HSS4331 Introduction to International Health Theory - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – HSS4331 Introduction to International Health Theory PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 147dfc-NTE5N



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

HSS4331 Introduction to International Health Theory

Description:

HSS4331 Introduction to International Health Theory. April 7, 2008 ... want to hear any whining about there not being enough ... again: no whining! If you ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:39
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 30
Provided by: deona
Learn more at: http://classes.deonandan.com
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: HSS4331 Introduction to International Health Theory


1
HSS4331 Introduction to International Health
Theory
  • April 7, 2008 The Last Class!

2
Today
  • Got a few words to say
  • Exam preview

3
But Before We Begin
  • When you get home, please take the exit survey
  • http//tinyurl.com/cex54e

4
Seminar Summary Papers
  • Absolute final deadline for receiving your
    seminar papers this semester is Thursday April 29
    at 1159pm.
  • This semester alone there were twenty six seminar
    opportunities posted on the class website, so I
    dont want to hear any whining about there not
    being enough options
  • There are currently four online seminar options
    posted.... So again no whining!

5
If you missed SUNSIH
  • There are 4 students who did not attend and who
    did not arrange an alternative with me. You will
    get zero unless
  • If you attend either of the following, I will
    give you 7.5 out of the 10 SUNSIH marks
  • Global Health Pre-Departure Training Conference,
    April 25, 2009, 830-630pm
  • The University of Toronto Centre for
    International Health, 7th Annual Global Health
    Research Conference April 27-28
  • (Check class website for registration details)

6
The Policy Paper
  • Arif has marked most of them and promises to get
    the rest done very soon
  • Keep watching the class website to see if your
    marks are posted
  • There are still four students whove not handed
    in policy papers. You will get zero unless you
    work something out with me.

7
Now Lets See How Much Youve Learned
  • Remember that online questionnaire I made you
    take the first week of class?

8
USA Canada Haiti Mexico Bolivia Peru Guyana Jamaic
a
9
WHO World Bank UNICEF IMF NATO
Swaziland Botswana South Africa China India Jamaic
a Lesotho
10
lt0.2 0.2-0.5 1-2.5 2.6-5 5.1-9.9 10.0-15.0 gt1
5
11
HIV/AIDs Malaria Diabetes Polio Mental
Illness Scurvy TB Beriberi Cruetzfeld-Jakob Anemia
12
Non-governmental organization Northern Geological
Organization Near-genocidal option Nasty, gross
orifice Needy, grievous and orphaned National
Geopolitical Organization National geopolitical
organism
13
Stephen LEwis Jeffrey Sachs Carl Sagan Karl
Rove George Costanza
14
Luxembourg USA France Canada Switzerland Germany J
apan
15
Luxembourg USA France Canada Switzerland Germany J
apan
16
(No Transcript)
17
HIV/AIDS TB Diabetes Diarrhea Pneumonia Polio Meas
les Mumps
18
(No Transcript)
19
(No Transcript)
20
Demographic transition Transcendental
meditation Socialist revolution Malthusian
reversion Popular inversion
21
(No Transcript)
22
(No Transcript)
23
Final Exam
  • Worth 20 of your final mark
  • Friday April 24th
  • 200-500pm
  • in RGN 2149
  • Will cover ALL material from ALL lectures ALL year

24
Final Exam
  • Open book exam
  • Bring whatever written material you like
  • NO electronic aids
  • laptops
  • PDAs
  • Anything else that can be networked
  • For example, you can bring
  • Printout of all slides
  • Your own notes
  • A textbook

25
Final Exam
  • Format
  • A series of short answer questions
  • Answers will typically be 1-2 sentences long
  • Will it be hard?
  • The content will not be difficult
  • Last year, people found it to be long

26
Final Exam
  • I will be marking the final exam
  • So stop sucking up to Arif, and start sucking up
    to me for a change!

27
Sample Question
  • In the land of Deonandia, 14 of citizens have
    tested positive for HIV, of which 7 have full
    blown AIDS. A further 21 of the total
    population suffer from clinical depression.
  • (a) If you were the Minister of Health faced with
    only these statistics, which disease would you
    think constitutes the more serious problem, and
    why?
  • (b) What further information, if any, would you
    require to more confidently answer (a)?

28
Sample Questions
  • Suggest three ways that war negatively affects
    public health
  • The obstetrical death rate is considered to be a
    key indicator measuring the quality of a public
    health care system. Why is this?

29
Thank you for a truly spectacular year. Please
stay in touch. And please take the exit
survey http//tinyurl.com/cex54e
About PowerShow.com