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1 Public Health Unit: H.P Projects & Unit Test Review Content Objectives: TSWBAT review core concepts covered during the Public Health unit to prepare for a unit test. Language Objectives: TSWBAT review core concepts covered during the Public Health unit by attempting to complete two review activities in order to prepare to take a written assessment on Public Health next class.

2 DOES ANYONE WANT TO PRESENT THEIR HP2020 PROJECT?

3 Unit Test Review Mrs. Ps webpage Study guide with answers Power point slides of all lessons Two review activities 7 BOX ACTIVITY The number is…

4 7 Box Activity Inside all 7 boxes – please answer each question Easy – copy answers from your note outlines Challenge – see what you know /remember without looking at your notes We will review the answers in 10 minutes…

5 Middle Box What is public health? Agencies that prevent disease and promote general health of the public These agencies can be government run or private

6 Top left box What are the four levels of government public health? What are their names? Local = Montgomery County Health Dept. State = PA State Dept. of Health National = HHS – Dept. of Health & Human Services International = WHO – World Health Organization

7 Top middle box Who is the surgeon general? What does he/she do? Dr. Boris Lushniak (acting) Director of USA public health services

8 Top left box What are the names of the agencies under the Surgeon General? What does each do? CDC = Centers for Disease Control Disease promotion and prevention in the USA Best source for disease information in the USA Travel health / immunizations information FDA = Food and Drug Administration Checks & regulates human and veterinarian: food, drugs, medical devices, tobacco products, cell phones, etc. NIH = National Institute of Health Government funded medical research

9 Bottom left box What is the difference between developing vs. developed countries? Name some characteristics that make them different. Sanitation Clean air and water Life Spans / Expectancy Diseases Income / Money Housing Education Peace or war

10 Center bottom box Name five examples of private health organizations and something special about them. American Red Cross – blood donation UNICEF – partners up with Key Club Boys & Girls Club – partners with MLB United Way – partners with NFL AMA (American Medical Association) and ADA (American Dental Association) – professional health Blue Cross / Blue Shield – example of health insurance company Manna on Main Street – local soup kitchen and foot cupboard

11 Bottom right box List four examples of health disparities or public health issues that can affect our life expectancy in the US. Sex / gender Race / ethnicity Age Income / education Socioeconomic status Lifestyle Disabilities Sexual orientation

12 Does anyone have any questions?

13 The Number Is… Use the back of the first activitys worksheet Questions – There are 6 questions that will be asked For each question – there will be a corresponding amount of answers (for example question 4 you will need 4 answers to write down) Answer Mrs. Ps questions to the best of your ability… We will review the answers after all 6 question have been asked

14 Questions 1. The number is one…what is the #1 cause of death in the USA today? 2. The number is two… 1. Who is the Secretary of the HHS? 2. What does she do? 3. The number is three…write down the 3 agencies that the Surgeon General runs…do you know what each one does? 4. The number is four…write down the 4 levels of government agencies…do you know what each one does? 5. The number is five…define the following terms/phrases: Epidemiology / Epidemic / Pandemic / Communicable Diseases / Heart Disease 6. The number is six…can you name 6public health differences between developing and developed countries

15 The Number is… Question #1: The number is one…what is the #1 cause of death in the USA today? HEART DISEASE

16 …The Number Is… Question #2: The number is two… 1. Who is the Secretary of the HHS? 1. KATHLEEN SEBELIUS 2. What does she do? 1. SECRETARY OF THE HHS

17 …The Number Is… Question #3: The number is three…write down the 3 agencies that the Surgeon General runs…do you know what each one does? CDC = Centers for Disease Control Disease promotion and prevention in the USA Best source for disease information in the USA Travel health / immunizations information FDA = Food and Drug Administration Checks & regulates human and veterinarian: food, drugs, medical devices, tobacco products, cell phones, etc. NIH = National Institute of Health Government funded medical research

18 …The Number Is… Question #4: The number is four…write down the 4 levels of government agencies…do you know what each one does? Local = Montgomery County Health Dept. State = PA State Dept. of Health National = HHS – Dept. of Health & Human Services International = WHO – World Health Organization

19 …The Number Is… Question #5: The number is five…define the following terms/phrases: Epidemiology = THE STUDY OF THE SPREAD OF DISEASE Epidemic = OUTBREAK OF DISEASE IN A SMALL AREA Pandemic = OUTBREAK OF DISEASE IN A LARGE AREA OR WORLDWIDE Communicable Diseases = DISEASES THAT SPREAD FROM PERSON TO PERSON Heart Disease = THE #1 CAUSE OF DEATH IN THE USA

20 …The Number Is… Question #6: The number is six…can you name 6 public health differences between developing and developed countries Sex / gender Race / ethnicity Age Income / education Socioeconomic status Lifestyle Disabilities Sexual orientation

21 ARE YOU READY???


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