Health education credentialing: The next step
Tags: HEALTH education
- Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES). // American Journal of Health Studies;1997, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p109
Focuses on the Continuing Education Contact Hour Category I Self-Study Options on health education. Course description; Cost of material; Contact information.
- Developing your personal health care plan. // Black Enterprise;Oct88, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p53
No abstract available.
- The risky business of being a teen. // Current Health 2;Sep89, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p4
Presents a self-appraisal quiz, the Teen Health Risk Appraisal, 1989, covering issues of safety, nutrition, daily health/habits, alcohol, tobacco and drugs. Scoring key given; Risk analysis key given.
- Just ask us. // Current Health 1;Dec91, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p30
Answers readers' health questions. Seizures and epilepsy; Number of bones in a baby's body; How sunlight causes skin cancer; Head lice; The Heimlich maneuver ; Saturated fat and cholesterol; The cause of chicken pox; Why people need to sleep.
- THE WELLNESS LIFESTYLE ISN'T IT TIME TO RE-SHAPE PHYS.ED. Lynch, James J. // Education;Fall91, Vol. 112 Issue 1, p77
Traces the origin of physical education since 327 B.C. to the present, noting that few changes have occurred in the curriculum. It presents an argument for curricular revision and offers suggestions on content and programs that can bring physical education forward into the 21st century.
- Steps to taking more effective control...health-wise and otherwise: A brief note. Parish, T.S. // Education;Spring92, Vol. 112 Issue 3, p373
Proposes a model which points out the steps that must be taken in order to take more effective control of our lives. Acquire awareness of the problems; Awareness of the possible solutions; Overcome the various problems.
- Pedagogical beliefs about elementary health education: An exploratory study of preservice teachers. Carter, J.A.; Lee, A.M. // Education;Spring92, Vol. 112 Issue 3, p375
Presents a study representing an initial exploration of preservice classroom teacher values and beliefs about health and health instruction. Use of the adapted Rokeach Value Survey; Methods; Results; Discussion; Implications.
- The health-diet link: Charting a rising awareness. Blumenthal, D. // FDA Consumer;Oct89, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p22
Reports on health and diet surveys recently conducted by the US Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition that measure effectiveness of public health promotion campaigns aimed at educating consumer's about possible links between diet and disease; Increase...
- A call for access. Fins, J.J. // Hastings Center Report;Sep/Oct91, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p2
States that fee for service has taken on a new meaning in New York and New Jersey since the beginning of Doctors by Phone. Medical advice via a 900 number; Disclaimers; Medical Information Line, marketed by Strategic Systems, Inc. of Waltham, Mass.; Dangers; More.
- A touch of class. // Las Vegas Business Press;07/27/98, Vol. 15 Issue 30, Health Scene p12
Discusses five reasons for taking health education classes in hospitals. Characteristics of health education in hospitals; Services and expertise offered.