The Measurement of Understanding in Health Education
by Mabel E. Rugen & Dorothy Nyswander - 1946
There is considerable agreement in the literature with reference to the major objectives that should be attained through health education. The extent to which these objectives are attained is dependent on a number of factors. These include: the environmental conditions and public health procedures which influence the individual's surroundings, and the extent to which medical, dental, and other health services are actually available, as well as his own health practices, his attitudes, and his understanding.
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