Flashcards in Module Three Deck (28):
What is the physical activity for 0-4 month olds to meet?
Several times a day through tummy time, reaching for objects, floor play, and crawling
What is the physical activity for 1-4 year olds to meet?
180 minutes of any intensity a day
What is the physical activity for 5-17 year olds to meet?
At least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous intensity daily with vigorous activity 3 times a week and muscle and bone 3 days a week
What are the physical activity guidelines for 18-65 year olds to meet?
150 minutes of moderate to vigorous activity weekly with muscle and bone two days per week
What physical activity should adults over 65 meet?
150 minutes a week with balance enhancement
What does a MET stand for?
What is BMI
Ratio of weight to height to categorize people's weight status
What is BMI not considered useful to?
Babies, children, teenagers, pregnant women, and athletes
What are the classifications of BMI
What does your BMI need to be underweight, normal weight, over weight, and obese?
-Underweight: under 18.5
-Normal weight: 18.5-24.9
-Obesity: 30 or greater
On average, how much do Canadian children spend on screen time per day?
7 hours and 48 minutes
What is chronic disease?
Diseases of long duration and generally slow progression
Most overweight children become?
Overweight as adults
What are the three levels of intervention?
What is downstream intervention
Individual level for those who posses the risk factor or suffer from related diseases (focused on changing rather than preventing)
What intervention is based on the population level that target defined populations for the purpose of changing and preventing health damaging behaviours?
What intervention is a macro level that works to strengthen social norms and supports for health behaviours and redirect unhealthy societal counter forces?
What is the re-aim framework
What is messaging?
The process of getting the messages to the public
What are messages?
All of the information to be conveyed to the public
What are the strategies to enhance physical activity messages?
-Including certain messages
-Created relevance (tailoring and targeting)
-Choose appropriate message framing
-Creating accessible messages
What are negative media images
Ideal images put pressure on people to look a certain way, which expose media images associated with increased negative effects in the mind and body
What are positive media images?
Images that reject unattainable ideal body images and use images that are not associated with adverse effect
What are the three levels of medial literacy
-Cognitive behavioural therapy
What media literacy levels includes the resistance of internalization via psychoeducational interventions?
What media literacy level is involved with the change of thoughts from irrational and unrealistic to rational
Cognitive behavioural therapy
What is the societal level of media literacy
Where society rejects and challenges media conceptions of the "ideal" body images