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Planning for safety
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What 3 areas does the Risk Taking Triangle include?
The activity (e.g musical or taking drugs), Person (e.g gender, personality, knowledge, health status) Environment (e.g who is involved? The time of day? Is it legal? Physical Setting?)
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What type of drug is alcohol?
A depressant - it slows down the action on the Central Nervous System (CNS)
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Long term effects of binge drinking include:
Brain and Liver damage, depression, financial problems, low self-esteem
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Short term effects of binge drinking include:
hangovers, headaches, nausea, shakiness, vomiting, confusion, memory loss
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4 Problems with illicit drugs:
1. mixing or contaminated, 2. Unknown purity or strength. 3. legal consequences. 4. unpredictable reactions
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Whats DRSABCD stand for
Danger, Response, Send for help dial 000, Airways, Breathing, Cpr, Defib
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Road Safety
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a significant statistic
a 17 year old driver is 4 times more likely to be killed or injured on nsw roads compared to a driver aged over 26
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Which gender is over represented in road crashes
males
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4 human fators of crashes
their speed, drugs, fatigue, occupant restraints
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2 vehicle factors of crashes
manufacture faults, personal modificators,
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2 environment factors of crashes
rural speed limits, construction faults in roads
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Response to road traumas list 3
give assistance, call ambulance, exchange details, witnesses, take vehicles off the road and DRSABCD
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Dealing with mental health
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4 Risk Factors of mental health:
1. Genetics, 2. Brain Chemistry, 3. Life events, 4. Personality
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list 3 types of mental illness
anxiety disorder, impulse control, mood disorder, eating disorder, personality disorder, psychotic disorder
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Define Anxiety disorder:
Problems in everyday life and heightened anxiety/ panic
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Define eating disorder:
involve extreme emotions, attitudes, and behaviours involving weight and food.
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Define personality disorder:
are characterised by extreme and inflexible personality traits that are distressing to the person and/or cause problems at work, school, or in social relationships.
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4 signs for mental health (social)
resentment isolation loneliness relationship problems
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4 signs for mental health (emotional)
moodiness short temper feeling overwhelmed unable to relax depression
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4 signs for mental health (mental)
tired bored negative anxious indecisive forgetful
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4 signs for mental health (physical)
headaches dizziness sweat dry mouth fatigue nailbiting diarrhoea rapid heartbeat
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Problem of stigma
Overcoming the stigma commonly associated with mental illness is too often one more challenge that people with mental illness must face. It is also another reason why some do not seek help for their mental health concerns.
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Define stigma:
a mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality, or person: the stigma of mental disorder | to be a non-reader carries a social stigma.
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Support for mental health includes:
Phone helplines, websites, local gp, school counsellors, community health services
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Teen talk
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Define Media Literacy.
Ability to access, analyse and evaluate communication in a variety of forms.
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By the age of 21 how many advertisements will people have watched
on average about 1000000
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Define Masculiniity
The social environment around you has an influence on who you are, how you dress, your interests, your attitudes and your behaviour.
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Define Metrosexuality
men who spend considerable amounts of time and money on their appearance and lifestyle.
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Define Sexualisation of females in the media
Young people, particularly girls, are increasingly sexualised by the popular media. This means the media makes them appear sexual in nature. The fashion industry and advertisers commonly use young girls to model as if they were older women.
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Define Emotional health
Emotional health refers to our sense of wellbeing and our capacity to cope with life events. It is the ability to acknowledge and respect our own emotions as well as those of others.
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Define Rational Aggression
Some relationships naturally end as circumstances, interests and opinions change and this is a very normal part of teenage life. However, sometimes a relationship is deliberately sabotaged with damaging consequences.
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The main problem with sport in the media is...
Media coverage of major sporting events can sometimes glorify aggressive behaviour. Examples of this include praising athletes who continue to play while injured and replaying footage of graphic injuries or fights
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Define Sexting
Sexting involves sending or receiving messages that contain sexual content.
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List the 5 cancers
Ovarian, Breast, Cervical, Testicular, Prostate
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What type of drug is alcohol?

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Long term effects of binge drinking include:

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Short term effects of binge drinking include:

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