Area of Responsibility VI

MEDLINE
A DATABASE THAT CONTAINS PRIMARY MEDICAL AND EDUCATIONAL JOURNALS. FREE ACCESS
CINAHL

MEANING CUMMULATIVE INDEX FOR NURSING AND ALLIED HEALTH LITERATURE. 

DATABASE FOR HEALTH EDUCATION INFORMATION INDEXS, MAJOR HEALTH ED. JOURNALS AND JOURNALS FROM NURSING.

HaPI

 (HEALTH AND PSYCHOSOCIAL INSTRUMENTS)

DATABASE COLLECTS RATING SCALES, QUESTIONAIRES, CHECKLISTS, TESTS, INTERVIEW SCHEDULES AND CODING SCHEMES/MANUAL FOR HEALTH AND SOCIAL SCIENCES. 

CHID

(COMBINED HEALTH INFORMATION DATABASE) HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAMS IN PROGRESS.

DATABASE PRODUCED THROUGH COMBINE EFFORTS OF SEVERAL FEDERAL AGENCIES ORGANIZED BY (NIH AND HRSA).

ERIC

EDUCATION RESOURCE INFORMATION CENTER

DATABASE CONTAINS JOURNALS RELATED TO SCHOOL HEALTH, SCHOOL AGED CHILDREN, AND EDUCATION IN ITS BROADEST SENSE

HEDIR
(INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONIC MAIL DIRECTORY OF HEALTH EDUCATION SPECIALISTS) ELECTRONIC MAILING LIST
INTERNAL CONSULTANT

(INFORMALLY ADVISING COLLEAGUES WITHIN AN AGENCY)

AS AN INTERANAL CONSULTANT, THE HEALTH EDUCATOR ACTS AS A RESOURCE PERSON RESPONDS TO INFORMATION REQUESTS AND ORGANIZES MATERIALS

EXTERNAL CONSULTANT

(OUTSIDE OF THE AGENCY, MORE FORMAL)

REQUIRES A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE CONSULTANT AND THE CLIENT, AND SERVICES PROVIDED ARE MORE TECHNICAL OR PROCESS ORIENTED

WEB SITE PURPOSE
 INTENTION OF THE SITE CONSISTANT WITH INSTITUTIONAL AFFILIATION AND AUTHOR CREDENTIALS
DOMAIN NAME
THE URL ENDS IN .ORG, .GOV, OR .EDU, OFFERS MORE VALID INFORMATION
PRIORITY POPULATION
CONTENT OF THE WEB SITE IS APPROPRIATE FOR THE AUDIENCE WHETHER CONSUMER OR PROFESSIONAL OR BOTH
SITE’S APPROPRIATENESS
REVIEW OF SOURCES AND TIMELINESS OF INFORMATION
SITES ACCURACY
CONTENT OF THE SITE IS BACKED BY EMPIRICAL RESEARCH OR FACTS AND VERIFIED BY EXPERT OPINION.; REFERANCES ARE AVAILABLE FOR STATISTICS AND INFORMATION
SITE’S ADEQUACY
DETERMINE IF SITES RESEARCH WAS CONDUCTED INDEPENDENTLY
SITES CURRENCY
HEALTH INFORMATION CHANGES CONSTANTLY; DATA UPDATED REGULARLY
READABILITY
READING LEVEL OF THE CONTENT OF THE SITE IS ACCEPTABLE TO AUDIENCE
REPUTABLE AFFILIATIONS
TYPE OF ORGANIZATIONS SPONSORING THE SITE; MATERIALS BEING PUBLISHED CONSISTANT WITH THE AGENCY’S MISSION
AUTHOR/ADMINISTRATIVE NAMES
QUALIFIED PEOPLE WRITING THE INFORMATION POSTED (PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS)
AUTHOR CONTACT INFORMATION
;A MAILING ADDRESS, PHONE, FAX OR E-MAIL INFORMATION AVAILABLE ON THE SITE
FORMAL CONSULTING

-ASSESSMENT OF CLIENTS NEEDS

-REPORTS FOR SUGGESTIONS FOR ACTIONS

-IMPLEMENTATION OF AGREED-UPON ACTIONS

-EVALUATION OF THE SUGGESTED ACTIONS

-FINAL REPORTING OF RESULTS

GEM

( THE GATEWAY TO EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS)

