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Health Education Programs Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Theoretical knowledge can be brought into a more practical perspective by which of the following examples (choose the best answer)?

Question 2 2. The modern roots of health education go back to around the time of:

Question 3 3. A good health education curriculum:

Question 4 4. __is a type of education designed for individuals or the public at large to gain the knowledge, skills, value, and attitudes necessary to promote, maintain, improve, and restore their, or another person's, health.

Question 5 5. The roots of health education began with:

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Question 6 6.

Why is it important a health care professional graduates from an approved school?

I. To ensure the highest quality of medical care

II. It's not, it's all irrelevant bureaucracy

III. So that as much money can be spent on tuition as possible

Question 7 7.

Why is credentialing for health care professionals important?

I. Establish credibility with the public

II. Ensure appropriate standards of medical care

III. To accommodate for charlatans and impostors within the medical community

Question 8 8. An effective health education curriculum does what?

Question 9 9. Students should be given ample opportunity to practice health-related concepts and situations in which type of setting prior to being confronted by them in real life?

Question 10 10. Which of the following fields are incorporated into health education?

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Question 11 11. Personalization and discussion of information is important in health education curriculums. This can be best accomplished by what?

Question 12 12. Which of the following is not checked during a credentialing process?

Question 13 13.

Why is continuing education important?

I. This ensures a practitioner is up to date on the latest advances and thus provides the highest quality of care to their patients

II. It's not important

III. This ensures that a health care professional is able to converse with their colleagues on the same level about the latest in patient care

Question 14 14. Which of these is NOT an example of appropriate health education:

Question 15 15. ___ is a rigorous, thorough, and systematic approach to collecting and verifying a health care professional's qualifications:

Health Education Programs Chapter Exam Instructions

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