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Preliminary PDHPE Core 1 review

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  • Q1
    Which of the following is a social dimension of health?
    Maintaining a positive outlook and sense of purpose
    Adhering to one's values despite criticism from others
    Participating in a program of regular physical activity
    Being part of a network that supports disabled people
  • Q2
    Which of the following identities only sociocultural determinants of health
    Media, culture, peers
    Religion, media, education
    Access to technology, income, self image
    Geographical location, culture, education
  • Q3
    Which of the following is an example of an individual behaviour that would reduce the risk of car accidents in young people?
    Being a female driver
    Random breath testing of drivers
    Developing a sense of connection between driver and passengers
    Having sufficient sleep before driving
  • Q4
    Which of the following is an example of how individuals can exert control over improving their health
    By increasing their 'carbon footprint' in urban areas
    By paying for frequent diagnostic tests and scans, from an early age
    By increasing their health literacy, and skills relating to nutritional practices
    By living in a remote area and thus increasing their access to specialist health services
  • Q5
    The establishment of healthy school canteens is an example of which Ottawa Charter action area?
    Building healthy public policy
    Creating a supportive environment
    Strengthening community action
    CReorienting health services
  • Q6
    Why is it important to view health as a social construct?
    A social construct places the greatest responsibility for health on government and political factors
    CHealth as a social construct recognises why some individuals may have lower levels of health than others
    DThe social construction of health supports the notion that health is solely an individual’s responsibility
    A social construct enables individuals to exert control over all the determinants of health
  • Q7
    Providing health information in a number of community languages is an example of which principle of social justice?
    Developing personal skills
    Creating a supportive environment
  • Q8
    Which of the following are modifiable health determinants?
    Genetics, diet, age
    Age, genetics, obesity
    Drug use, gender, genetics
    Obesity, diet, drug use
  • Q9
    Which behaviour best describes the dynamic nature of health?
    Modifying your dietary choices to address your physical health
    Choosing to participate in a regular physical activity program
    Going to bed feeling fine and waking up with a sore throat
    Comparing your health to that of your friends
  • Q10
    Which of the following are environmental factors?
    Education, access to health services and media
    Knowledge, access to health services and technology
    Geographic location, access to health services and technology
    Employment, geographic location and technology
  • Q11
    Which is not an individual factor?
    Knowledge and skills
  • Q12
    Holistic health includes which of the following dimensions?
    Physical, emotional, social, cultural, sociocultural
    Physical, emotional, social, nutritional, mental
    Physical, mental, social, environmental, sociocultural
    Physical, spiritual, emotional, social, mental
  • Q13
    An individual’s genetics would be considered part of which determinant of health?
  • Q14
    Education of the community via schools, workplaces and the media on contraception would be a strategy of which action area of the Ottawa Charter?
    Creating supportive environments
    Reorienting health services
    Developing personal skills
    Building healthy public policy
  • Q15
    40km/h school zones around schools is preventative strategy from which Ottawa Charter action area?
    Developing personal skills
    Reorienting health services
    Creating supportive environments
    Strengthening community action

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