;WEB SITE THAT PROVIDES EDUCATORS WITH QUICK AND EASY ACCESS TO THOUSANDS OF EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES FOUND ON FEDERAL, STATE, UNIVERSITY, NONPROFIT, AND COMMERCIAL INTERNET SITES

HRSA
(HEALTH RESOURCES AND SERVICES ADMINISTRATION) OF THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, PROVIDES A WIDE VARIETY OF HEALTH EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS FREE OF CHARGE.
NATIONAL HEALTH INFORMATION CENTER
OFFERS A REFERRAL SOURCE FOR HEALTH INFORMATION AND HAS A HEALTH INFORMATION RESOURCE DATABASE
PRIMARY DATA SOURCES

;PUBLICATIONS OF DESCRIPTIONS OF RESEARCH STUDIES OR DATA WRITTEN BY THE

INDIVIDUAL(S); WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE STUDIES

SECONDARY DATA SOURCES
;PUBLICATIONS OF RESEARCH STUDIES OR DATA WRITTEN BY AN INDIVIDUAL WHO DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN THOSE STUDIES.
TERTIARY DATA SOURCES
;PUBLICATIONS SUCH AS ENCYLOPEDIAS OR OTHER COMPENDIA THAT SUM UP SECONDARY AND PRIMARY SOURCES. EXAMPLE-PAMPHLETS
HEALTH LITERACY INCLUDES FOUR CONCEPTS

1.; CULTUAL AND CONCEPTUAL KNOWLEDGE

2.; ORAL LITERACY;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

3.; PRINT LITERACY;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

4.; NUMERACY;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

ORAL LITERACY
TERMS OF LISTENING AND SPEAKING
PRINT LITERACY
;TERMS OF WRITING AND READING
HEALTH NUMERACY
ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND NUMBERS, WHICH AFFECT INDIVIDUALS HEALTH CARE DECISIONS AND BEHAVIORS. EXAMPLE USING A PHYSICAL ITEM TO REPRESENT QUANTITY( FIST FOR FRUITS)
MEDLINEPLUS
;NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINES WEB SITE FOR CONSUMER INFORMATION. INCLUDES HEALTH TOPICS, MEDICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA, HEALTH TUTORIALS, AND HEALTH NEWS
HEALTHFINDER
;DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICE WEB SITE FOR CONSUMER ACCESS TO INFORMATION FROM GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES AND PARTNERS.; LINKS TO JOURNALS, MEDICAL DICTIONARIES AND PREVENTION AND SELF-CARE
HEALTH ON THE NET(HON)
;NON-PROFIT MEDICAL INFORMATION PORTAL THAT LINKS TO RELIABLE AND TRUSTWORTHY MEDICAL SITES ON THE INTERNET
EVIDENCE BASED INTERVENTIONS FOUND ON THE WEB

1.; NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE’S(NCI)

2.  DIFFUSION OF EFFECTIVE BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS(DEBIS) FOR HIV PROGRAMS

3.  SAMSHA’S GUIDE TO EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICES

4.; NATIONAL REGISTRY OF EVIDENCED BASED PROGRAMS AND PRACTICES

HEALTHPROM
;ELECTRONIC MAILING LISTS
ERIC
;EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE INFORMATION CENTER-DATABASE CONTAINS JOURNALS RELATED TO SCHOOL HEALTH, SCHOOL AGED CHILDREN, AND EDUCATION IN ITS BROADEST SENSE
CINAHL
CUMMULATIVE INDEX FOR NURSING AND ALLIED HEALTH LITERATURE- DATABASE FOR HEALTH EDUCATION INFORMATION INDEXES, JOURNALS FROM NURSING AND OTHER DISCIPLINES
EBMR
EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE REVIEWS- COLLECTION OF DATABASES THAT OFFERS EVIDENCE BASED STRATEGIES, PROGRAMS AND MEDICINE
PSYCINFO
;DATABASE INCLUDES A SUMMARY OF JOURNAL ARTICLES, BOOKS, DISSERTATIONS AND TECHNICAL REPORTS FROM PROFESSIONAL AND LITERATURE IN PSYCHOLOGY
HEALTH LITERACY
EXTENT TO WHICH INDIVIDUALS HAVE THE ABILITY TO OBTAIN, PROCESS AND UNDERSTAND BASIC HEALTH INFORMATION AND HEALTH CARE SERVICES TO MAKE APPROPRIATE HEALTH DECISIONS.;
CONSEQUENCES OF POOR HEALTH LITERACY

