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Definitions Studies Levels of Prevention Community Assessment Facts about your Professor?
100
What is Epidemiology?
The study of the distribution and determinants of health and disease in human populations and is the principal science of public health.
100
What is a Cross-sectional study?
Examines the relationships between potential causal factors and disease at a specific time.
100
What is Secondary Prevention?
Occurs after pathogenesis.
100
What is an aggregate?
A community composed of people who have common characteristics.
100
What is the year she graduated high school?
1991
200
What are risk factors?
Variables that increase the rate of disease in people who have them or in people exposed to them.
200
What is a Prospective Study?
Monitor a group of disease-free individuals to determine whether and when disease occurs.
200
What is Primary Prevention?
Occurs before disease development.
200
What is a windshield survey?
Provides an understanding of the environmental layout of a community?
200
What is her wedding anniversary?
Sept 11th.
300
What is morbidity rates?
Rates of illness in a population.
300
What is a Retrospective Study?
Compares individuals with a particular condition or disease and those who do not have the disease.
300
What is Tertiary Prevention?
Focus is on limitation of disability and rehabilitation of those with irreversible diseases.
300
What is a Needs Assessment?
A 12-step process that provides a community health nurse with important subjective data about a community.
300
What is the make of her first car?
Porsche
400
What is crude rates?
Summarize the occurrence of births, mortality, or diseases in the general population.
400
What is a cohort?
Group of individuals who have a common experience within a defined time period.
400
What is Secondary Prevention?
This level of intervention includes screenings.
400
What is Community Diagnosis?
Consists of 4 components, namely:
1. identification of health problem or risk
2. affected aggregate or community
3. etiological or causal statement
4. evidence or support for the diagnosis.
400
What is her favorite food?
Sushi
500
What is proportionate mortality ratio?
Representation of the percentage of deaths resulting from a specific cause relative to deaths from all causes.
500
What is The Tuskegee Syphillis Study?
A 1932 study in which the US Public Health Service began a longitudinal-experimental study of 600 African American sharecroppers.
500
What is Primary Prevention?
This level of intervention relies on epidemiological information to indicate those behaviors that are protective, or those that will not contribute to an increase in disease, and those that are associated with increased risk.
500
What is the U.S. Census Bureau?
This agency conducts numerous surveys on subjects of government interest, such as crime, housing, and labor.
500
What is her least favorite sweet treat?
Chocolate






Community Health - Epidemiology/Community Assessment

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