1. Describe the following terms: (a) Health behavior (b) Reciprocal determinism (c) Audience segmentation 2. • Define the term “intervention.” • Identify and describe two types of intervention. • Briefly explain the implications of an intervention in health promotion and public health practice relative to quality and evidence. 3. Identify five tenets of innovation in health promotion and disease prevention. Briefly discuss one of these attributes relative to adopting or rejecting of a new program. 4. (a) Briefly discuss why (or why not) prevention practitioners should recognize the implications of culture and ethnicity in health promotion and disease prevention approaches. […]
1. Calculate the estimated calorie requirements for a 58-year-old female who is 5’8”, 160 lbs and is moderately active, using the Mifflin-St. Jeor Energy Estimation Formula. 2. Calculate the maximum amounts of saturated fat, monounsaturated fat, and polyunsaturated fat (in grams) that this person should consume. 3. Calculate the amount of total fat (in grams) that this person would require. 4. Calculate the amount of carbohydrates (in grams) that this person would require. 5. Calculate the amount of protein (in grams) this person would require, based on the Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range.
Explain and define the ethical theory known as utilitarianism. Give reasons why you think this ethical theory has come to dominate ethical decisions in the contemporary world. Give two examples of utilitarianism. AND (this is the most important part) a) Provide a solid criticism of this ethical theory (why you think it is not a good way to think about ethical problems b) Defend utilitarianism against your critique
What is the relationship between ethics, morality and the law? Are all ethical and moral issues also legal issues, explain why or why not? Explain why a doctor being sued for malpractice could be considered both a non-legal and legal issue. Give an example of doing something that is not ethical but IS legal. Why should you do what is ethical in this case even if it is not illegal
Give specific reasons why ethical issues are so important in the health profession. Provide other (different) specific reasons why legal issues are so important in the health profession. What are the advantages and disadvantages of a “litigious society”? Drawing from the textbook and class discussion provide examples of what you can do to: Always be as ethical as possible Avoid breaking the law or being sued (as much as possible).