IPH 2211: HEALTH EDUCATION AND PROMOTION 2 Past Paper

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JOMO KENYATTA UNIVERSITY
OF
AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY
University Examinations 2015/2016
EXAMINATIONS FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PUBLIC HEALTH
IPH 2211: HEALTH EDUCATION AND PROMOTION

DATE: AUGUST 2016 TIME: 2 HOURS
SECTION A: ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS (48 MARKS)

1) Define the following terms (6 marks)

i) Education
ii) Social mobilization
iii) Health extension
iv) Advocacy
v) Patient education
vi) Behavior change communication

2) Identify and give examples of six tertiary targets of health education
(6 marks)

3) i) Give 3 principles of participatory learning (3 marks)

ii) Identify 3 importance of Health Communication (3 marks)

4) Outline each of the following:

i) Principles of participatory learning (3 marks)

ii) Methods of participatory learning (3 marks)

5) Highlight:

i) Three levels of prevention (3 marks)

ii) 3 roles of health education (3 marks)

6) Describe the stages of change theory (6 marks)

7) List each of following;

i) 3 community health agencies (3 marks)
ii) 3 levels of programs in health assessment (3 marks)

8) Identify each of the following;

i) Four major components of health belief model (4 marks)

ii) Two mediating factors in health belief model (2 marks)

SECTION B: 22 MARKS (ANSWER ONLY ONE QUESTION)

9) i) Giving examples discuss six principles of planning health education (12 marks)

ii) Counseling is one of the Health education and promotion approaches. Explain 3 stages of counseling by Gerald Egan
(10 marks)

10) i) Define prevention and discuss primary, secondary and tertiary prevention (10 marks)

ii) Discuss the steps of planning health education (12 marks)

11) i) Explain four reasons for acting ethically (8 marks)

ii) Health counseling is a brief intervention used to address, psychological, social issues related to chronic illness in a health care setting. Discuss the characteristics of an effective counselor or therapist (14 marks)

 

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