• Health Educators
  • Human Services
  • Health educators provide and manage health education programs that help individuals, families, and communities maximize and maintain healthy lifestyles. They may collect and analyze data to identify community needs before planning, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating programs.

    What do they typically do

    • Assess needs of people and communities they serve
    • Develop programs and events to teach people about health topics and how to cope with or manage existing health conditions
    • Develop and maintain cooperative working relationships with agencies and organizations interested in public health care
    • Evaluate effectiveness of programs and educational materials
    • Help people find health services or information
    • Provide training programs for other health professionals or community health workers
    • Document activities and record information, such as the numbers of applications completed, presentations conducted, and persons assisted
    • Advocate for improved health resources and policies that promote health

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