Dear students! You need to split into two subgroups 414 a and 414 b
Gaiduk Olga Ivanovna 414 a
Dash Manish Kumar
Ojaga Tapas Kumar
Zamindar Mudassir Alin
Nagarajan Venkatesan Javathar
Mustafa Abdul Mumin Mohammed
Hussain Sheriff Sumia Banu
Kramarchuk Vladimir Viktorovich 414 b
Loyola Guine Rowenach
Topic: Preventive directions in the activities of a general practitioner - family doctor. Risk stratification, control of risk factors for major noncommunicable diseases (table SCORE). Prevention of infectious diseases
The WORLD book of family medicine. - European ed. - Ljubljana: Stichting WONCA Europe, 2015. — 314 p. Available online at http://www.woncaeurope.org/sites/default/files/worldbook2015.pdf
Family medicine: in 3 books. — Book 1. General Issues of Family Medicine: textbook (IV a. l.) /O.M. Hyrina, L.M. Pasiyeshvili, O.M. Barna et al.; edited by O.M. Hyrina, L.M. Pasiyeshvili — Kyiv: Medicine, 2016. — 560 p.
Family medicine: in 3 books. — Book 2. Symptoms and syndromes in clinical course of internal diseases / O.M. Hyrina, L.M. Pasiyeshvili, O.M. Barna et al.; edited by O.M. Hyrina, L.M. Pasiyeshvili. — Kyiv: Medicine, 2018. — 376 p.
Clinical Methods in Medicine: Clinical Skills and Practices. — Ed. by SN Chugh & Eshan Gupta. —Second Edition. — New Delhi, London, Philadelphia, Panama: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2015.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice. — 9th edn, updated. — East Melbourne, Vic: RACGP, 2018.
Define prevention in general practice
Define Primary prevention.
What are the strategies that primary prevention includes?
Define Secondary prevention
Define Tertiary prevention
Define which specific diseases can be prevented
What are the risk factors for cardiovascular diseases?
Describe each of the risk factors for cardiovascular diseases (hypertension, obesity, high cholesterol, diabetes, stress, smoking, alcohol excess, poor diet, sedentary lifestyle, family history)
Health promotion and Health education in general practice.
Promoting healthy lifestyle in general practice Psychosocial health promotion
Importance of immunizations for Adults and Children in primary disease prevention.
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