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Kinesiology Chapters 6 and 7
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The process whereby an individual or a professional preparation program meets specific established standards.
The process by which an agency or government (usually a state) grants permission to individuals to practice a given profession by certifying that those individuals have attained specific standards of competence.
The process by which a recognized professional body evaluates an entire college or university professional preparation program.
A process by which a professional organization grants recognition to an individual who, upon completion of a competency-based curriculum, can demonstrate a predetermined standard of performance.
Health education specialists typically receive what type of credential upon completion of a national exam?
Once a health education specialist is certified, which set of initials may be used after one's name and academic degree?
Those health education specialists who receive advanced certification may use which initials after their name and academic degree?
During which decade did the role delineation project begin?
The health education specialist most responsible for initiating the Role Delineation Project that eventually led to certification of health educators was
A conference held in February, 1978, to determine the function of health educators practicing in different settings was the
Bethesda Conference on Commonalities and Differences.
The first official group that oversaw the Role Delineation Project and eventually a credentialing system for health educators was the
National Task Force on the Preparation and Practice of Health Educators.
At this conference, participants were divided into five groups and asked to respond to several predetermined questions. Results were that four of the five groups favored some type of certification for individuals and some form of credentialing for professional preparation programs.
Second Bethesda Conference
Which of the following groups was hired to develop the initial health education certification exam?
Professional Examination Service
Which of the following was established to continue the work of the National Task Force and establish a more permanent structure to coordinate and oversee the certification process?
National Commission for Health Education Credentialing
In order for an individual to sit for the CHES exam, one must demonstrate all of the following EXCEPT
possess a minimum of three years of experience working as a health education specialist
The 1992 Joint Committee for Graduate Standards was established by the
American Association of Health Educators.
A project conducted to reverify the competencies and sub-competencies of a health educator is known as the
Competencies Update Project (CUP).
The Competencies Update Project (CUP) was initiated to
reverify the initial competencies and sub-competencies of a health educator.
What was the name of the study conducted in order to update the health education competencies that had been most recently revised in 2005 by the CUP project?
Health Education Job Analysis 2010
Health education programs that are affiliated with a college of education and train students for positions in school health would most likely be accredited through the
National Commission for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).
Schools of public health, public health programs in non-schools of public health, and master's degree programs in community health education may be accredited by the
Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).
Undergraduate programs in school or community health may obtain accreditation/approval through the
Society of Public Health Education and the Association for the Advancement of Health Education (SOPHE/AAHE).
Which of the following is not one of the seven major responsibilities of a health education specialist as identified in the competency-based framework?
Developing computer programs
The hierarchy of skills from broad to specific in the competency-based framework is
responsibilities, competencies, and sub-competencies.
Individual and collective resources that can be brought to bear for health enhancement are referred to as
In conducting a needs assessment, data that is already available such as that obtained from a literature review or the local health department is called
In conducting a needs assessment, data that is generated by the health educator via focus groups or surveys is called
An important aspect of planning effective health education programs is to examine the
Rule of Sufficiency.
multitasking refers to
The skill of coordinating the completion of multiple health projects at the same time.
Services that can be used by health education specialists to connect people with similar health interests are referred to as
1. Which of the following is not one of the four major settings in which health education specialists usually work?
2. Teaching school age children about health and health-related behaviors would most likely be done by someone with professional preparation in
school health education.
3. The best place to influence positive health-related change in the lives of youth and to reach both health and education goals is through health education efforts in which setting?
4. The initial impetus for school health stemmed from the terrible epidemics of the 1800s and the efforts of the
Women's Christian Temperance Movement
5. In addition to providing classroom instruction, the school health education specialist should also take a leadership role in the development of
school health policies.
6. When comparing health education in the 1920s with the 1990s it is obvious that
the level of sophistication has increased over time.
7. "An integrated set of planned, sequential, school-affiliated strategies, activities, and services designed to promote the optimal physical, emotional, social, and educational development of students" best describes
a coordinated school health program.
8. Each of the following is a National Health Education Standard EXCEPT
act as a resource person to enhance health.
9. Which of the following are created by concerned citizens to deal with health needs not met by governmental agencies?
Voluntary health agencies
10. All of the following are voluntary health agencies EXCEPT
the Food and Drug Administration.
11. Which of the following are official governmental health agencies usually financed through public tax moneys.
Public health agencies
12. A disadvantage to working in voluntary health agencies is that
volunteers may not demonstrate the same level of commitment as paid employees.
13. "Healthy People in Healthy Communities" is the vision for
Healthy People 2010.
14. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in 2003 ________ percent of employers with 50 or more employees offered at least one health promotion activity.
15. Worksites have become interested in offering employees health education programs for all of the following reasons EXCEPT
the increased availability of health education specialists skilled in offering services in this setting.
16. According to the Wellness Councils of America, the benefits of worksite health promotion programs
are no longer a matter of speculation—they have been proven.
17. Which of the following is typically not considered a disadvantage of working as a health education specialist at a worksite setting?
18. Peabody and Linnan (2007) recommend that those wanting careers in the worksite setting consider getting one of the following combinations of degrees
health promotion and nutrition sciences.
19. Which of the following health care settings have been most receptive to hiring health education specialists?
Health maintenance organizations (HMOs)
21. A major barrier that has prevented health education specialists from being used extensively in patient education is
a lack of reimbursement for health education services from insurance companies.
22. Which of the following is not a typical job responsibility for a health education specialists in a university health service or wellness center?
23. According to the text, one of the best ways to initiate a career in international health is to
join the Peace Corps.
24. Which health education setting requires health education specialists to acquire a diverse set of skills and be adaptable?
25. Establishing and maintaining a wide range of contacts in the field that may be of help when looking for a job and in carrying out one's job responsibilities once hired. This is known as
26. A body of evidence that enables students to demonstrate to prospective employers mastery of desired course or program outcomes is known as a
27. All of the following are recommended when trying to land that first job EXCEPT
limiting a job search to one or two key employers.
28. Which of the following is seen is the most important aspect in the job search?
29. New professionals wishing to seek jobs in health education should
be careful of what is placed on social networking websites.
What does Part 2 of the career field education and trying plan (CFETP) not provide?
What are the major human body systems?
What does the client-centered approach result in?
What is the isolated function of the quadriceps muscle group?
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