Category: W1 Reflection

Ethnomedical

I chose to write about the Ethnomedical approach because I think it will be the most relevent for me in my life. Being an Occupational Therapist, my job will be to “fix” people. In order to help this people, I…

Biological Approach

I choose the biological approach because with being a human biology major and planning on pursuing the PA field of work, I have been exposed and will be even more exposed to biological predispositions that have evolved and have the…

Biological

      When studying issues dealing with health concerns, I believe the Biological or Physical approach would be the most useful. I chose this approach because it looks at an individual and how it relates to a disease or…

Biological

As a human biologist the most obvious approach that I find most useful is the biological approach. Not only has the majority of my study and practice been in the direction of this approach, but my daily life helps me…

Biological Approach

I chose the biological approach. I chose this approach mainly because of my firm belief in natural selection and my background in biology. I believe the biologically each person is different in their bodies reaction to disease and illness. For…

Biological

The biological approach to health is the most fundamental approach out of the six choices. The biological approach to studying health deals with things such as environment, genetics, and individual choice as listed in the presentation. We are complex biological…

Biological Approach

I consider that all approaches should be considered and mutually dependent. All approaches are important in the sense that they are necessary in totality. But I think one of the most approaches is the biological approach, which also seems to…

Experiential Approach

I think the Experiential Approach is a very important way to study Medical Anthropology. Without it, many pieces to the medical mystery puzzle cannot be solved. This is especially true in Tribal cultures and societies such as we read with…