The Code of Ethics for the Health Education Profession: A Case Study Book
The first and only book published in response To The new unified code developed by the National Coalition of Health Education Organizations, The Code of Ethics For The Health Education Profession: A Case Study Book provides a unique tool for all health educators, regardless of professional organization or practice setting. For each Code of Ethics statement, a case study is presented with accompanying discussion of the issues related to that statement. As the study of ethics is becoming more and more prominent in health education programs, this book will be an invaluable resource for professionals, instructors, and students alike.
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Setting the Scene
Responsibility to the Public
Responsibility to the Profession
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