Health Education

HealthPopuli.com – Health Article

Two separate and new OECD reports, updating health and the global economic outlook, raise two issues that are inter-related: that gains in longevity are stalling, with chronic illnesses and mental ill health affecting more people; and, as wealth grows more concentrated among the wealthy, the economic outlook around most of the world is also slowing. First, we’ll mine the Health at a Glance 2019 annual report covering data on population health, health system performance, and medical spending across OECD countries.…

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Your input on code of ethics is needed – Society for Public Health Education – Health Education Article

<!– –> Washington, D.C. – November 6, 2019 – The Health Education Code of Ethics has been updated by the Coalition of National Health Education Organizations (CNHEO), of which SOPHE is a member. The code of ethics outlines your responsibility as a practitioner, faculty member or researcher to the public, employers, and the health education profession. Take time to review the revised draft and provide your input – even to indicate your agreement with the proposed changes – no…

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Preparing for the CHES Exam – Society for Public Health Education – Health Education Article

A student perspective The Code of Ethics of the health education profession and the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing outlines responsibilities that health education specialists have to the public, employers, and the profession. As a PhD student in health education, with a M.S. in health education and behavior and a CHES®, I feel a sense of responsibility to promote the profession and work with future health education specialists during their journey of becoming CHES® certified and working in the…

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