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91) At some point in time, bachelor's degree level health education specialists should consider going on for a master's degree. 92) For a school health education specialist with no teaching experience, a master's degree is considered a major asset. 93) To maintain CHES certification, a health education specialist must obtain 150 continuing.
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81) Since entry-level health education specialists have not developed extensive research skills, the ability to read research, synthesize research results, and utilize research results to improve practice is an advanced level competency. 82) Developing mass media programs is one of the seven major responsibilities of a health education specialist. 83) Administering health.
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51) Internet Explorer is the name of a Web browser. 52) Secondary sources are often written by individuals who were eyewitnesses to an event. 53) An abstract is the part of a research article that is difficult to interpret. 54) The value of abstracts is that they allow the user to decide whether.
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21) The Competencies Update Project (CUP) was initiated to A) introduce the concept of health education certification to employers. B) introduce the concept of health education certification to health educators. C) improve the process for obtaining continuing education hours. D) reverify the initial competencies and sub-competencies of a health educator. 22) What was the name.
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61) The responsibilities of health education specialists have remained fairly consistent since the original role delineation project. 62) The most recent review of the responsibilities of health education specialists have demonstrated that the responsibilities have changed significantly since the original role delineation project. 63) The Galway Consensus Conference was a first effort.
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21) The obligation for health educators to provide service to all citizens is based upon which one of the following principles? A) Justice B) Honesty C) Beneficence D) Nonmaleficence 22) Which of the following was not one of the procedures identified by the authors that a profession can put into place to help ensure ethical.
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41) Web addresses are known as URLs. 42) The Internet is a network of computers linked together around the world. 43) Ovid Healthstar contains citations of the published literature in health services, technology, administration, health policy, health economics, and research. 44) In a research article, the methodology section describes the results of the.
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41) The W.K. Kellogg foundation is an example of a philanthropic organization. 42) The primary purpose of service and fraternal agencies is to enhance the health of the community. 43) The mission of a professional health organization is to assist government and quasi-governmental health agencies. 44) There exists only one professional organization for.
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31) Ethics is the study of morality. 32) Ethics, epistemology, and moral philosophy are the three major areas of philosophy. 33) A distinction can be made between ethics and morals. 34) There are three major areas of philosophy. 35) There is a relationship between ethical behavior and one's health. 36) Philosophers are in agreement as.
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1) To help determine whether it is right or wrong to end a person's life, one would apply which one of the following areas of philosophy? A) Ethics B) Physiology C) Metaphysics D) Epistemology 2) The study of knowledge is known as A) ethics. B) philodoxy. C) physiology. D) epistemology. 3) The study of the nature of reality is known.
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21) A major barrier that has prevented health education specialists from being used extensively in patient education is A) the inconsistent professional preparation of health educators. B) a lack of reimbursement for health education services from insurance companies. C) an unwillingness of doctors to utilize health educators. D) that most health educators do not.
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41) A public health oriented master's degree that would focus more on research would most likely be the A) M.P.H. B) M.S. C) M.Ed. D) M.S.P.H 42) How many continuing education contact hours are required each year, on average, to maintain certification as a health education specialist? A) 15 B) 25 C) 35 D) 45 43) Credentialing is the way.
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11) The primary mission of national voluntary health agencies is to raise money for A) professional development. B) advertising. C) marketing. D) research. 12) The four major missions of voluntary health agencies are A) teaching, service, scholarly work, and fund raising. B) raising money, service, teaching, and marketing. C) education, fund raising, advocacy, and service. D) education, fund-raising, advocacy,.
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61) Theories are used only to plan health education/promotion programs. 62) The most often used theory of implementation is the Theory of Planned Behavior. 63) The first four phases of the PRECEDE–PROCEED Model are assessment. 64) The last three phases of the PRECEDE-PROCEED Model are evaluation. 65) The main approach of the PRECEDE-PROCEED Model.
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51) Which of the following statements best describes the importance of the use of theory in planning health education/promotion programs? A) To assure the use of proper resources for each identified intervention B) To prevent the omission of factors that may be empirically significant C) To provide guidelines on how best to deliver.
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11) A person wanting to find health information from a journal that focuses on ethical and moral topics would look in A) Family and Community Health. B) The Hastings Center Report. C) American Journal of Health Education. D) The Journal of American College Health. 12) Because of the increasing availability of documents on the Internet,.
