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Rural Health (Module 6)

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Thematic lessons: Intro to rural health issues, Access, quality, & cost in healthcare, Rural poverty, Chronic disease, Preventable injuries, Migrant worker health, Mental health, Telemedicine. Skill Lessons: OPQRST symptom assessment, Survey design. Case Studies: Heart disease, Telemedicine & mental health.

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  • Analyze how the culture supports and challenges health beliefs, practices, and behaviors.
  • Analyze how public health policies, laws and the media function to prevent and control illness (e.g., product and food labeling, food safety and handling, school immunizations).
  • Analyze how public health policies and government regulations can influence health promotion and disease prevention.
  • Understand the effects of healthy living on individuals and their future generations (e.g., not using alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs during pregnancy).
  • Examine barriers that can hinder healthy decision making.
  • Explain strategies for managing contagious, chronic and degenerative illnesses (e.g., various treatment and support systems).
  • Propose ways to reduce or prevent injuries and health problems.
  • Work cooperatively as an advocate for improving personal, family, and community health.
  • Adapt health messages and communication techniques to a specific target audience.
  • Analyze personal susceptibility to injury, illness, or death if engaging in unhealthy behaviors.
  • Analyze the potential severity of injury or illness if engaging in unhealthy behaviors.
  • Analyze the relationship between access to health care and health status.
  • Determine when professional health services may be required.
  • Explain how health and safety problems have been altered by technology, media and medicine (e.g., product testing; control of polio; advanced surgical techniques; improved treatments for cancer, diabetes and heart disease; worksite safety management).
  • Evaluate the impact of technology on personal, family, and community health.
  • Explain immediate and long-term impacts of health decisions to the individual, family and community.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of health promotion and illness prevention methods using data from actual situations (e.g., impact of worksite health promotion programs).
  • Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence that feedback mechanisms maintain homeostasis.

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M6 Rural Health - Assessment Item Banks and Key

M6 Rural Health - Assessment Item Banks and Key

6.1 - Intro to Rural Health

This lesson will engage students in thinking about what rural health is,...

6.2 - Access, Quality & Cost

This lesson will get students engaged in examining and debating difficul...

6.3 - Rural Poverty

Students will calculate their estimated daily cost of living and learn a...

6.4 - Chronic Disease

This lesson will give students an opportunity to work cooperatively in a...

6.5 - Preventable Injuries

Students will work in teams to create an intervention to reduce injuries...

6.6 - Migrant Worker Health

This reading-heavy lesson will expose students to a unique new perspecti...

6.7 - Mental Health

Students will explore mental health from a rural health perspective by c...

6.8 - Telemedicine

Students will examine the changing role of technology on healthcare with...

6.9 - OPQRST

Students will engage in more focused learning to continue to their study...

6.10 - Patient Case (Heart Disease)

Hattie is a 68-year old retiree living in a rural community. She has bee...

6.11 - Survey Design

Students will be introduced to basic survey design and have an opportuni...

6.12 - Telemedicine & Mental Health Case (Population)

OVERVIEW: Twenty percent of non-metropolitan counties lack mental heal...

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