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Health by Mind Map: Health

1. 3 Historical Approaches To Healthcare

1.1. Medica;/Biomedical/"Curative

1.2. Behavioural/Lifestyle

1.3. Socio-Environmental

2. Determinants of Health

2.1. Biology and Genetic Endowment

2.2. Health Services & Social support networks

2.3. Personal Health practice & Coping skills

2.4. Income & Social status

2.5. Education & Literacy

2.6. Employment & Working Conditions

2.7. Healthy Child Development

2.8. Social Environments

2.9. Physical Environments

2.10. Gender & Culture

3. My Personal Idea of Health

3.1. Body

3.1.1. Exercise

3.1.1.1. Yoga

3.1.1.2. Spin Class

3.1.1.3. Hikes

3.1.1.4. Walks

3.1.1.5. Swimming

3.1.2. Food

3.1.2.1. Healthy Eating

3.1.2.2. Eating Regularily

3.1.2.3. Avoiding excessive junk

3.1.3. Managing my Condition

3.1.3.1. Taking Medication on time

3.1.3.2. Being mindful of triggers

3.1.3.2.1. Trying Gluten Free

3.1.3.3. Regular doctors visits

3.1.3.3.1. Blood tests

3.1.3.3.2. Regular exams and checkups

3.1.3.4. Being open about when I'm struggling

3.2. Mind

3.2.1. Mental Health

3.2.1.1. Speaking out when i'm struggling

3.2.1.1.1. Therapy

3.2.1.1.2. Speaking with loved ones

3.2.1.2. Being mindful of stresses

3.2.1.2.1. understanding how to minimize stressors

3.2.1.2.2. Better time management skills

3.3. Spirit

3.3.1. Religion & Spirituality

3.3.1.1. Being open to spiritual experiences

3.3.1.2. Listening to the experiences of others

3.3.1.3. Open mindedness to variety of spiritual groups & various religions

4. Indigenous Health

4.1. Pre Contact

4.1.1. Self Sustaining

4.1.1.1. Traditional Medicines and food

4.1.1.1.1. Hunting & botanicals

4.1.1.2. Traditional social system

4.1.1.2.1. Political Governance

4.1.1.2.2. Trade-traditional forms of economy

4.1.1.2.3. Traditional laws of land

4.1.1.3. Family

4.1.1.3.1. Kinship, place in the world

4.1.1.3.2. Elder respect

4.2. Major Difficulties

4.2.1. Globally, many governments do not recognize the poor health among indigenous communities

4.2.2. Poor standard of health due direct result of colonization. Affected:

4.2.2.1. Physical

4.2.2.2. Mental

4.2.2.3. Emotional

4.2.2.4. Spiritual

4.2.3. Illnesses associated with overcrowding and environmental contamination.

4.2.3.1. Rapid upsurge of lifestyle diseases

4.2.3.1.1. Respiratory illnesses associated with cigarette smoking

4.2.3.1.2. Disease & social issues associated with alcohol misuse and abuse.

4.2.3.1.3. Emotional, Mental, & psychiatric illnesses

4.2.3.1.4. Interpersonal & family violence

4.2.3.1.5. Sexually transmissible diseases

5. 5 Levels of Healthcare

5.1. Health Promotion

5.2. Disease & Injury Prevention

5.3. Rehabilitation

5.4. Supportive Care

5.5. Diagnosis & Treatment

6. Context

6.1. External

6.1.1. Environmental

6.1.2. Economic

6.1.3. Political

6.1.4. Ecological

6.2. Internal

7. Principles of Primary Care

7.1. Access

7.2. Participation

7.3. Health Promotion

7.4. Appropriate Skills

7.5. Technology

7.6. Intersectoral/Interdisciplinary Collaboration

8. Levels of Health Care

8.1. Promotive

8.2. Preventitive

8.2.1. Primary

8.2.2. Secondary

8.2.3. Tertiary

8.3. Curative

8.3.1. Primary

8.3.2. Secondary

8.3.3. Tertiary

8.4. Rehabilitive

8.5. Supportive

9. Health

9.1. Health Promotiom

9.1.1. the process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve, their health

9.2. Population Health Promotion

9.2.1. An approach aimed at improving the health of entire populations/groups. Recognizes the interrelated factors influencing the health of populations

10. Attitudes, Values, and behaviours that reflect health promoting nursing practice

10.1. Holistic Perspective

10.2. Expert Knowledge of client

10.3. Client autonomy and choice

10.4. Genuine participation and involvement

10.5. Mutuality

10.6. Diversity positively valued

10.7. Advocacy

10.8. Equity and Social Justice

11. Epidemiology and Disease Prevention and

11.1. Epidemiology

11.1.1. The study of distribution and determinants of health, disease, or injury in human populations. & the application of this study to the control of health problems & positive health status

11.2. Morality

11.2.1. # of deaths in a specified population

11.3. Morbidity

11.3.1. # of illnesses within specified population

11.4. Incidence

11.4.1. number of new cases within specified time period

11.5. Prevalence

11.5.1. total # of cases within specified time period

11.6. Epidemic

11.6.1. the occurrence of more cases of a disease than expected

11.7. Endemic

11.7.1. rate of its occurrence is typical to population

11.8. Pandemic

11.8.1. Disease that occurs over a wide geographic area and affects a very high proportion of the population.

11.9. Surveillance

11.9.1. close watch over a person, group, or area; supervision

12. Risk

12.1. The chance of loss from an event that cannot be entirely controlled

12.2. Risk Factors

12.2.1. Variables that increase the vulnerability of an individual or a group to an illness or accident

12.3. Population at risk

12.3.1. those in the population who are susceptible to a particular disease or condition

13. Health Promotion Work

13.1. Empowerment

13.1.1. Giving individuals the ability to take control over their own health

13.1.2. Providing Resources: Programs, professionals, etc. To individuals in need of services

13.1.3. Providing the feelings of being empowered by good health practices

14. Culture

14.1. Cultural Safety

14.1.1. the practice of analyzing power imbalances in order to provide quality nursing care for individuals from different ethnicities

14.2. Cultural Sensitivity

14.2.1. being aware that cultural differences exist and have an effect on values, learning, and behavior.

14.3. Cultural Competence

14.3.1. Practices, behaviours, and policies that allow nurses to provide culturally appropriate care