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41) Health education specialists must become participants in the political process to enhance the effectiveness of health education. 42) Advocacy efforts must occur at various levels in order for health education messages to have the greatest impact on the health of populations and individuals. 43) Health-related political activism is the responsibility of.
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11) Health education specialists can assist both patients and medical organizations by A) helping patients understand their options. B) providing services to individuals who do not have insurance. C) restructuring the health care system. D) increasing funding for prevention education. 12) All of the following are skills health education specialists need in the future EXCEPT A).
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21) Which of the following planning models identifies the market analysis as one of its phases? A) Comprehensive Health Education Model B) PRECEDE-PROCEED (Green & Kreuter) C) Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (NACCHO) D) Social Marketing Assessment Response Tool (Neiger) 22) ________ utilizes planning matrices in the writing of behavior change objectives. A) The.
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71) Health education specialists can assist both patients and medical organizations by restructuring the health care system. 72) An effective health education specialist needs primarily to be able to provide factual information. 73) Some of the skills an effective health education specialist will need in the future are expertise in technology, analysis,.
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11) The first official group that oversaw the Role Delineation Project and eventually a credentialing system for health educators was the A) American Association of Health Educators. B) National Task Force on the Preparation and Practice of Health Educators. C) National Commission for Health Education Credentialing D) Society of Public Health Educators. 12) The individual.
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51) Schools often adopt a "team" approach to health education where doctors, nurses, physical therapists, and other health specialists are all part of the team. 52) Poor credibility and low community profile are typical disadvantages for health education specialists working in health care settings. 53) An undergraduate student gaining experience in a.
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41) The ________ was designed to explain how communication aimed at changing attitudes are received and processed by people. A) PRECEDE-PROCEED model B) Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills Model C) Elaboration Likelihood Model of Persuasion D) Diffusion Model 42) The Elaboration Likelihood Model of Persuasion proposes three points. Which of the below is not one of the three.
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81) The Precaution Adoption Process Model is most applicable for use with behavior where the individual has incomplete volitional control. 82) The Health Action Process Approach is a stage theory that consists of two distinct phases. 83) The Transtheoretical Model and the Precaution Adoption Process Model are both considered to be continuum.
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71) All of the planning models include assessing the needs as one of the primary planning tasks. 72) Intrapersonal theories focus on factors related to individual experience and perceptions of their environments. 73) The Health Belief Model is considered an interpersonal theory. 74) The main concept of the Theory of Planned Behavior states.
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61) Experts expect the Affordable Care Act to have significant immediate impact. 62) Due to the aging of the United States population, there is an escalating demand for health education specialists in retirement communities. 63) Over the past thirty years the population growth rate of the United States has increased about 5.
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11) Which of the following are official governmental health agencies usually financed through public tax moneys. A) Public health agencies B) Private health departments C) Community agencies D) State professional associations 12) A disadvantage to working in voluntary health agencies is that A) there is very little variety in the job. B) volunteers may not demonstrate the.
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21) The focus of the journal Health Education Research: Theory and Practice is to A) be better than all the other journals. B) only publish articles where every experiment has been a success. C) publish articles concerning health promotion program planning, implementation, and evaluation. D) publish everything there is to know about health promotion.
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21) Which one of the following is not a philanthropic foundation? A) Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation B) Robert Wood Johnson Foundation C) Metropolitan Life Foundation D) W. K. Kellogg Foundation 22) Two organizations whose membership requires individuals to be employed in a specific professional position are A) Eta Sigma Gamma and the American Public Health.
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1) Which of the following is not considered as one of the three major categories of health agencies/associations/organizations? A) Governmental B) Quasi-governmental C) Non-governmental D) Corporations 2) The primary means of funding the work of a governmental health agency is through A) fees. B) dues. C) grants. D) tax dollars. 3) The primary means of funding the work of a.
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51) The National Commission for Health Education Credentialing has as its mission to, "improve the quality of health education practice through the establishment, implementation, and maintenance of a certification process for health education specialists." 52) The AAHE/SOPHE is the organization that provides oversight for the CHES credential. 53) The charter certification period.
