The Role Of The Health Promotion Project

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process. The role of a learner is active and responsible, and forms an alliance with an educator to achieve the goal of self-care. Therapeutic alliance between the learner and presenter is an important component of the behavior change process, because there is a moderate but consistent positive relationship between learner ratings of the therapeutic alliance and outcome (Connors et al., 2016). To maximize learning outcomes in this educational project, the educator implemented the element of the learner satisfaction by paying extra attention to every single member of the group. Each participant received positive reinforcement in response to the learned objectives, active involvement in the group discussion, or for asking the questions regarding …show more content…
Act in Time, published on the website of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) (National Institute of Health, n.d.). “The number of people using Internet to obtain information about their health issues increases as the Pew Research Center pointed out that 80% of the Internet users have searched online for health information in 2013” (Acar, et al., 2014). This video reflects the current standards of practice and is easily accessible from the NIH website under the stroke material: videos, television, and radio public service announcements. The content of this video is objective, easy to understand and follow. The authenticity of this video was supported by the fact that it contains the stories told by the people who have successfully recovered from a stroke thanks to applying to the rules promoted in this material. There are no medical terms or any other descriptive term that would be sensitive to people with different cultural background. This video provides the website address and the phone number where the viewers can find more information about the …show more content…
The evaluation tool consisted of 11 questions regarding the quality of speaker’s performance, degree to which the objectives were met, sufficiency of time allowed to fill out the checklist, the relevance and usefulness of content of video, effectiveness and appropriateness of other visual means, rate of knowledge about stroke and stroke symptoms, and overall quality of stroke presentation. The participants also were asked if their questions were answered clearly and effectively, and if they had any suggestions to improve the provided presentation. The five-point rating scale was used to evaluate each question indicating the extent to which the participant agree or disagree with each

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