Jacaranda Outcomes 1 Personal Development, Health and Physical Education Preliminary Course 5E eBookPLUS & Print Image

Jacaranda Outcomes 1 Personal Development, Health and Physical Education Preliminary Course 5E eBookPLUS & Print

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Jacaranda Outcomes 1 PDHPE Preliminary Course 5e Print & eBookPLUS

This print and digital title provides rigorous adherence to the PDHPE Stage 6 Syllabus. Written by an experienced author team led by Ron Ruskin, the latest edition includes information on current trends and health promotion campaigns, alongside up-to-date data and statistics. A new refreshed design makes the content easy to follow and engaging, with updated figures and artwork.

 

The new edition of Jacaranda Outcomes 1 PDHPE Preliminary Course includes these key updates:
• Brand-new case studies and examples of health promotion campaigns, as well as fitness trends and technology and the effect of social m edia on mental health

• The most up-to-date data and statistics on fitness and risk factors for health

• Updates to test ratings and norms, including the Yo-Yo test

• Improved content on velocity and acceleration

• The issues and priorities in Australia’s health section (Core 1) has been completely updated, including new tables, graphs and figures

• Updates to the DRSABCD protocols and the legal implications of first aid

 

An access code for the eBookPLUS comes free on the inside cover of your printed text, so you can make the most of both the print and digital formats.


How to use this book xiii

About eBookPLUS xiv

Acknowledgements xv

Preliminary Core 1 Better Health for Individuals 1

1 What does health mean to individuals? 3

1.1 Meanings of health 4

1.2 Perceptions of health 11

1.3 Health behaviours of young people 25

1.4 Topic review 53

2 What influences the health of individuals? 57

2.1 The determinants of health 58

2.2 The degree of control individuals can exert over their health 87

2.3 Health as a social construct 99

2.4 Topic review 103

3 What strategies help to promote the health of individuals? 106

3.1 What is health promotion? 107

3.2 Responsibility for health promotion 109

3.3 Health promotion approaches and strategies 121

3.4 The Ottawa Charter as an effective health promotion framework 130

3.5 Principles of social justice 139

3.6 Topic review 143

Preliminary Core 2 The Body in Motion 147

4 Body systems and movement 149

4.1 Skeletal system 150

4.2 Muscular system 161

4.3 Respiratory system 168

4.4 Circulatory system 174

4.5 Topic review 186

5 Physical fitness, training and movement efficiency 190

5.1 Health-related components of physical fitness 191

5.2 Skill-related components of physical fitness 205

5.3 Aerobic and anaerobic training 218

5.4 Immediate physiological responses to training 224

5.5 Topic review 231

6 The biomechanics of human movement 235

6.1 Introduction to biomechanics 236

6.2 Motion 236

6.3 Balance and stability 243

6.4 Fluid mechanics 249

6.5 Force 260

6.6 Topic review 268

Options 273

7 First aid 275

7.1 Setting priorities for managing a first aid situation and assessing the casualty 276

7.2 Crisis management 286

7.3 Management of injuries 289

7.4 Management of medical conditions 293

7.5 Physical environment 297

7.6 Infection control and protection 299

7.7 Legal and moral dilemmas 300

7.8 Support following first aid situations 303

7.9 Topic review 303

9 Fitness choices 306

9.1 Meanings of exercise 307

9.2 The value that people place on exercise and fitness 314

9.3 Individual fitness activities 322

9.4 Group fitness activities 330

9.5 Settings for exercise 337

9.6 Advertising and promotion 342

9.7 Motivators and barriers to participation 345

9.8 Topic review 347

10 Outdoor recreation 349

10.1 Reasons for participation in outdoor recreation 350

10.2 Planning skills 354

10.3 Camp site selection 365

10.4 Conservation skills 367

10.5 Navigational skills 372

10.6 Emergency management skills 379

10.7 Leadership styles 386

10.8 Understanding group dynamics 387

10.9 Facilitation skills 389

10.10 Understanding strengths and weakness 391

10.11 Topic review 392

Appendix 1 Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion 396

Appendix 2 Syllabus Key Words 400

Glossary 402

Index 409