Publishers have many books on teaching and learning methods for health education/health promotion focusing on patients, families, and communities, or, more specifically, to develop needs and assessment capacity. We have not found any book specifically for lecturers teaching health promotion for undergraduate students or postgraduate studies in the courses of the health professions. This book is about teaching and learning health promotion in the health professions undergraduate and postgraduate courses as well as other professions. It is suitable for related fields as Architecture, Urban Planning, Social Protection, Public Policy, International Affairs, Demography, etc. This book intends to share analytically what teaching methodologies we university lecturers from different countries use in our health promotion classes and other educational scenarios. This book opens dialogue with faculty from five continents of the world (25 countries) who are authors of the chapters published here mediated by the 12 editors who are from Brazil, Belgium, Canada, Israel, New Zealand, the UK, and Taiwan. Readers will be provided with real-world examples of empowering, participatory, holistic, intersectoral, equitable, and sustainable teaching/learning strategies that aim to improve health and reduce health inequities. At the end of each chapter, you will find "Take-Home Messages" that reinforce the Handbook character and offer you six triggering questions for dialogue and reflection on the book's theme.
|Title of host publication||International Handbook of Teaching and Learning in Health Promotion|
|Subtitle of host publication||Practices and Reflections from Around the World|
|Publisher||Springer International Publishing|
|Number of pages||7|
|State||Published - 22 Jun 2022|
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- Graduate courses
- Health education
- Health promotion
- Teaching and learning
- Undergraduate courses
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Medicine (all)
- Social Sciences (all)