Health Education Research Trends

Health Education Research Trends

The paper then discusses the emergence and value of mixed method approaches in health promotion research and outlines ... INTRODUCTION Health promotion and education can be described as both In : Health Education Research Trends ISBN ...

Author: Peter R. Hong

Publisher: Nova Publishers

ISBN: 1600218717

Category: Medical

Page: 272

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The field of health education is of prime importance in a rapidly changing world where computers and the internet make the possibilities almost limitless. The areas of dynamic impact include education and training of health professionals, patients, medical and other institutions of other higher learning, families of ill people, and the public at large. This book presents new and important issues in this field.
Categories: Medical

Handbook of Research on Adult and Community Health Education Tools Trends and Methodologies

Handbook of Research on Adult and Community Health Education  Tools  Trends  and Methodologies

Educational. Research. Narratives. of. Healing. Jennifer Lynne Bird Florida Atlantic University, USA Eric T. Wanner Florida Atlantic University, USA In research, statistics tell most of the story. A statistical test reveals a trend ...

Author: Wang, Victor C. X.

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781466662612

Category: Medical

Page: 485

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"This book presents educational and social science perspectives on the state of the healthcare industry and the information technologies surrounding it, offering a compilation of some of the latest cutting edge research on methods, programs, and procedures practiced by health literate societies"--Provided by publisher.
Categories: Medical

Public Policy Issues Research Trends

Public Policy Issues Research Trends

In regard to healthcare , the situation on the border epitomizes the preservation of poverty , as well as insufficient healthcare opportunities and education , determining a vicious cycle that is impossible to break unless there is a ...

Author: Sophie J. Evans

Publisher: Nova Publishers

ISBN: 1600218733

Category: Policy sciences

Page: 332

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In any society, governmental entities enact laws, make policies, and allocate resources. This is true at all levels. Public policy can be generally defined as a system of laws, regulatory measures, courses of action, and funding priorities concerning a given topic promulgated by a governmental entity or its representatives. Individuals and groups often attempt to shape public policy through education, advocacy, or mobilisation of interest groups. Shaping public policy is obviously different in Western-style democracies than in other forms of government. But it is reasonable to assume that the process always involves efforts by competing interest groups to influence policy makers in their favour. A major aspect of public policy is law. In a general sense, the law includes specific legislation and more broadly defined provisions of constitutional or international law. There are many ways that the law can influence how survivors of violence against women are treated and the types of services they receive.
Categories: Policy sciences

Science Education Research and Practice in East Asia Trends and Perspectives

Science Education Research and Practice in East Asia  Trends and Perspectives

(Continued) Symbol Category N % Examples T11 STS, STEM & Integrated Education 19 5.9 Fostering the Sixth Grade Students' ... methodology is the major research method in Taiwan and the trend is reaching almost 50% in recent ten years.

