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1

Teaches people about behaviors and promote wellness?

Health educators

2

The state of well being with the absence of disease

Health

3

Five Key action strategies for health promotion

build health public policy
create physical and social environments supportive of change
strengthen community action
increased self efficacy
reorient health services

4

Five priorities for Health Promotion

promote social responsibility for health
increase investments for health development
expand partnerships for health promotion
increase community capacity and empower individual
secure an infrastructure for health promotion

5

What are the three core functions of public health

assessment
policy development
assurance

6

What are the 6 public health goals

prevent epidemics
protect against environmental hazards
prevent injury
promote healthy behavior
respond to disasters
assure the quality of health services

7

Becoming conscious about an action, idea, object, person or situation

awareness

8

Collection of facts related to an action, idea, object, person or situation

Information

9

Facts and insights

knowledge

10

Seven categories of psychomotor skills

perception
Set
guided response
mechanism
complex overt response
adaption
origination

11

The ability to use sensory cues to guide motor activity

Perception

12

The readiness to act

Set

13

Early stages in learning a complex skill, which includes imitation trial and error

Guided response

14

Learned responses have become habitual and the movements can be performed with some confidence and proficiency

Mechanism

15

Performance without hesitation

Complex overt response

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Skills are well developed and the individual can modify movement patterns to fit special requirements

Adaptation

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The person creates new movement patterns to fit a particular situation

Origination

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Competence in understanding and using printed language, spoken language, numerals, and basic mathematical symbols or terms, which is involved in a wide range of cognitive, behavioral and social skills

Fundamental literacy/numeracy

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Understanding the basic scientific and technological concepts, technological complexity, and the phenomenon of scientific uncertainty

Literacy pertaining to science and technology

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Understanding about sources of information, agendas, and methods of interpreting those agendas, It enables people to engage in dialogue and decision making, Includes media interpretation skills and understanding civic functions

Community/Civic Literacy

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Understanding collective beliefs, customs and social identity relationships to interpret and produce health info

Cultural literacy

22

Persuading community members to attend or participate in any activity planned by the health educator

Community mobilization

23

A process through which people gain greater control over decisions and action affecting their health

Community empowerment

24

What is the primary interest of health promotion

Predicting or explaining changes in behaviors or environments

25

How do theories derived from behavioral or social science help the practice of health ed?

Helps develop program objectives that are measurable
Help identify method to use in health ed or promotion
Helps decide timing of intervention
Helps choose right mix of strategies
Aids communication between professionals
Helps in replication of program
Helps design more efficient and productive programs

26

What are the goals of Health Promo

increase peoples awareness and actions
Community interventions
Endorses mandatory change
Enables peoples toward positive change
Social science approach

27

What are the pillars of Health ed

facilitating voluntary change
giving information
supporting people's health behaviors
behavioral science approach

28

What do intentional activities do?

Promote health
Protect Health
Maintain health

29

How do we impact health behavior?

Theory, research, practice

30

What is the practice of Health Ed/Promotion

Assisting Needs
Setting Goals and Objectives
Developing an Intervention
Implementing Intervention
Evaluating Results