HHD U3 O1

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HHD U3 O1
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  1. Health definition
    health is the complete state of physical mental and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease
  2. dimensions of health
    • physical
    • social
    • mental
  3. name 3 physical dimensions of health
    • absence presence and affect of disease
    • body conditions and muscle tone
    • weight range for height
    • energy levels
    • functioning of body organs to help resist disease and infection
    • pain levels
  4. name 3 social dimensions of health
    • participating with people through interdependant social relationships
    • living in a community in a cooperative way
    • participating with family and friends through interdependant relationships
  5. name 3 dimensions of mental health
    • how a person thinks and feels about themselves
    • the ability to cope with everyday emotions
    • feeling positive about life
    • having a sense of belonging
    • expressing appropriate emotions
  6. definition of health status
    the overall health of an individual or population, taking into account aspects such as life expectancy, disability, disease risk factors, mortality and morbidity
  7. burden of disease
    is used to compare the burden of different diseases and injuries within a given population using DALYs. burden of disease can be used to compare the health status of different population groups (gender, age, countries)
  8. DALYs
    • DALY is the sum of healthy life lost due to premature death (YLL) and years of life lost through disability or prolonged illness (YLD)
    • one DALY is one year of healthy life lost due to premature death or living with disability due to illness or injury. the more DALYs, the greater the disease burden
  9. Does cancer contribute more to YLLs or YLDs?
    YLL
  10. does cardiovascular disease contribute more to YLLs or YLDs?
    YLL
  11. do mental disorders contribute moer to YLLs or YLDs?
    YLD
  12. do neurological disorders contribute more to YLLs or YLDs?
    YLD
  13. do respiratory diseases contribute more to YLLs or YLDs?
    YLD
  14. do injuries contribute more to YLLs or YLDs?
    YLL
  15. does diabetes contribute more to YLLs or YLDs?
    YLD
  16. define life expectancy
    is an estimate of the number of years that a newborn can expect to live if current death rates remain the same
  17. what is the life expectancy for boys and girls in australia?
    • 79 for boys
    • 83.7 for girls
  18. define health adjusted life expectancy
    life expectancy adjusted for time spent in poor health. The equivalent number of years in full health that a newborn can expect to live based on current mortality rates
  19. what is the health adjusted life expectancy for boys and girls in australia?
    • 72.6 for boys
    • 74.3 for girls
  20. define under 5 mortality rate
    the number of deaths of children aged under 5 per 1000 live births
  21. define mortality

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