
    • employers
    • media
    • academia
    • infrastructure
    • community
  32. media advocacy vs. soc marketing (5)***
    • policymakers vs. audience
    • decentralized vs. systematic
    • environment vs. individual
    • power gap vs. info gap
    • target ppl who will make the change vs. ppl at risk
  33. framing 
    how to story is to be understood, developed, supported
  34. framing for access
    • media health, pitching, create events
    • celebrities
    • gets ppl pondering
  35. framing for content
    • health from advocate
    • root causes
    • social blame
  36. good story
    • content
    • visuals
    • authentic voices
    • media bites
  37. to convey
    • issue
    • who
    • recommend
  38. belmont report***
    • >>ist. review boards
    • 3 formal: respect for persons, beneficence, justice
  39. cervical cancer***
    • paps smears
    • 3 years after sex
  40. breast cancer***
    • mammograms-over 40
    • self breast-over 20
    • clinical breast exam-teens around 15
  41. prostate cancer***
    digital rectal exam-over 50years
  42. colon cancer***
    colonoscopy-over 50years

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