health educator

health educator

An individual professionally trained to instruct clients, families, or students about health-related topics, such as the diagnosis or the care of people with specific diseases or conditions.
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As Ted Outwater, a public health educator in the NIEHS Division of Extramural Research and Training, concluded, "We're into this because we view workers as our first line of environmental defense."
A Health Educator's ultimate responsibility is to educate people for the purpose of promoting, maintaining, and improving individual, family, and community health.
Also, a Health Educator, Mrs Kowiu Kazeem, said she would go into the community to sensitise the women so that they could take the opportunity to get screened.
As a student, Hannah worked at AU's Health Promotion and Advocacy Center as a Peer Health Educator, where she provided presentations on a variety of health topics to college students.
Speakers will include Greg Scott, Oklahoma Conservation Commission soil scientist; Blane Stack, Oklahoma Conservation Commission soil health educator; and local farmers Oscar Nelson and Paul Brown.
A graduate of Western Carolina University, Black was a longtime worker at North Carolina's Mecklenburg County Health Department, serving as a health educator, director and producer of films for almost 30 years and later as a public information officer.
Synopsis: Debbie Barr is a speaker, health educator, and the author of multiple books, including Keeping Love Alive As Memory Fades (which she coauthored with Gary Chapman).
As per detail, Mr Qalander Ali Mohsin, male health educator has been appointed on a female post of health educator in the PHNS by the health department.
On the second day, there were a number of lectures and workshops, including one on male breast cancer, presented by Dr Hadi Oborshid, health educator at QCS.
Violet Shelton volunteered as a Kidney Health Educator on Kidney Action Day held in downtown Chicago.
* Develop and deliver an experience where health educators are given the opportunity to advocate to one another about the importance of engaging in advocacy as a health educator.
What we can now say is that text messaging services that allow teens to reach out to a health educator can be an effective option to get critical information into the hands of those who may need it most."

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