Author: Huann-shyang Lin

Publisher: Chi-Jui Lien

ISBN: 9781539468059


Page: 446

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This book is a collaborative product of an official project approved by the East-Asian Association for Science Education (EASE), one of the most important professional societies of science education in Asia. This EASE book is compiled with a unique approach. It consists of well-structured four sections: (A)The Historical Development of Science Education in East Asia, (B)The Achievements of Science Education Research in East Asia, (C)Science Teacher Training in East Asia, and (D)Some Challenges to Research in Science Education in East Asia. Its fifteen chapters are co-authored/collaborated by renowned scholars from regions of East Asia. The book successfully integrated and consolidated the research, findings, curricular developments, and science teaching practices that have shaped ongoing educational agenda and student learning outcome in an unprecedented approach. Six Regional Coordinators from Mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan worked together with Editors and more than fifty science educators to assure the book project adequately reflects the trends and practices in this region. The six Regional Coordinators are: (1)Prof. Weiping HU, Shaanxi Normal University, (2)Prof. Winnie SO Wing Mui, The Education University of Hong Kong, (3)Prof. Masakata OGAWA, Tokyo University of Science, (4)Prof. Jinwoong SONG, Seoul National University, (5)Prof. Huann-shyang LIN, National Sun Yat-sen University, (6)Prof. Chi-jui LIEN, National Taipei University of Education. This book intends not only to serve as references, but also a complement of existing perspectives from western countries. Insights gained from the integration and consolidation of East-Asian developmental trends and perspectives would allow science educators, teachers, and policy makers make wise decision for future advancements for their own countries/regions. 1. Why We Study the History of Science Education in East Asia: A Comparison of the Emergence of Science Education in China and Japan. 2. The Advent of Science Education for All: A Policy Review across East-Asian Regions. 3. Trend and Development of School Science Education in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Korea. 4. National/Regional Systems of Research Training in Science Education: The Experiences in Japan and Hong Kong. 5. Science Education Research Trends in East Asian Areas: A Quantitative Analysis in Selected Journals. 6. Current Trends of Science Education in East Asia (1995-2014): With a Focus on Local Academic Associations, Journal Papers, and Key Issues of Science Education in China Mainland, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan. 7. Diversity Dilemmas of Science Education in East Asia. 8. A Comparison of Elementary School Science Textbooks in East Asia. 9. Primary School Science Teacher Training in East-Asia: In the Continuous Reforming for the Quality Assurance. 10. Pre-service Education of High School Science Teachers. 11. Science Education Reform and the Professional Development of Science Teachers in East Asian Regions. 12. Affective Aspects of Science Education in East Asia Regions. 13. Science Learning in Informal Environments in East Asia: Focusing on Science Museums/Centers. 14. Introducing Modern Science and High Technology in Schools. 15. Government Policy in Developing a STEM Curriculum: The Case of the High-Scope Program in Taiwan.

Metabolic Syndrome Research Trends

Metabolic Syndrome Research Trends

... Shanghai , China ; Department of Health Promotion and Chronic Diseases Prevention , National Public Health ... impetus to conduct research concerning this syndrome [ 2 ] In : Metabolic Syndrome Research Trends ISBN : 978-1-60456-224-8.

Author: Thomas E. Batone

Publisher: Nova Publishers

ISBN: 1604562242

Category: Metabolic syndrome

Page: 274

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Since cardiovascular (heart and blood vessel) disease is the leading cause of death for adults in developed countries, many medical studies focus on treating or preventing heart disease and stroke. The metabolic syndrome, a collection of unhealthy body measurements and abnormal laboratory test results, may identify persons at high risk for developing cardiovascular disease. Aggressive lifestyle modification and possible use of medications to treat the conditions that make up the metabolic syndrome may reduce a person's chances of developing heart disease or stroke. This book presents the latest research in the field from around the world.
Categories: Metabolic syndrome

Cellular and Molecular Basis in Parasitic Diseases Control Research Trends

Cellular and Molecular Basis in Parasitic Diseases Control  Research Trends

... showing a declining trend of the human positive rate of intestinal nematodes from 2006 to 2013 (Chen and Zang, 2015). Over the years, the work of health education actively carried out by the Ministry of Health and periodic drug ...

Author: Qingfeng Zhang

Publisher: Frontiers Media SA

ISBN: 9782889760947

Category: Science

Page: 536

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Categories: Science

Health Education and Welfare Trends

Health  Education  and Welfare Trends

... construction of facilities , and support of research keeps pace with the growing needs of an expanding population ... One product of this effort was the preparation of the 1959 Edition of Health , Education , and Welfare Trends .

Author: United States. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare. Office of Program Analysis


ISBN: MINN:31951000421717N

Category: Education

Page: 104

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Categories: Education

Labor Health Education and Welfare Appropriations for 1956 Hearings Before the Subcommittee of 84 1 on H R 5046

Labor Health  Education  and Welfare Appropriations for 1956  Hearings Before the Subcommittee of       84 1 on H R  5046

For reporting legislative events , trends and developments from State legislatures . 4. Vocational education . 5. Combating letter and social illiteracy . 6. Publications and reports . First , consider research .

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Appropriations Committee


ISBN: STANFORD:36105045121568


Page: 1206

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National Library of Medicine Current Catalog

National Library of Medicine Current Catalog

New trends in health sciences education , research , and services : the McMaster experience / edited by J.F. Mustard ... Garg , Mohan L. , 1933- Clinical training and health care costs : a basic curriculum for medical education / Mohan ...

Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)


ISBN: MINN:31951M013754299

Category: Medicine


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Categories: Medicine