Health Education: Creating Strategies for School and Community Health
Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Oct 25, 2010 - Education - 431 pages
The skills necessary to plan and deliver efficient health education programs are fundamentally the same, whether it's in a classroom, workplace, hospital, or community. Health Education: Creating Strategies for School & Community Health, Third Edition provides the tools to make appropriate programming decisions based on the needs of the clients and the educational settings. It encourages the systematic development of sound, effective, and appropriate presentation methods and demonstrates the evolving state of health education. The philosophy presented in this text is based on the premise that the core of health education is the process of health education. It is a must-have resource for health education methods courses. Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.
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Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Planning for Instruction
Chapter 4 Methods of InstructionIntervention
Chapter 5 Presentation and Unit Plan Development
Chapter 6 Personal Computers and the Internet
Literacy Selection Marketing Development and Equipment
Chapter 8 Minority Health
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