Enriching Professional Preparation in School Health through International Study

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Abstract

  • This article describes how to develop, market, implement, and evaluate an international health education travel study course. The experiences described reflect an international travel study tour of England and Scotland conducted by the authors with 25 undergraduate and graduate students. The trip enhanced both the appreciation and professional knowledge of the students of a variety of perspectives in the health area. International study provides unique opportunities for student development and contributes significantly to the quality of professional preparation of school health personnel. These experiences complement traditional professional preparation programs and can result in improved health instruction and health services in schools. 1985 American School Health Association
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  • O'Rourke TW; Macrina D
  • Start Page

  • 425
  • End Page

  • 427
  • Volume

  • 55
  • Issue

  • 10