;1.; INAPPROPRIATE OR NO USAGE OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES

2.;NO USAGE OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES

3.; IMPROPER USE OF MEDICINES

4.; POOR HEALTH OUTCOMES, OR POOR SELF-MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC CONDITIONS

RESOURCES HEALTH EDUCATIONAL SPECIALISTS USE FOR THOSE INDIVIDUALS WITH LOWER LITERACY

1. SIMPLE LANGUAGE AND HAVE SHORT SENTENCES

2.; DEFINE MEDICAL OR TECHNICAL TERMS

3.; SUPPLEMENT THE EDUCATIONAL WITH OTHER MATERIALS SUCH AS VIDEOS AND PICTURES

SMOG
SIMPLE MEASURE OF GOBBLEDYGOOK
CONSIDERATIONS FOR SELECTING THE PRIORITY POPULATION

1.; WHO WILL BENFIT MOST FROM THE TRAINING OR HAS UNMET NEEDS FOR KNOWLEDGE AN SKILLS;;;;;

2.; WHO ARE TH PRIMARY STAKEHOLDERS;;;;;;;;;;;;

3.; WHICH GROUP HAS THE GREATEST IMPACT ON THE ORGANIZATION AFTER RECEIVING TRAINING

DEFINE PARAMETERS OF EFFECTIVE CONSULTATION RELATIONSHIPS
;HEALTH EDUCATION SPECIALISTS WORK AS A LIAISON BETWEEN INDIVIDUALS IN SYSTEMS, SUCH AS THE LOCAL OR STATE HEALTH DEPARTMENT, VOLUNTARY HEALTH AGENCIES OR HEALTH CARE FACILITIES

BLOOM’S TAXONOMY

LEVELS FROM LOWEST TO HIGHEST

1.  KNOWLEDGE-RECALL INFO                           

2. COMPREHENSION-UNDERSTAND INFO            

3.  APPLICATION-APPLY                                     

 4.  ANAYSIS-IDENTIFY AND ANALYZE                  

5.  SYNTHESIS-CREATE                                     

6. EVALUATION-EVALUATE                                

IDENTIFY CATEGORIES OF LEARNING IN GAGNE’S THEORY

A.;VERBAL INFORMATION

B. COGNITIVE STRATEGIES

C. INTELLECTUAL SKILLS

D. MOTOR SKILLS

E. ATTITUDES

NINE EVENTS IN GAGNE’S THEORY

1.  GAIN ATTENTION

2. INFORM LEARNERS OF OBJECTIVES

3.  BUILD ON PRIOR KNOWLEDGE

4.  PRESENT STIMULUS  5. PROVIDE GUIDANCE

6. ELICIT PERFORMANCE  7.  PROVIDE FEEDBACK

8. ASSESS PERFORMANCE

9. ENHANCE RETENTION AND TRANSFER

ARCS
ATTENTION, RELEVANCE, CONFIDENCE, SATISFACTION- MOTIVATION MODEL
CAUSES OF MOTIVATION MAY BE EITHER____OR_______
EXTRINSIC(EXTERNAL TO THE LEARNER) OR INTRINSIC(INTERNAL TO THE LEARNER
MASLOW’S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS

1.PHYSIOLOGICAL NEEDS- FOOD,WATER,WARMTH

2.; SAFTY NEEDS-SECURITY AND SAFETY

3. NEEDS OF LOVE-SENSE OF BELONGING

4. ESTEEM-STATUS, ACHIEVEMENT

5. SELF ACTUALIZATION-PERSONAL FULFILLMENT

INDIVIDUALS WITH LOWER LITERACY TEND TO____.
READ SLOWLY, TAKE WORDS LITERALLY, SKIP WORDS THEY DO NOT KNOW, SHORT ATTENTION SPANS, HIDE ABILITIES TO READ