Semester 1 Biopsychosocial

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WHO definition of health
Positive defination: A state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
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Functional definition of health
Health as the ability to work
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Biopsychosocial model of health
DRAW
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Kubler-Ross model of greif
DRAW
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Model of psychological response to injury (Wiese-Bjornstal 1998)
DRAW
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Self-regulatory model (Leventhal et al 1980)
DRAW
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STRESS STUFF
DRAW
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Parsons sick role theory
Rights and obligations for a person who is 'sick'. Exempt from normal social duties and not responsible for their condition. Obligations include trying to get well and seeking compotent medical attention.The sick roles minimises disruption to society
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Sectors of health care systems, (Kleinman 1980)
Popular=family/freinds, profesional=healthcare professionals, Folk=traditional healers (spiritual/secular)
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triggers (Zola 1973) and barriers to consultation
DRAW
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Ley's model of adherence (1989)
DRAW
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Crisis of Ilness (moos and Schaefer, 1984)
"Chronic illness brings about changes to which adjustments need to be made". Changes in; Role/identity, location, social support, future. Complicated by; Decisions need to be quick, limited experience, unpredictability/uncertainty
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Coping (Lazarus and Launier 1978)
Styles: Avoidance/Approach. Skills: Responses adopted. Strategies: Problem focused (address stressor), Emotion focused (address response), Appraisal focussed (coping)
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Blunters and Monitors
Blunters: Avoid information (more info = more anxiety). Monitors: Seek information (more information = less anxiety)
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