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61) The mission of the American Academy of Health Behavior is to meet the needs of school health education specialists. 62) The Coalition of National Health Education Organizations, USA was created to provide a common voice for various health organizations. 63) To join any health professional organization all that is required is.
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21) Worksite health promotion programs are popular because employers want to A) seek more socially acceptable advertising. B) offer employees anything they want. C) increase productivity. D) make sure that employees are happy all the time. 22) Worksite health promotion programs have expanded due to all of the following EXCEPT A) changing demographic profiles in most.
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41) According to the authors, community health education specialists and public health education specialists have similar skill sets and compete for similar jobs. 42) Health departments may be organized by the city, county, state, or federal government. 43) More diversity in terms of job responsibilities exists in the community/public health education setting.
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31) ________'s mission is to enhance the professional practice of health education/promotion by promoting and sustaining a credentialed body of health education specialists. A) The National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. B) The Coalition of National Health Education Organizations, USA C) The International Union for Health Promotion and Education. D) The Directors of.
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31) In which of the following practice settings will health education most likely be used to help reduce health care costs? A) Schools & worksites B) Worksites & community/public health C) Community/public health & schools D) Worksites & health care 32) Between the years 2010 and 2040, the population over 80 is expected to grow.
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41) The principle of goodness is related to both beneficence and nonmaleficence. 42) Autonomy is one of the five basic principles that Thiroux states can be applied to human morality. 43) Ethical dilemmas arise from competing principles of ethics. 44) There exists only one recognized guide to making ethical decisions. 45) The system of.
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61) The statistical analysis of a research study is found in the methodology section of the article. 62) Indexes provide links to articles from many refereed journals, books, and research reports. 63) Summaries are book volumes that include short abstracts of research studies that have appeared in other journals. 64) Government publications include.
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1) The process whereby an individual or a professional preparation program meets specific established standards. A) Credentialing B) Accreditation C) Certification D) Licensure 2) The process by which an agency or government (usually a state) grants permission to individuals to practice a given profession by certifying that those individuals have attained specific standards of competence. A).
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1) Today's health education specialists are of increased need because A) the rate of information production remains constant. B) there is an increasing demand by the public for information. C) accessing information is not as important as it once was. D) credibility of online information is easily distinguishable. 2) Refereed/peer-reviewed journals that are only published.
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51) Controversy exists within the health education profession regarding the preparation of a "generic" health education specialist. 52) There is major agreement amongst health education specialists that the skills needed in educational settings are the same as those needed in a community program. 53) Many health education experts believe that the CHES.
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51) Members of the American School Health Association must be certified health education specialists. 52) The American Public Health Association is the largest professional organization for health educators. 53) The primary publication of the American College Health Association is Health Education Research. 54) The American College Health Association has subgroups referred to as.
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31) In 2009 there were fewer than 50,000 health education specialists employed in the United States. 32) Conducting health education in a variety of settings is important as it allows health education specialists to reach the greatest number of people in the most convenient, efficient, and effective ways possible. 33) The goals.
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31) Popular press publications are almost always guaranteed to contain authentic and accurate information. 32) A clear description of the study's design and location is important to note when critically reading a research article. 33) When evaluating the accuracy of nonresearch-based sources, the following statement is important to consider: New information is.
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1) Which of the following is not one of the four major settings in which health education specialists usually work? A) Community/public health agencies B) Hospitals/clinics C) Business/industry D) Insurance companies 2) Teaching school age children about health and health-related behaviors would most likely be done by someone with professional preparation in A) community/public health education. B).
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31) In the Health Belief Model, the threat of disease is made up of A) perceived susceptibility and severity. B) perceived blockades and barriers. C) perceived benefits and barriers. D) cues to action 32) The concept that identifies the feeling of competency to overcome perceived barriers to take action is referred to as ________. A) perceived.
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71) Administering health education grants is one of the seven major responsibilities of a health education specialist. 72) Assessing individual and community needs is one of the seven major responsibilities of a health education specialist. 73) Responsibility I involves assessing community needs and capacity. 74) Budgeting is one of the seven major responsibilities.
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31) Individual and collective resources that can be brought to bear for health enhancement are referred to as A) community empowerment. B) rule of sufficiency. C) capacity. D) scope. 32) In conducting a needs assessment, data that is already available such as that obtained from a literature review or the local health department is called A).
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