Area of Responsibility I: Assess Individual and Community Needs for Health Education; specifically, being able to identify diverse factors that influence health behaviors; identify behaviors that tend to promote or compromise health; select valid sources of information about health needs and interests; and infer needs for health education from obtained data.
Area of Responsibility II: Plan Health Education Strategies, Interventions, and Programs; specifically, learning about how health educators set appropriate and measurable program goals and objectives; and involve people and organizations in program planning.
Responsibility VI: Serve as a Health Education Resource Person; specifically, the ability to access and use health-related information resources; and employ electronic technology for retrieving references.
Area of Responsibility III – Implementing Health Education Strategies, Interventions, and Programs; specifically, learning about how health educators initiate a plan of action; use community organization principles to facilitate change conducive to health; demonstrate a variety of skills in delivering strategies, interventions, and programs; apply implementation strategies; use a variety of methods to implement strategies, interventions, and programs; demonstrate skills needed to develop capacity for improving health status; and implement intervention strategies to facilitate health-related change.
Area of Responsibility V: Administer Health Education Strategies, Interventions, and Programs; specifically, learning about how health educators provide leadership; and promote cooperation and feedback among personnel related to the program.
Area of Responsibility VI: Serve as a Health Education Resource Person; specifically, being able to analyze the role of the health educator as a liaison between program staff and outside groups and organizations; learning about how health educators act as liaison among consumer groups, individuals and health care provider organizations; being able to access and use health?related info resources; and employ electronic technology for retrieving references.
Your supervisor assigned you to a CDC committee that is trying to promote community success stories. Your first assignment is to submit a "success story worksheet" about the required reading: Partnership for a Healthy Community: A Tobacco Prevention Program in Central Aroostook County.
Please complete the CDC Success Story Worksheet that is available in the Presentation section of this module.
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