- Effective public health initiatives today are different then those of the past because____
|They take the public in consideration|
|They involve the government policy more today then they did in the past.|
|They seem to depend upon development of consensus and partnerships|
- The first public health organizations were in what century
|The sixteenth century|
|The late eighteenth century|
|The early nineteenth century|
- How did the Civil War help enforce a national consciousness of epidemic disease?
|Two thirds of the Union soldiers who died were killed by infectious disease rather then by bullets|
|Public Health became a major issues at this time|
|The army camps were more medical|
- The Federal Government is involved in state and local health because?
|It has the ability to regulate interstate commerce|
|Federal taxes pay for public health|
|Of clinical, social, and economical issues in public health.|
- Out of the ten leading health indicators the number one indicator is?
- Why is community assessment necessary?
|So coalitions can determine what programs of policies should be developed|
|To understand what individuals need for health care.|
|To determine if individuals are poor and in need of health care.|
- Public health has had seen a revolution in the past two decades, and the information that has been at the heart of this revolution is
|Chronic disease control|
|Management of public health|
- Public health has surveillance has a critical role in chronic disease control because
|It gives information that is needed to develop more effective interventions and better target programs|
|It allows public health to operate|
|It allows public health to control disease|
- What is the role of public health in the control of illness and disease?
|To manage or improve the health of populations through prevention.|
|To control out breaks of disease.|
|To supply free services for people with disease.|
- The synergy between individual and public health care goals, and services relies on?
|The government and control of disease|
|The control of out breaks of disease.|
|The patient’s perception of his disease.|