44 notecards = 11 pages (4 cards per page)
Most health education interventions are designed to provide people with ______ in the hopes that they will change their ______.
Health educators can be effective in improving all of the following EXCEPT ______.
While our main tool is ______ the outcomes expected are most often ______.
Which of the following is NOT one of the Practice Settings for health education?
Obtaining information about a target population's perceived need can come from multiple sources, including all of the following EXCEPT:
In contrast to an objective, a goal:
Is written to include all aspects or components of a program.
We make the assumption that our needs assessment and interventions meet which of the following ethical criteria?
Protects participants' rights.
The words "explain" and "define" would be best suited for what type of objective?
Complete the following analogy: mind is to the cognitive domain as the heart is to ______ domain.
A systematic inspection and examination of the print media, often written by experts on the topic and published in the academic press is:
a review of the literature
______ are the experiences or activities that program participants are exposed to in order to meet the objectives.
What are the three levels of evaluation commonly used in health education program planning?
process, impact, and outcome
In the process of selecting the most appropriate educational method to use in a health education program, it is most important to do which of the following?
Consider the nature of the audience and the purpose of the program.
Objectives do all of the following except:
describe the broad extent of the program
How might a change in knowledge be assessed?
test or examination
Short term or one-session programs, if well conducted, can reasonably expect to achieve changes in this domain.
The primary elements or the building blocks of a theory are ______.
Perceived susceptibility is a factor in which of the following theories?
Health Belief Model
Exercising to achieve weight loss, prevent heart disease, and lower blood pressure could all be considered which component of the Health Belief Model?
In what stage of the Transtheoretical Model does a person actively plan to change?
Terry mentions that she has altered her after-school habits. She no longer hangs out at the ice cream shop, she now hangs out at a vegetarian coffee shop. As a result of this change, Terry has made some new friends who are committed to eating healthier foods; they have influenced her food choices. Which theoretical construct best explains the relationship between eating habits and environment?
Whereas Albert Bandura names the construct "self-efficacy" in his ______, Icek Ajzen refers to the same concept as "behavior control" in his ______.
Social Cognitive Theory, Theory of Planned Behavior
Knowledge alone is likely to be robust enough to cause behavior change.
Entry level health education competencies were first developed during teh 1980's.
Pedagogy is the art or profession of conducting health education.
To effectively accomplish the process of health education, health educators must learn to set meaningful, appropriate, and achievable goals and objectives.
Health educators practice in a variety of settings, including school health education, community health education, worksite health education, and patient health education.
As educators, we may have access to the best knowledge available, but unless we are skilled and effective deliverers of this information, the usefulness of our work is clearly compromised.
Ideally, community needs assessment includes assets as well as needs.
Focus groups collect demographics as well as other qualitative data.
An ecological model considers the intricate interaction among individuals as they relate to each other but it does not recognize community or societal factors.
Theories explain health behavior and suggest intervention strategies.
State reports on health status
Match each letter of the ABCDE Formula with its description.
One's opinion of the effectiveness of actions to reduce risk or seriousness of HBP.
Memory joggers that remind you to take your blood pressure when you visit the drug store.
Cues to Action
One's opinion of chances of getting HBP.
One's opinion of the hassle facotr of taking the actions to reduce risk and seriousness of HBP.
List two of the major professional organizations/associations connected with health education.
Name 4 academic disciplines form which health education draws.
What was the major goal of the Role Delineation Project, begun in 1978?
List 4 of the 7 major issues to be considered when selecting objectives and strategies/methods.
Explain the differences between process and outcome objectives, giving clear definitions of each.