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In- Class Article Review. Break up in your respective numbered groups # 1- Methods # 2-Trust #3- self advocacy # 4- Communication #5- Discussion. Health Disparities in the Bronx and New York City. New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene.

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In class article review

In- Class Article Review

  • Break up in your respective numbered groups

  • # 1- Methods

  • # 2-Trust

  • #3- self advocacy

  • # 4- Communication

  • #5- Discussion


Health disparities in the bronx and new york city

Health Disparities inthe Bronx and New York City

New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene

Can you list the top 10 health concerns on the bronx?


What is health

What is health?

Health

is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.

Preamble to the Constitution of the World Health Organization, 1948

(the Definition has not been amended since 1948)


What is public health

What is Public Health?

Public health is the science and art of preventing diseases, prolonging life, and promoting health through the organized efforts of society.


Common health concerns

Common Health Concerns

  • Asthma

  • High Blood Pressure

  • Diabetes

  • Obesity

  • Malnutrition

  • Drug/ Alcohol Dependency

  • Mental Health

  • HIV/ AIDS

  • Cardiovascular Disease

  • Tobacco use


Smoking prevalence in the bronx 2002

Smoking Prevalence in the Bronx, 2002

Healthy People 2010 Goal: 12%


Cancer screening in the bronx vs nyc 2002

Cancer Screening inthe Bronx vs. NYC, 2002

Healthy People 2010 Goal: 90%


Hiv aids cases in the bronx 2003

HIV & AIDS Cases in the Bronx, 2003

Figures as of 9/30/2003


Rates of people living w hiv aids in the bronx vs nyc vs us 2001

Rates of People Living w/HIV & AIDS in the Bronx vs. NYC vs. US, 2001

Figures as of 12/31/01


Rates of new hiv diagnoses in the bronx vs nyc vs us 2001

Rates of New HIV Diagnoses in The Bronx vs. NYC vs. US, 2001

Figures as of 12/31/01


Obesity prevalence in nyc 2002 by uhf district

Obesity Prevalence in NYC2002, by UHF District


Percent of overweight nyc residents bmi 25 by borough 2003

Percent of Overweight NYC Residents (BMI > 25), by Borough, 2003


Percent of obese nyc residents bmi 30 by borough 2003

Percent of Obese NYC Residents (BMI > 30), by Borough, 2003


Percent of overweight bronx residents bmi 25 by uhf district 2003

Percent of Overweight Bronx Residents (BMI > 25), by UHF District, 2003


Percent of obese bronx residents bmi 30 by uhf district 2003

Percent of Obese Bronx Residents (BMI > 30), by UHF District, 2003


Prevalence of diagnosed diabetes in nyc 2002 by uhf district

Prevalence of Diagnosed Diabetes in NYC2002, by UHF District


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Percent of NYC Residents with Diagnosed Diabetes, by Borough, 2003


Percent of bronx residents w diagnosed diabetes by uhf district 2003

Percent of Bronx Residents w/ Diagnosed Diabetes, by UHF District, 2003


In class article review

http://www.einstein.yu.edu/video/?startChapter=165&SCID=20&searchMultimedia=searchMultimedia&q=bronx#top


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Percent of All Bronx Adults Who Report One or More Binge Drinking Episodes, 2003>5 Drinks per Month (by UHF District)


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Hospital AdmissionsRelated to Mental DisordersAge adjusted rates per 10,000 population, excluding alcohol-related, by UHF Neighborhood, 2000


Teen pregnancy in nyc 2000 by uhf neighborhood

Teen Pregnancy in NYC, 2000(by UHF Neighborhood)


Nyc teen pregnancy rates 1996 2000 by year borough of residence

NYC Teen Pregnancy Rates1996-2000, by Year & Borough of Residence


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Too Few People areGetting Flu Shots, 2003Influenza Immunizations in Past 12 Months*only people aged 50 and over

Healthy People 2010 Goal: 90%


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Flu and Pneumonia Vaccinationsby Bronx Neighborhood, 2003*only people aged 50 and over


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Gender and Racial Disparities in Vaccinations, Bronx, 2003Influenza Immunizations in Past 12 Months*only people aged 50 and over

Healthy People 2010 Goal: 90%


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Gender and Racial Disparitiesin Vaccinations, Bronx, 2003 Pneumococcus Immunizations in Lifetime*only people aged 50 and over

Healthy People 2010 Goal: 90%


Trends in nyc asthma hospitalizations rates per 1 000 persons 1990 2000 all ages

Trends in NYC Asthma HospitalizationsRates per 1,000 persons, 1990-2000, All Ages


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Asthma Hospitalizations in The BronxHospitalization rate of children under age 15,per 1,000 population, by UHF neighborhood, 2002


Asthma hospitalization rates in children aged 0 14 in nyc us and south bronx 2002

Asthma Hospitalization Rates in Children Aged 0-14 in NYC, US, and South Bronx (2002)

(excluding NYC)


Hospitalization rates for children in south bronx ages 0 14 have gone down over the past 5 years

Hospitalization rates for children in South Bronx (ages 0-14) have gone down over the past 5 years

27.2% decrease

45.7% decrease

60.1% decrease

36.2% decrease


In class article review

http://www.einstein.yu.edu/video/?startChapter=163&SCID=20&searchMultimedia=searchMultimedia&q=bronx#top


Weekend agenda

Weekend Agenda

Saturday, August 9, 11am to 12:30pm

Bronx native Sam Goodman, an urban planner in the Office of the Bronx Borough President, will lead a tour of the Grand Concourse, the borough's major thoroughfare on which the Bronx Museum is located. While visiting key sites, Goodman will provide a brief history of the Grand Concourse and discuss the health issues that have impacted its neighborhoods and communities.

Free admissionLocation: Meet at 11am in the North Wing Lobby of the Bronx Museum

No RSVP required

1040 Grand Concourse

Bronx, New York 10456

T: 718-681-6000

Sunday August 10,2014

Webinar at 10 am. Information to be sent via email

Reminders!

Don’t forget to answer questions on discussion board

Next week

Article review #

Weekend reflection paper


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