Public Health Promotion

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Public health educators use many methods of promoting health for example through health media campaigns around nutrition and people eating habits. Basing on the targeted population, health educators may decide to use either of the four types of media for example billboards, newspapers, radio, and poster advertisements. However, as public health educators create public health media campaigns around nutrition and individuals eating habits can potentially have both positive and unintended negative effects. Seemingly, health educators they perform the above with the sole aim of preventing of diseases for example obesity basing on the points of intervention for example: primary care which involves the activities we think of before somebody fells …show more content…
It’s of great importance for people to engage themselves in light body physical activities for example jogging for few minutes, run for few minutes but constantly or even walking be it around the building, or in the field it helps a lot in terms of preventing many diseases like the coronary heart disease, stroke, colon cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, and obesity (Wray, Jupka, & Ludwig-Bell, 2005).The best way on how to reach the targeted population to promote the walking campaign is through billboards, newspapers, radio and more so poster advertisements. The methods employed by the researcher during the study were influential, program design and pretesting, execution and lastly effect valuation. In the study that was carried in St Joseph the total number of participants were (N=297) the aim of the study was to determine the campaign …show more content…
Most of the non- communicable diseases are on rampant globally because of old age, ignorant and low income thus failing to feed on a balanced diet, luxurious lifestyles, and language barriers and failing to engage in body physical activities. The outcome of the study implied that mass media campaigns are more likely to promote physical activities like walking but may not contribute to cut down on inactive activities and promoting required body physical performance. The people from low income countries who cannot afford to access most of the media campaign types miss out on getting the intended goals of the educators on nutrition and eating habits (Abioye, Hajifathalian, & Danaei,

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