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Step by Step to Peer Health Education Programs A Planning Guide by Malcolm Goldsmith

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Published by Etr Assoc .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Education,
  • United States,
  • Health Education,
  • Health and hygiene,
  • Peer counseling of students,
  • Students

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages164
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8617420M
ISBN 101560715170
ISBN 109781560715177
OCLC/WorldCa35114998

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July , Peer Education Network. Introduction. The Peer Education Network (PEN) is a university-wide alliance and community of practice that seeks to elevate and streamline peer education efforts at the University of Cincinnati. PEN is UC’s centralized resource, information repository, and referral clearinghouse for peer education. peer education. They say that peer education is: Culturally appropriate “Peer education provides a means of delivering culturally sensitive messages from within.” Community-based “Peer education is a community-level intervention which supports and supplements other programs File Size: KB. The Teen PEP program provides a model for school-based comprehensive sexual health education both for its use of peer education and for the activity-based learning approach used to convey the information. In this program, high school students rechannel peer pressure, providing medically accurate, positive sexual health messages Cited by: Advocates for Youth’s Guide to Implementing TAP (Teens for AIDS Prevention): A Peer Education Program to Prevent HIV and STIis a step by step guide to implementing an HIV/STI prevention peer education program .

The following structured, step-by-step method was introduced in the handout “Recovery Strategies.”. This method can be used for solving problems caused by persistent symptoms and achieving goals by . PEER EDUCATION AND HIV/AIDS the same group. Peer education is often used to effect change at the individual level by attempting to modify a person’s knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, or behav-iours. However, peer education . This article describes a 5-step model of intervention research. From lessons learned in our work, we develop an outline of core activities in designing and developing social programs. Theorizing Peer-Related Health Interventions: A Two-Step Process. The literature on peer-related health interventions is largely atheoretical. Indeed, little research on peer interventions to promote health even mentions theory, let alone offers a cogent conceptualization of how peer-focused interventions impact health Cited by: