3 edition of Peer Health Education found in the catalog.
Peer Health Education
Jackie L. Katounas
by Amer Alliance for Health Physical
Written in English
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Peer-led education is a combination of several health education and public health models whereby peers themselves are trained* to educate their peers. The goals of peer education are to reinforce, inspire or change behaviors through workshops, advocacy projects, discussion, interactive activities, role-playing, and more. The Preconception Peer Educators (PPE) Program was developed to raise awareness among college students about the disproportionately high infant mortality rates among racial and ethnic minorities. The PPE Program is based on the concept of peer education as a teaching tool to educate fellow college students about healthy behaviors and the social.
Sponsored by the Pennsylvania State College of Education, this peer reviewed journal publishes articles "that present research, theoretical statements, philosophical arguments, critical syntheses of a field of educational inquiry, and integrations of educational scholarship, policy, and practice." Also, book reviews. This paper describes a distinctive one-month certification programme in Mental Health Education. This was designed, conceptualised and executed at the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS), a multidisciplinary tertiary care hospital and training institute for mental health and neurosciences in India.
Peer education has also showed its effect on enhancing health information in other social and age groups. Lessons about physical changes during puberty would be learned well through these communications and peer education has been able to attract them to learn these concepts and had a positive effect on their approach. Patient Education and Counseling is an interdisciplinary, international journal for patient education and health promotion researchers, managers and clinicians. The journal seeks to explore and elucidate the educational, counseling and communication models in health aim is to provide a forum for fundamental as well as applied research, and to promote the study of organizational issues.
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1 Used from $ Peer Health Education: Concepts and Content seeks to provide peer education advisors, those looking to start peer education programs, and peer educators themselves with the resources needed to ensure they develop the requisite knowledge and skills to be effective as peer Peer Health Education book.
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The Peer Health Education program is part of Wellness & Health Promotion within the Student Health Center. Peer Health Educators (PHEs) are students who teach their peers about health through presentations, discussions, panels, workshops, health fairs, and health awareness weeks.
PHEs offer health education and outreach programs specific. The Peer Health Educators (PHEs), funded thru the Student Health Center. The PHEs are student staff members that are trained in peer-to-peer health education, including knowledge in sexual health, alcohol and other drugs, mental health & wellness, and physical wellness (body image, colds & flu, & health relationship to food).
Peer education (PE) Peer education is known as sharing of information and experiences among individuals with something in common (16, 17).It aims to assist young people in developing the knowledge, attitudes, and skills that are necessary for positive behavior modification through the establishment of accessible and inexpensive preventive and psychosocial by: About this journal.
Health Education Journal is a peer reviewed journal publishing high quality papers on health education as it relates to individuals, populations, groups and communities vulnerable to and at risk of health issues and problems.
An educational perspective is adopted with a focus on activities, interventions and programmes that work well in the contexts in which they are.
Peer Education supports UNH’s academic mission by providing students with opportunities to design and implement health promotion activities – for peers by peers – on campus. Peer education helps students make lifestyle choices that support academic success and enhance personal wellness.
CPE is a comprehensive, hour foundation training suitable for any collegiate peer education group. This training is broken up into 8 distinct modules.
The course can be taught during a training over a long weekend, or throughout a semester as part of a course. Peer Health Exchange's mission is to empower young people with the knowledge, skills, and resources to make healthy decisions.
We do this by training college students to teach a skills-based health curriculum in under-resourced high schools across the country.
NAMI Peer-to-Peer is a free, eight-session educational program for adults with mental health conditions who are looking to better understand themselves and their recovery.
Taught by trained leaders with lived experience, this program includes activities, discussions and informative videos. However. Health Education & Behavior (HE&B) is a peer-reviewed bi-monthly journal that provides empirical research, case studies, program evaluations, literature reviews, and discussions of theories of health behavior and health status, and strategies to improve social and behavioral health.
Home / Health Promotion & Well-being / Peer Education / Peer Health Educators. Peer Health Educators. About Us. The Peer Health Educators (PHEs) are a diverse group of 45 UVA students trained to educate their classmates about college health and wellness issues in a positive, interactive, fun, and nonjudgmental manner.
• peer health education program, where youth are trained to become facilitators and communicators - giving information to younger kids; Giga-fren. Halifax-based Nova Scotia-Gambia Association with a $, CIDA contribution, will work to extend the association's successful peer health education program in The Gambia to Sierra Leone.
Peer education is an approach to health promotion, in which community members are supported to promote health-enhancing change among their education is the teaching or sharing of health information, values and behavior in educating others.
This textbook includes very similar topics to most of the college level health education books that are available today. While the book includes many of the main points related to each topic, it does not go into too much depth. However, this limitation can be solved by supplementing the book with scholarly articles.
Based on the number of. The Peer Health Exchange curriculum is designed to give teenagers the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy decisions.
Through our skills-based curriculum we aim to reduce unplanned pregnancy and substance abuse and increase help-seeking behavior. The curriculum aligns with national health and education standards.
Health Education Research publishes original, peer-reviewed studies that deal with all the vital issues involved in health education and promotion worldwide—providing a valuable link between the health education research and practice communities.
reproductive health and HIV/AIDS. Peer education programmes are community-based. Peer education programmes tend to be quite ﬂexible, rooted in the realities of individual communities, and they can be used in a variety of settings and in combination with other activities and programmes.
History of Peer Health Education Peter Finn (,13) has noted that peer education takes place “constantly among youngsters and adults, re- gardless of instructional eff orts to promote the use of more ‘reliable’ sources of information and advice.”.
To view the job description for Peer Health Education student employee positions for academic yearwith Spring Training, click here. To apply for a Peer Health Educator position, please fill out the application using your UW email before February 14th, at PM PST.
Peer assessment in an Online Context: What Do Students Say?: /ch In this work, making use of Tinoca, Oliveira and Pereira () framework for assessment quality in digital contexts, we discuss the students' perspective. Advances in Health Sciences Education is a forum for scholarly and state-of-the art research into all aspects of health sciences education.
pandemic we are very aware that many researchers will have difficulty in meeting the timelines associated with our peer review process during normal times. Books A-Z Journals A-Z Video.
Other.Promotores(as) integrate information about health and the healthcare system into the community's culture, language, and value system, thus reducing many of the barriers to health services.
They provide peer education, support, and links to services. They also .