Anthro 101 February 23, 2009 Applied anthropology The study of people and culture Forensic Anthropology Culture collisions ? rapid global changes and conflict Socio-culture: formulate government policy cultural communication Linguistic: save language and culture Interpret conversation and text of culture Medical: links disease study and physiology in cultures try to understand the cultural ways to deal with disease Business/Corporate: work/solve cultural problems in business international level relations Industrial Design: providing user safe machines Visual: film/photography/art analysis SPEAKER: Rebecca Etz Comparative research ? helping groups understand each other Evaluation projects ? visited/ secondhand research Applied ? registries/ lists to keep track of the symptoms Fieldwork : hospital evaluations need to find meaningful way to gather data so it can be improved in the field double mediation Qualitative vs. Quantitative Data Efficacy (efficacious study = high internal validity) vs. Effectiveness (looking at something in the real world ? uncontrollable setting) Bench to Bedside: translations of what we know to what we apply 17 years to get 14% of what we learn into practice Dissemination ? works in one to all sites RE ?AIM ? linking between primary care and community resources Western medical care - is based on autopsies not living people. They don?t diagnose.
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