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What are the 3 points on the 'Risk Triangle'?
Activity + Person + Environment
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What is the definition of alcohol?
A depressant drug that slows down the action of the central nervous system.
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What does BAC stand for?
Blood Alcohol Content
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What are 3 short-term effect of alcohol?
Slower reflexes + Poor coordination + Slurred speech
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What are 3 long-term effects of alcohol?
Liver damage + Alcoholism + Brain damage
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What is a standard drink in the form of beer, spirits and wine?
Beer = 375ml mid-strength beer bottle Spirits = 30ml spirit nip Wine = 100ml small serve
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What is the definition of binge drinking?
Drinking heavily over a short period of time or drinking continuously over a number of days or weeks.
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What are 3 short-term effects of binge drinking?
Hangovers + Nausea + Confusion
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What are 3 long-term effects of binge drinking?
Brain damage + Liver damage + Depression
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What is drink spiking?
When alcohol or another substance is added to a person's drink without them knowing.
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What are 2 drugs commonly used in drink spiking?
Rohypnol + GHB
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What are 2 dangers of drink spiking?
Assault + Offenders use spiking to gain easy control of victims
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What are 2 ways to avoid drink spiking?
Watch your drink + Buy your own drinks
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What are 2 examples of Illicit Drugs?
Cannabis (Marijuana) + Ecstacy
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What are 3 short-term effects of illicit drugs?
Nausea + Sweating + Anxiety
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When calling an ambulance what are 3 things you should do?
If unconscious, lay the person on their side + Ensure surrounding area is free of further danger + Explain current condition of the person/s who need assistance as well as your location
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Drivers aged 17-25 in NSW make up what percentage of speeding fatalities?
33%
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A driver aged 17 in NSW is how many times more likely to be killed or injured on NSW roads than a driver over 26?
4 times more likely
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What are 4 factors that contribute to young people being over-represented in road fatalities?
Speeding + Alcohol/Drugs + No Seatbelt + Inexperience mixed with overconfidence
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What are the 3 causal factors in road and traffic related injuries (the 3 factors)?
Human Factors + Vehicle Factors + Environmental Factors
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What are 2 examples of human factors?
Speeding + Drink-Driving
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What are 2 examples of vehicle factors?
Gear problems + No grip on tires
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What are 2 examples of environmental factors?
Slippery roads + Narrow Roads
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What are 2 examples of depressants?
Alcohol + Cannabis
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What are 2 examples of stimulants?
Caffeine + Ecstasy
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What are 2 examples of hallucinogens?
LSD + GHB
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At Learner (L) or Provisional (P) level what must your BAC be under?
0.00
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Once a full licence is obtained, what must your BAC be under?
0.05
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What are 2 responsibilities of a driver?
To maintain a correct breaking distance from the car in front + Be aware of the road and weather conditions
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What is resilience?
The ability to bounce back during challenging times and to cope with change.
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What is the definition of mental health?
Striking a balance in the social, physical, spiritual, economic and mental aspects of life.
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What are the 5 components of health?
1. Social 2. Physical 3. Emotional 4. Mental 5. Spiritual
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What is a mental health?
A condition that changes a person's thinking, feelings or behaviour and causes the person distress and difficulty in functioning.
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How many Australians will experience a mental illness?
1 in 5
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What is the most common health problem for young Australians?
Depression
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How many people between the age of 16-25 will experience depression?
1 in 20 and girl are twice as likely
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What are 2 risk factors concerning mental illnesses?
Genetics + Life events
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What are the 7 types of mental illness?
Anxiety Disorders + Addiction Disorders + Mood Disorders + Eating Disorders + Personality Disorders + Psychotic Disorders + Body Image Disorder
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What are 3 treatments for mental illnesses?
Medication + Individual Therapy + Community Support Programs
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What is a stigma?
A mark of disgrace that sets a person apart. When a person is labelled by their illness and they are set apart from others.
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What are 3 support sources?
Phone Helplines + Websites + Counsellors
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What are 3 key questions to ask when accessing any media?
Who paid for the media? What group are they targeting? What story is being told?
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What is bigorexia?
A muscle dysmorphia and a fear of being too small and not masculine enough.
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How many helathy people believe they are fat as a fraction?
1 in 4
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What does emotional health refer to?
Our sense of wellbeing and our capacity to cope with life events.
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What are the 2 types of relational aggression?
Proactive + Reactive
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What is sexting?
The sending or receiving of messages containing sexual content.
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What is a cancer?
A disease that involves the growth and spread of abnormal cells (forming a tumour) in the body.
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What is one statistic concerning breast cancer?
2nd most common cancer related death in Australian women
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What is cervical cancer?
A disease where abnormal cells grow in the cervix and if untreated, spread to other parts of the body.
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What is Ovarian cancer?
A disease where some cells of the ovary undergo changes and develop into cancer.
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What is testicular cancer?
A disease where cells divide abnormally and a tumour forms in one of the testicles.
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What is prostate cancer?
A cancer that develops in the prostate (a glad in the male reproductive system).
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