A family where one or both parents may identify as LGBTQ+
A parent raising a child/ren alone
Multiple members of the same family living in the same home and possibly co-raising the child/ren
Parents who care for children in the short term
A child is part of a permanent family unit
A combination of two separate families
This type of parenting leaves little room for negotiation or compromise
Few rules and a relaxed approach to behaviour
Sets clear, consistent rules and boundaries.
Parenting that is highly reactive to the parents own upbringing.
Lack of responsiveness
Parents are heavily involved in every aspect of their child/ren lives
The importance of establishing and maintaining relationships
The ability to recognise and appreciate the rights, beliefs and differences of other people
A practice which ensures every child belongs
Give a child attention when they behave well
The way in which a child responds to a particular situation
A new stage in a changing situation
State of being genuinely involved and interested in something
Lack of opportunity to get involved, an unmet need.
Passing from one place to another
Successful in producing an intended result
An arrangement where parties agree to cooperate to advance their mutual interest
Many accidents and injuries occur each year due to lack of safety ___________
Alway observe your _________________
One of the nine types of energy. It can be shocking.
When working on any task its important to have the right what?
Who is responsible for safety?
When we struggle staying focused at work, it can lead to mistakes and _____________.
What chemical was introduced to sanitize with?
What kind of shoes must be worn in all operating areas?
Wear your facial covering ________________.
Please _______________ social distancing
When a disease is always present no matter how small in a community we refer to it as an _____.
If there are usually only 20 cases per year of Measles but in 2021, there were 50 cases of Measles, What is this called?
COVID-19 which affects countries throughout the world is considered a _____.
What is the cause of a disease or health condition?
What is the organism that becomes infected by a disease called?
Where does an agent exist?
what is in the middle of the epidemiological triangle?
The capacity of an agent to enter a host and cause infection: a disease that easily spreads from one host to another has high _____.
When symptoms are very noticeable, the disease has high ____.
The capacity of an agent to produce poison is called ____.
When an agent can survive in many adverse environments, they have high ____.
A type of direct transmission whenever anyone coughs, sneezes, or talks.
A type of indirect transmission spread by food, water, or inanimate objects.
This type of prevention is implemented before there is evidence of disease or injury.
This type of prevention is implemented after a disease or injury is established, the goal is to reduce morbidity or mortality.
What type of prevention is a community-level weight loss program?
When you have been exposed to a contagious pathogen like COVID-19 but not showing any symptoms yet you have to go into ____.
When you have been exposed to a contagious pathogen like COVID-19 and are showing symptoms you have to go into ____.
True positive / (True positive + False negative)
True negative / (False positive + True negative)
Systematic error often introduced by a researcher; two types are information and selection.
The number of existing and new cases of a disease/ health-related condition is the ____.
The number of new cases of a disease/ health-related condition is the ____.
Diseases like cardiovascular disease, cancer, or diabetes are ____ diseases.
The incidence among exposed divided by the incidence of unexposed.
Which ratio is used in case-control studies to test the hypothesis?
The leading cause of death with risk factors including hypertension, obesity, and physical inactivity.
The second leading cause of death in the US which has stages 0-IV.
This is a cross-sectional study that uses data that describes groups of individuals.
This study includes individuals used as cases and as controls to test a hypothesis.
A shortcoming of this study is that they are not well-suited for studying very rare diseases and are also time-consuming and expensive. These studies can be performed in the past or future.
The goal of this study is to monitor a population to gather the information that can be used to prevent health threats. There are two kinds: passive and active.
The first point when an individual is exposed to or infected by a disease; point of ____.
When you are fully recovered from the disease or infection you just experience is the ____ period.
The point of the first symptom of a disease or infection is the ____ point.
liquid that is used to put out fire
small bit of flame that starts a fire
person who put out fires
the visible part of fire
possibility of suffering harm or injury
debris cleared from land to prevent fire from spreading
remains of something destroyed by fire
a small piece of burning or glowing coal or wood in a dying fire
used to fight fire from the air
powder dropped from helicopter to stop fire
controlled fires set to eliminate the fuel in the path of a wildfire
flexible tubing that carries water
Boss in charge of everything
Who is the spokesperson for the event?
Focus is the safety of the children and keeping them occupied.
Help anyone injured or in need of assistance
Bringing kids and parents back together
Has all the supplies to help keep us safe for the time being.
If we have to lock our doors and prevent people from entering or leaving.
In case of fire you would do what with the children?
We practice these monthly to be prepared
People most responsible for the safety of the children at the club
Who did Germany invade during The Blitz?
Where did people hide to get away from the bombings?
What sound would worn people a bombing raid was about to start?
What was it called when every one had to turn off the lights and put newspaper and tape on their windows?
What was the names of the balloons that were used to make the German aircrafts fly higher?
How many nights was London bombed for?
Who organised the attacks on Britain?
What was the name of the German Air Force ?
What was the name of the V-1 flying bomb?
What was it called when children had to move away during the war to stay safe?
What is the name of the British Air Force ?