What COVID-19 can Tell Us About Educating The Next <br>Generation of Health Science Professionals

What COVID-19 can Tell Us About Educating The Next
Generation of Health Science Professionals

The COVID-19 pandemic and recent changes in the public health space are revealing crucial areas where we have to re-examine the way we educate health-care providers and make available pathological research. Advances in medical technology, reduced testing costs, and growing public awareness of health issues have all increased demand for medical services in both clinical…

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Digital Curriculum Leads to Better Lesson Plans

Digital Curriculum Leads to Better Lesson Plans

Education has traditionally taken place in physical classrooms, where educators and students can interface in person. But in recent years, online learning and the use of digital curriculum has become a popular option for education, letting individuals study from any place and at any time. Digital learning is a welcome development in modern education. A…

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Key Traits of Effective Health Education Curriculum

Key Traits of Effective Health Education Curriculum

Physically healthy people lead richer, more satisfying lives than their less healthy peers, according to a study by the U.S. government’s Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. That’s why health education is a primary component of any school or university’s general health science program.  A key objective of most health education curricula is to…

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