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MyHealth: An Outcomes Approachgives you the tools you need to succeed. Student learning outcomes provide concrete learning goals, and the modular organization ensures that you spend your study time efficiently while receiving constant feedback. This book will make the Personal Health course more rewarding for you. The organization of the book into modules gives you a structure for learning and studying that you can customize to fit your particular time constraints. Learning outcomes and "Check Yourself" review questions tied to these outcomes are part of each module, so you can learn the information and then test your understanding right away, giving you immediate feedback on your progress.
Rebecca Donatelle is an Associate Professor in Public Health and is the Coordinator of the Public Health Promotion and Education Programs in the College of Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University. She has a Ph.D. in Community Health/Health Education, a Master of Science degree in Health Education, and a Bachelor of Science degree with majors in both Health/Physical Education and English. She is also a Certified Health Education Specialist in behaviors and behavior change. She has received the Leadership Award, outstanding teacher award in her college, and a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Presidential Award for Promising New Research in the Smoke-Free Families National Initiative.
Table of Contents
1. Healthy Change
2. Psychosocial Health
4. Relationships and Sexuality
5. Reproductive Choices
6. Addiction and Drug Abuse
7. Alcohol and Tobacco
9. Weight Management and Body Image
11. CVD, Cancer, and Diabetes
12. Infectious Conditions
13. Violence and Unintentional Injuries
14. Environmental Health
15. Consumerism and Complementary and Alternative Medicine