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AoR II (2.3)

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A health educator should use ________ strategies and interventions to achieve stated objectives. theory-based
A variety of ___________ can be used to meet the objectives of a program. strategies
The most appropriate interventions should be based on _________, ________, and _________. theory, available resources, and reasonable fit.
The six strategies include: 1. Educational strategies 2. Health engineering strategies 3. Community mobilization strategies 4. Health communication strategies 5. health policy and enforcement 6. Health-related community service
The code of ethics helps to... ensure that the integrity and ethics of the profession are upheld as difficult ethical challenges emerge.
Cultural competence is... the ability of an individual to understand and respect values, attitudes, beliefs and (morals) that differ across cultures, and to consider and respond appropriately to these differences in planning, implementing, and evaluating health education.
______ _______ can help ensure that messages and images are clear and consistent, culturally relevant, and motivational. Pilot testing
Why is data and information gathered from a pilot test helpful? It can refine a program to increase likelihood of success.
Educational strategies are: activities usually associated with classroom-based courses, workshops, or seminars.
Health engineering strategies are: changes in the social or physical environment in which people live or work.
Community mobilization strategies: directly involve participants in the change process. Including coalition building and lobbying.
Health communication strategies: use all types of communication channels to change behavior.
Examples of health communication strategies are: print media, radio, television, billboards, newsletters, flyers, direct mail, and email.
Health Policy and enforcement strategies: mandate actions through laws, regulations, policies, or rules.
Health related community service strategies include: tests or treatments to improve the health of the priority population. (blood pressure screenings, HRA's)
Created by: UVUChes