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eBook The Paradigm Shift in Health: Towards a Quantum Understanding of the Role of Consciousness in Health Promotion and Education ePub

eBook The Paradigm Shift in Health: Towards a Quantum Understanding of the Role of Consciousness in Health Promotion and Education ePub

by Ronald S. Laura

  • ISBN: 0761845569
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Ronald S. Laura
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University Press of America (March 31, 2009)
  • Pages: 234
  • ePub book: 1339 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1794 kb
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Ronald S. Laura, Amy Chapman. The authors of this book show that the failure of public health arises, not from a failure of contemporary medicine, but from a failure of the philosophical assumptions upon which it rests

Ronald S. The authors of this book show that the failure of public health arises, not from a failure of contemporary medicine, but from a failure of the philosophical assumptions upon which it rests.

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International Union for Health Promotion and Education (2009), " Toward .

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The concept of health holds different meanings for different people and groups. The 1970s was a time of focusing on the prevention of disease and illness by emphasising the importance of the lifestyle and behaviour of the individual. These meanings of health have also changed overtime. This change is no more evident than in Western society today, when notions of health and health promotion are being challenged and expanded in new ways. B - Definition of health in medical terms. Specific behaviours which were seen to increase risk of disease, such as smoking, lack of fitness and unhealthy eating habits, were targeted.

Psychological risks to the health and development of a child in an education institution are usually defined as a.

Psychological risks to the health and development of a child in an education institution are usually defined as a more or less direct threat of negative consequences resulting from the influence of various environmental and microenvironmental factors, one of the most significant of which is a rather hostile social environment which a person is exposed to since childhood. One of the major risk factors in preschool educational institutions is the emotionally denying type of interaction between the child, and the teacher and other children

The authors of this book show that the failure of public health arises, not from a failure of contemporary medicine, but from a failure of the philosophical assumptions upon which it rests. They suggest an alternative approach to health care that derives from a ecological and holistic philosophy of nature.