Evolution of Health Models from 1800s to 1900s

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What was health associated with in the 1800s?

Poor hygiene and unsanitary conditions

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), how is health defined?

The state of complete well-being in physical, mental, and social aspects

What did the Ecological or Public Health Model consider as factors affecting health?

Individual's interaction with social/physical environment

What did the Comprehensive Ecological or Public Health Model add to the definition of health in the 1960-1970s?

Emotional and intellectual dimensions of life

Which document states that everyone has the right to medical care and social services?

Philippine Constitution of 1987

What aspect of health is considered just as important as years of life today?

Quality of life

What does the World Health Organization emphasize in relation to governments and healthcare?

Government responsibility for health provisions

What approach have many people adopted towards wellness?

A holistic approach

How is wellness defined in today's world?

Integration of various dimensions of health

What is Health as defined in the text?

Achieving individual potential in all dimensions

What is High Level Wellness (HLW) according to the text?

Integrated method of functioning maintaining balance

What does wellness represent according to Greenberg and Donatelle?

Balance between mind, body, and spirit

Explore the changing perspectives on health from the 1800s to the 1900s, from individual-centric Medical Model to the broader Ecological or Public Health Model. Understand how these models influenced the approach towards improving public health over time.

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