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Integrating research in health professions education: a scoping review Full Text

Health Education

The explicit recognition of the dual function of education is critical to developing education policies that would avoid unintended consequence of increasing inequalities. And third, the review above indicates substantial variation in the education-health association across different historical and social contexts. Education and health are inextricably embedded in these contexts and analyses should therefore include them as fundamental influences on the education-health association.

  • It is important that when promoting oral health, that evidence-based information is given.
  • Procedural or methodological dimension Consist of strategies or methods which motivates students to learn.
  • The Desa Maju Prudential program has been one of Prudential Indonesia’s flagship programs in the past four years for supporting the health and welfare outcomes of the people in Mauk and Gunung Putri.
  • The UN’s guidance on sexuality education aims to help countries, practitioners and families provide accurate, up-to-date information related to young people’s sexuality, which is appropriate to their stage of development.
  • When I think about community benefit, I think about what are we doing that is truly benefiting society?

A set of intended learning outcomes or objectives that directly relate to students’ acquisition of health-related knowledge, attitudes, and skills. Although Polish schools curricula include health education, it is not a separate subject but concluded in other subjects such as nature, biology, and physical education. Some measurements have been taken to address this issue by non-government organizations.

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By promoting disease prevention, empowering individuals to make informed decisions, and encouraging healthy behaviors, health education significantly improves individual and community well-being. It addresses physical and mental health, reduces healthcare costs, and fosters a healthier and more sustainable future. First, nearly universally, the education-health literature conceptualizes and operationalizes education in terms of attainment, as years of schooling or completed credentials. Second, most studies have implicitly or explicitly treated educational attainment as an exogenous starting point, a driver of opportunities in adulthood. However, education also functions to reproduce inequality across generations.

Health Education