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Health Instruction: Theory and Application for Community School, Health Care and Workplace Settings John T. Fodor

Health Instruction: Theory and Application for Community School, Health Care and Workplace Settings

John T. Fodor

Published June 1st 2002
ISBN : 9780787293109
Paperback
265 pages
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This work presents a rationale that can serve as a basis for making decisions about planning and implementing health instruction. The rationale comprises eight questions and provides guidance for health instruction curriculum planning that can beMoreThis work presents a rationale that can serve as a basis for making decisions about planning and implementing health instruction. The rationale comprises eight questions and provides guidance for health instruction curriculum planning that can be applied in a variety of settings, including the community, health care facilities, schools, and the workplace, with student populations including patients in a hospital, students in public or private schools, individuals enrolled in MPH or Health Education Specialist programs at a university, and senior citizens in a community center. Fodor is professor emeritus of health science at California State University. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR