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TitleHealth Education approaches in school textbooks of 14 countries: biomedical model versus health promotion
Author(s)Carvalho, Graça Simões de
Dantas, Catarina
Rauma, Anna-Liisa
Luzi, Daniela
Geier, Christine
Caussidier, Claude
Berger, Dominique
Clément, Pierre
KeywordsHealth education
Health promotion
Comparative study
Textbooks
Educação para a saúde
Manuais escolares
Issue dateFeb-2007
PublisherInternational Organisation for Science and Technology Education (IOSTE)
CitationIn INTERNATIONAL MEETING ON CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF SCHOOL SCIENCE TEXTBOOKS, 7, Hammamet, Tunisia, 2007 – “International meeting on critcal analysis of school science textbooks” [CD-ROM]. [S.l. : IOSTE, 2007].
Abstract(s)Classically, Health Education has been based in the Biomedical Model (BM) of Health, where the pathologic, Curative and Preventive conceptions are its main pillars. The more recent approach of Health Promotion (HP) looks for identification of Healthy habits, develop empowerment for healthy decision-making towards environmental challenges. The aim of the present study was to compare the emphases on either model (BM or HP) given by textbooks on the topic of Health Education of 14 countries. Results showed that the countries with higher percentage of BM approach were France (99.2%), Malta (98.5%) and Italy (91.0%) whereas the countries showing more tendency for the HP approach were Germany (64.6%), Morocco (51.0%) and Finland (50.1%).
TypeConference paper
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/6418
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
Appears in Collections:CIEC - Textos em atas
DCILM - Livros de Actas

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